Stuart Pearce MBE is a former England player and he was the manager of the England national under-21 team from 2007 to 2013. He also managed the Great Britain Olympic football team at the 2012 Olympics and managed the full England team before Roy Hodgson’s appointment.
Memorable though Paul Gascoigne’s Turin tears were when England exited the 1990 World Cup at the semi-final stage, the sight of a disconsolate Pearce after his penalty shoot-out miss against the West Germans was equally hard to shake. Later at Euro 96 after a successful spot-kick in the quarter-final shoot-out victory over Spain this was when we saw what England meant to Stuart Pearce. Still one of the most iconic images of England’s history.
Pearce was awarded an MBE for his services to football in 1998. Off the pitch, Stuart is a quiet, hardworking and determined individual, with a great knowledge of business and football. Now he has turned his attention to motivational and business speaking at director and sales level and can build a speech to suit a wide range of audiences including charity events and Sportsman's dinners.
We're collating our testimonials and will upload them soon, thanks for your patience