Glenn Hoddle is a highly respected football manager and pundit.
He started his professional career with Tottenham Hotspur, joining the club as a schoolboy apprentice in 1974. After 377 appearances for Spurs and 88 goals, Hoddle moved to AS Monaco in 1987.
In the same year, he sang with team-mate Chris Waddle on the single ‘Diamond Lights’ reaching number 12 in the UK pop charts.
In 1991, Glenn moved to Swindon Town for a couple of years, followed by his move to Chelsea in 1993 where he finished his playing career in 1995.
As an international player, Glenn Hoddle made his debut in the 1980 UEFA European Football Championship against Bulgaria scoring in a 2-0 win at Wembley.
Hoddle made his 53rd and final appearance for England in the final group game of Euro 88.
After his professional playing career, Hoddle moved towards management. During a successful career he won the FA Cup with Chelsea, the League Cup with Tottenham and as the England manager led the national side to the World Cup final in 1998 and the European Championship final in 2000.
In 2007, Glenn Hoddle was inducted into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame which cited him as one of the most gifted English footballers of his generation.