Series 18, Episode 17 - Ross Noble, Gary Lineker, Mary Portas, Gorillaz
He explains his stance over Triesman and believes England's bid for 2018 World Cup will survive controversy, saying: "It's quite damaging to the bid, so as an ambassador [to the bid] I thought I had to stand down [from the Mail on Sunday]... we have to focus on the strength of the bid."
He also believes Wayne Rooney is essential to England hopes for 2010: "Our chances would diminish drastically [without him]... he loves being the main man. We really need him fit..." - and thinks England's biggest challenge will be from Spain and Brazil.
He also rules himself out of ever being England manager: "No. It's such a difficult task," and misses the game but won't ever play again, "I miss the big moment, that's the big buzz you can't replace, [but] I'd be useless. I can't run any more... all I relied on was my speed."
Gorillaz performed On Melencholy Hill and Clint Eastwood.
- Friday 21st May 2010
- BBC One
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|Jonathan Ross||Host / Presenter|
|David Roper (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|David Wickenden (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Ian Parkin (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Stephen de Martin (as Four Poofs and a Piano)||Band|
|Suzi Aplin||Executive Producer|
|Addison Cresswell||Executive Producer|
|Karl Warner||Executive Producer|