My ancestors were fighters, something I have inherited.
If someone is too perfect they won't look good. Imperfection is important.
I don't need to be involved with a game watched by millions of people to be fulfilled.
When times are difficult, I tell myself, 'I'm just passing through.'
I don't know where my medals are.
I try to find different ways of expressing myself. Without that I will die.
I know that I have a face, a look, people aren't used to seeing. A presence.
I prefer to play and lose rather than win, because I know in advance I'm going to win.
I always wanted to play against the best.
Often there are players who have only football as a way of expressing themselves and never develop other interests. And when they no longer play football, they no longer do anything; they no longer exist, or rather they have the sensation of no longer existing.
I have a car but it's not important.
I want to look forward.
My best moment? I have a lot of good moments but the one I prefer is when I kicked the hooligan.
Sometimes in life one experiences an emotion which is so strong that it is difficult to think, or to reason.
I think it's better to be involved in one or two movies a year.
He who has regrets cannot look at himself in the mirror.
My father's parents were from Sardinia and my mother's from Barcelona.
Being French, to me, is first and foremost being a revolutionary.
I didn't want really to be involved in a normal soccer club.
We can be eaten by techniques and forget what we have inside of us.
I started beach football in Monte Carlo when I retired from football in 1997. I liked the game very much.