Teamwork quote visualisation: The work of a team should always embrace a great player, but the great player must always work - Alex Ferguson

Best 25 Player Quotes by Champions and Winners

The longer you play,
the better chance
the better player
has of winning.

Jack William Nicklaus,
nicknamed “The Golden Bear”

(*1940, American professional golfer)

Player Quote: Mistakes are part of the game. How well you recover is the mark of a great player - Alice Cooper

The work of a team
should always embrace
a great player,
but the great player
must always work.

Sir Alexander Chapman “Alex” Ferguson

(*1941, former Scottish football manager)

You can have
the greatest player
in terms of mastering an instrument
and you could be
yawning your head off
when you hear them.
So, it’s not what you do,
but the way
you’re doing it
and in the end
that’s all that we have.

John McLaughlin,
also known as Mahavishnu John McLaughlin

(*1942, English guitarist,
bandleader, and composer)

Mistakes are part
of the game.
It’s how well
you recover from them,
that’s the mark
of a great player.

Alice Cooper,
born Vincent Damon Furnier

(*1948, American rock singer and songwriter)

To be champion
requires more than simply
being a strong player;
one has to be
a strong human being as well.

Anatoly Yevgenyevich Karpov

(*1951, Russian chess grandmaster)

I believed in myself.
I never imagined myself
as just an ordinary player.

Imran Khan

(*1952, Pakistani politician and former cricketer)

You learn as a player
not to listen to the criticism.
Many of the people
who put out that criticism
might not be as accomplished,
might not understand the game
as well from the inside-out.

Calvin Edwin “Cal” Ripken, Jr.,
nicknamed “The Iron man”

(*1960, American former baseball
shortstop and third baseman)

A player dreams
of being a superstar,
but he doesn’t want
people flocking all over him
asking for an autograph.

Dennis Keith Rodman

(*1961, American retired professional basketball player)

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