He talks about his time managing Galatasaray

It's been a weekend of rivalries in football.

Man United Liverpool, the Old Firm, Derby and Nottingham Forest, Hearts and Hibs, Villa and Wolves.

Graeme Souness has plenty of experience in Old Firms games, and of the Liverpool United rivalry, but in the mid 90s he got a taste of another of world football's great derby games.

In 1995, the former Liverpool boss headed east to Turkey, to take charge of Galatasaray.

He only spent one year in charge of the club, but it was an action packed season. A fourth place finish in the league may have been a disappointment, but he did end the season in style by winning the Turkish Cup, beating their biggest rivals Fenerbahce over two legs in the final.

Those Intercontinental derbies provided one of the iconic images of Souness's career, when he celebrated the cup success by planting a Galatasaray flag in the centre circle of the pitch.

He joined Philip Egan on The Boot Room on Premier League Live with Sky Sports yesterday, to talk about his year in Turkey, and where the Intercontinental Derby ranks among the huge rivalries he's been involved in.