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1 December 2008
Sir Bobby Charlton
"Jackie Milburn put me off Newcastle: he told me 'They're dreadful, they're not very good for coaching'"
28 November 2008
Eric Cantona: One-on-One
"There’s a fine line between freedom and chaos. To some extent I am an anarchist..."
1 October 2008
Chris Waddle: One-on-One
"I worked in a sausage factory, so if I was playing badly I was having a ‘Banger’ or if I was playing well, I was ‘Sizzling’..."
1 August 2008
Glenn Hoddle: One-on-One
"I don’t mean this in a big-headed way, because I wasn’t a great goalscorer, but I scored great goals"
1 July 2008
Nicolas Anelka: One-on-One
"Tips for picking up women? I haven’t really got any tips because I’m a footballer, which makes things easier with the girls..."
1 July 2008
"A lot of goalkeepers congratulated me when I scored goals against them"
1 May 2008
Michel Platini: One-on-One
"There are three important things in my life: my family, my friends, and having a good laugh..."
10 April 2008
Ossie Ardiles: One-on-One
"I’ve never had the tune from Ossie’s Dream as the ringtone on my phone."
6 March 2008
Les Ferdinand: One-on-One
"I’d travel up in the helicopter on the Monday, stay all week and fly back on the weekend..."
13 February 2008
Faustino Asprilla: One-on-One
"The women were divine. I don’t know how many girlfriends I had in Newcastle. At the beginning I didn’t even understand what they said"