http://needananswer.com.au/assets/img/avatars/male.pngFootball was my passion, my life. Football was my everything, the reason why I jumped out of bed in the morning. When I was in school, I'd daydream about lifting a trophy, normally, the World Cup, Champions League or the Premier League and in doing this I have to admit, I got a lot of detentions, but, to be honest it was worth it as dreams are part of life. Now, well now I'm here, aged 22, managing Sassuolo, a side who were promoted to the Serie A in 2013, it may not be what I dreamed of being when I was a kid, but it's just as good, I'm doing something in Football. I'm a very chilled character, the fans have learnt that, even though I've been here a week. Media are all around me, constantly, it's fun being the person everyone wants to see, but that'll soon change when time goes by. Sassuolo are a club I have a passion for now, so many young players, with huge potential to grow and I want to aid them along the way, become a 'father figure' rather than a boss, I want to be like them, I prefer them calling me 'Owen' than 'boss' it's just the way I see fit really, no one is above anyone, we are all equal. The players are very focused, I had my first training session on Tuesday, everyone welcomed me and wished me a good morning and then put their heads down and worked very hard, with such drive and energy, no one slacked off at all, everyone tried their bests and I can see why we are predicted to be a big club in the future. I have to admit, I look forward to seeing everyone grow, but the players I look forward to the most are Berardi, Zaza and Sassone's, they're all young and you can see they have something special.