soccer coach

I was tagged by @ladyrindt , thank you very much!

1. How old are you?


2. Current job?

Unemployed at the moment, unfortunately

3. Dream job?

Anything in F1 - doesn’t matter what role it is I just would love to work in F1 and be surrounded in that atmosphere

4. What are you talented at?

I’m not sure I have any unique talents really, sorry I can’t think of a good answer!

5. What is a big goal you’re working towards/have achieved?

Qualifying to be a professional football (soccer) coach, currently planning that route

6. What’s your aesthetic?

Does it count if I just say Jaime Alguersuari?

7. Do you collect anything?

I have a small collection of F1 shirts and caps but very small. Apart from that, nothing really

8. What is a topic you always bring up in conversation?

None particularly, there are certain topics i like to talk about but I don’t always bring them up

9. What’s a pet peeve of yours?

LITERALLY EVERYTHING, I CAN RANT AND GET ANGRY AT JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING. The biggest one is people who think they’re more important then they actually are, so this then includes things like using their phone while driving, being arrogant and rude, talking over or interrupting people etc.

10. Good advice to give?

No matter how bad things are now or how bad they seem to you, there is always a little bit of hope somewhere in the world

11. Recommend three songs.

1. Always Be - Jimmy Eat World
2. Light of the Seven - Ramin Djawadi
3. Wicked Game - James Vincent McMorrow

Right I’m really not sure who will have done this or not be now but I’ll just tag @lady-sharky @beattomymelody @tyretracks-andbrokenhearts @teddybearofdeath @thedavanity @human-ity-almost and anyone else that wants to do it and hasn’t been tag - feel free to say i tagged you!

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Fenris is an ex-professional soccer player who moves to the suburbs of Rhode Island with his wife and child. There he meets Garrett Hawke, also a married man, whose daughter is on the little league soccer team he coaches. Instantly, they hit it off, and it isn’t long before both men forget the definition of fidelity.

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Soccer Aid Teams | Unicef UK
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Joining the England team this year will be One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, popstar Olly Murs, TV personality and Heart FM radio host Mark Wright, pop star and presenter Marvin Humes plus television presenters Paddy McGuinness and Ben Shephard. Dusting off their boots once again will be comedians Jack Whitehall and John Bishop with TV Presenter and Heart FM DJ Jamie Theakston in goal.

The ex-players taking to the pitch for England represent some of the greatest names in English footballing history: Robbie Fowler, Jamie Carragher, Phil Neville, Sol Campbell and David Seaman.

Jose Mourinho will manage the team, assisted by Unicef UK Ambassador Robbie Williams and Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce. Bradley Walsh returns as the moral-boosting England coach.

The Soccer Aid line-up for England so far includes:


  • Jose Mourinho (Manager)
  • Robbie Williams (Assistant Manager)
  • Sam Allardyce (Assistant Manager)
  • Bradley Walsh (Coach)


  • Louis Tomlinson 
  • Olly Murs 
  • Paddy McGuinness 
  • Ben Shephard 
  • Jack Whitehall 
  • John Bishop
  • Mark Wright 
  • Jonathan Wilkes 
  • Marvin Humes 
  • Jamie Theakston (Goalkeeper)


  • Jamie Carragher
  • Robbie Fowler
  • Phil Neville
  • Sol Campbell
  • David Seaman (Goalkeeper)


England is taking on The Rest of the World squad which will be managed by Leicester City’s Claudio Ranieri with Niall Horan from One Direction as Assistant Manager.

The international legends stepping up to suport Unicef under Ranieri are Cafu, Jaap Stam, Dimitar Berbatov, Edgar Davids, Samuel Eto'o and Jens Lehmann.

Unicef UK Ambassador Michael Sheen is team captain and he will be backed up on the pitch by Michelin-starred Chef Gordon Ramsay, popstar and presenter Nicky Byrne and Kiss FM host Rickie Haywood-Williams.


  • Claudio Ranieri (Manager)
  • Niall Horan (Assistant Manager)


  • Michael Sheen (Captain)
  • Gordon Ramsay
  • Nicky Byrne
  • Rickie Haywood-Williams


  • Cafu
  • Jaap Stam
  • Dimitar Berbatov
  • Edgar Davids
  • Samuel Eto'o
  • Jens Lehmann

More amazing names will be announced soon - including the footballing legends joining our celebrities on the pitch. Get involved in #SoccerAid chat by following @Unicef_UK and @SoccerAid on Twitter for the latest line-up announcements.


Each squad has 12 celebrities, six legends - including one goalkeeper - and a professional manager. In the first half each team plays with their professional goalie and in the second their celebrity goalkeeper takes to the pitch (so expect goals!)

There are no rolling substitutions so once a player comes off they can’t come back on unless the match goes to a penalty shoot out.

If the game is tied at 90 minutes the match goes straight to a penalty shoot out between the celebrity players only.

Broadcasting icons Clive Tyldesley and Chris Kamara will make up the commentary team while Howard Webb will be officiating as referee.