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l Patrick Vieira is 6ft 4in and having a go at Gary Neville. So I said, `Have a go at me'.

Roy Keane, Manchester United captain, on the Highbury tunnel altercation.

l Gary Neville is a big lad. He can handle himself.


For us, it is over.

l Arsene Wenger, Arsenal manager, on the title race, following defeat to United.

l Dear Ken, welcome back to football. Let hostilities commence. Let's have lunch.

David Dein, Arsenal's chief executive, in fax to Ken Bates, the new Leeds chairman.

l There must be a microclimate here. It hadn't even rained and yet the pitch was like a swimming pool.

Jose Mourinho, Chelsea manager, on Blackburn's pre-match pitch preparations.

l I'd have to be mad to want to come to Birmingham. I'm only here because Deportivo [La Coruna] made this happen and my wife forced me.

Walter Pandiani, Birmingham City's new on-loan striker.

l The idea that we are lighting cigars with pounds 20 notes while the rest of Scottish rugby flounders is absolutely untrue.

Matt Williams, Scotland rugby union coach, responds to suggestions that the national team is a drain on Scottish resources.

l I can honestly say that God has cleared me. It really doesn't matter what a doctor says. I've got the best doctor of all and that's God.

Terrell Owen the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver, an injury doubt for tomorrow's Super Bowl.