In 1991, while playing for Borehamwood, I was lucky enough to join in training sessions put on by Alex Welsh, one of the top goalkeeper coaches around back then (and still today). At one such session, I brought along a video camera, and afterwards I interviewed Tony Parks - he of the penalty saves that won Spurs the 1984 UEFA Cup - and then-Orient, future Wimbledon keeper Paul Heald. Both have a lot of interesting things to say, especially Tony, who is frank about the tough times and criticism that is part of a goalkeeper's lot. Please excuse my wonky, fake semi-accent. I assure you there is no trace of this today.