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“Je ne veux pas tout analyser”

Posted by hakanrylander on June 3, 2009

Paris_maj_2009_399Yesterday I stumbled upon the latest issue of the French magazine “Psychologies”. It contains a long interview with United legend Eric Cantona. Among other things he describes how he prefers hitting a good pass to scoring a goal and how he misses the “drug” of performing on the football pitch. 

“It’s only with my family, with my friends or when I play that I feel perfectly happy and free.”

He also talks about whether he regrets his kung-fu kick at Selhurst Park,  and explains his famous sardines quote.

Highly recommended.

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2 Responses to ““Je ne veux pas tout analyser””

  1. The Gaffer said

    Good interview.
    Anyway here the tranlated version for anyone else who wants to read…

    http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.psychologies.com%2FCulture%2FDivan-de-Stars%2FInterviews%2FEric-Cantonna-Je-ne-veux-pas-tout-analyser&sl=fr&tl=en&hl=en&ie=UTF-8

  2. hakanrylander said

    Thanks, Gaffer. The translation, as always with Google, is far from flawless, but it certainly helps.

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