Lead Content Executive
My Select XI
We’ve pulled in a mixture of questions from the good old football programmes of yesteryear, along with the sort of questions we’ve put to sports professionals over the last few years.
buy robaxin 750 mg What is the best description of yourself you’ve heard?
“Not bad for a big lad.”
http://defineddesignsblog.com/2017/03/how-to-guide-pillows/ The kettle’s on, what are you having?
Coffee, black, one sugar, not instant.
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I’m more of a sweet man (sports mixture), but if there’s chocolate on offer I’ll take a purple Yorkie.
Favourite TV programme?
Game of Thrones for gripping drama, Always Sunny in Philadelphia for non-stop laughter.
Superbad – there is no film on its level for laughter.
In football it’s Mark Viduka and for rugby it would have to be Stuart Hogg.
If you could change one thing about your favourite sport, what would it be?
Stop Stuart Barnes talking over the top of it on Sky Sports.
Who is worth a follow on Twitter?
Jamie Kennedy (@jamierkennedy). You get to see a lot of wonderful golf courses and hilarious European Tour content.
What is most likely to annoy you today?
Traffic on the way to work.
If a film was made of your life, who would you want to play you and why?
Seth Rogen. Chubby and funny, though I wonder if he could master the ‘Corby’ accent.
Tell us something we don’t know about you?
I graduated at Staffordshire University alongside Chris Iwelumo, and yes, I asked him about that miss against Norway at Hampden.
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