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Last Updated: Monday, 17 January 2005, 08:51 GMT
Quotes of the week
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
To be fair, when we go to Manchester United I will bring a very good bottle of wine because the wine we drunk was very bad.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho on sharing a drink with rival boss Sir Alex Ferguson.

He came sprinting towards me with his hands raised, saying: "What do you want to do about it?"
Fergie appears unlikely to be toasting Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger as he recalls the Battle of the Buffet.

I will not answer questions about this man again.
Wenger's reaction. Expect more pleasantries at Highbury, 2000 GMT, Tue 1 February.

It reminds me of WWF wrestling. It's extremely childish and boring.
BBC 606 presenter Adrian Chiles is fed up with feuding managers and the tabloid feeding frenzy.

I have never been to Exeter in my life.
Fergie gets his map out before Wednesday's FA Cup replay. It's simple Sir Alex - M6, M5, turn off at Taunton.

They'll find our cold showers a real shock to the system.
Exeter striker Steve Flack expects a lukewarm Devon welcome.

He says: 'I went down to say hello to my supporters.'
Paulo di Canio's agent Matteo Roggi explains the Italian's controversial salute to Lazio fans. That's alright, then.

It was just a bit of a scrummage with a few hyenas involved.
Middlesbrough's Boudewijn Zenden, a judo black belt, on the 21-man dispute against Everton.

The last thing I wanted.
New Southampton manager Harry Redknapp as his side draws old club Portsmouth in the FA Cup.

El partido con Atletico was mucho mejor para todos.
David Beckham tries Spanish. In other words: "The game against Atletico was much better for all of us."

The Spanish Inquisition.
Headline in The Sun, which claimed Beckham may have been fed his lines by Victoria to a listening device hidden under his white woolly hat.

I want my diet Coke. I want my milk.
Horse racing pundit John McCririck has a monster sulk on Celebrity Big Brother.

She said that Paris had a lot of backing from the public and we don't have that, unfortunately.
Community worker Amran Hussain hears the Queen's views on London's 2012 Olympic bid. At least she wasn't in fancy dress.

Steve Bucknor has completely lost the plot. He should take his pension back and sail off to the sunset.
Bob Willis forgets his chill pill as he slates the umpire for his bad light calls during England's cricket tour of South Africa.

Wimbledon has always been the one tournament I'd love to win and I'll go out there this year and give it my best shot.
Tim Henman prepares the British public for another quarter-final appearance at SW19.







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