Friday, July 1, 2022

T4O Exclusive: Nigel Spackman Talks About His Amazing Career At Rangers, Liverpool & Chelsea

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Thomas Nicoll
A Hearts-supporting digital communications guy with an enthusiasm for writing about football.

It’s not every day that you get to speak with someone who can boast winning the top tiers in both English and Scottish football, but earlier this week I did just that. A huge thanks to Mark from Glasgow (who is also an early supporter of The 4th Official) for arranging this one.

Nigel Spackman might be more familiar to you these days for his regular appearances across BT, Sky and Amazon’s coverage of football, but in the 80s and 90s he racked up an incredibly successful playing career, pulling on the colours of Bournemouth, Chelsea, Liverpool and Rangers, to name a few.

The combative midfielder was a stalwart in the Rangers midfield at the start of their nine-in-a-row title success and we took the time to chat about the dream that he lived as a footballer. Here is a full podcast-style interview detailing some amazing stories from Spackman’s time at Liverpool, Chelsea and Rangers. The anecdote about George Best is something you cannot miss out on.

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