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> Me covering the Castle Donington Rock Festival in 1995 ‘ ’ ‘ ’ ‘ ’ ‘ ’ ‘ ’ © Sony BMG Entertainment © Warner Music Group Modesty is a word that just doesn't figure in Morrissey's vocabulary. But then he does have a fair bit to shout about and his arrogance isn't as misplaced as it might initially appear. In contrast to the crazy days of Joy Division, Peter Hook now appears refreshingly lucid and coherent. When he talks, he tugs his chin pensively, keen to set the record straight. Hook has become New Order's eloquent leader. Tommy Docherty was the first man to skipper and manage the national side. But it is as a manager that Docherty will be remembered. He was the last in a long line of old-fashioned bosses that included Shankly, Busby, Clough and Stein.