Twenty questions with Steve Winterburn

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SteveWinterburnSteve Winterburn - the ultimate holiday package would include snow, sunshine, a romantic lady and a few bevvies!

Who are you? Steve Winterburn, Head Groundsman at Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club.

Family status? I have two children - Luke and Louise.

Who's your hero and why? I don't really have one ... my mother and father have my total respect though for the way they have worked hard and related to people and issues through their lives.

What is your dream holiday? To ski in the morning, sunbathe on a beach in the afternoon, and then out on the town in the evening ... for 14 nights!

What annoys you the most? Rude people ... manners cost nothing.

What would you change about yourself? Nothing really

Who wouldn't you like to be? Someone allergic to beer.

Favourite record, and why? Too many to choose from. Rock and dance tracks.

Who would you choose to spend a romantic evening with? A romantic lady, of course.

If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would do? Aston Martin dealer here I come!

If you were to describe yourself as a musical instrument, what would you be and why? A piano. Lots of parts, but all in order ... I think!

What's the best advice you have ever been given? Think first, speak after.

What's your favourite smell? Prawn curry.

What do you do in your spare time? See my children, exercise and have fun.

What's the daftest work related question you have ever been asked? What do you do outside of the football season?

What's your favourite piece of kit? Is that to take off the romantic lady?

What three words would you use to describe yourself? Logical, considerate, and fun.

What talent would you like to have? To be able to sing. It would also make Louise (my daughter) very jealous.

What makes you angry? Utility companies making excessive money out of the nation for their shareholders for supplying the basic needs for life.

What law/legislation would you like to see introduced? Additional assistant referees placed on the goal lines, as in some European competitions, should be introduced in our Premier/Football leagues to help control the games and make better judgements on fouls etc.

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