Motivational Abby Wambach Quotes And Sayings
Inspirational Abby Wambach Quotes

Motivational Abby Wambach Quotes And Sayings

Abby Wambach Quotes:- Abby Wambach (born June 2, 1980) is an American retired soccer player, coach, two-time Olympic gold medalist, a FIFA Women’s World Cup champion and a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

Inspirational Abby Wambach Quotes

I always think that struggle can bring out the best in people – or the worst.
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Inspirational Abby Wambach Quotes

When you can score three goals without the most prolific scorer in the world, you know you have a lot of depth, and it gives you confidence.
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The most important thing is to get better at your craft, and concussions and head impacts are a setback.
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I want to do what I can to give the next generation of athletes added advantages in the game.
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I want to reduce my risks as much as possible and hopefully be able to go to the World Cup fit, ready and healthy.
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I think, as you grow older, you have figure out the best way to utilize not only your body but your skill.
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For any athlete growing up, the Olympics is the one thing you watch with your family, and it’s the one thing you dream about. Seeing your country’s flag go up as you get a gold medal is the best thing you can achieve.
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Sometimes if you have a coach or team-mates for too long, you get caught in certain routines. I think it’s good to shake up things a little bit.
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People don’t understand that the feel of the surface is so important for a footballer. The ball travels on the surface; our feet move on the surface – all of that goes into how the game is actually played.
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Your heart can only take you so far – sometimes the physical body tells you otherwise.
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Famous Quotes by Abby Wambach

I’m not sure if I’m going to get into coaching. I’m sure I’ll stay in soccer somehow.
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My eldest sister Beth is a doctor who studied at Harvard and Columbia and played basketball for Harvard. She set the athletic and academic standard for the rest of us to follow.
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Any good attacker will always beat a defender who’s face-marking you.
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I have a unique ability to predict the flight of the ball, and my teammates have a unique ability to find me.
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Any little touch a defender can make on me when I’m in the air literally moves me. On the ground, I can use my muscle, but in the air, it’s harder to fight that off.
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I have never once dribbled the whole field and scored a goal by myself.
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When I look in the mirror, I don’t see a person who’s made the kind of impact that Mia Hamm made on the game. She’s still my idol, the greatest player and the greatest teammate. She achieved so much in so many different ways. What she did for women’s soccer can’t be measured.
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I’m not spending every second thinking about the World Cup, but it’s always in my mind when I make choices and decisions.
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If you break an individual record, it’s because of the greatness that comes before you.
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Best Quotes on Abby Wambach

I would trade all the individual awards I’ve won for a World Cup.
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When I was really young, the women’s national team wasn’t on a grand media stage, so my role models were male basketball and male American football players.
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I don’t care how many championships you’ve won or how many records you’ve broken – if you’ve had a hand in pushing forward not only a game but women in sport’s movement, then I think that’s pretty darn good.
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I would love to be a mum if I’m blessed to have children. My wife and I have those plans.
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The growth of women’s soccer and women’s sports all around the world has been slow.
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I hope we can get to a point where women players are being paid properly all around the world so the only thing they have to worry about is playing football and playing football alone.
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I am not a politician by nature, but I will say I think there need to be more women in FIFA, and I would be open to having those conversations when the time is right.
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At the most elite level, your nutrition becomes a lifestyle: it’s not something you have to do when you’re preparing for Olympic games or World Cup games – you just do it. You’re more inclined to eat healthier because it’s better for your muscles.
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Powerful Abby Wambach Quotes

Soccer players generally burn through all of their carbohydrate stores by halftime, so how are you going to replace those? That’s what we do at halftime.
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I am going to change the world, and I’m talking to everybody in the possible world that I can get to that can help me to do that.
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I’m going to do anything I can do – whether that’s being part of FIFA or creating some sort of movement that can actually impart real equality across all lines – in every country, every city, every sector all over the world, that’s what I’m going to do.
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When I was in college, I learned to really take care of my body and figured out what works best for me and what doesn’t work for me when it comes to my nutrition. That helped so much on the field because soccer is such a fitness-oriented game.
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I’m pretty goofy. I laugh at my own jokes.
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You know me, I’m not that kind of person that cares to unveil all of my personal things to the world because frankly, in terms of my soccer, it doesn’t matter.
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I’m not in the business of politics.
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If I can help a kid feel more comfortable in their skin because they’re struggling with maybe the things I struggled with in high school, that’s great.
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Top Abby Wambach Quotes And

A few goals is the way soccer is meant to be played.
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My parents, they’re the kind of people that didn’t want me to get a big head, so they just kept challenging me and challenging me.
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As soon as I started to realize that I could make a living playing professional soccer, I went to that place where I could torture myself because I knew it would make me better for the championship game.
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This might sound masochistic or narcissistic, I don’t know, but when I’m not playing the game, the validations I feel about life are always through the hardships. I relate more to sadness, in a lot of ways, when I’m not playing.
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