The team of writers at Futaa picked some of their favourite quotes from clubs, players, and managers respectively.
Here is a look at some of the quotes from the past week.
🇰🇪 Paulette Vike:
Mourinho to Record about Bruno Fernandes: "Bruno came in, was fit, played very well, improved the United team and also proved to be a great penalty taker, one of the best in the world, because he had about 20 to score."
🇿🇦 Siseko Gwegwe:
"There is no time to bring in a new coach," a source from Black Leopards camp.
🇰🇪 Vincent Titus:
Solskjaer’s comments on his mentors: "I’ve had some fantastic support from Sir Alex in the hard times we’ve had here," he told the High-Performance podcast.
"When you lose a game for Man United, it is a crisis, and he’s been here in the difficult times, he gives me very good support. Ed and the club have been very supportive as well. I had Rene Meleunsteen as a coach when I was in the first team at 30. And I still learned things off him that I took into my coaching career, but also to the last few years of my playing career."
🇿🇦 James Freemantle:
"To use a football analogy, I'm getting Lewandowski level chances but I'm converting them at a Firmino level, and for those who don't watch football, that's pretty bad." -Magnus Carlsen, current World Chess Champion
🇿🇦 Lee Mpofu:
"I remember [Sir Alex Ferguson] was the first British manager I met. We had breakfast. I'm not sure how much he remembers but I remember because for me this moment was like meeting the Pope. It was absolutely great and from that first season, we clicked. I didn't think at this moment I would have a trophy in my hands named after him." - Jurgen Klopp on meeting Sir Alex Ferguson
🇰🇪 Dickson Mose:
"Being at Chelsea is something that I will never regret in my life; in fact completely the opposite. I will always talk about Chelsea and about my time at Chelsea as probably the best decision of my career." - Cesc Fabregas on his career at Stamford Bridge
🇰🇪 Collins Nwabisa:
"Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang signing a new contract at Arsenal will be as big as winning FA "It's vital to keep hold of him, but if Real Madrid or Barcelona were to show interest in him at his age, and he wants to go, he'll go. We had to let the best I've seen in an Arsenal shirt - Thierry Henry - go because he wanted to join Barca." -Charlie Nicholas told Sky Sport