6. Dream a Dream
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In the sixth episode of Outside the Box, Jermain discusses where he is on his coaching journey as he continues to work with the under-18s at the Tottenham Hotspur Academy. He looks at the work he's done so far, what he's gained from the experience, and compares his current job to his former one - scoring goals - to discover that there's nothing quite like the feeling of being a professional footballer. However, he still loves the feel of the grass under his feet and working with the academy is providing him with a much needed link to the game he loves so much. In weighing up his future as a manager, Jermain has had some thoughts about who his assistant might be. But before he makes a final decision, he goes to speak to his former manager Harry Redknapp, and to the current Derby County number two, Richie Barker, to discuss the role of a number two and the sorts of things he should be looking for. The pair tell him that above all else, he needs to surround himself with experience. One of the issues that Jermain is getting to grips with is the confidence to get up and speak in front of a team, to use his voice and his body language to convey the right messages. So, he brings in an unlikely pair of allies: Chris and Lucy Key who have been actors and directors in some of the biggest stage shows in Britain and who currently work with the West End show Les Miserables. Together, they show Jermain what he needs to do to use his voice to command a room, giving him simple tools to work with players and the press.… continue reading