Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Quotes

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Quotes On Football

In football you never know, but generally speaking, I feel more than comfortable here [in Borussia Dortmund]. There’ s no place on earth I’d rather be.

In football you never know, but generally speaking, I feel more than comfortable here [in Borussia Dortmund]. There’ s no place on earth I’d rather be.

Achieving Champions League

Achieving Champions League football is the minimum requirement and always the most important thing for [Dortmund Borussia] club. Beyond that, we want to win a trophy. Maybe the German Cup, because we’ve reached the last three finals, but haven’t won one, so that’s a big motivation for us.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Quotes On Goal

I always set myself new goals. I always want to do better than I did in the past. I always want to achieve things I never achieved before.

I’ve worked really hard on getting into the box more and being closer to the goal, which I think has brought real benefits to my game. It’s definitely improved my goal scoring.

Every goal is hard work, especially in such an excellent league as the Bundesliga; or even take the Champions League.

I want to score goals in every match, as many as possible.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Quotes On Speed

At Milan when I was

At Milan when I was younger, I worked a lot on the leg press because I’d lost a bit of my natural speed as my body was changing. I was growing too fast for the rest of my body to cope and I had some knee problems. I worked really hard in the gym to regain these fast sprints.

At the same time the players around me almost make it an automatism to score goals. We have so much quality and speed on the pitch – the genius of players like Mario Gotze or Marco Reus has to lead to goals.

Speed is a part of me.

Speed is a part of me. I think I was born with that, and nowadays a fast player, I need a fast car, too.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Quotes On Winning

I’ve played in France. There, in many matches everybody is already happy if he can secure a point. Here, in Germany? Forget it! Everybody wants to win. The last-placed team in the standings would take any match with the ambition to win it. That makes it so hard, even for the best teams in the league.

Only Bayern Munich really have some sort of a guarantee to win if they only catch a good day. All the others need really good days to win. I like that.

There have been miraculous stories in the history of big football events all around the globe, with host nations achieving fantastic results and even winning titles with the support of their fans.

We have our ambitions [in Dortmund Borussia], and of course I would love to win some titles after some years of finishing second or losing finals.

Achieving Champions League football is the minimum requirement and always the most important thing for [Dortmund Borussia] club. Beyond that, we want to win a trophy. Maybe the German Cup, because we’ve reached the last three finals, but haven’t won one, so that’s a big motivation for us.

Achieving Champions League football is the minimum requirement and always the most important thing for [Dortmund Borussia] club. Beyond that, we want to win a trophy. Maybe the German Cup, because we’ve reached the last three finals, but haven’t won one, so that’s a big motivation for us.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Quotes On New Quote

First and foremost, we have to focus on what we’re doing and not worry about what Bayern – or any other clubs – are doing.

We have our ambitions

We have our ambitions [in Dortmund Borussia], and of course I would love to win some titles after some years of finishing second or losing finals.

The fans of Borussia Dortmund are truly amazing. It is hard to describe what you feel when you play in front of them, the atmosphere they create not only on the yellow wall with its 25000-something fans jumping up and down a full 90-plus minutes of every game, no matter the score or the opponent.

I try to stay as young as these rookies are.It feels a bit strange not to be anymore the youngster I used to be. But I’m okay with it. Mostly, I enjoy being on the pitch with so many talented players around me.

[Didier] Drogba sent me a text message after I won the African Player of the Year award. It made me very happy.

With [Samuel] Eto’o, I talked a lot about his great career and how I could become a better player.

Didier Drogba and Samuel Eto’o, two fantastic African footballers. So successful. And very nice characters as well. I got the luck to know them personally. They helped me a lot.

The moment my name was called [Africa’s Footballer of the Year] was truly overwhelming and I was about to scream with joy.

Most of all I hope the

Most of all I hope the tournament [The 2017 Africa Cup of Nations] will help unite our people [in Gabon]. My wish is to celebrate a big party all together.

It was Thomas Tuchel’s first season as coach and I played centrally always. The whole team had a great year, one that I enjoyed a lot. Our style has changed a bit, from trying to score within five seconds to a more calm and in some regard more educated style of play. We try to find the right moment – and then we explode.

I was always sure the Bundesliga was the right choice for me. My first season was solid, if unspectacular, so maybe I would have preferred it not to be so hard at the beginning, but I’ve worked very hard to get to this point and want to get even better now.

Before I arrived here [ Borussia Dortmund], a lot of people were questioning about whether I could ever play as a striker, that I was a guy who could only run down the wing quickly.

I would love to have a race against Usain Bolt one day! It would certainly be a good challenge for me.

Few years ago I did 30m in 3.7 seconds. Whether that makes me quicker than [Usain] Bolt, I don’t know! We all know Usain is the best.

At Milan when I was younger, I worked a lot on the leg press because I’d lost a bit of my natural speed as my body was changing. I was growing too fast for the rest of my body to cope and I had some knee problems. I worked really hard in the gym to regain these fast sprints.

I always set myself new goals. I always want to do better than I did in the past. I always want to achieve things I never achieved before.

When I arrive at our training ground at Borussia Dortmund, everybody could hear just that a few seconds before I can actually be seen. Everybody knows it’s me. I love to hear the machine working.

I have a passion for fast cars. To drive them means pure joy to me.

My mother used to have a shop in which she offered very colorful clothes. I liked that from my early days on.