Former Manchester United and England hope John Curtis has given a fascinating insight into his career.
He spoke to the Portsmouth News about his Premiership career and the pressures of living up to the hype of being ‘England’s next bit thing’
He made his final Premiership appearance playing for Portsmouth and the News wanted to know about his time on the South Coast – but the interviewed covered his entire career.
Curtis, now living in a stunning home in Connecticut with his wife Claire, and two sons George and Oliver, and running NCE Soccer began his career at United, before going on to play for Blackburn Rovers, Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest and Leicester City.
He accepts his footballing education at Old Trafford was the best – and he is adamant he has no regrets about how his career ultimately panned out.
He talks about the pressures of success, and the expectation on his future – he remains the most capped England schoolboy of all time – and his career choices.
Read the full interview – via this link