disciplinarian


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The King, a strict disciplinarian, was fond of announcing that he had lived in fear of his father as had his father before him and he did not see why his children should be treated any differently.
MARTIN O'Neill has denied he is a strict disciplinarian - as long as his players produce the goods for him on the pitch.
Little is a strict disciplinarian and had reservations about signing Stan Collymore after the player's well-documented troubles at Anfield.
England boss Fabio Capello is known to be a tough disciplinarian and, while he has not said anything about it, Crouch admits he will be keeping his head down from now on.
His father, Marlon Sr, was a womaniser and disciplinarian prone to violent rages while his mother, Dodie, whom he adored, was analcoholic.
The disciplinarian selected for the Hampden tie has built an excellent reputation at UEFA for his hardline attitude.
Cohen, who played right-back in England's World Cup-winning team, said: "They say Capello is a disciplinarian and Alf was certainly that - a quiet disciplinarian.
Dame Ninette, a strict and sharp-tongued disciplinarian, put British ballet on the map, and discovered and nurtured stars like Margot Fonteyn.
Suker was keen to see out his contract which runs until 2000 but new coach Jose Antonio Camacho is a strict disciplinarian and is not impressed by the striker's well-publicised romance with TV personality Ana Obregon.
Strachan's reputation as a strong disciplinarian has also been noted by a board concerned at the "Spice Boys" image of Liverpool.
That may sound tame for a man who exploded into Villa Park last month saying: "The statement that I am a strict disciplinarian is not window- dressing.
The PSV Eindhoven coach is known in Holland as a tough disciplinarian - and he made it clear that anyone failing to meet his standards will be bombed out.