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Thursday, 30 May, 2002, 14:21 GMT 15:21 UK
Pat Nevin
Former Scottish international Pat Nevin
Pat Nevin brings a wealth of experience to Five Live
Pat Nevin is one of the most familiar faces to British football fans, having played nearly 750 games in a 20-year career in England and Scotland.

The tricky winger, who will be passing expert comment on Five Live, first came to prominence playing for Chelsea in the early 1980s, before a big money move took him to Everton.

Spells at Tranmere, Kilmarnock and Motherwell followed, before Nevin moved to Motherwell as director of football.

He has also pursued a media career in recent times, and has written for the Independent, the Times and the Sunday Telegraph among others.

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