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Micah Richards Interview *Video*

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Manchester City defender Micah Richards talks about the new regime at the City of Manchester Stadium and his path to football stardom.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 20 2008

Time: 5:38PM

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Just wish he would stop chewing gum while talking. Very annoying!!
Tudor
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20/10/2008 17:41:00

By gum.............could've been worse.......he might've started to blow bubbles with it !
lincolnblue
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20/10/2008 17:47:00

This I think was an impressive interview which brought out two very important points. Firstly, Micah is not going to get carried away by stardom. He has close friends and family who have helped him get to where he is and he recognises his success is down to the efforts of all these people. He also recognises how lucky he is to have achieved so much before the age of 20, coming from the Chapeltown area of Leeds. Secondly, here is a young man with real ambition. He is no dreamer. He knows that he will have to work very hard and to dig very deep to achieve what he wants. He has signed a 5 and a half year contract because of his belief in himself and City. His ambition: to be captain -- of City and of England. Micah is a credit to his mum and dad, who can be very proud of their son. In the past I have given time and effort as a School Governor. I would have no hesitation in showing this interview to motivate young people and show what youth can aspire to and achieve. I think we can all be proud of Micah.
Sindbad
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