Neville Southall: Dropping Joe Hart the 'wrong decision'
In conjunction with BT Sport's Life's A Pitch, we puts questions from readers of The Independent to the former Everton goalkeeper
Ahead of tomorrow's Merseyside derby, former Everton goalkeeper Neville Southall has taken questions from readers of The Independent.
The Welshman reveals the best Liverpool striker he faced and offers his thoughts on the impact on Everton if Leighton Baines were to leave the club.
He also discusses Joe Hart, saying Manuel Pellegrini has made the wrong decision in dropping the England number one.
Watch the interview by clicking the play button above.
Join sports broadcaster Des Kelly as he hosts Life’s a Pitch Monday to Thursday at 10pm on BT Sport 1.
Neville Southall during his playing days
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