„He thinks in one second and does it the next. He is a special player, one who is original and exceptional. He creates space where there is none. Only the very best players can do that. No matter where he gets the ball or how it comes to him, Zidane can get out of trouble. His imagination and his technique are amazing.“

Edgar Davids, 2000 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/4752511/Guardiola-books-his-chance-to-face-Zidane.html.

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