David Désiré Marc Ginolais a French former international football player who has also worked as an actor, model and football pundit...
The prospect of going home is very appealing.
It never ceases to amaze me the lengths that some people will go to to try and speak to me or meet me.
I played at the Sainte Maxime Beach Soccer Tournament, which was brilliant fun as usual.
I have found a flat on Merseyside and am settling down here. If I can keep playing and get back to full match fitness, I know I have a lot to offer still.
I know the game wasn't a classic, but the night was about more than that-it was about bringing back the memories and raising money for former heroes who have now fallen on hard times.
English football has just had a transfer window imposed for the first time, so it will be interesting to see how managers cope with the squads they have until it re-opens.
I have been inundated with offers to move into a career in television or film, and these, too, are tempting.
I have shaved my head. My flowing locks are now quite a bit shorter.
I loved being back out on the pitch. Although I have not been in full training, I felt pretty good.
White Hart Lane was always a place where I felt I belonged.
I am still feeling my calf strain, so I have been unable to train this week. I will again have to sit out the weekend action, but the lads are climbing ever higher to safety.
I have been keeping myself fit. I am going on holiday next week in the Mediterranean so that I can really unwind after the football season and have a rest.
I have been looking after the children. My wife has taken time off.
I have recently started acting lessons in south France, and I intend to commence acting lessons at Rada.
I am hoping to film another ad in the summer for Carte Noire.
I kept an interested eye on the transfer window in England, which opened and closed last month, and the lack of frantic activity just goes to show the current financial state of the game right now.
I went see the horror thriller, Hannibal. I am a massive fan of Anthony Hopkins. He is superb in the film.
Nice, the club where I started my career in 1983, want me to see out my playing days there.
The Centre is very important to me; it's about trust - about truth.
To spread a nice and good message to restore confidence among the fans around the world, because the fans are the most important thing.
I'm too tired to speak in English...
I am feeling razor-sharp. Training sessions are really good. I feel that I am in peak condition. I know that I am ready for action.
If I told my wife I was going to become a manager she'd say 'sign this then. Don't worry it's only a divorce. Au revoir'.
Football will always be my foremost passion.
Nearly 30,000 fans turned out to support the tribute match and provide one of the best atmospheres at the ground for ages. I was so happy to be part of it.
I am keeping an eye on events in the Premiership, and it has been an exciting start. I am also glad to see my old club Spurs starting well.
It has been fantastic to spend quality time with my children and to really bond with them. We have been cooking, cleaning, and of course playing.
My other interesting adventure this week was to be a wine critic for the Observer magazine. I had to nominate six of my favourites.
It has simply been a time of reflection.
I've always liked the Tottenham kit, but the new one is really beautiful and in any case it was fantastic to wear the Tottenham colours again.
The best thing now is to be positive about it, and hopefully the French team will resurface at the next World Cup as a force to be reckoned with.
I started off as a guest on the Wright and Bright radio show on Five Live with my old mates Ian and Mark. The banter with those two is always good.
I have no intention of hanging up my boots next season, I want to carry on playing, and I have already had one or two interesting offers to consider.
International football took centre stage this week, and England fans must be delighted with the two victories their team gained.