Someone who loves the game for the game’s sake.A man as happy sometimes, by his own admission, even happier giving his time for nothing for the sheer satisfaction of seeing kids succeed in life as he is pulling down a six figure salary and calling it a job.That’s one of the reasons the Norwegian has thrown his weight behind the Sunday Mail, the SFA and McDonald’s annual quest to recognise and reward the unsung heroes, the long servants, the community driven coaches, the dedicated souls fuelled only by the goodness of their hearts.Because he has been there himself.He has been there putting up nets, lining pitches, fostering hope, encouraging dreams. With his own daughters, with their pals, with boys’ clubs in Skien and Stavanger.He understands that without that spirit of giving without receiving, there’s noprofessional game, no pathway.And in a revealing interview, the Treble chasing boss provided a rare insight into his own experiences and his fears for a society at home whose selfishness could end up being their game’s downfall. Speaking exclusively to MailSport to launch the 12th year of the Grassroots Awards, Deila talked about:His 7km walks from his family farm to play the game he loved as a kid.The Spurs supporting coach who was the inspiration for his football principles.How Norway’s affluence has killed off the spirit of the voluntary sector.His pride at rearing international class girls while coaching his daughters’ team.Celtic Manager Ronny Deila speaks to the Sunday Mail’s Gordon WaddellDeila admitted: “The men and women who put so much into football like this they humble you.”And I understand it because when you are into it, it’s so much fun.”The satisfaction I get from coaching a kids team is almost bigger than doing”I’ve coached my twin girls, Live and Thale, and their teams since they were small.”I love coaching kids.
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