The Journey
Phil Neville

Seven Days A Week

Phil Neville discusses the journey he has been on with the England Women’s team, and why his coaching career has its roots in Manchester United’s youth academy
The Journey
Vicky Jepson

Worth it

Vicky Jepson managed Liverpool Women from 2018 until January 2021. Here, she reflect on the years she spent at the club, the growth of the WSL, sitting in the dugout at Anfield for a Merseyside derby, and how Hope Powell and Chelsea manager Emma Hayes helped her on her journey
The Journey
Pablo Aimar

Where I want to be

A talented playmaker for Valencia, Benfica and Argentina, Pablo Aimar is now head coach for the Argentina Under-17 team. Here, he talks of the influence on his philosophy of coaches including Marcelo Bielsa, Jorge Jesus and José Pékerman
The Journey
Ian Burchnall

Setting the tone

Ian Burchnall was named Notts County manager after a spell with Östersunds FK in Sweden, and talks about the challenges he faced succeeding Graham Potter
The Journey
Jordi Cruyff

Go for it

Jordi Cruyff explains how his time as a player and coach – and the influences of his father, Johan, and Sir Alex Ferguson – have helped as a sporting director
The Journey
Nigel Adkins

The power of together

Nigel Adkins led Southampton to the Premier League in 2010, but before then he made his name with Scunthorpe United, having started as a goalkeeper at Tranmere
The Journey
Paul Heckingbottom

Changing times

Paul Heckingbottom, once of Leeds and Barnsley, exclusively discusses the highs and lows of managing his hometown club, as he did after succeeding Lee Johsnon
The Journey
Veljko Paunovic

Reflection and Growth

Veljko Paunovic revisits his four-years at Chicago Fire and his move to Reading, and how those experiences have made him the manager he is today
The Journey
Steve Weaver


Norwich City’s head of football development Steve Weaver explains how they produce so many good young players and why it is important to create good people, too
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