David John Pleatis an English football player turned manager and sports commentator...
I am right in the background. I won't be here that much at all, if at all. But I'm on the end of a phone and I'll give Alain any advice he requires at any time about anything.
We are now in the middle of the centre of the first half.
I feel like a drunken man who doesn't have a drink.
He is an interesting player - short back legs.
A game is not won until it is lost.
There's always been a fierce rivalry between Spurs and Tottenham.
He's had a lovely career for the talent he's got.
Preki quite literally only has the one foot
I was inbred into the game by my father
Winning isn't the end of the world
Pires has got something about him, he can go both ways depending on who's facing him
For such a small man Maradona gets great elevation on his balls
I've enjoyed my time in the game, whether it be managing Luton in the top flight, taking Spurs to Wembley or, as director of football, pinpointing players such as Jermain Defoe, Paul Robinson and Robbie Keane with real sell-on value.
Ronaldo has been compared to the incomparable George Best
Sammy Lee is another inbred player
You know sometimes football turns on the slightest biscuit of good fortune.
The zip on the pitch is very zippy
I've seen some players with very big feet, and some with very small feet
Of course, Steven Gerrard is one of only a few Liverpool players who never get left out by Rafa; and even he doesn't always get picked.
When you've got a mountain to climb you may as well throw everything into the kitchen sink.
There's too much - I don't know what the word is - scientology in the game.
Eighty per cent of teams who score first in matches go on to win them. But they may draw some - or occasionally lose.
I'm not too sure how much you get for winning the Champion's League, but it's definitely 10 million euros.