Players want a manager you feel in your gut you want to play for - they can have the best tactics and philosophy in the world but if you have lost a player in his heart or head, you have lost him in every other department.
Every time I hear the fans, it's exciting. It gives me a great feeling because I know it comes from their heart.
Obviously when I was younger, when I was three years old, I used to kick a football around in the park or in the garden. I've got loads of videos, pictures of me doing it.
In other countries, being from somewhere else is celebrated. But not in America.
As an outsider, I have to say that the Premier League is a very attractive league.
Instead of playing with army men or whatever, I played golf, like for hours every day.
It's a personal challenge for me, to give the best of myself, to win titles, to score goals for my team, and to help when needed.
If police are upset about an individual wearing pig socks, they need to understand why those socks exist in the first place.
I try all the time to improve in the game, training all the time, and to help my team with assists or goals.
I think that every manager who starts work with a team has the best expectations and is giving all he's got to improve immediately.
Every human being is special because they all have identities.
Dad was the pitching coach, while Mom was the emotional supporter. Her unconditional love was great, and she wanted what was best for me. It was more about what she did than what she said, and she made sure I was the best I could be.
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