Byline: MATT LAWTON
CONFESSION time with Paul Sturrock and the Southampton manager needs to say at least five Hail St Marys.
He admits to his failings as a father, his flirtations with insanity, his hunger for good food and his thirst for good wine, and the reasons why he suffers from insomnia.
Sturrock is sitting in his office at Southampton's training ground when he then owns up to what he ranks as two more sporting sins.
Not only did he lose his temper during Sunday's Premiership win against Liverpool, but he celebrated his side's goals as well. It was, he insists, completely out of character.
'If we score at Portsmouth this weekend you won't see me doing that again,' says a slightly embarrassed Sturrock. 'I don't normally celebrate goals. I'm normally too busy thinking about some aspect of the game. But after the whole build-up to the Liverpool match the goals just acted as a kind …