My father was a politician. My grandfather was a politician too, maybe it's an innate idea of representing people that we have in our family. I won't go into politics. I think I can provide the voice for the voiceless through law.
You've got to find a sweet spot where you skill meets your passion, meets your job.
Sometimes it's easier to chase a title than it is to lead.
If young players are capable of playing 90 minutes every week at European clubs why prevent them from doing that?
People have been very quick to judge young black players on their lifestyles and then when they go on to win the World Cup, to take league titles or score goals they're all of a sudden changed men. They haven't changed, people are just choosing to see them in a different way.
You cannot underestimate Zidane's achievement of winning the Champions League three times in a row - it must have taken superb skills to motivate the likes of Ronaldo, Luka Modric, Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema et al to have the desire to become serial Champions League winners.
My favourite artist is Beyonce. I also like Jasmine Sullivan.
Marta is one of my favourite players, and one of the best players I've had the privilege of coming up against, so I say this with the greatest respect: there are other players who were in a much stronger position to be named the best female player of 2018.
Just because someone doesn't have a silver spoon in their mouth doesn't mean they can't be highly intelligent.
It is a certain type of guy who's OK with having a girlfriend who is better at football than him. It is actually problematic. Some guys really can't cope with it.
It is dangerous to sit on your laurels, but a lot of the time you only have to add one or two people to the fringes of a winning team to improve it.
Look, the reality is that people will pay more for a match when Wayne Rooney is playing than when I am playing. I will never expect to be paid the same as Wayne Rooney, because I am not Wayne Rooney. And there's no getting around that.
There is a risk women's football becomes the most popular spectator sport that fans tune into every four years but are not interested in parting with their money to watch the same players on their doorstep.
Players are under enough pressure to perform from fans and the media without a manager complicating matters further in public.
If, say, a striker knows that scoring 30 goals in a season will lead to them winning a prestigious award then they will try that little bit harder because, regardless of what players may say, individual recognition on the world stage is important.
Standing up for what you believe in and being honest, telling the truth are all very liberating things.
This is something that baffles me about managers: if you know the formation that you will revert to if you are in trouble, why not start with it?
No one should feel comfortable venting racist abuse, whether from the stands or through media outlets. Just as fans must call out any fans they see hurling abuse, journalists must call out colleagues who perpetuate divisive rhetoric. Name and shame them.
Something about the WSL is that the margins for error are very small. In the Premier League you can get away with losing a couple of games, but the women's league is so short and the leaders tend to set the bar so high that if you lose a couple of games your title hopes are over.
For all his tactical genius Guardiola is also a manager who can be patient and loyal, who backs players to come out of bad patches and hit golden patches.