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CHANGING PLACES: Who would striker Simeon Jackson change places with in our PUSB matchday programme feature?

21 January 2015

See who Jackson would trade places with and you can see more fresh content from the Sky Blues squad in PUSB next Saturday...

Coventry City's award-winning match-day programme PUSB has been brimming with fantastic content this season from your Sky Blues squad.

One of the features to gain plenty of recognition among City fans this season has been 'Changing Places' where we ask each City player if they could change places with someone, who would it be!?

 It is one of the features which helped PUSB claim the League One programme of the year, from the Midlands Programme Club, along with many other exciting features. 

Check out one of our Changing Places from earlier in the season with Simeon Jackson below and remember, PUSB will be available around the Ricoh Arena on Saturday, January 31st for our home clash with Rochdale with lots of fresh new content!


WHO WOULD YOU CHANGE PLACES WITH?

I’m a big fan of royalty so I would say Prince William.

WHY PRINCE WILLIAM?

Because he’s a prince! I want to know what that’s like. It’s just different, not common (literally) and it’s something you are born into. You can train to become a better footballer, you could work hard to become a pop star but you can’t aspire to royalty. It’s not something you achieve, there’s only so many people who would ever be royal.

WHAT IS HIS BEST QUALITY?

He’s a caring guy, he’s a people person, a lot like hi mum Princess Diana in that way I guess. He’s a great example for the country, a great representative and he’s somebody I’ve seen gradually grow into that kind of role. He has a lot of good qualities really but especially in the way he is with the public and the way he carries himself.

As a Canadian technically they are our royal family as well because we’re part of the Commonwealth but we don’t have a royal family of our own really so it’s quite interesting to me.

WHAT IS YOUR BEST MEMORY OF HIM?

I remember watching Princess Diana’s funeral which was the first time I really recognised who William and Harry were. It must have a been a terrible day for them because they were so young but the way they conducted themselves under terrible circumstances was inspiring.

IF YOU COULD PICK ANY OF HIS QUALITIES FOR YOURSELF WHAT WOULD THEY BE?

Just how he is with people. He seems to have time for everybody, do the right thing, he throws himself into humanitarian causes and they’re the kinds of things I admire.

IF YOU COULD ASK HIM ONE QUESTION WHAT WOULD IT BE?

What kind of powers do you have? If you pushed the boat out what could you do, like could you march a herd of sheep down a busy street if you felt like it?

PROFILE
PRINCE WILLIAM
Age:  32
Birthplace:  London, England
Occupation:  Second in line to the English throne
Titles:  Prince William of Wales, Duke of Cambridge, His Royal Highness

BIOGRAPHY

Prince William is one of the world’s most recognisable figures and is currently second in line to succeed his grandmother and current Queen of England Elizabeth II.

The son of Prince and late Princess of Wales, Charles and Diana, ‘Wills’ has always lived a life in the spotlight but first received worldwide admiration for the way himself and his brother Harry conducted themselves during the funeral of their mother after her tragic fatal car crash in Paris in August 1997.

The king-to-be has grown into a shining ambassador for the Windsors and, after graduating from St Andrews University, began a career in the British military first as a lieutenant in the Blues and Royals and then earning his wings as a helicopter pilot which saw him join the Search and Rescue Force full-time.

He met his wife Princess Catherine while studying at university and the couple now have a son, Prince George of Cambridge, who celebrated his first birthday in July this year.

INTERESTING FACT

Prince Wiliam’s full but not-often heard name is William Arthur Phillip Louis and he is a direct descendant of William the Conqueror, the first king of Norman England.


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