Celtic's a brilliant football club, and they have an unbelievable fan base - one of the biggest in the world.
The Merseyside derby is a terrific game full of passion, full of quality.
I had a great time at Everton when I was there and came away from that with a lot of high regard.
I'm desperately ambitious, and one of the things I haven't been able to do at Everton is win a trophy.
I would never have left Everton for anybody but an ambitious football club. And I thought Manchester United would have given me that opportunity.
I was a young manager at Everton and had 11 great years there.
I got Everton competing at the top end of the league with a midtable budget.
I gave everything I could in trying to make Everton the best I could.
I've got huge affection for Everton. It was my life for over a decade.
At Everton, we have always tried to do good deals and have always tried to buy at the right age and the right price.
I worked hard at Everton.
I hope I can fulfill all my ambitions at Everton. But you never know in this game.
The job at Everton was so good. I worked for a great chairman, great people at the club.
We had a really good club at Everton who gave me the opportunity to do the job the way I felt it needed to be done.
I'd been at Everton for more than 11 years. We'd qualified for the Champions League, got to an FA Cup final. I'd been voted manager of the season three times.
I would never have left Everton if it hadn't been Manchester United.
It was too short: I've said many times that I would have done things differently had I known I'd only have 10 months because United are one of the few clubs in football who could have given a manager more time, like Bill Kenwright did with me at Everton.
One of the reasons why I wanted to be part of the League Managers Association was because I felt there were an awful lot of foreign coaches coming into these shores, but we were not exporting enough British talent.
It's good that we have good managers like Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger in this countr,y but I think we should be trying to send out some of our managers to other countries to help not just the development of themselves but the leagues over here. It can enhance their careers.
I'm a great believer in the lower leagues, the pyramid system, but there is mileage in having B-teams in England with young players playing competitively.