When you look at people who are successful, you will find that they aren't the people who are motivated, but have consistency in their motivation.
If you do not believe you can do it then you have no chance at all.
Football is an art, like dancing is an art - but only when it's well done does it become an art.
As a club, we have an educational purpose: to give back to those people who love Arsenal so that they learn moral values from our game and how we behave.
At a young age winning is not the most important thing... the important thing is to develop creative and skilled players with good confidence.
A manager is a guide. He takes a group of people and says, 'With you I can make us a success; I can show you the way.'
I believe one of the best things about managing people is that we can influence lives in a positive way. That's basically what a manager is about. When I can do that, I am very happy.
The moral values I've learnt in my life I've learnt through football.
I believe the target of anything in life should be to do it so well that it becomes an art.
Young players need freedom of expression to develop as creative players... they should be encouraged to try skills without fear of failure.
For me, motivation is a person who has the capability to recruit the resources he needs to achieve a goal.
It's silly to work hard the whole week and then spoil it by not preparing properly before the game.
People who work make the world live better and to reward these people well is normal. Yet they are not the people who are the wealthiest.
I believe in work, in connections between the players, I think what makes football great is that it is a team sport. You can win in different ways, by being more of a team, or by having better individual players. It is the team ethic that interests me, always.
You cannot say that you are happy when you don't win.
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