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I decided I wanted another two. I remember the night before, he facetimed me. The next day, he scored a hat-trick. Rhian had missed a few chances in the first game. He came into the medical room and he was a bit put out. So the doc kept his word and now has a dog — a cockapoo, I think — named after him. It was more like a family or a brotherhood.
We were so relaxed going into every game. Other teams would be looking straight ahead in the tunnel. Our players would all be chatting to each other. It was like a kickabout with your mates. Then we would go out there and do the business. From a coaching point of view, he was unbelievable. And we were never there just to hope for the best. It was always the aim to win it. Steve kept reminding us about why we were there: to win it, and win it well. It was two in the morning. We were really hungry and we ordered some room service.
He could have gone mad! But he was such a nice human being, we ended up having a laugh about it. They were all at the front of the plane, we were all at the back and we were playing them the next day — that was a weird one. They were one of the best teams we ever played, moving the ball so quickly you could barely follow it. We were pressing and, as we were getting there, they were playing it around us. I remember getting in at half-time and the assistant coach, Mike Marsh, had a few words with us.
There was no doubt that the coaching staff felt there could be improvements though. We needed that tough love. And it worked. Once we had beaten them, we had the confidence to beat anyone. That was the game that stood out to me. The concentration levels went up. It became much more serious. But I just felt we wanted it more than them. Rhian, for example, getting the hat-trick. He wanted to score so badly that he was never going to miss those chances. That was paradise!
The third goal was the important one. It was , my legs were finished, and we just broke away and scored. I wanted to celebrate. I went straight to the bench. I wanted everybody to be excited. That was a mad feeling. The celebration for me running to the dugout was because of the moment. He was the one putting on the music. He was the one getting up dancing. If we needed some energy, he would pick the boys up. It was a seven or eight-week camp and you can get sick of seeing people.
But people like Rhian made it so much easier. We wanted it so bad. Leading up to the game, everything was spot on. Everyone was 10 minutes early for meetings, everyone was 10 minutes early for training. We had messages from our parents. A few of the lads were crying. I was emotional — a lot of the lads were. There was a song playing over the top.
It was properly intense. Then we were given envelopes and, inside each, there was a message from our families, telling us how proud they were. A lot of us got emotional. On my video, it was my sister and my uncle. That gave us an extra reason to win it. I remember going to the game. We all had headphones in. We were all concentrating. It had 14 songs. I tried to make a mix to get the lads going. He knew how much it helped to have a tight-knit group.
He wanted us to play forward and with freedom. He had his system, he wanted us to do certain things, but we had the freedom to play. By the time we got out for the game, it was loud, it was packed. You had to go over a race track, then you had billboards, then some fencing. They felt so far away but the sound was like they were really close. Normally you zone out from the crowd.
It was weird, though, because we all know where our families were. They had flags and pictures and signs of us. McDonnell engineers told him of the importance of lightening the vehicle as much as possible, so Glenn began exercising to lose the 30 pounds he estimated that he was overweight. Of graduates of test pilot schools, matched the minimum standards. Only the height requirement was strictly enforced, owing to the size of the Project Mercury spacecraft.
Glenn was otherwise so outstanding a candidate that Colonel Jake Dill, his commanding officer at test pilot school, visited NASA headquarters to insist that Glenn would be the perfect astronaut. For an interview with Charles Donlan, associate director of Project Mercury, Glenn brought the results from the centrifuge to show that he had done well on a test that perhaps no other candidate had taken.
Donlan also noticed that Glenn stayed late at night to study schematics of the Mercury spacecraft. Because of his Bureau of Aeronautics job, Glenn was already participating in Project Mercury; while other candidates were at Wright, on March 17 he and most of those who would choose the astronauts visited the McDonnell plant building the spacecraft to inspect its progress and make changes.
While Glenn had not scored the highest on all the tests, a member of the selection committee recalled how he had impressed everyone with "strength of personality and his dedication". On April 6 Donlan called Glenn to offer him a position at Project Mercury,   one of seven candidates chosen as astronauts.
He had the hottest record as a pilot, he was the most quotable, the most photogenic, and the lone Marine. A few minutes after liftoff, it exploded spectacularly, lighting up the night sky. The astronauts were stunned. Shepard turned to Glenn and said: "Well, I'm glad they got that out of the way. The group also received hands-on training, which included scuba diving and work in simulators.
The astronauts divided the various tasks between them. Glenn's specialization was cockpit layout design and control functioning for the Mercury and early Apollo programs. Glenn was the backup pilot for Shepard and Grissom on the first two crewed Project Mercury flights, the sub-orbital missions Mercury-Redstone 3 and Mercury-Redstone 4. Putting a man in orbit would achieve one of Project Mercury's most important goals.
The numeral 7 had originally been the production number of Shepard's spacecraft, but had come to represent the Mercury 7. Glenn named his spacecraft, number 13, Friendship 7, and had the name hand-painted on the side like the one on his F had been. Glenn spent 25 hours and 25 minutes in the spacecraft performing hangar and altitude tests, and 59 hours and 45 minutes in the simulator. He flew 70 simulated missions and reacted to simulated system failures.
There were eleven delays during the countdown due to equipment malfunctions and improvements and the weather. During Glenn's first orbit, a failure of the automatic-control system was detected.
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