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.
Jamie is joined by James Bird, Kevin Robinson, Andy Devanney and Patrick Walton. They discuss reactions to the derby day draw and look ahead to the Birmingham and Leeds games this week. You can get in touch on Twitter by mentioning @nonaynevernet or email us at email@example.com.
This week Jamie is joined by Chris Boden of the Burnley Express, Nathan Rogers and Andrew Frost as well as being assisted by Adam Haworth.This weeks topics include the open letter from the Burnley co-chairmen and a discussion about the quality of our current squad vs the squad that won promotion in 2009.As usual you can contact the podcast via Twitter by sending a mention to @nonaynevernet or through email by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today Jamie is joined by Adam Haworth, Kevin Robinson, James Bird, Thomas Pickles and Daniel Bentley and they discuss an impressive win at Derby and the transfer window. You can join in the discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #nnnpod or tweeting to @nonaynevernet. You can email your feedback to email@example.com.
Tonight Jamie Smith is joined by James Bird, Kevin Robinson, Dan Black, Adam Heap and Adam Haworth. Discussion surrounds Tom Heatons sending off, ticket prices for the Preston game and transfer targets. You can tweet us at @nonaynevernet or use the hashtag #nnnpod or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode Jamie Smith (@jamiesmiff), Andy Devanney (@andydevanney), Kevin Robinson (@kevr1990), James Bird (@jamesbird) and Adam Haworth (@adamzander) discuss the Yeovil Town game, Keith Treacy and his false dawns and the financial situation at Turf Moor. You can get in touch via Twitter, @nonaynevernet and via email at email@example.com.
This weeks podcast featured a bumper panel. Jamie Smith played host, with Adam Haworth, James Bird, Kevin Robinson and Daniel Bentley pitching in with their views on the Sheffield Wednesday game, the Vokes-Ings partnership and potential transfer targets. Can Burnley get a striker capable of boshing a few goals in?Were always open to receiving feedback and you can send your thoughts to us on Twitter @nonaynevernet or through email on blog[at]nonaynever.net.