I remember hearing that Sacchi also never played, that he was a cobbler or something?
Which is hardly a must, if you're intelligent.
You are Ray Houghton and I claim for ฃ5!
Yet Houiller said it best when he was questioned about that when he was our manager, something like "You don't have to have been a racehorse to become a good jockey"
Ho-kaih, stop the taxi! Hollup, hollup, hollit. Let's just stop for a moment. It seems you're all deliberately pissing me off.
According to the responses I get on this comment, it seems that my comment(the no-playing-experience-thing) is perceived as some sort of swipe.
NO, assure you- read it a-blerry-gain, preferably in conjunction with the 88-win-percentage post. Clearly I meant that the fact that he had no playing experience is remarkable given his philosophy, his winning attitude, his age and the position he enjoys at the sort of club where he happens to find his ass at.
Now go back, re-read. Thank you and good-diddy.