What I learned from reading My Turn: A Life of Total Football by Johan Cruyff.
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[0:01] I always say you play football with your head; you just use your legs to run.
[1:09] I'm not capable of doing something at a low level.
[8:45] I'm definitely cunning. I'm always on the lookout for the best advantage.
[13:16] To be able to touch the ball perfectly once, you need to have touched it a hundred thousand times in training.
[14:00] My father died in 1959, when he was forty-five and I was twelve. His death has never let go of me.
[21:07] Winning was the consequence of the process that we had concentrated on.
[45:30] It doesn't work without full commitment.
[55:17] The experiences I have been through have given me a vast store of knowledge that needs to be shared so that others can profit from my experiences.
[56:09] I've led a full life and can look back on it the way you're supposed to. It's been so incredibly intense that I feel like I've lived for a hundred years.
[56:21] A setback is probably a sign that you need to make some adjustments. If you learn to think that way, all experiences are translated into something positive.
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