Friday, November 16, 2007

football quotes

"If he gets a yard ahead of himself, nobody will catch him." (Bobby Robson)
"Mentally, John Terry is as strong as an ox." (Michael Owen)
"Women should be in the kitchen, the discotheque and the boutique, but not in football." (Ron Atkinson)
"Oh Dear, his right leg collided with himself there." (Mark Bright)
"I felt a lump in my throat when the ball went in." (Terry Venables)
"Our back four was at sixes and sevens." (Ron Atkinson)
"It's a case of putting all our eggs into the next ninety minutes." (Phil Neal)
"A penalty is a cowardly way to score." (Pele)
"Only Father Christmas and I work 365 days a year, and he finishes earlier." (Football agent, Eric Hall)
"I can see the carrot at the end of the tunnel." (Stuart Pearce)
"For Tony Adams to admit he was an alcoholic took a lot of bottle." (Ian Wright)
"My players think a tackle is something you go fishing with." (Barry Fry, former Barnet manager)
"When you go 2-0 down, you'd sell your granny for a point." (Sean O'Driscoll, Bournemouth manager)
"We are about to enter the biggest period in Palace's immediate past history." (Iain Dowie, Crystal Palace)
"The good news for Nigeria is that they are 2-0 down very early in the game." (Kevin Keegan)
"The terrible thing about my job is that footballers get 80% of my earnings." (Football agent, Eric Hall)
"It was the first four goals that cost us the game." (Dave Jones, ex Southampton manager)

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