Jason Mcateer & Roy Evans
Jason Wynne McAteer (born 18 June 1971) is a retired professional footballer, who represented the Republic of Ireland at international level. Roy Evans CBE (born 4 October 1948 in Bootle, England) was a Liverpool football player who eventually rose through the coaching ranks to become team manager./5
Jason Mcateer Roy Evans John Aldridge Old Trafford David Fairclough Ian Callaghan Vladimir Smicer Joe Allen Bruce Grobbelaar Steve Mcmanaman Cup Final Patrick Berger Didi Hamann Olly Murs Phil Thompson Jason Roy John Barnes West Ham European Cup Final
1995: Roy Evans with new signing, Jason McAteer played 139 times for Liverpool, scoring 6 goals
LFC 0-3 West Ham: Analysis: Jason McAteer and Roy Evans analyse the Reds' first defeat of the season
Roy Evans & Jason McAteer reminisce about the 1996 FA Cup Semi-Final against Villa. Tonight at 20.30 BST on
If Simon Cowell were Roy Evans, Olly Murs would be his Jason McAteer.
For those asking - the This is Anfield prints are 16" x 12" ... the stadium photos are 18" x 12" ... they have been personally and individually signed by : Bruce Grobbelaar, Ian Callaghan, Phil Neal, Alan Kennedy, David Fairclough, John Aldridge, Robbie Fowler, Steve Mcmanaman, Vladimir Smicer, Patrick Berger, Michael Thomas, Mark Wright, Jan Molby, Roy Evans, John Barnes, Didi Hamann, Jason McAteer and Phil Thompson. In short - players from every European Cup Final we have won, every UEFA Cup Final we have won and every FA Cup we have won. Almost sold out now, available on The Boys Pen - first come first served. £35 inc postage.
Roy Evans & Jason McAteer on Radio 5. Dey do doh don't dey doh. Discussing "Carra", another scouser soon to be on tv/radio. Joy.
Macca blasts: LFC star had a 'poor game' vs. Man Utd. Time to drop him? Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen put in one of his most ineffective performances of the season against Manchester United at Old Trafford yesterday, and former Reds midfielder Jason McAteer has criticised the the Welshman for his poor performance during the game. Discussing the game on LFC TV, McAteer argued that Allen should've gone off at half time instead of Lucas, and delivered a withering assessment of the 23-year old's contribution. He said: "Joe Allen had a poor game; it just wasn't a great game from him, and he was lucky to start the over Henderson" Former Reds boss Roy Evans' echoed McAteer's thoughts, adding: "Joe Allen had a poor game. At this moment, his confidence seems to be at a low, and he's struggled. He doesn't look comfortable, and he gave away a lot of balls in bad areas, and there were some poor back-passes. He just didn't play well, and he's struggled for a while now." I have to agree with Macca and Roy here; Allen ...
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