QUOTES OF THE WEEK

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n I don't know of any other industry that would lay out pounds 8.5m on anything and then not have some plan from day one on how they're going to use it. Stan Collymore. Liverpool striker, who is out in the cold.

n We will show you a couple of explosions in your back yard. Jonah Lomu, before New Zealand's match against France last Sunday.

n I think he must have had his tongue firmly in his cheek. Barbara Clough on her husband's interest in the manager's job at Wolves.

n I'll buy Bryan Hamilton a bottle of whisky, duty-free because it costs less. Jack Charlton, on his debt to the Northern Ireland manager whose victoryover Austria kept the Republic's hopes of qualification for the European Championship alive.

n I don't want Wolves fans to think I'm off my trolley, but Dermot Reeve is the kind of character I'm looking for. Jonathan Hayward, Wolves chairman, on the search for Graham Taylor's successor.

n If I played for Scotland my grandma would be the proudest woman in the country, if she wasn't dead. Mark Crossley, Nottingham Forest's Barnsley- born goalkeeper, on his eligibility for the Scots.

n He was on fire. I have never seen something like that. It was like a freight train hit me. I have just got beaten up and I'm bruised all over. Boris Becker after being defeated by Pete Sampras at the ATP Tour Championship in Frankfurt.

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