Winning doesn't really matter as long as you win— Vinnie Jones
The most seductive Vinnie Jones quotes that are proven to give you inner joy
Never underestimate the predictability of stupidity.
Over the years, I've had about 80 stitches in my head and face from football incidents and bar incidents, so I have lots of scars. I don't think I look intimidating, but I'm sure other people have their opinions.
I like Alaska for the salmon fishing - it's fantastic there.
I usually stay in a log cabin with no one around for miles. I like to go with friends, but I'm also happy to be on my own with nature.
There are a few YouTube clips of me singing at The King's Head in Santa Monica, so you can see how bad I am.
Look at me - I was the boo boy for years and years.
Did I ever think I would end up in Hollywood or the FA Cup final? No, I didn't.
My mum calls my temper 'Devilman.' They say you calm down with age, but I don't know. It never goes away.
I'm always have been in my life a big protector of women.
If I see a guy slap a girl I would rip their head off; I'm very like that.
Awareness about heart disease has got to be raised.
I'm a Conservative, but I talk for the ordinary working classes.
I get on with the boys at the pub, but I can also mix with Prince Andrew. I understand both levels. The toffs haven't lived in council estates; they've just known big mansions. How can they understand how the postman feels? I would never say no to becoming an MP.
I always went to Ireland as a child. I remember trips to Dundalk, Wexford, Cork and Dublin. My gran was born in Dublin, and we had a lot of Irish friends, so we'd stay on their farms and go fishing. They were fantastic holidays - being outdoors all day and coming home to a really warm welcome in the evenings.
To get on in Hollywood, you've gotta be a bit gay and a bit Jewish, and I'm saving up to be Jewish.
People say, 'I love 'Snatch,' I love 'Lock Stock,'' but I want to be more than a movie name. I'd love to be more of a household name.
John Wayne never ever disappointed his fans, because he was a cowboy.
The FA have given me a pat on the back. I've taken violence off the terracing and onto the pitch.
I always want to try new things, and 'Mean Machine' has given me that chance.
I have got plans to carry on acting and would love to play all sorts of roles - you'll see that there's more strings to my bow!
My parents split when I was 13. For a youngster, it's quite devastating. One minute you're all happy families, then everything changes.
I was offered 'I'm A Celebrity...' for a lot of money, but I don't like the level of degradation.
I've always had my ear pierced with a diamond stud. I did it myself when I was 16.
For some people, becoming a parent does change them, but it never changed me.
To me, England is past its sell-by date. It's not the country I grew up in.
All of my shows involve men in tights. It's a bit bizarre, really.
I got into moisturiser when I played football.
If you're out in all weathers you have to take care of your face.
Film is like football - you join a team, get close to one or two people, then never hear from them again. I don't get emotionally involved. Do one, move on.
I'm lucky in that I travel a lot for work.
I also manage several holidays a year. I'm not someone who sits in the sun or goes sightseeing, though. If I go away, it will be for fishing or something like that.
I was captain of Wales; I've been captain of numerous football clubs.
I signed schoolboy forms for Watford when I was 12, but then my parents got divorced, and I never kicked a ball for three years. I rebelled, I left home, but getting back into football sorted me out. It was the second chance I needed.
I do my independent stuff where it's real acting if you like.
Intense, drama stuff. I love me actions.
I've plenty of bows to my string.
In 'Hell Ride,' I play a biker - it's about the bikers.
It's with Dennis Hopper and Michael Madsen, Larry Bishop and myself. We're bikers, and I play Billy Wings; I've got all sorts of wings, and you have to watch the movie to find out what the wings are about.
I love goofing around, and I love breaking people's balls. I do it off camera, as well as on camera.
Egil Olsen should have gone six games ago.
He was totally useless. I'd like to give him a right-hander!
After 'Big Brother,' people came up to me in the street shouting, 'You woz robbed!'
I'd like to be the romantic lead one day, but I've got to grow my hair first.
There's good action stars. I'm a bad-guy action star. What disappoints me is when you all of a sudden you get a good action star and then he wants to play a comedy with kids, you know? That upsets me, and that's not being true to your fans.
You see, I know change I see change I embody change All we do is change Yeah, I know change We are born to change We sometimes regard it as a metaphor That reflects the way things ought to be In fact change takes time It exceeds expectations It requires both now and then See, although the players change The song remains the same And the truth is... You gotta have the balls to change
If all else fails, you could wait for the first corner and tie his dreadlocks to the goalpost.