JOE's Quotes of the Week - June 18, 2015
It's been an eventful week in sport, entertainment and more, and JOE has picked out some of the best quotes of the last seven days...
*“I'm thrilled, Top Gear is my favourite programme of all time.” – Chris Evans, on being named as the new host of the BBC programme
*“In terms of racial abuse of footballers I think we’re far better than pretty much everywhere else. But it’s not perfect and you’ve got to keep battling on.” – Gary Lineker discussing racism in football in his exclusive interview with JOE.co.uk
*"For me the only true disability is life is a bad attitude" – 100m world record holder Blake Leeper
*“At first it was a bit worrying - you might have killed your lead actor” – Game of Thrones star Kit Harington on losing consciousness while filming Spooks: The Greater Good
*“We're lucky to have him at Arsenal, but if ever he decided to move forward in his career, he definitely has the capability to play in a Spanish team.” – Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla, speaking exclusively to JOE.co.uk about team-mate Jack Wilshere
In case I do get hit, can you give me a list of bodyshops so I know where to direct the drivers to fix their cars? https://t.co/JaJALE7y2o
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) June 17, 2015
*“If all goes to plan this year, let’s say I come 20th at the games, next year I want to be top 10. As long as I can just keep improving” – Britain’s fittest man Steven Fawcett, speaking to JOE.co.uk about his first CrossFit Games
*“He needs help like a shark needs a dentist” – Ray Hudson on Sergio Aguero after the Argentina striker’s Copa America goal
*“Without realizing the extent of my injuries, I stood up to get back onstage and crumbled like a sack of Joe Theismanns (look it up, kiddies). That sh*t was B-R-O-K-E.” – Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, who continued a gig in Sweden after breaking his leg in a fall from the stage.
America's news media claim they don't Donald Trump seriously - but they're all at his press conference...
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) June 16, 2015
*“I don't believe in the devil, but The X Factor is the devil's work”, Graham Coxon of Blur, in an interview with the Mail on Sunday’s Event Magazine
— JOE (@JOE_co_uk) June 14, 2015