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The money isn't a problem here. But I think Messi, like [Cristiano] Ronaldo, are players who are symbols of their clubs and it's difficult for them to leave. I would love to have Leo on my team, but that seems quite complicated. When a player has a free day at Manchester City, most of the players go to London, others to Italy, some to Spain.feedback
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Oct 11 2017 London
We found 23 articles in which Sergio Aguero said something. The most recent Sergio Aguero’s quote is: “I've broken a rib, now I'm resting. It hurts a lot but I'll soon be discharged.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Sergio Aguero 43 times. On this page, you will find all of Sergio Aguero’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Jul 07 2017

I can understand it because I was a number nine. But the fans don't know what goes through your head at a moment like that, especially in that last match against Chile, when he had the ball at his feet for a few yards.feedback

Jul 07 2017

All those thoughts make it harder for you. Maybe it would have been easier if he'd got a rebound and hadn't had any time to think. But that's football for you.feedback

Jul 07 2017

You can imagine what was going on. From the moment he gets on the ball until the moment he shoots, he's picturing in his mind the chance he missed against Germany and the one in the previous final against Chile.feedback

Jun 24 2017

There has never been an offer. They never presented the opportunity to get away from City.feedback

Apr 27 2017 - Champions League

Luckily I've now won quite a lot more than I've lost. The game is so important because we need to win to strengthen our position and boost our chances of qualifying for the Champions League.feedback

Apr 27 2017

That's the first thing I thought about derbies. I then went to Atletico Madrid and the derby was against Real Madrid. It was tough. I drew two or three of them, but I lost most. It was a similar story against United when I arrived here.feedback

Apr 27 2017 - Champions League

It has been quite a tough year. We made a very good start. Our form then dipped, but we managed to recover and had a few good performances followed by a few that weren't quite as good. I don't know if it's been bad. In the Champions League, we knew that Monaco would be tough opponents. We produced a good performance at home, but in the away leg I think we gave them the first half. You pay dearly in the Champions League if you do that. We reacted in the second half, but it was too late. It's called the Champions League because you're up against the best teams that can make it hard for you.feedback

Apr 27 2017

We came close in the FA Cup which I think is another example of a game where luck wasn't on our side. In the second half I think both Yaya [Toure] and Fernandinho hit the woodwork. If one of them had gone in, it would have been game over. Then we had a goal disallowed when the ball seemingly didn't go out. It's been a tough year, as is always the case in England. I don't think luck has been on our side in many games.feedback

Apr 27 2017

As a boy growing up in Argentina, derbies were always incredibly important. People over there are crazy and as a fan of the club where I started out, Independiente, I wanted us to win the Clasico so badly when I was young. I didn't play, but I wanted to beat Racing so much. I was at Independiente and Racing were our rivals. That was my initial taste of derbies and I really wanted to win them, no matter what. I was also thinking about something. People are happy for such a long time when you win a derby. It affects the whole city. People can calmly walk around the streets saying, we beat you!feedback

Apr 27 2017

We've always played the same way. I think what we've been missing this year is a bit more luck. There have been games that we were winning comfortably and a mistake or lack of concentration cost us a goal.feedback

Apr 27 2017

Luckily, things are going well for me. I'm happy that he's back now and that means I'll have to be much more focused and alert when I play. If I have to start on the bench once again, I'll have to accept it. That's football. I always respect my coaches and I certainly respect Pep. I just want to play and give my all until the end of the season.feedback

Apr 27 2017

I've always adapted to whatever the manager has decided. When I was on the bench, it wasn't a problem. Pep spoke to me and told me he was going with Gabriel Jesus. I just had to keep training hard and trying to do well when I got the chance to restore the manager's confidence in me.feedback

Apr 27 2017

In the game itself, I may not realise because I'm so immersed and you can't stop yourself. I've learnt a lot from him in terms of zones. He asks me to play as a number nine and to stay in that position. I often drift out wide during matches and he looks at me and says, If there's a player out wide who wants to cross it in, who's in there? Nobody.feedback

Apr 27 2017

Gabriel Jesus then picked up an injury against Bournemouth. I came on in the second half, after almost 25 days without playing 90 minutes. I had that initial feeling of distress and nerves linked to his injury. Gabriel Jesus was very unfortunate to be out for two months, so I had the chance to restore the manager's faith in me.feedback

Apr 27 2017

I have to focus on my distribution when I receive the ball and make sure that I lay it off well, while thinking about who is around me. There are many things going through my head. I've learnt a lot about that. At the start, I misplaced a lot of passes to the players supporting me, which I've learnt from. That's how you learn. You learn more year-on-year even when you get older, and I'm already old.feedback

Apr 27 2017

The thing I've found the hardest has been getting into my head the fact that I have to press the centre-back and the goalkeeper in matches. That's what Pep asks me to do.feedback

Apr 27 2017

It may not be a big deal, but in terms of processing it, the two of us speak a lot. He knows what I'm like. I've been gradually learning and adapting to that style of pressing over the last few months. The first thing he taught me was how to press and how to do it well. Obviously there are times when I might drift out of position or I might press in an area where I'm not supposed to be, which might make it hard for the wingers or midfielders.feedback

Apr 27 2017

I've been adapting this year and so has the team. The team has adapted to a different style of play. Every coach has his own style of play. The style under Pep is more attacking. Maybe I get more goalscoring chances and there's more for me to do. I always have to be ready to press and it can be tough because I can't see what's going on behind me and the centre-backs put pressure on me. It's very tough.feedback

Apr 09 2017

He's more involved in the game, he's not just in the box scoring goals. He's involved in our process. When I was talking about the second goal, for everybody to be involved, it was for that. Not just for the strikers to be there, for the ball to arrive and score a goal.feedback

Mar 03 2017

I spoke 10 times about that, you know my opinion.feedback

Mar 03 2017

We have to try to get enough of the ball and get ourselves in the right positions to see if we can cause them some problems.feedback

Mar 03 2017

Manchester City are a good team, as everybody is well aware. Can you cause them some problems defensively? Yes. The big thing is getting enough of the ball.feedback

Apr 29 2014

With my colleague Marta from Brazil we say #NoToRacism. We are all equal.feedback

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