I can see the carrot at the end of the tunnel.
His return gives England another key to its bow.
I think management is about just that - managing people via man-to-man skills.
I do appreciate that the most important thing as manager is to get good results.
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.
In a utopia you want to win matches by several goals and by playing a wonderful brand of football. But that's utopia.
There is a set of rules and a code of conduct that I believe that you should adhere to in life.
It would be absolute folly to rule myself out of any 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 have seen the film The Alamo and right now I feel like I've got Davy Crockett behind me. Sometimes I feel like I could put my head in a bucket of water
I am ready to work, I am ready for this job and I am ready for this challenge.
(on being Manchester City manager)
I don't want to portray myself as a hardman in management or anything like that.
I enjoy making the decisions.
I may be able to put a good book tape on in the car on the way home and I will have a smile on my face.
Football's in my blood - and eventually I want to be the one making decisions.
I have made it totally clear to the players that my door will always be open.
I want them to be fully committed to the work place and fully committed to the people they work for.
(on Manchester City players)
I am one of those people who quite enjoys responsibility.
Join the club.
(to Robbie Fowler after the striker missed a penalty against Middlesbrough that cost Man City a European place)
Make no mistake, you would prefer to work for someone who is going to put their arm around you at times and lift you.
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'!
Suddenly, I win the derby and people are talking about England again. It is absolutely pathetic
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
We are in a results business, so Stuart Pearce being a jolly old boy won't keep me in a job.
Are you in a library or what?!
(on the crowd being quiet)
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