Just that, you know, there's been some high-profile cases lately and mine was a massive case, you know. Neil Wallis says it was a historic victory for press freedom, and I just felt that at the time when they got the second girl, when I had the injunction, they were trying everything they could, and if they got information illegally, then my injunction shouldn't have been lifted, and it may have helped some of the other footballers that have been in, you know, in -- trying to protect their private lives lately. You know, at the end of the day, they might be high profile, the John Terrys and Rio Ferdinands and Ryan Giggs, but what gets put in the paper does affect how them kids feel about them and at the end of the day, they're in the public and in the newspapers because they're excellent footballers. You know, John Terry gets the captaincy took off him by Capello. Well, did Capello want to take the captaincy off him? I presume not, because John Terry's a leader. I would have thought that he knew that if he didn't, then the press that he was going to get was going to be horrendous for him, and at the same time, Graham Souness stood by me at Blackburn. He said, "What happens in Garry's private life is private. It's nothing to do what's going on at the club and it only matters on the pitch what he does."