The Unknown Man
I was in disbelief! How the hell was I even considered for the job. I mean I have not even said yes but this is a club I hold dear to my heart. I am apparently a player who is an Irish legend and although I was born in Ealing, I had a Irish mother and a Nigerian father but unfortunatly he dissapeared soon after conception and I was put up to be fostered when I was just four weeks old because Mum was terrified that her father would find out she had become pregnant outside marriage and in a interracial relationship and had traveled in secret to have her child, who was considered illegitimate.
When he was 5 years of age, one of the daughters of the family I had been fostered by came to his Mum to say they couldn't control him. At that stage his mother had him back for a number of days before having to put him into an orphanage. Despite being named on on my birth certificate, the admission form required the name of the father, hence he was known as Paul Nwobilo for a time. He was brought up in a number of orphanages in Dublin but had regular visits from his mother, as well as his sister, up until the time he left.
I have played for many teams in the past, St. Patrick's Athletic, and Derby are amongst two teams I have played for but it is my two Premiership sides that I will be remembered for. I spent 7 years at Manchester United where I played 163 times and I scored 12 goals. But I take the greatest pleasure out of representing Republic Of Ireland 83 times in 12 years spanning from 1985-1997 where I was able to play at the 1988 European Championship in West Germany. This was Rep. Of Irelands first ever major tournament and went on to also make Italia 90 and U.S.A 1994.
This will sure be a big change to my singing career now I am going to be managing in the Premier League.