Chinaglia , who died in April, would infamously berate team-mate Pele if he didnâ€™t pass to him during their time together in the US. Asked in later years if he played with the Brazilian great, Chinagliaâ€™s response would be: â€śNo. Pele played with me.â€ť
â€śHe was so infatuated with scoring goals that if people didnâ€™t pass the ball to him when he thought he deserved it, he would go ballistic,â€ť Tueart told the Manchester Evening News. â€śHe was a fantastic goalscorer and he was a winner.
â€śI like mavericks who are winners. People who are demanding of themselves and their team-mates. Thatâ€™s what you want in business â€“ in most walks of life. You want to find people who are pushing themselves and others to achieve.
â€śMario Balotelli wants to win. You can see on the pitch that if he makes a run and someone doesnâ€™t make the pass, he rants and raves.
â€śI could play with that. Heâ€™s a maverick who is a winner. I like winners who donâ€™t just play for themselves. Then everyone benefits.â€ť