Episode 995: Neville Southall – Everton Legend, Online Sensation and Scourge Of The Tories, Ronaldo No, Kev’s Dad-Bod, Neymar’s Privileges
Neville Southall is one of the greatest goalkeepers in British football history. He was Football Writers’ Player of the Year in 1985, won the league with Everton, and will forever be a legend at that club.
In recent months, he’s become something more though – an online hero of the Left, for his remorseless assaults on the Conservatives, and an openness and curiosity on Twitter which makes him almost unique on that particular social medium. We speak to him on the show today.
Anyway I hate the fucking Tories
— Neville Southall (@NevilleSouthall) October 19, 2017
Plus in Ken’s Report on Sport, we cover the Irish starlet who so impressed Kevin de Bruyne this week, Ronaldo’s latest gong, Edris Elba’s loungewear, Neymar’s special privileges, and our Copenhagen travel correspondent returns.
‘You want MY shirt?!’
Wolves’ Connor Ronan looked stunned when Kevin De Bruyne asked to swap shirts.
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) October 26, 2017
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