There is nothing the super soaraway Sun loves more than an English sportsman with the so-called ‘bulldog spirit’. Well, perhaps t**s. And so it is no surprise that they cannot get enough of Stuart Pearce, a man who embodies the bulldog spirit and is, quite possibly, a t*t.
What is he up to you ask, well according to the soaraway he is joining Fabio Capello’s England revolution (actual revolutionary factor to be confirmed, he might be rubbish). According to the paper:
‘STUART PEARCE is being earmarked as Fabio Capello’s successor.
Trevor Brooking, the FA’s director of football development, has been desperate to get some English involvement into the Capello regime.’
Good old Trev, blitz spirit and all that, but in reality it’s not all that easy, is it? The paper continues:
There is a furious debate about how Pearce can have any role with the senior team when he is working with the Under-21s.
Most of their internationals take place the day before the senior games meaning Pearce could only be around on the night of the match itself.
However, Pearce, 45, who had an unsuccessful spell as Manchester City boss, may be in the stands as an observer to learn the ropes.
Ah, of course, watching the match from the stands, that’ll make him the next Sir Alf Ramsey. All a bit token isn’t it?