I've got no business acumen whatsoever.
I've still got a scrapbook at home of the Munich air crash. I was an Arsenal supporter, and I went with my dad every week. I would have been 11 in 1958 and remember standing at Highbury for the Busby Babes. I remember that was the last game before they jetted off to Europe, and a lot of them never came back.
I am not a tax fiddler. I am not any kind of tax fiddler, never have been in my life.
Losing produces a weird reaction in me. I surrender all sense of perspective. It's ridiculous, really. All this over a football match.
I feed foxes. I'm not supposed to, but I love it.
I would love to work with a young and upcoming coach somewhere and give him some experience. Something like Gerry Francis overseeing Tony Pulis.
We are givers, not takers.
I see it every week - parents shouting and screaming at kids. My dad was the same. He was always there, but he never interfered. Ron Greenwood, who was the manager of West Ham when I was a kid, wouldn't allow any parent to shout from the touchline. He thought players should be allowed to think for themselves.
I very much doubt that it could happen again that any manager would do 20 years with a top Premiership club.
I do enjoy seeing footballers every day, being on the training ground.
I write like a two-year-old, and I can't spell.