photo courtesy of Per Hägglund
Age – 28 (I know I look younger)
Position – Defender (Player/Manager)
You have been at the club a few seasons now Stuart, what are the main differences you see now compared to back then? – Apart from the better standard of players/opposition I would say that the whole structure of the football club has moved forward at a very quick pace. I won’t go into all the details but would like to say LFC is lucky to have all its committee members
Who has been the most influential person during your footballing career ? - Paul Norris, one of may managers from back in England.
Goals must come few and far between for you Stuart, do you have any that stick out in your mind? None of the goals for LFC stick out but 10 years ago I scored my one and only hat-trick so any of them!
Which football stadium in the world would you most like to play at and why ? Easy – Upton Park – for obvious reasons.
Tell us how you normally prepare yourself on match days ? - Cup of tea, bowl of weetabix and kiss from Erica.
Do you have any superstitious rituals before matches, like standing on one leg while singing the Macarena as an example ? - Might try that one!, no not really…..when I played back home I was the ’wind up’ man on the team so basically every game I was making sure someone got stitched up! I’ve grown up since
List four people dead or alive that you would like to have a cold beer with and what would you talk about ? Genghis Khan, Alexander the great, Bobby Moore, and John Lyall…..I love history and football so those would be the topics.
Where do you see the club in five years time Stuart?
- My opinion is that the club will to continue to grow quickly, who knows where that will take us but I look forward to being a part of it.