Football is, I can liken it to a religion. For some people, we are their only community that they actually, genuinely belong to. I’ve been a Wimbledon fan since the early 1970’s. I felt like home now. I felt part of a community. All the things that a young person would want to feel, I felt. So I sort of clap go on its roller coaster ride from Non-League and then winning the FA Cup. And then staying in the Premier League for 14 years and then all the way back to the championships, Selhurst park. And then that faithful day on May 28th 2002 when they decided to move Wimbledon FC to the place that shall not be named. Roundabout lane in Buckinghamshire. And I was one of the guys that thought it would be a very good idea if we started a new club and actually sat about doing so. So that’s how I ended up where I am now. I was the first commercial director of the club in 2002 and I’m still here. Well, at the start, the first several weeks of it were really punishing. I’ve embarked on 9 years of voluntary work for the club. Of which I put that above everything else. I sacrificed a lot of my family life. My parents didn’t see me from one month to the next, even though they only live a few miles away. And in the end it was like a bit of a deck of cards. And the business went. And our property went. All sorts of stuff went. But sometimes you’ve got a calling in life and this club has been my calling. And that is it. You know, it’s a passion. And a dream. And let’s face it: who wouldn’t wanna do what I’ve done? The important thing is that we have a club to support called Wimbledon. And we’re playing yellow and blue. And everyone knows exactly who we are and where we come from. So that was my real motivation for everything that we did. I’m really, really proud of what we’ve done and what the club stands for. ‘Cause this stadium, even if it’s just got 3000 in it, it’s still busy. There’s lots of reasons why I want to do what I wanna do. And the one thing that I will say is there’s a lot more to life than money. It’s a community thing. It’s a life thing. I’ve basically got nothing. But a lot of people think I’m the richest person that they know. But in points of facts it’s a massive honour. You’re part of a movement, a way of life. And I think that’s the thing that I’m probably proudest about of this club, is that we do serve our community in every way.