Soccer boss David Moyes is set to be tackled by some of Britain’s brightest students – at Cambridge University.
The Everton supremo will speak about his career as player and manager before facing questions at the Cambridge Union next month.
Moyes is joined on the new term’s bill by F1 great Sir Jackie Stewart and Friends star Lisa Kudrow.
Cambridge Union will also host comedian Tim Minchin, Made In Chelsea star Francis Boulle, political philosopher Michael Sandel and The West Wing actor Bradley Whitford.
Cambridge graduate turned supermodel Lily Cole and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales are also on the guest list.
Union president Joel Fenster said: “I am pleased that we are able to welcome speakers of such a high calibre, and from such a diverse range of backgrounds.
“I know there will be someone who will appeal to every member, whether they are interested in entertainment, philosophy, or sports.
“This is equally reflected in our debate motions, which are less politics-heavy than they have often been in the past.
“We have listened to members’ feedback and delivered speakers for every interest.
“The Cambridge Union continues to attract some of the most influential and engaging speakers of our time, and has done so for nearly 200 years.”