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What They Said

Mon 4 Jan by Mark Gleeson

Briefs

"I still think we were a bit in Christmas mode. I think we could have scored a lot of goals in this match. We could have been more composed and clinical in our moments. Because we knew they have a very high line. There were times when their keeper was left alone with Hlatshwayo, but we never really exploited those moments.”

Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi after his side stayed top of the table by beating Orlando Pirates on Saturday.

 

"We gave it all in our last 20 minutes. And when you do that, they could hit us on the counter. Then we had a little luck. I'm disappointed. We did a lot of work, it was not a bad performance. But yeah, we had not the goal that we need. I think if we scored in the first half, we could have won the game.”

Joe Zinnbauer of Orlando Pirates after his side lost their unbeaten record away at Mamelodi Sundowns at the weekend.

 

"We'll see if my son will become a great footballer. Sometimes he drinks Coke and eats crisps and it irritates me, he knows that. Sometimes I tell my son to take a dip in cold water to recover after a run on the treadmill and he says: 'Dad, it's so cold there'. That's fine, he is only 10 years old. I always tell him that it takes work and dedication to have success. I won't pressure him to become a footballer, but I would like it. The most important thing is to become the best in his field, whether it is football or medicine."

Cristiano Ronaldo on his son’s future.

 

"Before, I thought I was going to retire soon. Now I'm thinking I'm going to retire older. So, I don't know."

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola reveals he may not be retiring as soon as he originally anticipated.