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  • Jamie, How are you?

  • Good night.

  • Old gods as being going level eyes before we start.

  • Nevil, though.

  • Is that little scruffy beard going on there?

  • What's going on?

  • Yeah, yeah, I'm just trying things up while being off.

  • Basically, I'm trying to do things that I've never done before.

  • Really?

  • So I thought he never has it.

  • I've never had to be it.

  • Notes from the longest member Let it grow to be so I don't know how long it's gonna last, but it just shouldn't see him.

  • I don't care.

  • The situation that wouldn't so media shots of the piano in general actually pulled me quantity.

  • They run on a James.

  • So he's pollution running to keep fit closer to keep up.

  • But I'm gonna say I told me Left quad.

  • So that's me.

  • Don't minimize.

  • Anyway.

  • Have you had your head up yet?

  • No, But say the federal courts, me and cultural peces he's being online.

  • Said he can't get out standing on for obvious reasons.

  • So it just I think, let's just laughing and grow.

  • You all right?

  • Because I've got big hair.

  • My hair doesn't grow lonely.

  • Just it's a big heads Well, as well we both know that now I have little idea for today's off scripts based on something that you wrote the other day on.

  • It did make me chuckle.

  • It was when Virgil Van Dyke said a Twitter session for an hour and you said, uh which primarily defender did you model your game on?

  • Clearly fishing for a compliment.

  • Anyone with a cast of fire back when he replied, Sami hip here.

  • So what I wanted to know on the serious note is, How much do you think players do?

  • Try a model that game on other players?

  • And how much does that developed from a way back to who you wanted to be in the playground to?

  • Then, when you become a pro as to who you actually model your game on and how far some players take it.

  • Just ask me four questions and we're on the edge.

  • F I had a lot to be.

  • Oh, sorry.

  • I don't think I mean, obviously, listen at all in days of and I've needed to where certainly watch me or somebody appeared to model.

  • It is game on those, I think.

  • I think that's I think when you have kids in the school yard.

  • I think, obviously that more than when your premier Li pray, I don't think you model game on for the place.

  • There's no doubt the top players that you're watching you live from.

  • What?

  • Why wouldn't you do that?

  • Your top national turning provable.

  • I don't want to become a professional.

  • Everyone has a different strengths and weaknesses and different streets, and it's difficult to come away from now.

  • Bought me as a kid, so you can imagine.

  • Just go look to see some on the way to hit the ball.

  • A generational rooms.

  • I won't remember kids.

  • China Room.

  • I was like, What?

  • You see my mind, you know, was that have in front of the kid books?

  • Remember him doing this when I was playing the field at the time, he almost trying copy.

  • Doing Someone knows nothing.

  • That's just little spells your clothes, your kids or you see someone.

  • They really take a penalty kick or whatever it may be.

  • I'm basically the Beatles, aren't you the ones that you're looking to and you just want to be?

  • Then a really go.

  • A 7 40 beds of anti wants to be somebody appear not very hard.

  • Do you think, though, that You know there is a crossover, though, as well in even now, Because the players have got so much information, so much digital analysis is available to them.

  • They would look other top players, so you don't take back from this game.

  • I'll take that from his guy as a little joke in your mind's eye on Social Media book, I don't think I think you've also gotta be crab and she always when Yes, you won't watch the top plays and live from, make sure that you know what this woman has a sense of actual people.

  • Why would you watch the age of since it's on him?

  • And all the court agree, plays in different positions.

  • Sometimes the attributes that you haven't got as a player.

  • So it's not a case of just watching him and doing that.

  • I could never be a dominant in the areas Where did Monday.

  • He's so it's bigger than me is quicker than me.

  • So when I see him, I would pay someone to get across and user's body and say Yes, we all love to do that, but I couldn't do that because I couldn't move quick is him.

  • So it's I think it's sometimes you gotta actually looking saying Players who get thing Okay, they much me physically if you like.

  • Uh, so what are they doing to maybe cover up for their weaknesses?

  • What are the restaurants?

  • I think, to be honest, in any any game of football or any play, maybe you're looking to improve or get better.

  • That's what football is.

  • No one is the page that cradle weaknesses on the best phrase hide their weaknesses is what was the con and sure they stance more often than not really so for May, it's not Put me watching Beethoven XIII contained.

  • I wanted to.

  • I couldn't do what you don't show.

  • What I'd have to do is rather than him looking a $1,000,000 rolling down the line and I'm beating someone in a race.

  • I'm gonna be in a position where I don't have to run that race.

  • So for me to be in a position alia on being maybe more switched on, or maybe reading again Malia.

  • So possibly trying to be looking at players like someone who is similar to me with Mabika value Oh, if you like when he was at shells, he wasn't the biggest one of the most powerful.

  • Uh, but he was a top sense of actually watch him And how he went about things round the maybe watching real friend and coming up with the ball.

  • Maybe John Tenney dominated in the air because I didn't have those physical activity today.

  • Was there anything in your own guy specifically that you thought right?

  • I'm gonna start that.

  • You saw a player do it, even if it was a kid.

  • And you change positions as you grow older.

  • You started further forward and then came back.

  • But was there any one thing which you took from somebody else's game?

  • That became a real feature of your guy we're going through.

  • When I was a kid, I went to the national scooters or center forward on Dhe.

  • It was a different way of playing the part of being used to have a lot more direct.

  • I don't mean that intention, smashing the ball wrong.

  • There was a piece of basically get the ball into the into the strength as quick as you can find the strength that on at that time, I mean I use someone 10 modern engaged.

  • I don't think it's a boat.

  • That a player was Teddy Sheringham.

  • He was brilliant to holding the ball, but that was a big thing.

  • A nationalist fuel to be able to hold the ball on.

  • We used to have a thing where we could receive side on Uh, not just you know what your back to the defendant's Sometimes in drunken Frontiere, I was actually trying to get side on.

  • So it's a bigger part of me.

  • Basically.

  • You full bodies between the defender of all I think she had It was really good at that.

  • We used to get smoker a lot by the coach.

  • The the league great say keep lawns whose international school that was weak on that day in, day out.

  • We used to use him as a reference as well because I think he should be in the youth called shock Top Lomas.

  • Well, really?

  • So I think you have links to the crime thing.

  • It was the early nineties and sharing them we just moved from not for us to weigh, taught them at the time, So he was so one.

  • We used to watch you because That's the way we used to play and the game, Really, I think going central midfield.

  • And then I'm gonna start in that little cool get into the fierce.

  • You really?

  • I could only say I looked a pleasurable of playing around.

  • Really?

  • And you think of John Binder, Central midfield player man.

  • Jimmy reading up Michael Thomas.

  • Stay with the ones I was tryingto eventually emulating and get into the team.

  • It centerback wires.

  • I mean, I used to watch a lot of with yours of crazy Andi.

  • For me, he's the best, the best ever.

  • And the reason is the best ever because he doesn't have physical attributes.

  • He wasn't six foot four.

  • He wasn't, you know, massive.

  • Freeman sold Campbell.

  • He was a lightning quick, but the thing about him was he was the cleverness player on the pitch with his brain on.

  • That's what I needed to be.

  • Not that cleverness.

  • I was never at that level.

  • Bought to try and be a stretch dollars accords between the usually in terms of reading the game being focused, not give me an opportunity to compete with the officer.

  • Johns Harry Assault Campbell.

  • Let the King was they were all poor with fizz.

  • If I salute, I didn't have a natural sense of activity, like, really, when I possibly wasn't enough.

  • I was just on the six forts.

  • Wasn't the quitters, wasn't the most powerful.

  • Really, I do.

  • I always have to be really switched on any brains.

  • That's right.

  • And he says, You think it was a lot of videos on Crazy and organization of Feet Positions are basically, always being ready to play.

  • You get me.

  • Unless it's a well known story that you started as a sensible whether then eventually midfielder then back into defense.

  • Right?

  • Sense about but I because I've only ever seen you play as a tend to back.

  • All right.

  • I just can't imagine what you just can't imagine you as a striking because you're on organizer a talker on we see like that.

  • What were you like as a center forward?

  • Who we like?

  • Well, I was I can assure you I'm still telling people what to do from center for, uh, well, basic five.

  • Standard Officer number nine on joined Liverpool at 90 years of age.

  • I was strengthening in the city, if you like.

  • You don't really know any of the players.

  • What was your forte outside of the box with a fox in the box Relies on an actual ghost water.

  • I was quick.

  • Yeah, I used to break all the records goalscoring wires.

  • And I was quick, very quick for the age.

  • What?

  • What happened to me?

  • Iwas about my center four days after the envelope.

  • You know, where I became a little bit deeper and Lincoln the player?

  • Because when I got to say it in a 14 and we started going for the trials to let the show and that's when you really open your eyes open.

  • You stand to see the best plays out in the country as a seven, just like living purest kid.

  • I'm recently possibly the best player in the city.