My Favorite Quotes
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 Jonah Lomu - “The shoulder injury I incurred during the match in June took me out of the NPC season in New Zealand,”
 Jonah Lomu - “When I was playing I felt tired all the time. My recovery period was a lot longer than the other players. They'd be ok after an hour - I'd have to stay in bed till the next session.”
 Jonah Lomu - “The biggest thing for me is just to get out on that field. Just to do that will be incredible.”
 Jonah Lomu - “It's a really exciting time to be involved in Welsh rugby.”
 Jonah Lomu - “I was only operating at about 80 of my capacity.”
 Jonah Lomu - “I was diagnosed with the illness right before the 1995 World Cup.”
 Jonah Lomu - “I am very excited to be here in Wales and look forward to putting on the Cardiff Blues shirt.”
 Jonah Lomu - “Where do I start My former manager, Phil Kingsley-Jones, is Welsh, and I've spent a lot of time in the Principality, and I am looking for a challenge and a platform which will allow me a standard of rugby which will allow me to prove to my critics that I am not some washed-up has-been,”
 Jonah Lomu - “It's a really exciting time to be involved in Welsh rugby,”
 Jonah Lomu - “How do I take a step How do I lift my foot off the ground, move it through the air a little bit and then bring it down I had to teach myself to walk again.”
 Jonah Lomu - “It was like falling off a building and suddenly, bang, you hit the bottom. The first time it happened was on an ordinary day at home. I was taking down some curtains. I took one step, turned around, took another step and then I fell and hit my head hard on the rowing machine.”
 Jonah Lomu - “I thought about dying whenever I got bad news about other people.”
 Jonah Lomu - “For me, I want to get into training and make the squad,”
 Jonah Lomu - “It's been a long road back to health and fitness for me. I am just glad to have been given the opportunity to do what I love most.”
 Jonah Lomu - “Towards the end of 2003 it was hard to get through training - and the darkest point was when a doctor told me there was a possibility I could end up in a wheelchair.”
 Jonah Lomu - “I was this guy who'd been racing around down there, on that field in 1999, running straight over people, scoring tries, winning games, having fun. And I ended up so sick I couldn't even run past a little baby.”
 Jonah Lomu - “I was on dialysis for 18 months before the transplant, so it was important I tried to look ahead to days like my comeback this Saturday. You need those big goals to drive you on.”