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Manager of Portsmouth. Former Arsenal & England captain.
Sometime actor and comedian who's been on McIntyre's Roadshow and Live at the Apollo. Terry's act is unique: a mixture of the surreal, part physical comedy, part beatbox, infused with clever satire and even the odd observation. Was on Let's Dance for Sport Relief as Tina Turner and has been in Eastenders.
Eni Aluko is a British-Nigerian football executive, commentator, and former professional player, who is the director of women's football at Aston Villa. Before retiring from professional football Aluko last played as a forward for Juventus. She has over 100 caps for England.
One of the first high profiles black footballers who made his name at Watford before moving to Liverpool in 1987. His international career with England started at the age of 19 and he went on to win 79 caps before retiring and becoming a TV pundit.
Dave made his name originally taking Wimbledon from non-league football to Premiership status, playing the long ball game. His powers of motivation are legendary and he has often spoken at management functions on team building.
To many Newcastle United supporters of the modern generation, Peter Beardsley is recognised as the best player to have pulled on the black and white shirt. And without doubt the locally born striker ranks with the most eminent of men to have played for the club in its long history.
Peter Beardsley MBE
Richard Bevan is Chief Executive of the League Managers' Association an organisation he joined on the 1st January 2008 after 11 very successful years as Chief Executive of the Professional Cricketers' Association.
Bob is probably the only person ever to have been awarded an MBE by the Queen for after dinner speaking. Has made appearances on Countdown and has lots of sporting stories …always a hit with men of a certain age!
Bob 'the Cat' Bevan MBE
Susan is a media trainer, having been a broadcast journalist for over 20 years. She presented the early morning business show on LBC radio having previously worked for the BBC, Sky and ITV. Experienced host, VOG and presenter.
Sir Alan's assistant on The Apprentice and Vice Chairman of West Ham. Previously at Birmingham City, she turned the club form bankruptcy to profit, especially exploiting affinity deals - everything from credit cards to funerals! She was appointed to the House of Lords in 2014.
Sir Trevor Brooking CBE - Football player turned manager, on-air analyst and administrator.
Trevor Brooking CBE
Craig made his name internationally as Scottish national team football manager a post he was appointed to in November 1993 where he was both International Team manager and Technical Director. Craig had an outstanding record as Scotland Team Manager losing only five games in 27 competitive matches.
Former professional footballer and chairman of the Professional Footballer's Association. He has battled injury and depression, including a suicide attempt in Dec 2014, but has bounced back following a spell in rehab and is an inspiring speaker who can talk candidly on the subject.
Adrian Chiles - Former host of The One Show and Match of the Day 2 who is now back on 5 Live. A popular corporate presenter.
Relaxed yet authoritative TV presenter, radio broadcaster, newspaper columnist and event host. Champion of the underdog - football and consumer.