Podcast 79: “I admire the consistency of Shackell’s hair”

In an awards special, Jamie is joined by Jordan, James, and Adam to discuss news of Ashley Barnes’ injury, Tom Heaton’s call up, Danny Ings move elsewhere, and speculation surrounding Kieran Trippier’s future.

The panel then move on to give their picks for player, goal, game, moment, and hair (that’s right, hair) of the season.

This is the last podcast of the season and we’d like to thank everyone for listening. Gratitude also goes to Neville Gee, our sponsors: we couldn’t do the site or the podcast without them, and Stephen Long, our audio editor.

As always, feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

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Podcast 78: “11 men standing in a field”

Adam and James join Jamie this week.

They discuss the dull Stoke game in all its glory before moving on to consider, as we seem to do weekly, Danny Ings, his future, and his comments about social media. Finally, the panel go through the squad and rate each player on their overall performance this season (spoiler: it all gets a bit chaotic and the scale of player ratings goes to pot).

As always, feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site. Please consider subscribing to the podcast via a mobile app, or iTunes, to get the podcast delivered to you as soon as it’s available. Check out our guide if you’re not sure how to do that.

This podcast is sponsored by Neville Gee.

Podcast 77: “I don’t want to break it to you but we have been relegated”

This week’s podcast features Jamie, Jordan, James and Robbie.

The panel discuss the win against Hull, Sean Dyche’s recent quotes about his future at the club, turning points and key moments of the season, relegation as a whole, and more.

As always, feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site. Please consider subscribing to the podcast via a mobile app, or iTunes, to get the podcast delivered to you as soon as it’s available. Check out our guide if you’re not sure how to do that.

This episode was sponsored by Neville Gee. Thanks to our editor Stephen Long.

You can find last week’s episode, hosted by Adam, here.

Podcast 75: The case for Sordell and Wallace as a wing-back

Jamie is joined by James and Jordan this week.

The panel look back on the Arsenal and Everton games and preview the Leicester game. Jamie makes the case for playing Marvin Sordell. James makes the case for Ross Wallace as a left wing-back. Jordan didn’t really know what to think any more. It got a bit crazy.

As always, feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site, where you can also find links to subscribe on iTunes. Check out our guide if you’re not sure what any of this means.

Thanks to our sponsors Neville Gee and our editor Stephen Long.

Podcast 73: Bottom six special

This week’s podcast features interviews with fans from the bottom six clubs in the Premier League in order to find out just what Burnley are up against.

Jamie spoke to James Bird from this site, Jim Knight who features on the EPL Roundtable Podcast (a Leicester fan), Jules Harris (a QPR fan), Stephen Goldsmith from Wise Men Say (a Sunderland fans), Steve Green from Aston Villa Review (an Aston Villa fan) and Peter from Tigerlink (a Hull fan).

As always, feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site, where you can also find links to subscribe on iTunes. Check out our guide if you’re not sure what any of this means.

Thanks to our sponsors Neville Gee and our editor Stephen Long.

Listen to our interview with Lee Hoos and David Baldwin

On 28th February, armed with a load of your questions, four NNN editors travelled to Turf Moor to sit down and interview Lee Hoos and David Baldwin.

We covered some of the most talked about topics from the last year or so: the retainer, ticket prices in general, the transfer window and the recruitment department. Also covered were youth development, the community department, the Premier League deal, safe standing, youth development, the Club shop, as well as the general structure of the Club.

There will be written up versions of this interview on the site in the coming days.

As always, feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site, where you can also find links to subscribe on iTunes. Check out our guide if you’re not sure what any of this means.

Thanks to our sponsors at Neville Gee for enabling us to do everything we do.

Podcast 69: Mourinho and his antics

Jamie is this week joined by James Bird, Michael Bailey, Jordan Eyre as well as Chelsea fan Joe Tweeds.

After discussing the match in general the panel discuss the much-publicised refereeing incident involving Ashley Barnes and Nemanja Matić in the game at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. (Spoiler: Joe gets a bit of a battering).

They also look ahead to the upcoming game against Swansea.

This weekend, we’ll be interviewing Lee Hoos and David Baldwin. If you have any questions you’d like us to put to them, please direct them to blog@nonaynever.net or mention us on Twitter @nonaynevernet (make it clear that you’re suggesting a question). We’ll try to ask the majority of them.

As always feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site, where you can also find links to subscribe on iTunes. Check out our guide if you’re not sure what any of this means.

Thanks to our sponsors at Neville Gee and to Joe for being a great sport and putting up with us disagreeing with him.

Podcast 68: United performance and Danny Ings (again)

Jamie is this week joined by James Bird and podcast newbie Jordan Eyre.

They discuss the great performance, but bad result, at United. Once again the team talk about Danny Ings – which we seem to be doing every week at the moment – including his apparent trip abroad and a potential England call up.

Also discussed is the possibility of Burnley playing in Europe next season, should they remain top of the fair play league, depending on how the Premier League ranks as a whole in terms of fair play.

As always feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site, where you can also find links to subscribe on iTunes. Check out our guide if you’re not sure what any of this means.

Thanks to our sponsors at Neville Gee and our editor, Stephen Long.

Podcast 66: One hell of a rant

This week, Jamie is joined by Adam Haworth, Michael Bailey and Natalie Bromley.

The team first deal with the loss at Sunderland and we speak to Sunderland fan Stephen Goldsmith of the Sunderland Wise Men Say podcast.

Then, the panel attempt to understand what went wrong in the transfer window for Burnley. We won’t lie: there’s a lot of ranting and raving, and although we praise the club in some respects, no guest on the podcast is happy with the transfer window – so you’ve been warned that it’s not the most positive of episodes.

As always feel free to email any feedback about the podcast to podcast@nonaynever.net.

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site, where you can also find links to subscribe on iTunes. Check out our guide if you’re not sure what any of this means.

Thanks to our sponsors at Neville Gee and to Stephen Goldsmith for giving us his time.

Podcast 65: Crystal Palace and transfers

Jamie is joined by James, Ian and Robbie on this week’s podcast.

This week, they discuss the defeats against QPR and Spurs – both of which saw Burnley surrender a 2-0 lead. Jamie is joined by Crystal Palace fan and freelance journalist Alex White, who provides a view from the opposition.

The panel also talk about potential transfer targets, particularly in midfield, where Burnley look like they need strengthening.

Finally, the team look ahead to the Sunderland game.

There will be no podcast next week (unless we think of something special for you all).

You can listen online here or in the player below. To listen to all previous episodes of the NNN podcast, please visit our mini-site, where you can also find links to subscribe on iTunes. Check out our guide if you’re not sure what any of this means. If you have any feedback/questions or want to be a guest one week, please email us at the usual address: podcast@nonaynever.net.