There have been some unexpected moments of British success at these Olympics. Take Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie, two men who considered packing in their sport after failing to be selected for Beijing, winning gold at the canoe slalom. Or Peter Wilson, stripped of funding by UK Sport in 2009 because he was not deemed good enough, shooting his way to gold in the double trap.
But the one we really didn't see coming has been mapped out on the football field: Stuart Pearce's emergence as a coach of thought and substance. His Great Britain team play a quarter-final tomorrow in the MillenniumRead More »from Pearce rejuvenating his reputation