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Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden arrives to watch the women's downhill on March 11, 2009 at the Ski World Cup finals in Are.
Scissors kicks, diving headers, and even some with the back of my head. But I never cared whether it was pretty or not. For me, the finest thing was the ball just making it over the line. A very important goal for me personally came in Sweden in 1965 ... It was a game we had to win in order to qualify for the World Cup in England. I'd just recovered from a complicated Achilles tendon operation and I didn't know if it would all hold together. The fact I scored in such an important match was vital for my confidence, because I knew I'd be able to continue as an international.
It was just at the end of the Ireland and Sweden soccer match when I heard the noise and opened the front door. It was four guys with balaclavas and they were powerful — they had some kind of an object with themMore quotes »
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