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Italy Quotes

We’ve collected the best Italy Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Danilo Gallinari, Matteo Salvini, Tim Ryan, Fabio Cannavaro, Ahmed Ben Bella. Use them as an inspiration.

My project is to finish the career in Italy with Milano.
We apply the catechism by opening Italy’s doors to women and children who come here legally on aeroplanes, but no more men on rubber dinghies. We will help them grow up and work in their own countries. Let’s spend in Africa the money that needs to be spent.
My great grandfather emigrated from Italy, and my grandfather worked in a steel mill and was able to raise kids and have a family and go on vacation.
I would love to become the national team coach. I am aware that it is a tough job, but I spent 15 years with Italy. In my opinion, I have the right experience for this role and I know the environment very well too.
Colonialism is an idea born in the West that drives Western countries – like France, Italy, Belgium, Great Britain – to occupy countries outside of Europe.
You see the strength of the Spanish league, the Premier League, Germany, France, and Italy. The TV revenues are so much higher in those countries.
My first flight was to Majorca as a 17-year-old and I went to Seattle to visit a friend after that. But the first time I really ventured out abroad to Canada and Japan as well as to Europe, to France, Spain, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands, was to promote my first album.
The savings rate in Italy is high, but the markets do not trust Italy even though it’s the third largest economy in the European Union and the eighth in the world.
Anibal Cavaco Silva
Everything about Italy is hot: the climate, the people, the fashion, even the shape of the country – how much hotter can you get than a tall boot with a high heel?
The difference between Germany and Italy? I think in Serie A there is more quality and the game is quicker, but in Germany it’s similar.
The reality is that I spent years in the factories in Italy when I first set up Jimmy Choo. Today, everyone who has a job at Jimmy Choo, I’ve done their job – right down to the cleaner.
Tamara Mellon
I was born in Pizzoferrato, a little village of 1000, in the Abruzzi region of Italy.
Sometimes I thought that maybe it would have been better to stay in Italy, to stay at Lazio.
The most stylish country in the world is Italy.
Nick Rhodes
I’ve learned things in Italy at the age of 31. Some of the passing drills are so complicated you need a high level of concentration and if you mess up the rhythm, believe me you are told!
I must say, the standard of football we play in League Two is better than I thought. I think, if you compared it with the fourth division in other countries, such as Italy, Germany and Spain, League Two is much, much better – and that’s very positive. The intensity and the tempo is as high as the Premier League.
I have travelled and I have played for some amazing clubs along the way. In Italy and at Sion, I enjoyed my time.
We lived in a classless society. We’d spend a summer at Gore Vidal’s house in Italy, but we were on and off welfare.
Every country gets the circus it deserves. Spain gets bullfights. Italy the Church. America Hollywood.
Acting is wonderful, but it’s not pulling in the type of money that I want. It’s not bringing in the type of money that I am used to or the type of money that is going to supply my lifestyle. I’m a leisure girl; I like to be over in Italy or in Europe, you know shopping or vacationing, you know.
Italy’s assets are her style, her beauty, her creativity, her passion, her energy, her technology; and these will be core brand values of all our cars. Fiat as a company has a long way to go and a steep road ahead.
Life is too short. If we’re in Italy, have pizza and pasta. But not every day.
I was playing in a tournament in Brazil and an agent scouted me. He took me to his soccer school. The idea was he used it to scout players and anyone he thought was good enough he took over to Italy. That’s what he did with me when I was 15.
If you’re a Kennedy and you go to Italy or you go to Argentina, you’re treated as royalty. And in the United States, we’re endlessly fascinated by the family.
I like health-conscious cooking, but growing up in the South, I do love southern cooking; southern France, southern Italy, southern Spain. I love southern cooking.
I love Italy and I say I am from Italy wherever I go.
Vin brule is a version of mulled wine enjoyed in Piemonte, in northwestern Italy. It’s a perfect choice for holiday entertaining because you can double or even triple the recipe and leave it over very low heat, ladling it out as your guests come in from the cold.
When I do retire, I am going to go back to Italy.
When I left Ajax in 1999, I travelled to Liverpool and spoke to Houllier. I was shown around Anfield and also met with the chairman and a couple of the players. I thought about it, but when Juventus came to the table, I came to the conclusion that it would be a bigger challenge to play in Italy.
Italy should learn from the English system regarding security and civility.
I got married on a beach in Italy. It was very romantic getting married in Italian. But I’ve no idea what we agreed to.
In Italy, everybody buys silver for every special occasion. Baptisms, weddings, you get silver.
When I grew up in Italy in the 1950s, it was still very agricultural. Food was very important; produce was very important. Everyone made their own olive oil. It took me a long time after I moved here to understand that Americans are much further away from their food.
The ‘classicpig is inspired by northern Italy. It is made up of meat and fat, rosemary and garlic, salt and lots of black pepper.
In Italy, you lose a game, you can’t walk out of the stadium without having a police escort. You lose a game in England and you get out and, as long as you’ve done your best, you are asked to sign autographs and you see the kids and you see everybody and nothing happens.
I know this is economic jargon, but essentially, if you bring more women to the job market, you create value, it makes economic sense, and growth is improved. There are countries where it’s almost a no-brainer: Korea, Japan, soon to be China, certainly Germany, Italy. Why? Because they have an aging population.
I can still remember watching Italy win the 1982 World Cup. I was just an eight-year-old kid in Naples, my hometown, watching the games with a bunch of people in the houses of relatives and friends. I can recall that when Italy scored, we would shout and hug, even though we did not all know each other.
You don’t criticise Totti in Italy. There might have been reasons to, sometimes, but you don’t touch him.
I lived in mafia neighborhoods off and on when I was a kid. If you were in Little Italy, in East Harlem, in Brooklyn… Those neighborhoods were, in those years, dominated by mafia families. You knew it and you felt it, you know?

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