Gary played for Spurs, Brighton, Portsmouth and England during his sparkling career. He was best known for his versatility, swopping from full-back to midfield without skipping a beat. Gary was voted BBC TV’s ‘Man of The Match’ at the 1983 Cup Final at Wembley, where he scored a dramatic equaliser in Brighton’s plucky 2-2 draw with Manchester United. Gary then moved to Spurs, where he scored in a penalty shoot-out to win the 1984 UEFA Cup Final. Gary won seven England caps and laid on a vital goal for Gary Lineker at the 1986 World Cup Finals in Mexico. After retiring, Gary enjoyed a successful coaching spell at Charlton Athletic, before focusing on his work as a soccer pundit with Sky Sports and Talk Sport Radio and also as a public and motivational speaker.