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On his return he had lost his explosive burst of speed and was now past his peak. In a Wembley World Cup qualifier against San Marino , Barnes was booed by an entire section of England fans after the whole team played poorly. Barnes later believed an article attributed to Jimmy Greaves in the Daily Mirror , which cited his supposed support for the West Indies cricket team and questioned his loyalty to the England team, had influenced the crowd to boo. He earned a surprise England recall in under Terry Venables and was in the squad in the run up to Euro '96 after improved form for Liverpool, although he was not selected for the final tournament squad despite England not having an established left-sided alternative.

Barnes' 79 caps 11 goals made him England's record capped black player for a time. Compared to his club form, he was never seen as a player who peaked wearing an England shirt. Bobby Robson described him as the "Greatest enigma" of his career; whilst including him for his all time dream team England squad of all the players he had picked as manager in his book "Against All Odds" placing him on the bench , he was baffled at Barnes's inconsistency.

He described Barnes as being a player of "the highest calibre" but sometimes being unable to reach for that bit extra when he or Captain Bryan Robson shouted at him to take more players on. Barnes has since said he felt the systems England played were "rigid" focusing on speed, aggression, and attacking through the centre rather than patient, passing play. He also said he could receive the ball as few as six or seven times in a game whereas at Liverpool he may receive it more than twenty times, and he had more freedom under Kenny Dalglish who did not ask him to stay on the left wing all the time.

England also had a very different system to Liverpool at the time, who were much more free-flowing, and later said that to have got the best out of him, they would have needed a similar system to the one used by Dalglish, which was never likely to happen. He also cited Glenn Hoddle and Chris Waddle as players he felt England were unable to get the best out of. Newspapers at the time of his England career even queried whether his disciplinarian upbringing in Jamaica to a military family and rumoured beatings as a child from his parents had contributed to his underperformance as an England footballer.

In , Tony Adams picked Barnes to be in his England dream team in his book Addicted , citing that Barnes "could pass, move, dribble, had Brazilian style movement In a "dream ticket" style move, Barnes was appointed head coach of Celtic on 8 June working under Kenny Dalglish as director of football. After his appointment he later re-registered himself as a player but never played a competitive game for Celtic. He was sacked 8 months into his tenure following a home 3—1 — Scottish Cup defeat by lower division Inverness Caledonian Thistle in February.

The result led to the newspaper headline, "Super Caley go ballistic, Celtic are atrocious". Kenny Dalglish took over first-team duties until the end of the season. Barnes entered discussions with the Jamaica Football Federation in September regarding the possibility of him managing the Jamaica national team. In February , Barnes told Sky Sports that he wanted to return to club management if the opportunity arose.

Instead, on 14 June he confirmed that he was to be appointed manager of League One side Tranmere Rovers. Former England international Tom Finney remarked that "players like John Barnes come along just once in a lifetime. Although he is widely regarded as among the most underperforming players, when compared to his club form, to wear an England shirt, Barnes was voted England's "greatest left foot" by readers of The Times in , ahead of Chris Waddle and Jimmy Greaves. More than , supporters worldwide voted for their 10 favourite players of all time, Barnes finished 5th behind Robbie Fowler 4th , Ian Rush 3rd , Steven Gerrard 2nd and the man that signed him three times for Liverpool, Newcastle and Celtic Kenny Dalglish 1st.

He also appears frequently as a selection in FourFourTwo magazine's Perfect XI, a choice in which current and former professional footballers select the best 11 players they have ever seen, played with or against, including selections by Michael Owen , Steve McManaman , Peter Beardsley , Ian Wright and Jamie Carragher. The rap portion of World in Motion is the most remembered part of the original song, becoming an iconic piece of English football culture in its own right, familiar to subsequent generations of England football fans not even born in Barnes was first married to and subsequently divorced Suzy and they have two sons and a daughter - Jamie, Jordan, and Jemma.

John's second wife is called Andrea and they have two daughters: Isabella and Tia, and a son: Alexander.

With fellow former footballers Les Ferdinand and Luther Blissett , he has founded Team48 Motorsport , a team aiming to promote young racing drivers of African-Caribbean background. However, the project never got off the starting line and the team failed to show up for any of the races. A few days after being sacked by Tranmere, Barnes was declared bankrupt. He has described the bankruptcy as a technicality, saying "The bankruptcy issue is a tax oversight which is being dealt with. He also worked as an ambassador for Save the Children.

Barnes has appeared on several shows and media outlets to promote his charity work, including a notable appearance on Soccer AM in February performing the "World in Motion" rap and a parody of the mistimed advert by ITV in the previous week's Everton vs. The show was edited with local presenters around the world. Barnes competed in the fifth series of Strictly Come Dancing which started in October His dance partner was Nicole Cutler.

They finished in seventh place. He was also the first male celebrity to receive a ten from the judges, which he got for his salsa.

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After an absence of nearly eight years, Barnes returned to football in late He agreed to run several coaching clinics across the Caribbean for young players with the possibility of them joining Premier League side Sunderland on trial. Barnes has suggested the American National Football League's controversial Rooney Rule , which requires teams to interview minority candidates for coaching positions, should be adopted by the Premier League.

In January , Barnes participated as a housemate on the twenty-first series of Celebrity Big Brother. On 21 February , Barnes was a guest on Question Time , commenting on racism and discrimination in society. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people named John Barnes, see John Barnes disambiguation.