Born: April 24, 1962
Occupation: Football manager
It can be a bit of a hindrance when you walk into a restaurant for a quiet meal and one or two launch into 'psycho, psycho'!
We are in a results business, so Stuart Pearce being a jolly old boy won't keep me in a job.
But to me the bottom line is the more education you can give yourself, and the more preparation you can do, the less chance of failing.
I am one of those people who quite enjoys responsibility.
I have made it totally clear to the players that my door will always be open.
I just get the impression that everyone is willing me to succeed.
I will do whatever it takes to win a football match.
The way I was brought up by my parents and guided through my football life by the influences of various managers means that in some ways I am black and white.
There is a set of rules and a code of conduct that I believe that you should adhere to in life.
Football's in my blood - and eventually I want to be the one making decisions.
I am nothing without the players.
I am doing the job with the mentality that I am going to be here a long time and I hope that I am.
I think management is about just that - managing people via man-to-man skills.
I can see the carrot at the end of the tunnel.
His return gives England another key to its bow.
Glenn is going to bring a couple of sumo costumes down so we might have a dust-up in the technical area, that should make good TV
“Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.”
― Dr. Seuss