Quotes by Armenian authors
I like to win the difficulties, because when you win the difficulties, it makes you stronger, so I'm trying to do everything to come up to a new level.
Even when I wasn't playing, I always had a smile on my face because if I acted sad or mad, it wouldn't help me.
I am very excited - it's a big opportunity for me to play for Manchester United, a new challenge for me. I will try to do my best.
It's always important to read, to know something about this world, so I try to learn, to know, to see what I can learn for myself. Be it from books, TV or the Internet, I try to know what happened in the world.
If you play football, you have to try to do the maximum, so I'm always doing the maximum for myself because, after my football career, I want to sit down and think I did something good.
In 1989, when I was just a baby, we moved to France because of some conflicts that were brewing in Armenia.
I have never concealed my dual citizenship. People involved in state business should probably declare their dual citizenship if they have it.
Regarding Jose Mourinho, I hope I can learn a lot from him - he is a coach with a fantastic record.
When we're leading during the game, we have to squeeze the opponent.
As a footballer, you just have to try to learn what you've done bad and what I could do good.
I didn't know it, but my father had a brain tumour. Everything happened very fast. Within a year, he was gone. Because I was so young, I didn't completely understand the concept of death.
You have to win every battle. Every small metre counts, and you have to win your duels. Then you will see you will win the game.
I read about the history of England, of Manchester. I wanted to know how people here live, their interests.
Do not think about records, because one day, they will break.
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