Steve Round - Assistant Manager
Highly-ambitious, driven, shrewd and erudite - Steve Round is rightly regarded as one of the Premier League's elite young coaches.
Formerly a full-back of some promise at Derby County, Round's aspirations of on-pitch success were cruelly extinguished by injury at just 25.
Yet not unlike the late, great former Derby manager Brian Clough, a man whose own playing career was cut short, that painful blow left him with an unswerving determination to fulfil his ambitions through coaching.
And it speaks volumes about the man's passion, hunger and deep understanding of the game that, by the time he was 35, he had risen inexorably to the top and a key role within the England set-up.
That made him one of the youngest ever coaches to find full-time employment with the Three Lions and crystalised his wider perception as one of the finest exponents of British football coaching currently donning a tracksuit.
Spells working for North East giants Middlesbrough and Newcastle United bookended Round's involvement with England.
And when Alan Irvine departed his role as David Moyes' assistant in 2008, Round proved such a compelling candidate he was immediately headhunted for the role.