If my mother put on a helmet and shoulder pads and a uniform that wasn't the same as the one I was wearing, I'd run over her if she was in my way. And I love my mother.— Bo Jackson
Simplistic I Love Football quotations
I had no interest in fashion when I was younger.
I was such a tomboy. I loved soccer, as you call it, or sports in general. The first time I was a bridesmaid, to my auntie, I refused to go down the aisle without my football shorts underneath my dress.
I love football. I think it is most wonderful game in world and I despise to lose.
Money is not a motivating factor. Money doesn't thrill me or make me play better because there are benefits to being wealthy. I'm just happy with a ball at my feet. My motivation comes from playing the game I love. If I wasn't paid to be a professional footballer I would willingly play for nothing.
Sure, I'd love to beat Notre Dame, don't get me wrong.
But nothing matters more than beating that cow college on the other side of the state!
My younger son, Cordell, aka Lil Snoop, loves me like a fan loves Snoop Dogg.
He's inspired by making me happy. My older son, Corde, aka Spank, does everything I say, with effort and determination - but he does it for himself. He gets his thrill out of seeing his own results on the football field.
Never stop being YOU. I am out to be the best ME I can be. Do what you LOVE and you will be badass.
I love football, football is my life.
It doesn't matter what you all think, what you all say about me, because when I go home at night, the same people that I look in the face, my family that I love, that's all that really matters to me.
I saw greatness in John and he lived up to it.
I also saw a tremendous competitor who loved to win. John is a standard bearer, someone that players, coaches, fans and the Raider Nation can all look up to. One of his great virtues, the fire that burned brightest in him, was his love and passion for football, which was seldom ever equaled.
How lucky I was to have played for the Pittsburgh Steelers fans.
A proud, hard-working people, who loves their football, and their players.
I love football so when I finish playing I would like to still be involved in it somehow and a manager would be my first choice.
I love Blackpool. We're very similar. We both look better in the dark.
Mario Balotelli is like Marmite, you either love him or hate him. Me? I'm in between.
Whenever I see those crmison jerseys and crimson helmets, I feel humbled to have played football for Alabama. Other players in the NFL talk to me about their schools and their traditions. I just smile knowing the immense love Alabama fans have for our school and its football program. I'm proud to be a part of that Crimson Tide heritage.
I fell in love with football as I was later to fall in love with women: suddenly, inexplicably, uncritically, giving no thought to the pain or disruption it would bring with it.
I don't believe skill was, or ever will be, the result of coaches.
It is a result of a love affair between the child and the ball.
My dad's method in his madness was to try every sport and then observe what I liked. I played football, tennis, golf, cricket but I loved my snooker.
I love football. Love it. Love it. I think it's the last bastion of hope for toughness in America in men, in males.
I've always just loved to play football, even if it was street football, like razzle-dazzle.
Be strong , my young friends; that is my advice to you. You will be nearer to Heaven through football than through the study of the Gita. These are bold words; but I have to say them, for I love you. I know where the shoe pinches.
Football is what you do, but it's not who you are.
It's a big part of who you are. Part of who you are is you're a football player. It's your profession. It's a game you love to play. It's a game I love to play.
The biggest thing I've found since I left the game - and I'm glad I chose to leave rather than being sacked - is that so many people are in football for the wrong reasons. Not because they love the game, but because they smell money.
I feel close to the rebelliousness of the youth here.
Perhaps time will seperate us, but nobody can deny that here, behind the windows of Manchester, there is an insane love of football, of celebration and of music.
In England, footballers are respected more, the game is more noble, there's less cheating. Every Spaniard who goes loves it - and comes back a better player. If I had ever left it would have been to England.
I love playing football, being out on the pitch with a ball, and I will be a little sad when that ends.
That's another thing, we made up games.
We didn't have equipment. When it snowed, we would play slow motion tackle football. We would play hockey, but we wouldn't skate. We just made things up. I loved doing that.
I can't actually read interviews with thesps now because they're almost always fantastically predictable, the men especially. Actors are forever stressing their ordinariness, their beer and football-loving commitments.
Football is a chess game to me. If you move your pawn against my bishop, I'll counter that move to beat you. Football is the same way. I study so much film that I know exactly what teams are going to do. I love knowing what a offense is going to run and stuffing that play.
I'm closer to being happy. I'm doing things that make me happy. In football I loved to practice and I loved to play, but I hated to be in meetings, hated to talk to the media, hated to have cameras in my face, hated to sign autographs. I hated to do all those things.
I love the Bowl system. I've always been a proponent of the Bowl system. I think it's been great for college football, for this level.
I take compliments and I take constructive criticism.
Not everyone loves you. It's the way you react as a footballer. I use it all to make me play better.
I love baseball. And American Football, too. But not rugby.
I love this game, I love this sport, I love this league.
Why don't I get my own team? (English Premiership football club)
When I was younger, I had some close friends who always loved European football, and Real Madrid at that time were the dominant force. I remember family holidays when we used to go to Spain, and we'd bring back replica shirts of Real Madrid and pretend to be the players when we played in the park.