Here is what football stars said during the week.

“I missed the most important penalty of my career and it will be with me for the rest of my life.” – Italian striker Simone Zaza recalling a penalty miss against Germany during Euro 2016 quarter final.

“I didn’t have boots and treasured football shirts that were given to me. All that has helped me be better prepared for anything now as a professional and I’m also not scared of anything on the pitch.” – Liverpool-bound Naiby Keita in an interview with Goal

“ We are sleeping in places where even animals cannot sleep. The players are not even provided with food, there is no camping. We are made to travel to Harare play and then come back. This is a big joke, they are not serious. They told me that Highlanders are the people’s team but where are the people.” – Highlanders coach Erol Akbay expressing his disappointment to the club.

“When I was seated on the terraces, fans kept on asking me what I was doing there instead of being on the pitch. How can a player like Ashley Rambanepasi be called a legend when we can’t fit in.” – Lazarus  Muhoni  after being overlooked for the Warriors Legends match against Barcelona Legends.

“He says he is a man of God so how can a man of God be defeated by juju. He must stop being blasphemous.” – Harare City coach Philani Ncube to Kelvin Kaindu after beating How Mine in the Chibuku Super Cup  final



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