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Michael Dawson's Twitter10!

Posted on 1 June 2013  - 15:00

In a new feature on, we ask the players the questions you really want to know the answers to!

Michael Dawson's Twitter10!

Fans sent in questions by the thousands and we selected ten to put directly to the lads. First up for the Q&A, Michael Dawson…



Who are the best and worst dressed players at the club?

Daws: I can dig a few out here! Worst, but we have to be easy on him now, is Brad. The Americans like their baggy clothes, whereas the style now is a little tighter. Best, there are a few who have a go, Kyle Walker is pretty slick, Tom Huddlestone always looks alright.



Who's the funniest player?

Daws: There are few jokers, Kyle Naughton’s dry sense of humour and Tom Huddlestone.



If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

Daws: I’m sure my wife would say a few! I’m not too sure!



Worst taste in music at the club?

Daws: Kyle Walker is in charge on a matchday and some of his stuff is good, some is indifferent. Scott’s is pretty decent, a bit of Whitney in there.



What advice would you give to an aspiring footballer?

Daws: Dedication, commitment, things you have to sacrifice to get to the top. It takes a lot of time from a lot of people around you as well. I didn’t get to here without family and friends. Also, take on board everything people tell you.



Who's got the most other talents outside of football?

Daws: Ade can dance, but I’m sure anyone who saw the cricket video with Stuart Broad will know I’m not too bad at cricket.



Who would win in an arm wrestling competition?

Daws: Tom Huddlestone.



If you could invite any three people around for dinner, who would they be?

Daws: David Beckham and James Corden, they were brilliant together on Comic Relief. Those two and Peter Kay. That would be entertaining.



Who's the worst dancer at the club?

Daws: Tom Huddlestone says I dance the same, whether it’s to Whitney or R&B. He’s probably right.



Where do you keep the ketchup, in the fridge or the cupboard?

Daws: Fridge – there’s always one in the cupboard anyway in case we run out!