Gary Lineker- Former Footballer (In a Nutshell)
- Gary Lineker was born in England on November 30th, 1960.
- In his youth he played for Leicester City.
- During his senior career he played for Leicester City, Everton, Barcelona, Tottenham and Nagoya Grampus.
- He played 80 games for England and scored 48 goals as a striker.
- “What you learn is that you can’t please everyone all the time.”- Gary Lineker
- “You’ve got no chance of reaching the top if you’re just playing for money.”- Gary Lineker
- “World Cups can be career-defining.”- Gary Lineker
Gary Lineker- Former Footballer (Nitty Gritty)
- “You never know how long a player has left, especially with strikers. Once you turn 30, as a striker, you are usually on the way down, and playing from the age of 16, at such a high level, has to take its toll.”- Gary Lineker
- “People have no idea how hard football is, absolutely no idea. It’s all about pace. You can say, Yeah, you’ve got speed of thought’ – but you’ve got to have a little bit of a zip.”- Gary Lineker
Gary Lineker- Former Footballer (What set him apart)
- “The Leicester story is great for the game in England. It’s great for the appreciation of the Premier League.”- Gary Lineker
- “When you’re winning games, everyone thinks everything the manager says and does is fantastic. Then it goes the other way, and those criticisms of players can backfire.”- Gary Lineker
- “I’ve had hundreds of requests from journalists all over the world asking me to speak about Leicester, which is astonishing. It’s captured the imagination.”- Gary Lineker
Gary Lineker- Former Footballer (Final Thoughts)
- In my day, I wasn’t the best footballer, but I was the best goalscorer for two or three years.”- Gary Lineker