Andy Sinton is a former professional footballer with 12 England caps to his name, including appearance a Euro 1992. He made over 650 professional appearances with the bulk of his time spent playing in the Premier League for QPR, Sheffield Wednesday and Tottenham Hotspur. He later went onto manage Fleet Town and AFC Telford United in the Conference. In conversation with Graham Daniels, he tells us about how we got selected for Euro 1992 and what it’s like being a Christian in the dressing room and also as a manager.
In this episode we look at:
The mental toughness needed to be a top level sportsperson
What it’s like to get selected for your country at a major tournament
How to represent Christ as a player and manager in the dressing-room
The importance of the local church to the life of a Christian
and much more…including some pre-Euro 2016 predictions!
Produced with Effie Productions