UEFA Champions League Football Quotes

Need a break from your UEFA Champions League betting and the hard work of supporting the world’s top football clubs in nail-biting encounters? If so then don’t miss out on these recent UEFA Champions League football quotes.

“We settled down and it could have been more than eight in the end. There are not many times when you score eight goals in the UEFA Champions League and it was good to be a part of it.” – Peter Crouch on his performances at the 2007/2008 UEFA Champions league for Liverpool.

“We lost because we didn’t win.” – A.C. Milan’s Ronaldo gets philosophical after a UEFA Champions League game failure.

“We are top of the Spanish league and top of our UEFA Champions League group so everything is going well. If we continue our good form then there’s no reason why we can’t achieve our goals.” – Real Madrid’s Wesley Sniejder on his clubs prospects of bagging a 10th UEFA Champions League title.

“Everyone thinks they have the prettiest wife” – Arsène Wenger, manager of English UEFA Champions League club Arsenal FC, dismisses Sir Alex Ferguson’s suggestion that Manchester United FC remain the country’s top team.

“If you listen to Lothar, you will get the impression he had never lost one single match in his career. He wants a position on our club’s board of management. But I promise, as long as Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and I have some responsibility at Bayern, Lothar will not even become the groundsman.” – Former Bayern Munich captain Lothar Matthäus gets some bad news from the club’s general manager Uli Hoeness.

“If he helped me out in training we would be bottom of the league and if I had to work in his world of big business, we would be bankrupt!” – José Mourinho’s UEFA Champions League quote sheds some light on why his relationship with Roman Abramovich was doomed to fail.

“How could I think about leaving Liverpool after a night like this?” – Steven Gerrard, tells how he decided to stick around after Liverpool won the UEFA Champions League in 2005.

“When you’re dealing with someone who only has a pair of underpants on, if you take his underpants off, he has nothing left – he’s naked. You’re better off trying to find him a pair of trousers to complement him rather than change him.” – Arsene Wenger’s UEFA Champions League quote reveals his somewhat obscure philosophy on football.