- Born: 06/09/1963
- Birthplace: Glasgow
- Nationality: Scottish
- Debut: 27/08/1988 v Newcastle
Pat Nevin joined Everton from Chelsea in the summer of 1988 for £925,000.
The tricky winger enjoyed a great spell at the Toffees where he made 138 appearances scoring 20 goals.
He was capped by Scotland 28 times before he moved to Tranmere Rovers for £300,000 in August 1992.
A sensitive and articulate man, many people thought that the little Scot would have a lot to offer football when his playing days were over. They were right.
Nevin is now strongly involved with the media. He is a football pundit on Channel 5 and Five Live and has written for the Independent, the Times and the Sunday Telegraph among others.
After playing for Motherwell in the twilight of his career he went upstairs before moving into something he had always fancied doing - writing.
"I was Chief Executive at Motherwell for four years, which was quite enough, and I've always wanted to write," he said.
"I was interviewed an awful lot during my career and I always thought, 'I'd love to do that' because I'd ask the questions that I was never asked!
"I like football, I like footballers and I enjoy getting their point of view across because I think they've been badly represented for a few years now. I've been writing for a while but it's now virtually full-time, along with my television work. If you can't play football, then the next best thing is talking about it!"