Former Scottish Football player, Alan McInally is now a popular pundit on Sky Sports News. Having played across England, Scotland and Germany, McInally is an excellent addition to events as both an after-dinner and keynote football speaker. Fondly known by the nicknames of Rambo and Big Mac, Alan is a firm favourite amongst fans and press alike.
Having played for Ayr United, Celtic, Aston Villa, Bayern Munich and Kilmarnock, McInally has had a successful football career having won the European Cup with Celtic in 1985. McInally represented Scotland at the 1990 World Cup, however, his International career fizzled out prior to the competition, gaining eight caps and scoring three times.
McInally is now well known for his punditry exploits on Sky Sports News, forming part of the panel with former players. Alongside his media commitments, McInally is an excellent football speaker, making many appearances at events providing motivational advice, presenting awards as well as appearing as an after-dinner speaker. Scottish footballer Alan McInally is an articulate sports speaker who has the ability to engage and captive the audience with his tales of a time gone by. Thanks to his time competing within the top leagues in the world, Alan has a multitude of examples to portray his invaluable advice on how to maintain drive and determination in highly pressurised situations.
McInally is equally able to provide support as an event and conference host as well as speaking at them. McInally is an excellent professional and reporter with bags of experience, his knowledge and love of the sport shines through with his caring, warm and down to earth personality. The skillset that he acquired during his career allows him to diversify and showcase his talents when acting as an event or conference host. He is a model professional in his field, with his vast experience and knowledge acting as a source of entertainment for any kind of audience.