Jamie chats to James Bird, Dan Black, Natalie Bromley (briefly) and Adam Haworth about the Huddersfield game and its consequences, the injury situation and lack of loans and they look a head to Watford. As usual you can contact us through Twitter, @nonaynevernet, or through email, email@example.com. Thank you for listening.
In this episode, Jamie was joined by Adam Heap, James Bird, Michael Bailey, Natalie Bromley and Forest fan David Marples. On the agenda was the Forest game, Burnleys wheels coming off, the state of the finances and the loan market and finally, fun pizza stories. As always you can contact the show on Twitter, @nonaynevernet or through emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Produced by Adam Haworth.
Michael Bailey chairs the No Nay Never podcast this week, as Jamie is suffering from a bad internet connection. Joining Michael are James Bird, Adam Haworth and Rob Watson. They discuss the Bournemouth draw, Eddie Howes reception back at Turf Moor, Jay Rodriguezs England call up, the awards won by Danny Ings and Sean Dyche and a look at whether Burnley need a break, or can sustain this form.You can contact the podcast on Twitter: @nonaynevernet, or through email: email@example.com.
During this episode, Jamie is joined by Dan Black, James Bird and Kevin Robinson to talk about the loss to West Ham in the cup, the draw at Millwall in the league and this months player of the month. As well as this, Jamie, Dan, James and Kevin revisit our promotion squad comparison feature. Apologies for dip in connection occasionally. Wed love your feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org or @nonaynevernet on Twitter. Produced by Adam Haworth.
Today Jamie is joined by James Bird, Robbie Coppack, Andy Devanney and Ben Llewelyn. They discuss all things Clarets, including realistic predictions for promotion, a look back at QPR and a look ahead to the West Ham cup game. We also sell t-shirts now. You can buy one at nonaynever.spreadshirt.co.uk. As ever, feedback is appreciated. Send messages to email@example.com, or tweet @nonaynevernet. Produced by Adam Haworth.
This weeks podcast does not feature a special guest, so you get our usual panel instead. Adam Heap, James Bird, Robbie Coppack and Andy Devanney join Jamie to discuss last weekends win at Ipswich, take a look ahead to QPR and throw lots and lots of stats around. You can get in touch via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or through Twitter: @nonaynevernet. Produced by Adam Haworth.
Clarke Carlisle is our special guest on this weeks No Nay Never podcast. Jamie speaks to him about his time at Turf Moor, his work at the PFA and his book. We find out how unprofessional Owen Coyles training sessions were, how Brian Laws was the quietest human being on earth and how Carlisle found himself having to adapt to massive pay cuts as he moved down the leagues. You can get in touch with us through Twitter, @nonaynevernet, or through email on email@example.com.
This weeks episode was somewhat unique episode of the No Nay Never podcast. Jamie was joined by York fan Shaun Wathey, QPR fan Juliet Harris and Burnley fans James Bird, Robbie Coppack and Daniel Bentley and producer Adam Haworth. They speak about Burnleys progress so far, the rest of the football league and the international break before being rudely interrupted by James Bird riding his bike. Contact us: @nonaynevernet and firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week Jamie is joined by Adam Heap, Andrew Frost, Andy Devanney, Robbie Coppack and James Bird and they discuss the rich vein of form the Clarets have struck, as well as looking over the last two games. The panel also discuss Turf Moors atmosphere - including discussion surrounding goal music. You can contact us through Twitter - @nonaynevernet or via email - email@example.com.
This week, Jamie is joined by James Bird, Kevin Robinson, Andy Devanney, Daniel Bentley and producer Adam Haworth. On this weeks topics for discussion are the Birmingham and Leeds wins, Scott Arfields miraculous redemption and a preview of the Forest cup game. The regular quiz also features. You can get in touch in the normal ways: through Twitter by mentioning @nonaynevernet or via email by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.