He's one of those managers you'd give your left leg to play for.
I've read the original and I'm really looking forward to reading the new chapters by Hilary and Willie's kids
When I joined it was at the same time that he came back to the club after running a few sports shops and it was very lucky for me, he saw something in me as a 16-year-old that he saw in himself
I've stated before that nine and 10 are my concerns and David is another option there
It's tough on a kid to leave the Crusaders when he was part of them winning the title
This work is potentially very important in terms of understanding how prostate cancer develops, but the results must now be confirmed in a larger number of prostate cancer samples.
He was incredibly smart, witty and friendly. Everybody's really devastated by this.
It's unbelievably freakish. It's an absolute tragedy. You're always worried about getting into a bike wreck, about getting hit by a car, but nobody would think about a tree falling on you. That's the last thing you would think of.
He lived for it. It was his life. The cycling team was his family out here. He was incredibly dedicated to the sport.
The good thing was we had a win, which will boost the confidence of the players, and I thought it was a pretty good spectacle. It's early days and we can't take too much out of these games, so we've got our feet firmly on the ground.
When I left Bradford and got a phone call from Dave Parnaby asking 'did I want to come back in?', I was delighted to accept. The whole buzz at the club at the moment is great for someone like me who is still learning and wanting to hopefully go into management in my own right at some point.