Quade Cooper was a man of few words at his press conference this week.
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"Yeah, all I want to say is I'm back, I'm fit and healthy and I am ready to go and I will see everybody at Eden Park."
The only thing Quade Cooper said at press conference this week.
"If you have to punch each other up around the corner, then do it, get it out of your system, then come back."
Shane Warne suggests a way Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Strauss might be able to sort out their differences.
"Stats don't lie."
South African Vernon Philander, who picked up the man-of-the-match award in the final Test, responds to those in the English press who questioned whether he was really as good as figures showed.
"We were there to play against the Poms the next day and Sir Donald got as big a serve as any of the Englishmen did – probably a lot more."
Former Australian cricketer Gary Cosier exposes the level of animosity that was directed towards Sir Donald Bradman on the eve of the Centenary Test in 1977.
"It might mean more kids choosing rugby league ahead of AFL."
Mitchell Pearce of the Roosters is hopeful the NRL's new TV rights deal will stop the sport haemorrhaging support at the junior levels.
"We have not asked for one cent more out of Collingwood – not one cent more. All we want if five years. They have offered four."
Travis Cloke's father and manager David continues to discuss contract negotiations through the media ven though talks are supposed to have been put on hold.
"I think what would more affect him is the crowd. Clearly they have turned against him."
Former Collingwood coach Mick Malthouse thinks Cloke's form has less to do with contract negotiations and more to do with the reception he gets from fans.
"I've always thought if I can go out on my own terms, that's the way I'd like to do it."
Collingwood utility Chris Tarrant is comfortable with his decision to retire at the end of this season.
"I was lucky enough to coach Merv [Neagle] and he was not only a brilliant footballer but was also a real character."
GWS coach Kevin Sheedy pays tribute to Essendon premiership player Merv Neagle, who was tragically killed in a motoring accident this week.
"We made him [Tomic] apologise to Wimbledon."
Tennis Australia's Craig Tiley reveals they forced Bernard Tomic to apologise to the All England Club for digging up the grass with his racquet after his shock first-round loss David Goffin earlier this year.
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