A quirky football show in which I, Dr. Grant Campbell, talk to people from the world of football and entertainment about their time in the game and ask them to share stories.
This podcast will host plenty of wild football predictions as well as interesting stories from a diverse range of guests within football such as grassroots, media and journalism, ex-professionals and football fans.
Contributions, shout outs and conversations encouraged!
"The Only Podcast where bad predictions are cancelled out by good craic"!
In Association with Toby Johnson and Rory Hope Music
Billie Joe Burns
Billie Joe Burns
Crusaders icon and current Glenavon centre half Colin Coates joins me on Campbell's Footballs to discuss his time in the Irish League. We discuss starting out at the Crues, opening up against Chimney Corner before announcing himself on the scene during the 2009 Irish Cup final against Cliftonville. A key moment in Coates' journey came in Crusaders Setanta Cup final win over Derry City. On the show, Colin talks about his double and penalty in the shootout which helped seal history. We talk about league success with the Crues, battles with Linfield and Coleraine and working under Steven Baxter.
Colin moved to join Glenavon in the summer and we finish up by chatting about the Lurgan Blues, Gary Hamilton and working again with teammate Sean Ward.
An interesting chat from a leader, winner and legend.
In associaiton with Toby Johnson and Rory Hope Music.
Adrian Clarke is my latest guest for this episode of Campbell's Footballs. On the show we talk about how he was influenced by the England team from 1990 including Chris Waddle and others. We then discuss life at the Gunners and how people like Ian Wright, Ray Parlour and John Hartson made him feel welcome at the club. We talk about moving from Arsenal to Southend and then Stevenage before discussing how Adrian got into the media and broadcasting game. Adrian is a contributor to a range of Podcasts and other platforms and on the show he talks about his relationship with Alan Brazil at talkSPORT and James Richardson from the Totally Football Show Podcast series. A fascinating chat. In association with Toby Johnson and Rory Hope Music.
Former Watford and Brentford goalkeeper Richard Lee joins me for a short Monday morning episode of the Campbell's Footballs podcast. On the show we chat about Richard's time at the Hornets and the Bees and discuss his very successful podcast: The Goalkeeper's Union Podcast.
Declan Devine, the manager of Derry City Football Club, joins me for this latest episode of Campbell's Footballs. On the show we talk about Declan's playing days as a goalkeeper, as he enjoyed an interesting career in Northern and Southern Ireland. We then move onto life in management and his love affair with the Candystripes and his relationship with the current Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny. We discuss early times at Derry before moving across to manage Dunfermline Athletic in the Scottish Premiership. In that chat we discuss an incredible run to the Scottish Cup final where the Pars lost narrowly to Celtic. We then discuss European football with Derry, in particular facing Gretna and Paris St Germain and how Pauletta was the difference in that European encounter against the French giants. In the final part of the show we discuss Declan's squad at Derry and some of the players to keep an eye on ahead of their new campaign. In association with Toby Johnson and Rory Hope Music.
Jack Doherty is my latest guest in the Campbell's Footballs journey. On the show we talk about starting out in the League of Ireland at Waterford before moving to Ipswich in the summer of 2013. Hear more about his relationship with Tyrone Mings and Mick Mccarthy as well as his time at Portman Road. After a frustrating time with injuries we hear more about Jack's time at Limerick, Carrick United, moving back to Waterford and his recent time at Wexford FC. In association with Toby Johnson and Rory Hope music.