15 Empowering Quotes By Team Germany

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Congrats to the German squad for their 2014 World Cup Championship. One of the most difficult tournaments to win, and by far the most popular. We take a glimpse inside the minds of some of the greatest footballers on the planet from team Germany. The players, including the goalie and coach, give us a great indication that their passion, ambition and confidence were a key factor to their victorious win. The attitudes and mindsets of these players gives us concrete evidence that they were built for greatness. From these powerful statements and wise words, we can conclude that the Germans were destined to be World Champions in Brazil 2014.

The Goalie:

Manuel Neuer: “Accept the useful! Reject the useless! And add something of your own!”

 

The Defence:

Holger Badstuber: “If you sacrifice your dreams, you admit defeat forever.”

Jerome Boateng: “Lose your patience, lose your power.”

Mats Hummels: “Everybody who really does what he is capable of, is a hero”

Phillip Lahm: “The most essential quality in the game is passion.”

 

The Midfield:

Sami Kedhira: “Whatever you can do or dream about being able to do it: Start now!”

Bastien Schweinsteiger: “You have to give it your all to be successful.”

Lewis Holtby: “It‘s not crucial what you do, but who you become by doing it.”

Toni Kroos: “You have an advantage in life when you start where others talk first.”

Mesut Özil: “If you want, you can overcome all; Pressure, expectations, gravity.”

Andre Schürrle: “The secret of success? Being different from all the others.”

 

The Strikers:

Thomas Müller: “If you raise your gaze, you don’t see the boundaries anymore.”

Miroslav Klose: “It’s no shame to fall down, but it is a shame to just stay down.”

Lukas Podolski: “If you have fun doing something, you also take it seriously.”

Mario Götze: “A strong will opens the door to success.”

 

The Coach:

Joachim Löw: “If you want to change something, you have to use new ways.”

 

 

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