Romario - Quotes

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I'll never forget my friends and where I came from. ---->>>

I pay my own bills. I feel my own pain. ---->>>

I'm happy because I won't have to train again, or travel or sit in team hotels. ---->>>

I'm inspired by challenges. My life was always like this. ---->>>

God created me to delight people with my goals. ---->>>

The night has always been my friend. When I go out I feel good, then I always score goals. ---->>>

I defend the Brazilian people. ---->>>

I have scored against every team, every country, every defender in the world. ---->>>

I'm like any Brazilian: I like to go out and enjoy myself. ---->>>

If someone criticizes me, I strike back. ---->>>

Officially I'm not playing any more. I've stopped. My time is up. Everything has been a lot of fun. ---->>>

The tendency of everyone is to evolve. ---->>>

When I was born, the man in the sky pointed to me and said, 'That's the guy.' ---->>>

We Brazilians, happily or unhappily, leave a lot to the last minute. ---->>>

When things are really good, really easy it's not cool for me. ---->>>

I have my way of doing things. ---->>>

I like to say it like it is. ---->>>

I'm genuine and people can believe what I say. ---->>>

Strikers are egotists, selfish. We have to be. ---->>>

Will I become a coach in the future? No way. I'd never be able to put up with someone like me. ---->>>

Biography

Name: Romario
Nationality: Brazilian
Born: 01-29, 1966
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Occupation: Athlete
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Romário de Souza Faria (born 29 January 1966), known simply as Romário (Portuguese pronunciation: [ʁoˈmaɾiu]), is a Brazilian politician, who previously achieved worldwide fame as a professional footballer. A prolific striker renowned for his clinical finishing, he is regarded as one of the greatest forwards of all time (wikipedia)