My Favorite Quotes
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 Tiffeny Milbrett - “ready and willing to give a new coach a try.”
 Jeremy Brett - “I meditate and do yoga. I sit cross-legged and try not to levitate too much.”
 Jeremy Brett - “I mean, money people are usually quite brisk, but mine aren't, and they keep on giving me spaces so that I've been able to go on and do plays and films.”
 Jeremy Brett - “Villains are very, very boring to do. They're so much easier than heroes.”
 Jeremy Brett - “I think the greatest star in American at the moment is Kevin Costner.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “You can't ask every player to do the same thing. That's why we have amazing midfielders, defenders, forwards and keepers. You can't ask them to be of the same mold.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “My philosophy about the game, for instance, is that you have players out there who really do different things.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “I'm not saying I didn't have ample time to recover, ample time to get to my best, I felt this year I did fine. When I stepped on the field for the national team, I was ready and able to make an impact, to score goals, to create chances.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “I don't think the game should be perfect. It's 95 percent mistakes out there - you have to work with 10 players on your side and another 11 against you. It's a crazy, chaotic game.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “I can't pretend to be enjoying this. I can't pretend I'm enjoying going out there and playing this style.”
 George Brett - “If I stay healthy, I have a chance to collect 3,000 hits and 1,000 errors.”
 George Brett - “A woman will be elected President before Wade Boggs is called out on strikes. I guarantee that.”
 George Brett - “If a tie is like kissing your sister, losing is like kissing you grandmother with her teeth out.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “I was really disappointed in April when she never sat me down to talk to me to tell me she thought I was struggling,”
 George Brett - “Even today, if the Royals win six games all year, if they're going to go 6-156, I hope they beat the Yankees six times.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “Charles provides everything you'd want from a family, to feel respected and understood and trusted. There's a real, real close bond, very tight-knit, very special. If you didn't go to Portland, you'd never understand it.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “It might be more important to me now. I understand things more. I have a better perspective. My blood's purple -- I think everyone else would say that, too.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “But that in and of itself this past year was not a factor in what I did for the national team every time I stepped out there, or in training, or when I stepped out there in the WUSA.”
 George Brett - “I don't think I can play any other way but all out. I enjoy the game so much because I'm putting so much into it.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “Death affects everyone a little differently, and you never know until it happens. I don't know. Clive's death really made me, I don't know, strong in ways I hadn't been in a long time. It made me feel like, I don't know, it's time to stop wasting your time. I can't waste any more time.”
 Jeremy Brett - “One of the wonderful things about this glorious holiday trip I'm on is that I'm in public with people. It hasn't been inclined... I don't know - something to do with the death of my wife. It's inclined to make me isolated.”
 George Brett - “If they stay within the organization, the obvious choice is Frank White . The thing is, if you hire him, it's going to be very difficult to fire Frank White if things don't go well. He's a local guy. He played at the academy. And he made such an impact on this community. He was a great player. God, it would be tough. You'd almost be saying, 'Frank, you've got five years or six years or 10 years.'”
 George Brett - “But that's the kind of team we were that year. We were seven games out at the All-Star break. California came to town in late September with a two-game lead and we won three of four. We won every game we had to win. We clinched on a Friday night in extra innings. We felt unbeatable.”
 Jeremy Brett - “The provocation with Holmes is the fact that he's described by Doyle as a man without a heart - all brain... and that's very difficult to play, or even indicate.”
 Tiffeny Milbrett - “I've known since I went to the national team when I was very young that I was a different bird.”

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