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Quotes & Sayings About Fifa World Cup

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Fifa World Cup Quotes By Luke Wilson

The adidas +Challenge is a really cool opportunity for kids here in Los Angeles and across the country to get excited for the FIFA World Cup this summer. As a big fan of soccer, Im looking forward to seeing the 32 youth teams compete for the title of Team USA and represent our country at the global finals in Berlin. — Luke Wilson

Fifa World Cup Quotes By Landon Donovan

It's got to be harder in real life to win a World Cup. But depending on if you play World Class level on FIFA, it's going to be difficult to win in the video game, too. — Landon Donovan

Fifa World Cup Quotes By Jimmy Fallon

Officials from the soccer organization FIFA, which decides which cities get to host the World Cup, are accused of accepting bribes when making their decision. Of course the toughest part for the soccer officials was taking bribes without using their hands. — Jimmy Fallon

Fifa World Cup Quotes By Margaret Thatcher

They might have beaten us at our national sport, but we managed to beat them at their national sport twice in the 20th century. [Replying to Kenneth Clarke, who said, "Isn't it terrible about losing to the Germans at our national sport?" when England lost to Germany in the 1990 FIFA World Cup Semi-final.] — Margaret Thatcher

Fifa World Cup Quotes By Alexi Lalas

This is my first FIFA Women's World Cup . For me, to see how I have reacted to this tournament ... I'm totally in. — Alexi Lalas

Fifa World Cup Quotes By James Anderson

Rob Green needed to get the long barrier out, didn't he? — James Anderson

Fifa World Cup Quotes By Michel Patini

If a FIFA World Cup tournament had been held every year between 1982 and 1986, France would have won two or three. — Michel Patini

Fifa World Cup Quotes By Richard Calland

For the record, the vuvuzela is not my enemy - and I even have, for reasons of self-defence installed a mini-vuvu with surprisingly powerful performance levels around my neck - though I miss hearing the crescendo of noise from the crowd that should accompany a promising attack on goal or a goal itself. Instead, of course, there is the monotone drone - a constant that belies the ebbs and flows of a game. — Richard Calland