My Side. By Manoj Damodar Ashok Ranjit. Contents. Introduction Autobiography Style. Introduction.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
“What would it be like, to be out there actually playing a game? ”
“We learned about commitment and dedication right from the start. It was all about the team.”
“By the time I’m eighteen, I could be driving a Porsche”.
“In my head, though, I was shouting out: United! It’s got to be United!”
“I’d been ready waiting for that moment for the best part of ten years.”
“I don’t remember us driving back to London at all. At least Dad didn’t forget we were on a busy highway. I couldn’t have thought about anything else that evening, and I didn’t want to. I’d just lived through the happiest day of my life.”
“We were all miles from home, in the same boat, and that made it easier for us all to get on, even if, in the back of our minds, we knew we were in competition with each other as well. Apart from loving soccer and having the ambition to play for United, there were things in our backgrounds that brought us together as well.”
“The season 1995/96 was the making of me. It was the making of all of us, thanks to a boss who believed in us even before we believed in ourselves.”
“The schedule had my first stop as the hospital where I was due to have my medical. If we did crash, at least I was headed towards the right place. It wasn’t until much later in the day that I realized it wasn’t just the police and the press: everybody in Madrid drives like they’re chasing pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix.”