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Thought this might relieve the stress that's about this week :lol:

There have been some great football quotes down the years, from players, managers, chairmen, commentators, pundits, etc...., so what are your favourites?

I'll start the ball rolling: -

Ron Harris - “John Terry plays in a similar way to me - although the difference is that when he tackles someone, the guy gets up afterwards.â€

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I know he was boss of the Scouse but the bloke was the best bit of istory they've got...

Bill Shankley

"Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I don't like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that."

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The legendary Ian Holloway:

“To put it in gentleman's terms, if you've been out for a night and you're looking for a young lady and you pull one, you've done what you set out to do. We didn't look our best today but we've pulled.

Some weeks the lady is good looking and some weeks they're not. Our performance today would have been not the best looking bird but at least we got her in the taxi.

She may not have been the best looking lady we ended up taking home but it was still very pleasant and very nice, so thanks very much and let's have coffee.â€

One of the best ever!

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not a quote as such but seeing one from Bobby Robson there has reminded me...

Interviewer: "Do you have a nickname?"

Shola Ameobi: "No, not really"

Interviewer: "So what do the boys call you?"

Shola Ameobi: "Shola"

Interviewer: "And what does Bobby Robson call you?"

Shola Ameobi: "Carl Cort"


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He's a player you only miss when he's not playing

Graham Taylor

We are not as good we think we are. We need to go out and prove that

Steve McClaren

Fourth spot is what we are aiming for. We don't want to be second best

Phil Neville

Gary Neville was the captain and now Ryan Giggs has taken on the mantelpiece

Rio Ferdinand

Football is like a roundabout. Sometimes you are up and sometimes you're down

Radio 5 Live reporter

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not a quote as such but seeing one from Bobby Robson there has reminded me...

Interviewer: "Do you have a nickname?"

Shola Ameobi: "No, not really"

Interviewer: "So what do the boys call you?"

Shola Ameobi: "Shola"

Interviewer: "And what does Bobby Robson call you?"

Shola Ameobi: "Carl Cort"


Is that somehow related to this Sir Bobby quote:

"He's not the Carl Cort that we know he is." :wub:

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Player: 'Boss can I have a quick word?'

Gordon Strachan: 'Yeah.......Velocity'' and carried on walking past.

More gems from Strachan:

Reporter: So, Gordon, in what areas do you think Middlesbrough were better than you today?

Strachan: What areas? Mainly that big green one out there

"If a Frenchman goes on about seagulls, trawlers and sardines, he's called a philosopher. I'd just be called a short Scottish bum talking crap."

"You have to remember that Agustin Delgado was virtually up against their youth team. I have never seen so much acne on a football pitch."

Reporter: Welcome to Southampton Football Club. Do you think you are the right man to turn things around?

Strachan: No. I was asked if I thought I was the right man for the job and I said, "No, I think they should have got George Graham because I'm useless."

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Terry Neill on George Best after Northern Ireland v Uruguay

"George was set upon by two defenders whose orders must have been to maim him, but he took them on like a matador, weaving away out of distance of their savage tackles"

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Ron Harris, when asked if like Jack Charlton he had a black book with the names of players to get revenge on: "I never needed a black book. I've always had a good memory."

Tommy Docherty: "He can trap a ball further than I can kick it"

Kevin Keegan: "The Germans only have one player under 22, and he's 23"

Jose Mourinho: "If I wanted an easy job I would have stayed at Porto: beautiful blue chair, the UEFA Champions League trophy, God, and after God, me"

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"Thinking he was in it, Ossie wound Jack Charlton up about his little black book. Jack had talked about it on TV, and it was supposed to contain the name of a player he intended to sort out, so to speak. 'It's not for you,' Jack told Ossie, 'It's for that twat next to you.' I was that twat".

Ian Hutchinson

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"You're always going to be struggling if you haven't got a left foot" Trevor Brooking

"I felt a lump in my throat as the ball went in" Terry Venables

"The Newcastle back three, back four, back five have been at sixes and sevens" Barry Venison

"For such a small man Maradona gets great elevation on his balls" David Pleat

"Where do you get an experienced player like him with a left foot and a head" Bobby Robson

"David Suker has a left leg and a nose in the box" Arsene Wenger

"Michael Owen is a goalscorer, not a natural born one, not yet, that takes time" Glen Hoddle.

"The 33 or 34 year olds will be 36 or 37 by the time the next World Cup comes around, if they are not careful" Ron Atkinson

"Without picking anyone in particular I thought Mark Wright was tremendous" Graeme Souness

"My parents have been there for me ever since I was about 7" David Beckham

Ray Clemence: "Sorry boss, I should have kept my legs together"

Bill Shankley: "Wrong, it's your mother who should have"

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It's 1-1, an exact reversal of the score on Saturday."

Radio 5 Live commentator

"I always used to put my right boot on first, and then obviously my right sock."

Barry Venison

"A tremendous strike which hit the defender full on the arm - and it nearly came off."

Kevin Keegan

"Lampard fired straight through the middle of a non-existent wall."

Paul McKenna

"A win would be better than a draw."

Denis Law

"The header was cleared off the line by the crossbar."

Simon Brotherton

" Barnsley have started off the way they mean to begin."

Chris Kamara

"The substitute is about to come on - he's a player who was left out of the starting line-up today."

Kevin Keegan

"Ruud Gullit was able to impose his multi-lingual skills on this match."

John Motson

"At this stage of the season I just tell the players to get points under their bags."

George Graham

"He's carrying his left leg, which, to be honest, is his only leg."

Steve Coppell

"Think of a number between 10 and 11."

Ron Atkinson

" England have the best fans in the world and Scotland 's fans are second-to-none."

Kevin Keegan

"He says that he will walk away from the game when his legs go."

Radio Commentator

"I'd love to be a mole on the wall in the Liverpool dressing room at half-time."

Kevin Keegan

"Julian Dicks is everywhere. It's like they've got eleven Dicks on the field."

Radio commentator

"Unless the chairman decides to sack me, I won't be quitting."

Carlton Palmer

"Football's like a big market place and people go to the market every day to buy their vegetables."

Bobby Robson

"Michael Owen - he's got the legs of a salmon."

Sky TV commentator

"Robbie Keane's not the second choice, he's my first choice. But Jermain Defoe is as well."

Martin Jol

"Luis Figo is totally different to David Beckham, and vice versa."

Kevin Keegan

"I don't want to be either partial or impartial."

Frank McLintock

"The lads really ran their socks into the ground."

Alex Ferguson

"Ally McCoist will always get you a goal, whether he's playing or on the bench."

Mark Hateley

" Liverpool will think 'we could have won this 2-2'"

Ron Atkinson

"That was only a yard away from being an inch-perfect pass."

Murdo MacLeod

"The best thing for them to do ( Ireland ) is to stay at 0-0 until they score the goal."

Martin O'Neill

"The Germans only have one player under 22, and he's 23."

Kevin Keegan

"If I was still at Ipswich , I wouldn't be where I am today."

Dalian Atkinson

"We ( England ) haven't been scoring goals, but football's not just about scoring goals. It's about winning."

Alan Shearer

"If you want change, you've got to stick with it."

Terry Venables

"You get bunches of players like you do bananas, though that is a bad comparison."

Kevin Keegan

"If we played like that every week, we wouldn't be so inconsistent."

Bryan Robson

"Well, Clive, it's all about the two Ms - movement and positioning."

Ron Atkinson

"That's twice he ( Terry Phelan ) has got between himself and the goal."

Brian Marwood

"Anyone who takes drugs should be hammered."

Andy Gray

"There are 0-0 draws and 0-0 draws, and this was a 0-0 draw."

John Sillett

"Not many teams will come to Arsenal and get anything, home or away."

Kevin Keegan

"You can't say my team aren't winners. They've proved that by finishing fourth, third and second in the past three seasons."

Gerard Houllier, showing that Liverpool weren't winners!

"Unfortunately, we keep kicking ourselves in the foot."

Ray Wilkins

"I felt a lump in my throat as the ball went in."

Terry Venables

"Michael Owen to Newcastle is the biggest transfer of the season so far - and it will be until there's a bigger one."

Jim White

"Yes, six inches either side of the post and that would have been a goal."

Radio commentator

"I've had an interest in racing all my life, or longer really."

Kevin Keegan

"It's a lot harder to play football when you haven't got the ball."

Andy Gray

"It's not as good as Adams ' challenge, but it's on a par."

Ron Atkinson

"That would have been a goal if it wasn't saved."

Kevin Keegan

" Derby County won't be pulling up any flowers in the Championship this season."

Radio commentator ( Derby finished fourth!)

"Every single seat is absolutely packed."

Ron Jones

"I can learn as much from Darius Vassell as he can from me - but he can learn more"

Andrew Cole

"We must have had 99 per cent of the match. It was the other three per cent that cost us."

Ruud Gullitt

"The tide is very much in our court now."

Kevin Keegan

"He'll probably wake up having sleepless nights about that one."

Alan Parry

"For those of you watching who do not have television sets, live commentary is on Radio 2."

David Coleman

"We had already beaten them 4-0 and 7-0 earlier this season, so we knew we were in for a really tough game today."

Barry Ferguson

"We had two shots saved off the line by the post."

Craig Brown

"He ( Michael Owen ) is a good goalscorer, not a natural born one - not yet. That takes time."

Glenn Hoddle

" Gary always weighed up his options, especially when he had no choice."

Kevin Keegan

"Someone in the England team will have to grab the ball by the horns."

Ron Atkinson

"Players prefer the FA Cup because it's the end of season curtain-raiser."

Peter Withe

"Goals change games."

Ron Atkinson

"You can't do better than go away from home and get a draw."

Kevin Keegan

" Germany are a very difficult team to play - they had eleven internationals out there today."

Steve Lomas

"If you gave Arsene Wenger eleven players and told him to pick his team, this would be it."

Andy Gray

"If you need just a first eleven and four others, why did Columbus sail to India to discover America ?"

Claudio Ranieri and the question which I'm sure has been on all our minds!

"To be a good player in the Premiership you have to perform on the pitch, as it is everywhere."


"Well, Harry, fifth place last year, how can you better that?"

Fergus Sweeney

"Henning Berg, one of the players classified as a foreigner, which obviously as a Norwegian is something he's used to."

Radio commentator

"It's nice for us to have a fresh face in the camp to bounce things off."

Lawrie Sanchez

"Footballers are no different from human beings."

Graham Taylor

"I have seen players sent off for far worse offences than that."

Alan Brazil

"Well, either side could win it, or it could be a draw"

Ron Atkinson

"And Seaman, just like a falling oak, manages to change direction."

John Motson

"They compare Steve McManaman to Steve Heighway and he's nothing like him, but I can see why - it's because he's a bit different."

Kevin Keegan

"And some 500 Italians made the trip, in a crowd of only 400."

Radio Commentator

"What do you think of Manchester United's three Rs - Rooney, Ronaldo and van Nistelrooy?"

Rob McCaffrey

"Goalkeepers aren't born today until they're in their late twenties or thirties."

Kevin Keegan

"That could have been his second yellow card ? if he'd already got his first one of course"

Trevor Brooking

"The game is balanced in Arsenal's favour."

John Motson

"If you don't score you are not going to win a match."

Bobby Robson

"If you can't stand the heat in the dressing-room, get out of the kitchen"

Terry Venables

"I don't want to compare Bowditch to Matt Le Tissier, but the way he scored his goal was similar to Matt."

Joe Royle

"The ref was vertically 15 yards away."

Kevin Keegan

"He may well yet pull his team from the edge of the cliff by the scruff of its neck into the land of milk and honey."

Jonathan Hayward

"Beckenbauer has really gambled all his eggs."

Ron Atkinson

"....and so they have not been able to improve their 100% record."

Radio Commentator

"If history is going to repeat itself I should think we can expect the same thing again."

Terry Venables

"The game has gone rather scrappy as both sides realise they could win this match or lose it."

Kevin Keegan

"I'd like to play for an Italian club, like Barcelona "

Mark Draper

"If it stays as it is I can't see it altering."

Graham Taylor

"As with every young player these days, Ronaldo is 18."

Alex Ferguson

"Hodge scored for Forest after 22 seconds - totally against the run of play."

Peter Lorenzo

"We don't want our players to be monks. We want them to be better football players because a monk doesn't play football at this level."

Bobby Robson

"Don't tell those coming in the final result of that fantastic match, but let's just have another look at Italy 's winning goal."

David Coleman

"I couldn't settle in Italy - it was like living in a foreign country."

Ian Rush on his spell at Juventus

"I never comment on referees and I'm not going to break the habit of a lifetime for that prat."

Ron Atkinson, breaking the habit of a lifetime!

"You're on your own out there with ten mates."

Michael Owen

" Argentina are the second best team in the world and there is no higher praise that that."

Kevin Keegan

"At this level, if five or six players don't turn up, you'll get beat."

Kevin Keegan yet again.

"I can see the carrot at the end of the tunnel."

Stuart Pearce

"I would not be bothered if we lost every game as long as we won the league."

Mark Viduka

"I came to Nantes two years ago and it's much the same today, except that it's completely different"

Kevin Keegan, should they be called Keeganballs!

"And I honestly believe we can go all the way to Wembley - unless somebody knocks us out."

Dave Bassett

"All the cul-de-sacs are closed for Scotland ."

Joe Jordan

He dribbles a lot and the opposition don't like it - you can see it all over their faces"

Ron Atkinson

"I want to win the Nobel Peace Prize - and I'm going to fight as hard as I can to make it happen."


"The underdogs will start favourites for this match."

Craig Brown

"At 6 foot 7 Peter Crouch isn't as tall as he looks."

Gabby Logan

"Chris Porter scored his first league goal last week, and he's done the same this week."

Jeff Stelling

"The Belgians will play like their fellow Scandinavians , Denmark and Sweden ."

Andy Townsend

" Ireland will give 99% - everything they've got."

Mark Lawrenson

"In some ways, cramp is worse than having a broken leg."

Kevin Keegan

"The game is in a neutral country for both teams."

David Beckham

"Mirandinha will have more shots this afternoon than both sides put together."

Malcolm Macdonald

"Michael Owen is irreplaceable, but Sven has Emile Heskey, James Beattie, Wayne Rooney and Darius Vassell and whoever he picks can do the job."

David Platt

"I don't want to give Robbie Blake any praise, but he was superb."

Steve Cotterill

"The first 90 minutes of the match are the most important."

Bobby Robson

"If Villa got another goal now it would change the scoreline completely."

Tony Cottee

"It all went a bit grape-shaped."

Jason McAteer

"I don't think there's anyone bigger or smaller than Maradona."

Kevin Keegan

"He's started anticipating what's going to happen before it's even happened."

Graeme Le Saux

"That kind of ball is meat and two drink for the Palace defence."

Denis Irwin

"Paolo di Canio is capable of scoring the goal he scored."

Bryan Robson

"I don't know why we aren't scoring as we're keeping clean sheets."

Edwin van der Sar

"If Glenn Hoddle had been any other nationality, he would have had 70 or 80 caps for England ."

John Barnes

"I wouldn't be surprised if this game went all the way to the finish."

Ian St John

" Ireland have won a corner, and it's in a very good position."

RTE commentator

"It would be foolish to believe that automatic promotion is automatic in any way whatsoever."

Dave Bassett

"If you count your chickens before they have hatched, they won't lay an egg."

Bobby Robson

"That was a inch perfect pass to no one."

Ray Wilkins

" Nicolas Anelka left Arsenal for £23million and they built a training ground on him. "

Kevin Keegan

" There was nothing wrong with the performance, apart from throwing away the game. "

Glenn Hoddle

"We were in an awkward position against Yugoslavia in that in order to win we needed to score more goals than they did."

Jose Antonio Camacho

"Owen scores and breaks Lineker's competitive scoring record. Although this being a friendly it doesn't actual count, so he hasn't quite done it yet."

John Motson

"If I had a blank piece of paper there'd be five names on it.?

Kevin Keegan

"Don't ask me what a typical Brazilian is because I don't know what a typical Brazilian is. But Romario was a typical Brazilian.?

Bobby Robson

"He's unpleased about that.?

Mark Bright

"I'm a firm believer that if the other side scores first, you have to score twice to win.?

Howard Wilkinson

"Our target is to get into the play-offs. If not, we want automatic promotion.?

Dennis Oli of Grays Athletic ? things must be different in the non-league world!

"We didn't underestimate them - they were just a lot better than we thought.?

Bobby Robson

"In terms of the Richter scale this defeat was a force 8 gale.?

John Lyall

"That's not the type of header you want to see your defender make, with his hand.?

Ron Atkinson

"I don't blame individuals, I blame myself.?

Joe Royle

" Chesterfield 1 ? Chester 1. Another score draw there in that local derby.?

Des Lynam

"Steve McManaman once described Zinedine Zidane as ridiculous. You can't get a higher compliment than that.?

Jason McAteer

"Chris Waddle is off the pitch at the moment ? exactly the position he is at his most menacing.?

Gerald Sinstadt

"If someone in the crowd spits at you, you have just got to swallow it.?

Gary Lineker

"I never make predictions and I never will.?

Paul Gascoigne, making a prediction!

"I never make forecasts but whoever wins that game will win the final.?

Ken Bates doing a Gascoigne

"I'm not trying to make excuses for David Seaman but I think the lights may have been a problem.?

Kevin Keegan - making excuses for David Seaman

"He must be lightning slow.?

Ron Atkinson

"Jermaine Jenas is a fit lad. He gets from box to box in all of 90 minutes.?

Bobby Robson

"As a striker, you are either in a purple patch or struggling. At the moment, I'm somewhere in between.?

Bob Taylor

"When you are 4-0 up you should never lose 7-1.?

Lawrie McMenemy

"One thing about Germany ? they'll be organised, they'll be big and they'll be strong."

Ally McCoist

"A game is not won until it is lost."

David Pleat

"The lad got over-excited when he saw the whites of the goalposts's eyes."

Steve Coppell

"Steve Bruce is like a cat on hot tin bricks."

Alvin Martin

"As one door closes, another one shuts."

Howard Wilkinson

"Yeading was a potential banana blip for Newcastle ."

Bobby Robson

"Maths is totally done differently to what I was teached when I was at school."

David Beckham (and English was probably teached differently as well)

"I'd love the person who taught Jose Mourinho English to taught me."

Steve Claridge, who may have gone to the same school as David Beckham!

"Even though two and two might look like four, it could be three or five."

Kevin Keegan getting close to the right answer

"Mark Hughes crossed every I and dotted every T."

Robbie Savage getting it all wrong!

"Ogrizovic was in two minds as to whether to go or stay and in the end he did neither."

Radio commentator

"Real's second goal made it 3-0."

Des Lynam

"Yes, he is not unused to playing in midfield, but at the same time he's not used to playing there either."

Emlyn Hughes

"They've picked their heads up off the ground, and they now have a lot to carry on their shoulders."

Ron Atkinson

"People will look at Bowyer and Woodgate and say ? Well, there's no mud without flames '."

Gordon Taylor

"We actually got the winner three minutes from the end but then they equalized."

Ian McNail

"There's such a fine line between defeat and losing."

Gary Newbon

"Viv Anderson has pissed a fatness test."

John Helm

"If you cut Jamie Carragher open, he'll bleed red."

Clive Tyldesley

"The tackles are coming in thick and thin now."

Alan Brazil

"Lampard's not the first player to run to the crowd with lips over his mouth."

Adrian Chiles

"They ( Rosenborg ) have won 66 games, and they've scored in all of them."

Brian Moore

"They can't change any of their players, but they can change on of their players, and he's the coach."

Bobby Robson

"The world is my lobster."

Keith O'Neill

"It was still moving when it hit the back of the net."

Kevin Keegan

"Arsenal are streets ahead of everyone in this league and Manchester United are up there with them."

Craig Bellamy

"If that had gone in, it would have been a goal."

David Coleman

"The Croatians don't play well without the ball."

Barry Venison

"Woodcock would have scored but his shot was too perfect."

Ron Atkinson

"I didn't say them things that I said."

Glenn Hoddle

"I predicted in August that Celtic would reach the final. On the eve of that final I stand by that prediction."

Archie Macpherson

"Football's not like an electric light ? you can't just flick the button and change from slow to quick."

John Greig

"The Champions League semi-final is over two legs, so it will be a one-off affair."

Graham Beecroft

"The unthinkable is not something we are thinking about at the moment."

Peter Kenyon

"You need at least eight or nine men in a ten-man wall."

Mark Lawrenson

"I'd been ill and hadn't trained for a week and I'd been out of the team for three weeks before that, so I wasn't sharp. I got cramp before half-time as well. But I'm not one to make excuses."

Clinton Morrison

"He just got his body between himself and the goal."

Ray Clemence

"Neil Baker is standing on the touchline with hands in tracksuit bottoms scratching his head."

Graham McGarry

"The first half was end-to-end stuff. In contrast, in this second half it's been one end to the other."

Lou Macari

"It's understandable that people are keeping one eye on the pot and another up the chimney."

Kevin Keegan

"All of West Ham's away victories have come on opponents' territory this season."

Marcus Buckland

"It's 60-40 against him being fit, but he's got half a chance."

Glenn Hoddle

"The manager could not even talk to us at the interval. He said we were bad."

John Terry

"He's very fast and if he gets a yard ahead of himself nobody will catch him."

Bobby Robson

"People will say that was typical City, which really annoys me. But that's typical City I suppose."

A typical Kevin Keegan comment

"Celtic manager Davie Hay still has a fresh pair of legs up his sleeve."

John Greig

"I've had 14 bookings this season, 8 of which were my fault, but 7 of which were disputable."

Paul Gascoigne

"Apart from their goals, Norway haven't scored."

Terry Venables

" Doncaster will hit Villa with fire and broomstick."

John Gregory

"He's got a knock on his shin there, just above the knee."

Frank Stapleton

"Roy Keane going to Celtic would be a case of out of the goldfish bowl, into the fire."

Radio commentator

"I'd be surprised if all 22 players are on the field at the end of the game ? one's already been sent off."

George Best

"What I said to them at half time would be unprintable on the radio."

Gerry Francis

"They ( Leeds United ) used to be a bit like Arsenal, winning by one goal to nil or even less."

Nasser Hussain who thankfully knows more about cricket

" Burton really couldn't lose tonight ? but they have."

Ian Wright

"Our current financial situation means that if we want to buy, we have to spend."

Kevin Keegan

"The Gillingham players have slumped to their feet."

Mick Quinn

"He's signalling to the bench with his groin."

Mark Bright

"I would not say he ( David Ginola ) is the best left-winger in the Premiership, but there are none better."

Ron Atkinson

"Both sides have scored a couple of goals, and both sides have conceded a couple of goals."

Peter Withe during a radio commentary

"For those of you watching in black and white, Spurs are in the all-yellow strip"

John Motson

"John Bond has brought in a young left-sided midfield player, who I guess will play on the left side of midfield."

Jimmy Armfield

"To be second with one game to go ? you can't ask for more."

Stuart McCall

"I can count on the fingers of one hand ten games where we've caused our own downfall."

Joe Kinnear

"No regrets, none at all. My only regret is that we went out on penalties. That's my only regret but no, no regrets."

Mick McCarthy

"The Baggio brothers, of course, are not related."

RTE commentator

"Aston Villa are seventh in the league. That's almost as high as you can get without being one of the top six."

Ian Payne

"We had enough chances to win the game. In fact we did win it."

Alex Smith when Aberdeen manager

"There will be a game where somebody scores more than Brazil and that might be the game that they lose."

Bobby Robson

"Manchester United could only beat Exeter 2-0 ? and it was just 1-0 at one point."

Alan Brazil

"That was a continuance of what we have seen most of the season ? that is, various clubs beating each other."

Ron Noades

"You half fancied that to go in as it was rising and dipping at the same time."

Ron Atkinson

"I'm not a believer in luck, but I do believe you need it."

Alan Ball

"I was feeling as sick as the proverbial donkey."

Mick McCarthy

"I definitely want Brooklyn to be christened though I don't know into what religion yet."

David Beckham

"So, this movie you star in, The Life Story of George Best, tell us what it's about."

Sky Sports commentator

"I can take the pressure off the clock ticking on the wall."

Kevin Keegan

"I'd never allow myself to let myself call myself a coward."

Graham Taylor

"I was a young lad when I was growing up."

David O'Leary

"I just wonder what would have happened if the shirt had been on the other foot."

Mike Walker

"That was the perfect penalty - apart from he missed it."

Rob McCaffrey

"Goals dictate how matches go."

Paul Merson

"We haven't scored which means you haven't got a chance of winning."

Bobby Robson

"He had defenders swarming around him like a wet blanket."

Gerry Armstrong

"When England go to Turkey there could be fatalities ? or even worse, injuries."

Phil Neal

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not a quote as such but seeing one from Bobby Robson there has reminded me...

Interviewer: "Do you have a nickname?"

Shola Ameobi: "No, not really"

Interviewer: "So what do the boys call you?"

Shola Ameobi: "Shola"

Interviewer: "And what does Bobby Robson call you?"

Shola Ameobi: "Carl Cort"


Aha hahahahahahahahahahaha outstanding

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