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My family: Partner Nadya and 13-year-old daughter Kasia My place of birth: Harlow When you were young, what did you want to be? Footballer Who was your hero? Glenn Hoddle My first car: Ford Fiesta 1.1 My first job: Sport centre trainee manager My all-time favourite album/CD: Dire Straits, Alchemy My favourite food: Tapas My favourite UK holiday spot: Scotland generally My first crush: Sarah (aged eight). She Facebooked me 30 years later- lucky escape My favourite restaurant: La Gavrocue — only been once but it is my most memorable meal My favourite TV programme: Suits and Te Wire My favourite movie: Te Usual Suspects My sporting interests: Golf, football, triathlon and cycling My favourite gadget: iPhone and iPad My worst habit: I’m never satisfied which probably makes me quite demanding My most embarrassing moment: Trapping my head in the car window as I reversed the car My most memorable moment: Everything my daughter achieves My favourite periodical: Q magazine and My News My favourite part in my local area is: Moor Park Golf Course Who would you not want to be stuck in a lift with? Joey Barton Who would you most like to meet? Richard Branson If you were Mayor for the day what would you change? Remove the speed camera that has done me twice on Hempstead Road My ideal dinner date (not present partner): Tandie Newton What would you change about yourself? Lazy eye If you had one wish, what would it be? My daughter’s future health (and a scratch round of golf) What is the worst present you have ever received? A selection pack of Bombay mix and nibbles — bad enough and added to that it was a year out of date.


www.mynewsmag.co.uk l October 2012 l


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