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That's why he's so fit now." Sir Alex Ferguson is "the best manager in the world, by a long way", but Strachan remains prominent among the others - John Beck, John Gregory, Graham Taylor, Atkinson, Glenn Hoddle, Craig Levein - under whom he has worked.
His three brothers all play instruments but Dublin's own interest in music only went as far as listening to jazz and gospel until he broke his ankle three games into his Manchester United career and decided to take up the sax. Fourteen years later, the hobby contributes to the image of the 36-year-old former Cambridge, United, Coventry, Aston Villa, Leicester and England player as one of the more interesting, rounded and likeable characters in football. No prizes for guessing which camp accommodates Dublin.I'm 36, this is my 20th season as a professional, I know what you can and can't do, when's a good time to have a drink and when's a bad time.I've played in Birmingham and Manchester where there are supporters of rival clubs too. You can't go wandering around Glasgow in the wrong areas."Now, even if I only have three-and-a-half months here, I can always say I played for Celtic." FACT FILE Born: April 22, 1969 in Leicester.