The Journey
Tony Adams

Eighty-nine

In 1989, Arsenal beat Liverpool to the title in the most dramatic fashion imaginable. Tony Adams, their captain at the time, tells his side of the story
The Journey
Gerry Francis

Fine margins

Former Tottenham and QPR manager Gerry Francis looks back on a playing and coaching career that spanned six decades
The Journey
Steve Holland

Blue run

During eight years at Chelsea, Steve Holland worked under José Mourinho, Carlo Ancelotti, Antonio Conte and more. He revisits his time at Stamford Bridge
The Journey

Level playing field

When Tim Sherwood was named Tottenham manager in 2013, he promoted Chris Ramsey to work as an assistant manager. The former QPR manager revisits
The Journey
Mick McCarthy

Flying the flag

Mick McCarthy famously led Ireland in difficult circumstances at the 2002 World Cup. He revisits a time when his Damien Duff-inspired team impressed
The Journey
Mark Robins

The seeds of recovery

Mark Robins has successfully guided Coventry City from League Two back into the Championship. He talks us through that very journey
The Journey
Pep Clotet

Checkmate

Pep Clotet, who assisted Garry Monk at Birmingham City after they worked together at Swansea, discusses learning at Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Espanyol
The Journey
Tony Pulis

Wembley and beyond

Tony Pulis led Stoke City to an FA Cup final and Europa League qualification in a particularly memorable period for them. The club favourite revisits that journey
The Journey
Robert Moreno

Take the risk

Robert Moreno worked with Luis Enrique before succeeding him as Spain’s head coach. Most recently in charge at Monaco, he spoke about his journey
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