Joe Kinnear quotes

  • The problem at Wimbledon seems to be that the club has suffered a loss of complacency.
    -- Joe Kinnear

    #Football #Loss #Clubs

  • It's like going into a nuclear war with bows and arrows.
    -- Joe Kinnear

    #Sports #War #Arrows

  • If you aren't the chairman of Manchester United, Real Madrid or AC Milan, I'll get back to you later.
    -- Joe Kinnear

    #Real #Madrid #Milan

  • I had twelve years as a Tottenham player under Bill Nicholson and could not have wished to have played for a better manager. I can still hear his wise words in my head when I am out on the training ground as a manager myself.
    -- Joe Kinnear

    #Wise #Player #Years

  • If I have to move on from Newcastle, hopefully it will be to somewhere else
    -- Joe Kinnear

    #Moving #Newcastle #Hopefully

  • He lived in a fantasy world. There was not a day when he didn't add some Mickey Mouse story about a club that wanted him. First of all, he came in and told me that Arsenal wanted to buy him, then the next week it was Manchester Utd, then the next week it was Real Madrid. He made it clear that he did not want to be at the club so, in the end, there was only one thing I could do - send him to Wigan.
    -- Joe Kinnear

    #Soccer #Football #Real

  • We're in the top six, we've got five points and I've told the lads we need another 80 to win the League.
    -- Joe Kinnear

    #Soccer #Football #Winning

  • It's named the Lombardi Trophy for a reason, because we play and live in Titledown. We've got the best fans, and I can't wait to go home and see those fans and bring home the Lombardi Trophy.

  • I wouldn't watch football if it wasn't for Lord Bendtner

  • A little rain, a little blood. Black fingernails in August; and going berserk, going bananas. As if entrapped in a tropical heatwave, with dozens of whirlwinds swirling in one’s mind, one thinks of a way out, or a way in: out of the scorching bosom of a volcano, and in – into the centre of a raging hurricane. And tracing the labyrinthine ways of your mind, the haphazard vagaries of your thoughts at ease, the odds and ends of your mental surplus you carelessly throw at the world, one wants to be at a loss, in a maze; amazed, and amazingly unabashed.

  • When I spoke, I was listened to; and I was at a loss to know how I had so easily acquired the art of commanding attention, and giving the tone to the conversation.

  • Blood mixture and the result drop in the racial level is the sole cause of the dying out of old cultures; for men do not perish as a result of lost wars, but by the loss of that force of resistance which is continued only in pure blood. All who are not of good race in this world are chaff.

  • The only reason I got into stand-up was because my brother told me to. I had no idea what I was going to do with my life. I was 17 and my brother went to a comedy club and he said - you can do that.

  • I'd like to play for Newcastle United before I retire. The club is in my blood.

  • I'm not going into the cool club. It's not my address.

  • I couldn't make ends meet. I tried Red Lobster. I tried Wal-Mart. I tried all these places and I couldn't make it. I couldn't. So, I tried this gentlemen's club, and, you know, I worked there, and it was just awful in those places. It was terrible.

  • Of the many guests we welcomed to the Mickey Mouse Club, my absolute favorites were the Lennon Sisters.

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