He’s the face of Sky Sports Football, team captain on Sky 1’s A League of their Own, and a devoted husband and father. We had an exclusive chat with Jamie Redknqpp, and here’s what he had to say…Jamie, A League of their Own goes from strength to strength, who’s been your favourite guest this series?I don’t know… I mean, I am golf mad and Roly Mcelroy is probably my favourite guest ever, he really through himself into it. Probably this series…. well actually the One Direction lads were great guests, because it was really different having them on. Forget what you think you know about them, they’re really down to earth lads and Harry had some great banter with Freddie although I don’t know how funny he found it. They were great.What about your ultimate dream guest?Tiger Woods!Would it ever happen?Not in a million years. No way. He’d be such a great guest but you can imagine how that would go!What are your thoughts on BT Sport so far?You know what, they’re doing great. I’m mates with people like Michael Owen you know, and from what I know, I think it’s really good. I’ll be honest, I’m at work every Saturday evening doing my Sky show, so I don’t get to watch it really.You were at the GQ awards and are always featured in men’s style and fitness mags. What’s your secret to keeping in shape?I don’t think it’s a secret, I don’t eat pasta, bread potatoes too late at night, although I do eat them. I think just like most people who want to keep fit, I still have beer and curry and have a good time, but I’m just careful.What grooming product couldn’t you live without?I’d say probably the Kiehl’s stuff. I like being outdoors quite a bit and I always use their stuff.Every year you’re linked to Strictly. Why won’t you say yes?I would rather eat my own hand. I’m not joking. It’s a good show, I respect anyone who does it, but I could not do it. I would be so self concious I would hate every second of it. The thought of wearing those tight outfits and trying to dance, it’s honestly horrendous. I actually think I would rather lose a hand.You’d struggle at golf though?Thats true! That’s true, but I can’t tell you how much I would hate it. It’s a good show, like I say, I respect anyone who does it, but I will never ever do that show. I could not dance for toffee!They do teach you to dance though, you do know that?I’ve heard it all before mate, I’ve heard how special the journey is and all that but no way.Why did you choose TV work over going into management?Great question, yeah. I don’t even know. Well, I think when I retired at 31 I wanted a couple of years out and then I wanted to get into coaching. Sky came along with the tv work and I haven’t looked back, you know working for Sky is great, it’s a dream job, I got lucky. Never say never, and I respect people like my Dad who are Managers.. I think it’s tough now though mate, players are getting harder to manage. Would you want to try and manage a millionaire twenty year old who doesn’t even look at you when you talk to him because he has no respect? I don’t think so. But down the line, I would love to coach I think.What are England’s chances of doing well in the next World Cup!Well we have to qualify first! If we don’t get through this group it would be a nightmare, I mean a real… I don’t want to say disaster but actually it would be for English football. People say we don’t have the talented players but I completely disagree with that. Completely disagree.Who’s the best English footballer right now then?Ross Berkley, no doubt about it. He’s got a gift. He’s got it all, he is our best footballer by a mile.Finally, you’re talking to me whilst picking up your son from school. I’m going to become a Dad next year so what’s your top tip for when I’m in the delivery room!Ah mate, that’s brilliant, good on you, my top tip….? Stay out of the way!! Actually Louise had to have a caesarian for medical reasons so it was a bit different for me, but it is the most incredible moment, honestly. The way I see it is I’ve got a little mate for life, he’s 9 years old and it’s just the best thing ever.