Quotes by Portuguese authors
Live riotously lest not you regret the minutes, moments, hours and days of time gone by.
It's a privilege for us, Portugal, to have a player like Cristiano Ronaldo.
We need to remain true to our style of play and do everything the coach tells us to do.
When we did 'Ashta Chamma,' I never thought people will pay money to watch me on screen. I never took myself seriously back then.
The first introduction I had with English football was in the FA Cup in the early '80s.
All coaches say, 'We want to control the game. We want the ball. Blah, blah, blah, blah,' but it's impossible to have the ball all the time.
I learned a lot from the coaches I played for.
When it comes to 'Ala Modalaindi,' I was impressed with the storyline narrated by Nandini, the director of the film.
I try to live my life with happiness and with a smile on my face. I try to do my best.
My granddad was a very humble person but still, to take all that time of his life to take care of me and help me every day, it was something very special for me.
A team doesn't have the ball for 90 minutes. It is about the recoveries. I do my best to do that and help the team any way I can. If that's a pass, an assist, a tackle or even if it's only running, I do it for the team.
When we played Real Madrid and won 5-3 it was soaking wet and the ball ended up weighing a kilo. It didn't have a brand. Consider the boots; there was no personalised footwear. Back then we made money, but we played for the love, it was all heart.
Of course, I enjoy assisting my team-mates because playing no.10 is the position you have to serve your team-mates.
As much as you put into it is as much as you get out of it.
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