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You can lose to any team and then beat your top opponents and still not be in the top four.
I’ve learned a lot from my mistakes.
Even when I wasn’t playing, I always had a smile on my face because if I acted sad or mad, it wouldn’t help me.
I keep working hard, and this will pay off.
I dreamed of being like Kaka, and Brazil was the home of that creative style, which the Brazilians call ginga.
As a footballer, you just have to try to learn what you’ve done bad and what I could do good.
I went a long way to play for Manchester United, so nothing will prevent me from achieving my dream.
I read about the history of England, of Manchester. I wanted to know how people here live, their interests.
I never give up when I encounter obstacles in my way. I just continue going until I reach my career objectives.
As tough as it was for us with my father gone, my mother and sister were always pushing me. They even let me go to Brazil by myself when I was 13 to train with Sao Paulo for four months.
Different managers give confidence in different ways. Some by hugging, others by talking or having conversations.
For Manchest United, every cup is very important. A trophy is a trophy.
The Brazilians are amazing in their nature. You cannot describe it; you must feel that warmth when you’re around them to understand.
I did not want to later look back in my life and say, ‘Why would you not make times change?’
You cannot always have good times in your life.
Tactics are just a part of football because the players are playing.
I don’t want to miss anything. Life’s too short to pass on something.
Manchester United are not just any football club.
In my case, my mother had to be my mother and father, so I am thankful to her.
By the time I was 10 years old, my entire life was football. Training, reading, watching, even playing football on PlayStation. I was totally focused on it. I especially loved the creative players – the maestros.
I am very proud to join Manchester United. This move is a dream come true for me.
English football is really different to football in other countries.
It’s always a pity to lose or draw at the end of the game; it’s always painful.
Everything is up to the players and not the tactics. They’re just small details that can show you the way to play.
I can be very serious, but if I’m being honest, I’m very happy with the way my life has turned out.
When you walk onto the pitch at Old Trafford, it is not just a pitch, it is a stage. If my father could see me on that stage, I think he would be very proud. I was always kind of chasing him, and I think even though he’s not here, he helped me to get to this place.
I like to win the difficulties, because when you win the difficulties, it makes you stronger, so I’m trying to do everything to come up to a new level.
You have to win every battle. Every small metre counts, and you have to win your duels. Then you will see you will win the game.
I want to do everything to get to a new level.
You have to try and do everything to show your best qualities; otherwise, you will not be here anymore.
I know I can succeed at Manchester United, and I want to show everyone that I deserve to be a key player in this team and this league.
I’m trying to do everything with my family members, my friends, who are watching me every day, every game I am playing, so they are trying to help me to say what I did wrong and what I did well, and I try to improve myself.
I always wanted to become a football player, and I thank my parents, as they helped me so much to realise this dream. They always supported me on my path.
Coming to Manchester, maybe I didn’t show all my potential, but in every game, I’m trying to do my best because it’s very important for me, the fans, and the club. Maybe in some games it doesn’t work, but I still keep working and trying to improve.
I am very excited – it’s a big opportunity for me to play for Manchester United, a new challenge for me. I will try to do my best.
I remember once Manchester United were ahead of Manchester City by eight points and ended up losing it, so everything is possible in this life.
Do not think about records, because one day, they will break.
Everyone is at their best against the champions.
I had three very successful years in Germany with Borussia Dortmund, but I had the opportunity to move to one of the biggest clubs in the highest-profile league in the world.
When I watched the Premier League on the telly, I didn’t expect it to be that hard. The opponents are all physically strong, real athletes. It wasn’t like that in Germany. You must be prepared for it. But I prepared myself for it.
It was definitely not the salary that made me join Manchester United; I went for football reasons – for the history of the club, the league, the fans, and the coach because he is one of the best in the world.
I play football like chess. You have to think a lot and anticipate what could happen after you make your move.
Every person has to keep in mind that they can grow up and reach the top, no matter where they are born, whether it’s in Russia, in Ukraine, in Europe; they’ve still got the opportunity to show their talent and the culture of their people.
I believe playing for such a great club like United honours my father’s memory, and the inspiration and drive he gave to me when I was young. I hope he is proud looking at me from the sky.
I will not retreat; I will find the strength to reach my goal.
It doesn’t matter if it is the League Cup, the FA Cup, or the Europa League. We want to do our best to try and win them all.
When I returned to Armenia after four months in Brazil, I was still quite skinny and weak, but I had technique and skill.
The year after my father died, I started football training. He was the drive for me; he was my idol. I said to myself, ‘I have to run just like him. I have to shoot just like him.’
There are no disappointments, just challenges.
I think the most important thing is to play to help the team, winning the games – that is the main thing for me.
If you make a mistake, your opponent can punish, and you end up losing the game.
It’s not called the Theatre of Dreams for nothing.
When your dreams are close to coming true, it does not feel real at first.
When we’re leading during the game, we have to squeeze the opponent.
My father played five years for Valence in France’s second division. I’d always cry when he would leave for training. Every morning, I’d say, ‘Dad, take me with you. Please, please take me with you!’