Who’s saying what in Guangzhou

Who’s saying what at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou:

By (AFP)

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Published: Tue 16 Nov 2010, 10:46 AM

Last updated: Mon 6 Apr 2015, 5:02 AM

“It’s a bad moment for him. He’s a young player and he’s got to forget it. If he thinks about it then he can’t keep going in football or in his life. Every player makes mistakes. This is a big one, but that’s what happens.”

· Qatar’s Mohammed Elneel after teammate Qatar’s Fahad Khalfan managed to miss an open goal from one yard in their last 16 football defeat to Uzbekistan.

“The game took five hours. I’m too tired to talk.”

· South Korea snooker player Lim Yun-Mi after her marathon win over Singapore’s Charlene Chai.

“Korean children are burdened with a great amount of schoolwork as well as academic pressure. They are too busy to have proper training.”

· South Korea chess coach Song Jin-Woo

“We have no TV in our room, so we just talk about our girlfriends and other teams or read news on the Internet.”

· South Korean footballer Koo Ja-Cheol on how his teammates pass the time between matches and training.

“I’ll get a new gun in December.”

· Kazakhstan shooter Olga Dovgun after failing to qualify for the women’s 10m air rifle.

“Sometimes the horse couldn’t concentrate on the competition. She always looked at the high trees around the arena.”

· Taiwan equestrian competitor Chang Fang-yu describing her horse Touche.

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