Since the late 1970's I've had the pleasure of dealing with countless footballers and managers. Through my early work in Fleet Street and onwards to my twenty five years producing television programmes, the majority of that being football shows. I've met the good, the bad and the ugly. I've been fortunate to watch in action some of the best players in the world and get to know as friends or acquaintances footballers who later went on to become managers. Many of them still working in the game today.
Glenn Roeder was one of the nicest and . . .
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