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800 Motivational Losing Football Game Quotes (2023)

1. “Before you can coach others you must learn to coach yourself.” – Johan Cruyff

2. You can learn little from victory. You can learn everything from defeat

3. You play the game to win. Your enemy is yourself. You’ll find yourself in the losers’ lane if you get discouraged

4. “It’s not about what happens to you. It’s about how you react to what happens to you.” – Maya Angelou

5. “Football is the ballet of the masses.” – Dmitri Shostakovich

6. Allowing your fear of striking out to discourage you from playing the game is a mistake

7. “You can’t win every game, but you can always strive for improvement.”

8. We have to have the discipline to lose the battle and the wisdom to win the war

9. Don’t make excuses. You may not have played well because of an injury or poor weather conditions, but making excuses will only make you feel like giving up. Instead of placing blame on an external factor, focus on what you can do better in the future

10. There’s no loss in our vocabulary. You either win, or you learn

11. “Winning isn’t everything but losing is nothing.”

12. The best way to bounce back after a loss is to get on with it. It may not seem like it, but you have many more options to improve your team than when you were winning! Do not waste time or energy feeling sorry for yourself or rehashing all the mistakes that led to your loss. Instead, identify what went well and build on it

13. My team with hope, toughness and clear vision. Then we go out and win

14. Football teaches you valuable life lessons. It teaches you how to be strong and resilient, fight through difficult times, and keep fighting even when it seems like there’s no way forward. The road of life takes many turns, and sometimes it will hit you with a loss but what matters most is how you bounce back from that

15. No matter what the outcome of your game is, it’s always important to put yourself in check and reflect on what you have learned. Move forward confidently, and know that you can bounce back from anything

16. Don’t let a loss discourage you from pursuing your true goals. Your spirits are high, and there is always time to try again

17. “Winning a game is good; but winning a game together with winning your rival’s heart too is brilliant and this is a real winning!”

18. “Most players … do not like losing, and consider defeat as something shameful. This is a wrong attitude. Those who wish to perfect themselves must regard their losses as lessons and learn from them what sorts of things to avoid in the future.”

19. “I’m afraid of losing my sense of trying to always be better. I love competing against myself.”

20. Life isn’t always about winning or losing. It’s about learning from the experience and moving on, realizing that you are still you and that you did what you could to be better

21. “The only way to guarantee you won’t lose is to never play the game.”

22. The only thing that you can’t do is quit. The only thing you can’t do is give up. You’re going to have to work harder than you have ever worked before to accomplish what you have set out to do

23. “I never lose. Either I win or I learn. ” ― Nelson Mandela

24. I lost a football game today. It was hard to take, but I’ll get over it. I don’t have time to be sad. I have to get on and play more. That’s the football way

25. “It’s not a big deal, it’s a game.”

26. “The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

27. “When you buy me, you are buying a Ferrari.”

28. “They’re the second-best team in the world, and there’s no higher praise than that.” – Kevin Keegan

29. “There’s a tipping point to success, and to failure.”

30. Avoiding failure is to avoid progress

31. What matters is what’s in your heart. What matters is the purpose you have to live. What matters is that you’ve got grit and the grit to prevail

32. Victory is a sum of failure counted against itself; achievement is the sum of those things done despite that failure

33. Failure is not a mistake. It’s an experience that should teach us something if we let it. Failure also forces us to look at our weaknesses and find ways to improve them. Even if you lose every game this season, what you learn will ensure future success!

34. Bouncing back after losing a football game is not easy. You must keep your head up because the next game is always just around the corner

35. Life often leaves us with the question, “What next?”. Losing a football game can be one of those times. Learn to bounce back by focusing on the big picture and using the power of positive thinking

36. “I don’t believe in superstitions. I just do certain things because I’m scared in case something will happen if I don’t do them.” – Michael Owen

37. Bouncing back after losing a football game is just as important as it is to bounce back from the pain of failure. There will be times when you lose a football game and times when you lose self-confidence. Learning how to bounce back from these losses prepares you for future success. Bouncing back after losing a football game requires focus and effort

38. When you take risks, you learn that there will be times when you succeed, and there will be times when you fail, and both are equally important

39. I have failed many times, but I have never gone into a game expecting myself to fail

40. Remember, great teams never win championships at the beginning of the season. They win championships by learning to bounce back when they lose and pull together as a team through adversity. The most important goal after a loss is to remain positive and believe that you have what it takes to win next time

41. “Set your goals high, and don’t stop till you get there.” –Bo Jackson

42. “There is no pressure when you are making a dream come true.” – Neymar

43. “You’ll be dead in a minute and I’ll still be sad. It’s kind of strange. You guys are the ones that get hurt, but you’re the ones who need to grow up the most.” – Aaron Hernandez

44. Nothing good ever comes from throwing in the towel early and giving up before the game is over; just remember that and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise

45. It doesn’t matter if you win or lose. Every game teaches you something new, and you must learn to move forward confidently regardless of what comes your way. Remember that you will encounter many challenges in life, but if you keep working hard and believing in yourself, the rewards are endless

46. “It’s not the will to win that matters. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.” –Paul “Bear” Bryant

47. Winning isn’t everything but wanting to win is everything

48. In football, it’s not whether you get knocked down, everyone on the field gets knocked down; it’s whether you get up

49. If you’re able to keep playing even when things don’t go your way, you’re on the path to success

50. When you’re down and out, the only way to get up is to win, and the only way to win is to fight, and win the fight!

51. “Losing is part of life. It is part of being a football player. You can’t get upset about it, because you are going to lose again, and again, and again.” ~Tony Dungy.

52. What makes something special is not just what you have to gain but what you feel there is to lose

53. The difference between a winner and a loser is, many times, a matter of inches. If you think you can do it, most of the time, you’ll do it

54. “How a person wins and loses is much more important than how much a person wins and loses.”

55. If you can play, play again, and if you can’t, then play in your mind, for only can you lose and still win

56. “You know, I just felt like we were outplayed.”

57. “Be practical about life. It doesn't matter how much you know, true living is applied knowledge.”

58. “Neither gold nor diamonds mine themselves.”

59. if you can accept losing, you can’t win. If you can walk, you can run. No one is ever too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream

60. It’s not whether you get knocked down. It’s whether you get up and be ready to give your best at the next opportunity

61. “The first requirement for winning a fight is to completely forget about the possibility of losing that fight, no matter how bad the conditions get!”

62. “Football is a game of controlled anger. It is a game of retribution. It’s about will.” – Brian Dawkins

63. Every man’s got to figure to get beat sometimes

64. The most important thing you can do after losing a football game is to not dwell on it but instead focus on the next opportunity. There’s always another day

65. “You can’t win together if you don’t work together.” – Nick Saban

66. “And after all of this, you will win again.”

67. Most people give up just when they’re about to achieve success. They quit on the one-yard line. They give up at the last minute of the game, one foot from a winning touchdown

68. You’re never a loser until you quit trying

69. “Well, at least I ate like a champ today. ”

70. Everyone gets beat. . but why did we. . without pointing fingers, etc. self evaluate, did you do all you could?" --Coach Sneddon

71. “It is not just about the money, it is about what you achieve on the pitch.” – Ronaldinho

72. “I will never, ever again go on a road trip and lose a game.”

73. In a football match, losers quit when they’re tired. Winners quit when they’ve won

74. In the world of football, it’s not where you start that matters. It’s where you finish

75. “I think I’m a special one.”

76. “Giroud scored an unbelievable header with the last kick of the game.”

77. There’s no such thing as a bad loss. No matter how bad your losses are, you know you’ve lost more than you won if you have fun

78. “When you are 4-0 up you should never lose 7-1.” – Lawrie McMenemy

79. There’s no shame in losing. The real shame is when you quit trying because you’ve lost something

80. If you can lose, lose when you lose; if you can give up, give up when you can’t win; when you fall, fall and get up and keep on trying

81. “You can’t control the outcome of a game, but you can control how you respond to it.”

82. I’ve been defeated so many times that I’ve lost count, but I’ve also won too many times that I’ve lost count. While I’ve lost too many times than I’ve won, those defeats were my opportunities to begin again

83. When you lose a game, it’s not the end of the world. It’s just a game. You have to stay positive and keep your head held high. Good things will come if you don’t give up

84. Shoulder to shoulder and heart to heart, let’s win the game

85. “The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning.” – Pelé

86. “We are not playing for second place, we are playing for the NFC East title. -Cowboys CB Byron Jones

87. “Every defeat is a victory in itself.” – Francisco Maturana García

88. “If you do not believe you can do it then you have no chance at all” – Arsene Wenger

89. When you lose the game, that doesn’t mean you must lose the final; you must bounce back, push forward and keep playing football

90. It’s not whether you get knocked down. It’s whether you get up. –

91. It’s not whether you get knocked down. It’s whether you get up

92. “We are a little horse. A horse that still needs milk and to learn how to jump.”

93. Losing hurts, but it’s often the best thing that can happen to a person. Because losing means, you’ve risked something important, given it your all, and tried

94. Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail

95. “I can’t help but laugh at how perfect I am.”

96. You can’t win them all, but what matters is that you keep trying and have the resilience to bounce back after losing

97. I hate losing, and cricket being my first love; once I enter the ground, it’s a different zone altogether, and that hunger for winning is always there

98. “You’re not a failure because you lost a game, you’re a failure if you don’t try again and come back stronger.”

99. There is no winning without failure in a football game. The only way to avoid failure is to not do anything

100. Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must, just never give up

101. It can be hard to keep your spirits up after a loss. It’s natural to feel disappointed and frustrated

102. It’s just one game. What do you think you’re going to do? Quit? You’ve got to be more consistent with your effort and intensity. The important thing is to learn from this experience, move on and look forward to the next game

103. Defeat should never be a source of discouragement but rather a fresh stimulus

104. Only he who can see the invisible can do the impossible. There is glory ahead, I’m not giving up, not now

105. One loss does not define you. Just remember to take it one game at a time and get back up when you fall

106. “For Burnley to win they are going to have to score.”

107. “Winning doesn’t have to be at someone’s expense.”

108. “If you’re afraid of losing, then you daren’t win.”

109. “The first 90 minutes are the most important.” – Bobby Robson

110. One of the common failings among honorable people is a failure to appreciate how thoroughly dishonorable some other people can be and how dangerous it is to trust them

111. “I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed. ” — Michael Jordan

112. “I’m a big guy. I’m very physical. I’m used to losing, so it doesn’t bother me as much as other people would.

113. Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is

114. Victory is so much more satisfying than failure. We’re looking forward to winning our next game

115. “What do you mean, ‘present?’ She got Zlatan.”

116. “Losing a game is not the end of the journey, it’s just a bump in the road.”

117. “First I went left; he did too. Then I went right and he did too. Then I went left again and he went to buy a hot dog.”

118. “I won’t be the King of Manchester, I will be the God of Manchester.”

119. “I just hate losing and that gives you an extra determination to work harder.” – Wayne Rooney

120. There is no other way to the top but determination and hard work. I will not let this weigh me down but keep moving, and one day I will win

121. Winners expect to win in advance. Life is a game of inches, so is football. Life is ten per cent what you make it and ninety per cent how you take it

122. It is impossible to live without failing at something unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all, in which case you have failed by default

123. My heartache will fade someday; I will have time to wipe away the tears and heal the wounds that time has left in my heart. I will learn to live and be a better person, and I will not give up at least this one thing

124. Just keep going. Everybody gets better if they keep at it

125. Tough times in a game don’t last. Tough teams, do!

126. “I once cried because I had no shoes to play soccer, but one day, I met a man who had no feet.” – Zinedine Zidane

127. “I know what a really bad day is…and that’s not losing a competition.”

128. Failures, repeated failures, are finger posts on the road to achievement. One fails forward toward success

129. There is no such thing as failure. Failure is just life trying to move us in another direction

130. Every champion was once a contender who refused to give up. Never give up

131. “You can’t win every game, but you can always strive to improve.”

132. A loss is never final; it’s a lesson learned and an experience gained

133. “It's okay to lose. Losing teaches you something. Having to try and going through the trials and tribulations to actually overcome, to get there, to win, to triumph, that's what makes life interesting. ” ― Elizabeth Banks

134. Every football team, at some point, will lose a game. While it is important not to dwell on the loss, you must keep your mind off it once you leave the field or court

135. “You may as well put a cow in the middle of the pitch, walking. And then stop the game because there was a cow.” – Jose Mourinho

136. “If you don’t get the ball, then you’re not going to beat us.” -Vikings QB Kirk Cousins

137. We always learn more from the losing than the winning

138. No one said it would be easy. No one ever said it would be this hard, either

139. A terrific game, even on the losing side I could enjoy it. - Author: Nigel Worthington

140. It’s not whether you lose a match; it’s whether you get back up and win the next game

141. After a tough loss, it’s easy to feel deflated and discouraged. But remember that the only way to improve is to keep working on it. If you don’t, you’ll just get worse

142. It’s not how big you are. It’s how big you play

143. “We must have had 99 percent of the game. It was the other three percent that cost us the match.” – Ruud Gullit

144. Losing a football game is never fun, especially not when it’s a big one. You may feel like you let your family, friends and teammates down. But the fact is that they know you tried your best – they bought into your vision and trusted you to lead them to victory. They have seen you work hard and have no doubt that you will bounce back stronger than ever after this loss and prove them right

145. “Losers complain, winners train.” – Jose Mourinho

146. “Winning and losing isn't everything; sometimes, the journey is just as important as the outcome. ” ― Alex Morgan

147. “The minute you start talking about what you’re going to do if you lose, you have lost.”

148. There are defeats, but life is full of victories. You’ve just got to dig a little deeper, or you’ve just got to have a little more determination or a little more drive

149. Often, the difference between a successful person and a failure is not one has better abilities or ideas but the courage that one has to bet on one’s ideas, to take a calculated risk – and to act

150. Failure is success in progress

151. “The game is not won or lost at the end of the first

152. Never Give Up Quotes for you. “Winners never quit, and quitters never win

153. You don’t get better until you push yourself harder than you think you can do

154. “You can’t control the outcome of a game, but you can control your attitude and effort.”

155. “A loss is only a failure if you don’t learn from it.”

156. Being defeated in a football game is often a temporary condition. Giving up is what makes it permanent. –

157. Learning from your mistakes helps you be a better coach for next year and enables you to be a better player. Knowing what not to do will help you avoid making the same mistakes next time!

158. “Football is a simple game; 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans win.” – Gary Lineker

159. “Losing is not the opposite of winning, it’s a necessary step towards success.”

160. If you can dream it, if you can see it, if you want it, you can achieve it. If you fail to achieve it, you can try again

161. Don’t let the fear of losing overshadow your desire for success

162. There’s a time to be sad and feel bad, but there’s also a time to bounce back and fight harder. This setback will not stop you from achieving what you want to achieve in life. You’ve got the tools and the skills. So get back up!

163. The key to success is to keep growing in all areas of life – mental, emotional, spiritual, as well as physical

164. “The linesman scored the goal. No-one knows if that shot went over the line, you must be 100%.”

165. “I’m really proud of the team. We fought our —- off. We played our hearts out. We played great.” – Aaron Rodgers

166. Losses are not failures but opportunities. When you lose a game or experience defeat, it’s easy to get discouraged and feel like you failed. The best way to get over a loss is to use your disappointment as motivation for success in the future

167. It’s better to be an enthusiast than a figure of fun. It’s better to be happy than a sad clown. I’m not saying I’m a happy clown, but I’m not saying I’m sad either

168. Whether you win or lose, it’s important to reflect and learn from your mistakes. Remember that bouncing back is essential to succeeding

169. “You can’t control the outcome of a game, but you can control how you react to it.”

170. Remember that every team has to go through losing streaks at some point or another and that it’s just part of the game. You can’t get too down about one loss because there’s always another chance at redemption!

171. I’m not losing, I’m learning how to win the next one. And this time, there will be no strings attached. I’ll never let those takers break my stride

172. Losing a football game can be devastating; however, you can’t let it get the best of you. Don’t let your frustration make you lose sight of what you can do as an athlete and competitor. You have worked hard to get where you are today, and no one will deny your effort or performance

173. Persistence can change failure into extraordinary achievement

174. Never give up! Failure and rejection are only the first steps to succeeding

175. Finding coaching a game hard and feeling disappointed are natural parts of being a coach. However, this experience will help you put things right next year

176. “That’s what learning is, after all; not whether we lose the game, but how we lose and how we’ve changed because of it and what we take away from it that we never had before, to apply to other games. Losing, in a curious way, is winning.”

177. Show me a gracious loser and I'll show you a failure. - Author: Knute Rockne

178. Bouncing back after losing a game takes motivation. You have to be ready to work and perform your best. You must be prepared for the next game, whether tomorrow or next week

179. Winners never quit, and quitters never win

180. Adversity causes some men to break; others to break records

181. To be a good loser is hard enough, but to be a good winner is much harder

182. There comes a time in every team in a football match where they lose, and we’ve had plenty of them, and we have won more than we lose

183. The moment you quit a match is a moment you fail

184. “Why do you want Zidane when we have Tim Sherwood?” – Jack Walker

185. It’s not about Winning or Losing. It’s “How Hard You Played & Did your Best”

186. You can’t win them all, but you can learn from them

187. The loss is gone; the game is over. It’s time to begin again, to take up where we left off

188. A loss doesn’t mean you’re a loser. It means you have the courage to face defeat and continue to fight on

189. The first step to bouncing back after a football loss is not to do anything drastic like quitting on your team. Instead, look at what went wrong and pinpoint one thing you have learned from the loss, which will hopefully strengthen your team

190. The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don’t play together, the club won’t be worth a dime

191. We all lose from time to time. So make sure that you have the right mindset to bounce back when you do

192. “We are all just walking around trying to figure out why we’re alive.” – Mike Brown

193. “Winning is great, sure, but if you are really going to do something in life, the secret is learning how to lose.”

194. “Losing is part of the game. If you never lose, you are never truly tested, and never forced to grow.”

195. Good. It’s not the loss or victory that makes you grow. It’s the match you won

196. “We don’t want our players to be monks. We want them to be better football players because a monk does not play football at this level.” – Bobby Robson

197. If you don’t win, you lose; if you don’t try, it’s hard to win; if you don’t take the chance, you’ll never know if you will blame

198. There is no room for moral victories in football. We didn’t win, and that’s the bottom line

199. “If you eat caviar every day it is difficult to return to sausages.” – Arsene Wenger

200. “Don’t let one loss define your season. Keep pushing forward.”

201. After losing a football game, it is important to keep your head up and remember that you are better than the team you just played. All teams lose games, some more than others

202. “Champions realise that defeat - and learning from it even more than from winning - is part of the path to mastery.”

203. The difference between successful teams and others is a lack of willpower, not a lack of strength or intelligence

204. “Will I become a coach in the future? No way, I’d never be able to put up with someone like me.” – Romario

205. Success is often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable

206. “Success in life is not for those who run fast, but for those who keep running and always on the move.”

207. “Losing a game is not a big deal, except you’ve got to make sure that you move on and get the next one.”

208. “Sometimes you learn more from losing than winning. Losing forces you to reexamine.”

209. “Losing is not the opposite of winning, it’s a necessary part of the journey.”

210. “Manchester City are defending like beavers”

211. The harder you fall, the harder the rebound

212. “Losing is only temporary and not all encompassing. You must simply study it, learn from it, and try hard not to lose the same way again. Then you must have the self-control to forget about it.”

213. I think it’s important to realize that there wasn’t just one person who made a mistake tonight. It was everyone on both teams. I don’t think anyone could have played better than they did tonight

214. “Good things come to those who work!” – Greg Dortch

215. Defeat is merely the opportunity to begin again more intelligently, lose and then win, but don’t you forget about the things you learned along the way

216. Failure is not a single cataclysmic event. You don’t fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgment repeated every day

217. “Fear is not a word in my football dictionary.”

218. Moral lesson from today’s game; never give up, never surrender

219. Remember that failure is an event, not a person

220. The biggest thing is to keep the attitude up. There’s no reason for us to be down about this game or the season, for that matter. We have plenty of games left, and if we play like we did tonight, we’re going to be just fine

221. Winning is good; losing is not so bad; when you win, you get a prize, and when you lose, you start again

222. “Aim for the sky and you’ll hit the ceiling. Aim for the ceiling and you’ll stay on the floor.” – Bill Shankly

223. “I would prefer even to lose with honor than to win by cheating.”

224. Don’t worry about failures; worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try

225. “Frank Lampard still has the same legs he had five years ago.” – Ray Wilkins

226. We can’t control the outcome of a game, but we can always control our effort

227. You may not have won the game, but you still win at life. Bounce back after losing a football game by focusing on what you’ve done well and what has gone wrong to help you think about ways to improve your game

228. If you can’t win the championship, you don’t have to lose it. You’re going to lose a lot of these things, but you have to get rid of your mind and think about the next one

229. Believe in yourself and your abilities to spring back after losing, even if it’s not easy. Try to be realistic while remembering that you can bounce back anytime and anywhere

230. “Sometimes you have to lose a game to win the championship.”

231. “You've got to lose to know how to win. ” ― Steven Tyler

232. “The will to win is important, but the will to prepare is vital.”

233. Bouncing back after losing a football game is not easy, but we must do it if we want to keep moving forward. The most important thing is to pick yourself up and move along

234. It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation

235. I’m on my feet. Failure is so far behind me; I’ve got my head held high and my eyes on the prize. I’m ready to fight again; I’m ready to conquer again

236. “Victory is fleeting. Losing is forever.”

237. “You can’t change the past, but you can learn from it and make a better future.”

238. Failures are stepping stones to success

239. “Nothing hurls an individual towards their goals faster than the sting of defeat. That's when all the probing post-mortem questions get asked. Victory is the fluffing up and reinforcing of the existing ego.”

240. You can never give up. If you give up, you’re like everybody else

241. “No excuses!”

242. Football is about passion. It’s about flair. It’s about excitement. It’s about entertainment, romance and magic moments

243. Good players win you games, good formations stop you losing them. - Author: Gordon Strachan

244. “You can learn a line from a win and a book from defeat.” –Paul Brown

245. “Losing doesn’t eat at me the way it used to. I just get ready for the next play, the next game, the next season.”

246. “It’s true I don’t know much about the players here, but they definitely know who I am.”

247. “Your strength doesn't come from winning. It comes from struggles and hardship. Everything that you go through prepares you for the next level.”

248. Do not cry for this loss. Rather, keep your head down and grind. Then raise your head and shine

249. “A loss is not the end of the world, it’s an opportunity to come back better than ever.”

250. “We’ll always have our good times together. That won’t ever change.”

251. “I always want more. Whether it’s a goal or winning a game, I’m never satisfied.” – Lionel Messi

252. “It sucks, but you play it like you’re playing hockey. You don’t stop. You keep moving forward.” – Tim Tebow

253. A champion is someone who gets up when he can’t

254. “You can’t win every game, but you can always learn from every game.”

255. Bouncing back after losing a football game is tough. You need to rally your team and find ways to stay optimistic about your ability to win the next time. Sometimes it takes a few losses before you learn how to deal with disappointment, but the more often you experience failure, the better chance you have at learning from mistakes and improving for future games

256. There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve. The fear of failure

257. Losing a game is the worst. But winning makes you feel better. No matter how hard you try, you can’t win all the time

258. “That shot is impossible. I saw Yaya Toure do it once” – Michael Owen

259. The only way you can win in sports is to have a winning attitude. Keep your head up and fight no matter what happens on the field

260. “When you lose you just have

261. “It’s not how many times you fall, it’s how many times you get back up.”

262. Always remember that a loss is not the end of the world and doesn’t determine your success in life. Defeat isn’t permanent; however, if you don’t learn from losing and bounce back from mistakes, you might keep losing

263. No one can make you feel inferior without your consent

264. When you lose a football game, it’s easy to get down and lose some motivation. But remember that sports are an important part of life; sometimes you have to lose to win. When you’re ready to bounce back from defeat, remember that the harder you fall, the harder you have to bounce

265. Losing a football game can be devastating, but the good news is that it doesn’t mean the end of your season. Learn how to bounce back from a loss by learning from your mistakes and focusing on what needs to be done next time

266. “I’ve been playing this game a long time. I’ve been winning all my life. And now, I’m going to lose.”

267. “Football’s not just about scoring goals, it’s about winning.” – Alan Shearer

268. Don’t let one loss change your future. A loss might be just what you need to get oriented on where you stand and what you need to do next. Don’t focus on the losing; focus on what you can do better next time

269. You can learn from your mistakes, especially if you make one. Taking the focus off the mistake and using it to better yourself and your team is the only way you can truly bounce back

270. “When you come into a new season and the expectations are so high, that’s the most nerve-wracking thing in the world.” — Tom Brady.

271. “Stay hungry, remain humble, and get better today.” – Pete Carroll

272. “Whether you win or lose, there is always Beyoncé. ”

273. There are times when we have to accept that there’s no point in trying to get back up. But if you want to bounce back, it takes a conscious effort. Step away from the game and find a distraction — maybe a good book. Talk with those who can help lift your mood if you need encouragement

274. Life is just a game of two halves, but we all fear defeat. So, when the whistle blows and we lose, don’t let it intimidate you because it’s another chance to begin working hard again

275. “Sometimes maybe good. Sometimes maybe ****.” – Gennaro Gattuso

276. You can still bounce back from a devastating loss. Know that it’s a setback but not a final loss. Keep your head high and focus on what you can do to help the team next time

277. Everyone has lost a football game, at school or otherwise. It is important to keep your head up and bounce back from your loss instead of dwelling on it, as this can get you closer to success

278. The next game is always the biggest and most important one. Don’t let the loss discourage you from going out there and giving it all you have

279. We’re not crying because we lost. We’re crying because the journey is over

280. Pick up your spirits and keep going forward

281. “Trust that you can get back up and not give in. Ever.” – Patrick Willis

282. “You don’t have to be smart to play quarterback. You just have to be lucky.” -Drew Brees

283. “Every day is an opportunity disguised as a challenge.” – Tiki Barber

284. Losers visualize the penalties of failure; winners visualize the rewards of success. I am not a failure

285. Better to risk guts the next game than lose glory

286. Getting knocked down in life is a given. Getting up and moving forward is a choice

287. “I would rather loose and feel like a winner then cheat and feel like a looser.”

288. “Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it.” – George Halas

289. “Take a 2-minute self-appreciation break every day - Slow down, take a break and answer this question: What are 3 things I can appreciate about myself?”

290. “To be sitting on the bench behind somebody who only started to play when he was 30 is not funny.” – Jens Lehmann

291. “A loss is not defeat, it’s a chance to come back even stronger.”

292. Though we lost the game, we won’t lose the lessons

293. “I’ve had my ups and downs. I’ve had my failures. But it’s what you do after those defeats that counts.”

294. If you lose, don’t lose the lesson. The best revenge is massive success

295. There’s no shame in taking a loss. Admit that it’s not your best performance, but know that you can still come back next time. Focus on your tools and how you can improve next time to ensure you don’t lose again!

296. “Well done to the lady lineswoman.”

297. “We go into the second half with United 1 – 0 up, so the game is perfectly balanced” – Peter Jones

298. It’s no fun to lose a football game, but when you do, it’s time to hit the reset button and focus on getting back out there

299. “In life, winning and losing will both happen. What is never acceptable is quitting.”

300. “Nicky Shorey is the provider but Shane Long has made this all on his own”

301. Try to learn from the loss, be inspired, and strengthen your team. This can be a turning point; hopefully, your team will come together and persevere

302. It’s not whether you get knocked down in a football match. It’s whether you get up

303. My past is everything I failed to be

304. “I thought it wasn’t winning or losing but how you played the game that matters.”

305. “The true test of a champion is not how they win, but how they handle defeat.”

306. “I wouldn’t say I was the top manager in the business but I would say I was in the top one.” – Brian Clough

307. Bouncing back after losing a football game requires hard work and perseverance. The process is not easy, but with the right attitude and taking one step at a time, you, too, can bounce back after losing a football game

308. When you win, say nothing. When you lose, say less

309. You did your best, and that’s the best anyone can expect. You should be proud of yourself and carry these lessons with you

310. It ain’t over till it’s over

311. Defeated is not the ending, for there is always the next chapter for all those who dare to dream, and I dare to dream and make it a reality

312. “Only God knows… You’re talking to him now”

313. You’re a winner; the way you play makes you a winner, and the way you win makes you a winner, and the way you play makes you a winner sooner or later, you’re going to win

314. We have all experienced loss. It can be disappointing and depressing, and you can feel like giving up. But things can work out for the best if we bounce back and try again

315. You will rise above it all; through the bad times and the hardships, you’ll see that you can have a beautiful life, friends, family, and a loved one

316. When a match knocks you down in a football game, try to land on your back. Because if you can look up, you can get up

317. Losses happen to everyone, but the pain is worse when it’s unexpected; it’s like a wound that never heals, and when you’re feeling lost, try to remember the things that got you through the day

318. “. . . at least we still got second?”

319. “Winning without honor is worse than a loss.”

320. The wise man never cries, and the fool never laughs, though the fool may dream he is the wise man, and the wise man “wants” to dream

321. “One who wins always is not the wise one, rather wise is the one who knows where to lose.”

322. If you can bounce back from your failures, setbacks and heartbreaks, you can reach your full potential

323. You can get through this. With the right mindset, you can bounce back after losing a football game

324. “Ricardo Carvalho seems to have problems understanding things, maybe he should have an IQ test, or go to a mental hospital or something.”

325. A winner is a dreamer who never gives up

326. It’s not whether you fall down that matters; it’s whether you get back up

327. They may win this match, but we will win the championship

328. If you can dream of winning the big one, you can do the same, but if you can dream of losing the big one, you can do the same

329. Most talented players don’t always succeed. Some don’t even make the team. It’s more what’s inside

330. “That would’ve been a goal had it gone inside the post.” – Michael Owen

331. “Somebody took the same situation that you're complaining about and won with it.”

332. “That’s how you play this game. You have to beat them on their own field.”

333. Never give up, no matter how hard it is. You will regret it, and it will hurt you

334. It’s the day after the game, and you’re probably feeling down. Your team lost, but that doesn’t mean there is no more hope for victory. You can’t give up now!

335. “We’re still here. We’re a good team and we’re going to try to be better next week.” -Dak Prescott

336. It’s not about winning or losing. It’s how you play the game. What does it take to “bounce back” after losing a football game? A great attitude, respect for your opponents, and a drive to improve

337. This is just a setback. Remember, It’s not the end of the world

338. Losing a game is the worst, but winning makes you feel better; no matter how hard you try, you can’t win all the time

339. Losing a football game can be the end of the world. But it’s not. It is just a game; you can lose and bounce back like any other game. You’ll be ready to get back in the mix again on Monday

340. I don't really like the Hollywood blockbuster bandwagon that exists right now. The industry and the advent of all the technology, has kind of lost its way. It's become very franchise driven and superhero driven. - Author: Peter Jackson

341. In a football match, good teams win. Great teams learn from their losses and get better. Always Keep on Growing

342. You can never be prepared for a football game. You have to deal with whatever it throws at you and get back in the game. Your team may lose, but you’re still a winner if you come out fighting

343. “I don’t know if I’ll be at the game on Saturday, but I will be rooting for the other team.” -Jerry Lewis

344. Losing a game is never easy, but it can be beneficial. Once you bounce back from a loss, you have the chance to take that experience and improve on it for your next match

345. “I want to talk about facts.” – Rafa Benitez

346. You lose nothing when you fall; you only get stronger. Here I go again tomorrow

347. You aren’t a football player if you aren’t going to give it your all. A man’s reach should exceed his grasp

348. Being competitive is great, but remember that the game is always more important than the winner. A positive attitude will help you bounce back and persevere in adversity

349. To succeed, you must plan to fail. To get to the top, you must be willing to start at the bottom. To reach the top, you must be willing to start at the bottom. To win, you must be willing to lose

350. “When people succeed, it is because of hard work. Luck has nothing to do with success.” – Diego Maradona

351. “Effort will never be questioned.” – Jalen Hurts

352. “ I will love it if we beat them. Love it.” – Kevin Keegan

353. “He dribbles a lot, and the opposition don’t like it—you can see it all over their faces”. – Ron Atkinson

354. The important thing to remember is that losing a football game doesn’t have to tear you down. It’s all about bouncing back and moving forward, staying motivated and determined

355. “You can’t be scared of nothing. You just got to go out there and play.” -Drew Brees

356. Bouncing back after losing a football game is not as easy as it may seem. Sometimes winning and losing are very close, but the key is never to lose focus. Choose your battles wisely, and stay mentally prepared for the next time

357. You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else

358. “I didn’t play my best game but I’ve been in a lot worse games than this one.-Jimmy Garoppolo

359. “My diet was primarily cheese-based so I think we all know who really won the Super Bowl. ”

360. Winning does not always mean coming in first… the real victory is in arriving at the finish line with no regrets because you know you’ve gone all out

361. Life’s like a garden; you have to learn to keep it watered, fertilized, clean, and not just for you but others

362. “You can’t win every game, but you can always learn and grow from every game.”

363. When the archer misses the mark, he turns and looks for the fault within himself. Failure to hit the bull’s eye is never the fault of the target. To improve your aim – improve yourself

364. You were born to be a player. You were meant to be here. This moment is yours

365. “A loss is not the end, it’s a chance to come back stronger and better.”

366. “Sorry for the things I said when we were losing. ”

367. You worked hard and gave your best, but the game didn’t go your way. You may feel disappointed and disheartened, but don’t let it get you down. You need to understand that sometimes it isn’t about winning or losing a game; it is about learning from your mistakes. Don’t dwell on what happened. Focus on improving yourself next time and ensure you give 110% of your efforts in each practice session and match

368. Reach for the stars and make your dreams a reality. You are capable of so much more than you know. Get up from your self-imposed defeat, dust yourself off and try again. Remember to persevere!

369. “Losing is not a failure, it’s a sign that you’re pushing yourself to your limits.”

370. I would rather play for truth than for an excuse to lose, a truth that will cast the last light on this game and show that all the effort was worthwhile

371. We are never defeated unless we give up on a game

372. If you are losing, embrace the loss. Losing will teach you more than a win ever can. Setbacks are always opportunities in disguise

373. The difference between a winner and a loser is that a winner works his way through difficulties, while a loser allows himself to be defeated by them

374. The key to success is to keep growing in all areas of life – mental, emotional, spiritual, physical and every other area

375. The best revenge is massive success

376. “If you never lose, then you can never appreciate the victories.”

377. “Losing a game is not the end of the world. It’s an opportunity to learn and come back stronger.”

378. “Losing is not the opposite of winning. It’s part of the process of winning.”

379. Losing is an avenue to begin again more intelligently, have more patience and strength, have more knowledge, and be cleverer

380. I know what it’s like to lose, it’s something that I’m very familiar with, but I know that no matter how hard I try, I can’t win

381. Things that aren't important, that have nothing to do with winning and losing, don't have to be a rule. - Author: Peter Richmond

382. “Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can't lose. ” ― Bill Gates

383. “In order to achieve greatness, you must first learn to handle defeat.”

384. But man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated

385. “Winning isn't as sweet if you don't see an enemy cry. But remember, losers wail loud no matter what.”

386. “In order to win the game, you must first learn to lose.”

387. “One accusation you can’t throw at me is that I’ve always done my best.” – Alan Shearer

388. “If I speak, I am in trouble.”

389. It's ironic really, that the man who hates the world is most loved by it - Author: Anna Todd

390. From one failure to the next is not easy, but it is possible. If you have the proper guidance and motivation, bouncing back won’t harm you anymore

391. If you’re having trouble bouncing back after a loss, maybe these words will help you: You should be proud of your performance and not let one bad game get you down. There’s always a next time, so if this is your last chance to win, then focus on the future!

392. “If you don't win, don't fret. Everyone has something they are good at.”

393. Football is a game of toughness and endurance, and any player who doesn’t have mental strength will surely crumble under pressure. So learn to bounce back after losing a game by thinking about things you can improve on next time

394. A man may make mistakes, but he isn’t a failure until he starts blaming someone else

395. Knowing how to bounce back from a tough loss is important. You’ve been here before and have the experience necessary to handle it. We all have tough losses, but this one will make the team better in the future

396. “Winning isn’t getting ahead of others. It’s getting ahead of yourself.” – Roger Staubach

397. “I don’t know what to do right now. We have to move on.” -Matt Ryan

398. Losing is the only way to prove you’re a decent football player

399. “Winners lose much more often than losers. So if you keep losing but you’re still trying, keep it up! You’re right on track.”

400. “The more you lose, the more positive you have to become. When you’re winning, you can ride players harder because their self-esteem is high. If you are losing and you try to be tough, you’re asking for dissension.”

401. I love playing football but I am like everyone else, I hate losing and love winning. - Author: Wayne Rooney

402. Focus on the process in a football game, not the result

403. “Losing is fun. It makes you laugh. It makes you cry. And it makes you appreciate what you have.” – Pete Carroll

404. There is nothing more exciting than going to the next level and winning the match

405. The only way to prove that you’re a good sport is to lose

406. Losing’s a great motivator

407. You win some, and you lose some. But what matters is you get back up and learn from your mistakes

408. You can’t win them all, but losing a game is the worst, but winning makes you feel better. No matter how hard you try, you can’t win

409. We sometimes lose in life; we sometimes lose in games, but don’t let it get you down because you can always win

410. Until you stop trying, you are never a loser

411. “Some things are better than winning.”

412. When you win, say nothing; when you lose, say less

413. “Losing is no disgrace if you’ve given your best.”

414. “If you think life is all about winning and losing

415. “You can't succeed if you don't know what losing is. ” ― Garth Brooks

416. It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed

417. The higher the mountain, the harder it is to climb, but the more it is worth it for the next game

418. We’re going to get back on the field next week and play a lot better than we did tonight

419. “I don’t have time for hobbies. At the end of the day, I treat my job as a hobby. It’s something I love doing.”- David Beckham

420. I’m going to continue to win games. This is my dream, to be the best. I have to work hard to make it happen. No matter what happens, I’ll always be able to win

421. “You’re never a loser until you quit trying.”

422. “You can’t win anything with kids.” – Alan Hansen

423. The winner is not the one who has the most, but the one who values the most and shows the most heart

424. “You can’t control the outcome of a game, but you can control your mindset and attitude.”

425. “I cannot buy a bigger blanket because the supermarket is closed. But I am content because the blanket is cashmere. It is no ordinary blanket.”

426. “Sometimes when you fail, it allows you the opportunity to grow more motivation and get more intense about your training. ” — Abby Wambach

427. Bouncing back after losing a football game is a time for the type of leadership that says play your best, hold nothing back and have no regrets. Be the type of leader for yourself and your teammates who can make all of that possible

428. “Football is played with your head. Your feet are just the tools.” – Andrea Pirlo

429. You just lost the game. It hurts, and you’re feeling terrible, but don’t give up! When you lose the big game, it can be even more frustrating and disappointing than losing any other time because it affects your entire season. However, bouncing back from a loss is one of the most important things you can do because there is always a next time

430. No matter what happens in your football game, you can always bounce back! No matter how poorly you play or how close the game was. You can always challenge yourself to be better than the last game and keep learning from your mistakes. Believe in yourself and believe that no one will ever define you as a loser unless you quit playing

431. “Alex McLeish has just had his hands in his head”

432. “The most valuable player is the one who makes the most players valuable.” –Peyton Manning

433. Victory comes to those who wear their defeat as a badge of honour

434. Sometimes the battle is so hard, so many things to do, starting tomorrow, but today you lose, so you must begin again

435. There are no excuses for a loss. There is only accountability in a match

436. No athletic director holds office longer than two losing football coaches. - Author: Robert Zuppke

437. Every football player falls down. The great players get up again. A hard-fought loss can be the most valuable lesson, but it isn’t easy to learn from failure. Get back on the field and fight for your team

438. “If you do the bare minimum, expect bare minimum results. You want to be great, work to be great.” – J.J. Watt

439. “A loss is not a failure. It’s a chance to grow and improve.”

440. I might be tired, but I will not quit; all I need to do is rest and start all over again

441. Losing can be a good thing because it is often the beginning of a new opportunity

442. Basketball, baseball, tennis and other sports don’t determine a person’s character. It is how you respond to defeat that reveals your true self. The next time you lose a football game and feel low on your self-esteem, think back at these words to help you bounce back!

443. The game is over, and so is my pride, but in the end, it’s all about the goals you scored; I’m lucky I can look back and say that I did my best; my mind is distracted, but I know that I will win one day

444. It’s easy to feel down after a loss, but remember that the next game could be better—or even your last. Instead of feeling wrong about your performance, think about how you can improve next time

445. We don’t lose in a football game. We just run out of time

446. “You’re either a winner or you’re a loser.”

447. We always have the choice to adapt, overcome and advance; it’s the same power that’s in you that’s given you wings to fly

448. Losing a football game is part of the game. It’s how you respond to your defeat that means everything

449. There is no such thing as failure; there is only learning. There is no such thing as a defeat, only an opportunity to learn. There is no such thing as quitting, only a change in direction

450. “Winners have to absorb losses.”

451. “Sometimes we lose and we feel awful, but we can’t let the loss affect us. We just have to pick ourselves back up.” -Bears RB Tarik Cohen

452. Happiness does not come from football awards. It's terrible to correlate happiness with football. Happiness comes from a good job, being able to feed your wife and kids. I don't dream football, I dream the American dream - two cars in a garage, be a happy father. - Author: Barry Sanders

453. “Look, I’m a coach. I’m not Harry Potter. He is magical, but in reality, there is no magic. Magic is fiction and football is real.”

454. “Losing does not make me want to quit. It makes me want to fight that much harder.”

455. Never let the fear of striking out get in your way

456. Nixon was a bad loser. He hated losing worse than death, and that is why I enjoyed him. We were both football fans, both addicts; and on some days, nothing else mattered. - Author: Hunter S. Thompson

457. A champion is someone who gets up when they can’t

458. You find that you have peace of mind and can enjoy yourself, get more sleep, and rest when you know that it was a one hundred percent effort that you gave–win or lose

459. “If anything, you know, I think losing makes me even more motivated. ” ― Serena Williams

460. “Squeaky bum time” – Alex Ferguson

461. “We didn't lose the game; we just ran out of time. ” — Vince Lombardi

462. “No way. Zlatan doesn’t do auditions.”

463. The football game was tough, but you were tougher

464. “You’re not a failure because you lost a game, you’re a failure if you give up.”

465. If you’re going to win, you’ve got to be the first one up; if you’re going to lose, you’ve got to be the last to leave; if you’re going to be a winner, you’ve got to be a fighter

466. “You can’t win every game, but you can always strive to be your best.”

467. “Oh, he had an eternity to play that ball, but he took too long about it”. – Martin Tyler

468. Defeat is merely the opportunity to begin again more intelligently

469. “I think in England you eat too much sugar and meat and not enough vegetables.” – Arsene Wenger

470. I had a lot of times with Wales as well when we were getting beat – and beat well – and you learn to deal with it. You learn that the next time it happens, you roll your sleeves up and give everything for the team

471. A champion is afraid of losing. Everyone else is afraid of winning

472. After a significant loss, it’s easy to get down. But if you don’t learn from your mistakes, there’s no way you’ll improve your skills

473. You can’t win them all, but how you lose matters most

474. “Sometimes you win and sometimes you learn.”

475. “You can’t do anything about it. You just have to go out there and play football.”

476. “Winners, I am convinced, imagine their dreams first. They want it with all their heart and expect it to come true. There is, I believe, no other way to live.” – Joe Montana

477. If you fail to prepare, you’re prepared to fail

478. If you can lose and still believe, keep moving towards your dream. If you can find inside your heart the strength to do what you must

479. “It’s what you get from games you lose that is extremely important.”

480. “Losing is not the opposite of winning, it’s a necessary part of the process.”

481. Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure

482. “I’m 30 now, but back when I was 19…that’s seven years ago.” – Lee Bowyer

483. “It is sheer madness sometimes, but often, madness is needed to separate the winners from the losers.”

484. Football players come to accept that to succeed and be the best, they must learn how to bounce back after losing a game. Even if it’s your first season playing football or you are just trying out for a team at school, there are many keys to success. First, you must be determined and confident in your abilities while maintaining a positive attitude

485. It is important to learn from your mistakes to become a better player in the future. Whether you win or lose, it is always possible to become a stronger player

486. There are many reasons you want to win a football game, but it is essential to bouncing back after losing. This is where the strength of teamwork comes into play. If one person loses, they still have their team, and they can gain support from their friends who will encourage them

487. Losers quit when they fail. Winners fail until they succeed

488. “I always felt I was a step behind.”

489. Never let a chance to win, a chance to fight, a chance to win, a chance to fight, go by

490. Football has to work really hard to put a smile on people's face and not to be so focused on the question of money. Everything is in danger of losing its soul if you're always going to sell out to the highest bidder. - Author: Gordon Taylor

491. After the game, it’s time to prepare for the next one. You may not have won, but don’t let that stop you from preparing yourself to win the next time around

492. In big-time games, big-time players make big-time plays

493. Through perseverance, many people win success out of what seemed destined to be certain failure

494. “You lose every single game.”

495. “Winners never quit and quitters never win.” –Vince Lombardi

496. Yes, think what a lot of nonsense one can figure out with plenty of time. Brooding is the mother of ineffectiveness. - Author: Maj Sjowall

497. “Losing sucks.”

498. Always make a total effort, even when the odds are against you

499. “I was just trying to make a good play, but I guess I kind of just threw it in my mouth.” -Kirk Cousins

500. The best teams are the ones that can bounce back after failing to achieve their goals. The focus must be on what they will do differently next time, not how they failed in the last attempt

501. “That lad must have been born offside” – Alex Ferguson

502. They say I teach brutal football, but the only thing brutal about football is losing. - Author: Bear Bryant

503. It’s okay to lose as long as you learn something from experience

504. “We didn’t lose the game; we just ran out of time.”

505. Football is an incredible game. Sometimes it’s so incredible. It’s unbelievable

506. What is the worst part about losing a game? The loss of pride and the fear of being laughed at? But what else is there? No one is perfect, and you shouldn’t be afraid to take a loss

507. “It don’t matter if you win by an inch or a mile, winning is winning!!”

508. “I love football. Football is my life.” – Wayne Rooney

509. Success is simply a matter of luck. Ask any failure

510. There is always a next time. Maybe you will have the best season ever. You never know unless you try. Believe in yourself, or nobody will. Truth hurts, but lies kill

511. Never give up because you never know if your next attempt will be successful

512. “I think you are an ostrich.” – Nigel Pearson

513. “I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life and that is why I succeed.”

514. Rams are strong and will become stronger. It’s just a matter of reflection and motivation. We are strong enough to be the champion of this tournament

515. “If you work hard and you play well, all those critics quiet themselves pretty quickly.” – Peyton Manning

516. “A loss is not a failure, it’s a chance to learn and come back stronger.”

517. If you don’t lose at least once, you haven’t played enough because losing makes you stronger, and winning makes you feel better

518. You learn more from losing than winning. You learn how to keep going

519. “Pressure? There is no pressure. Bird Flu is pressure. You laugh, but I am being serious. I am more worried about the swan than I am about football.”

520. Winning and losing are a part of football, but the only thing that matters is how well you bounce back after a loss. The next game will be better because you will use what you learned from the last game to improve your team. Even if you don’t win, at least do not lose this game in your mind because every time you lose, it becomes easier to lose again

521. “Show gratitude when you win. Be hopeful when you lose. In everything, give thanks.”

522. The only real success is to be happy with what you have achieved. Brace up tomorrow is another day

523. Take time off after the game. It’s important to give yourself time to grieve and reflect on the loss before jumping back into practice or training again. Go out with friends or family members who support your passion for sports. They’ll help lift your spirits!

524. The only person you are competing against is yourself. If you lose, it does not mean you’re a failure; you should stop trying. You have to learn from your mistakes and keep going. Keep fighting and never give up

525. If at first, you don’t succeed, you are running about average

526. WIth football you can have up to 28 guys you consider starters, and if they can pick up the slack when some aren't playing so well, you don't have to turn those two game losing streaks into six-game losing streaks. - Author: Tom Brady

527. “Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I don’t like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that.” – Bill Shankly

528. A thinker sees his own actions as experiments and questions–as attempts to find out something. Success and failure are, for him, answers above all

529. “Every time I play Pep [Guardiola] I end up with 10 men. It must be some sort of UEFA rule.”

530. The harder you get hit, the more you have to be willing to stand up and keep moving

531. Loss is temporary. It may last a minute, an hour, a day, or even a year. But eventually, it will subside, and something else will take its place. If we quit, however, it lasts forever

532. Car love is the sound of a throaty V-8 rumbling and revving, the acceleration throwing you back in the seat - especially when you get on a beautiful, winding road and the light's dappling through the trees. - Author: John Lasseter

533. “Losing an illusion makes you wiser than finding a truth.”

534. No matter how hard you try, you can lose, but never give up no matter how hard you try

535. “I’m not giving up on my team.”

536. And I had the feeling he was far out ahead of me then and in many things. Any time spent with your child is partly a damn sad time, the sadness of life a-going, bright, vivid, each time a last. A loss. A glimpse into what could've been. It can be corrupting. I - Author: Richard Ford

537. Never give up, never surrender on your way to victory, get a mindset for victory; that’s the way to victory

538. “Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it.” – Lou Holtz

539. “I feel bad for the guy who has to clean this stuff up.” -Steve Kerr

540. “You can always win next time.”

541. I can’t win all the time, but I can learn from losing, and the pressure’s something I must endure

542. “When you lose, talk little. When you win, talk less.” – Tom Brady

543. “Remember, once you set a goal, it’s all about how hard you’re willing to work, how much you’re willing to sacrifice and how badly you truly want it.” –J.J. Watt

544. “You can’t change what has happened, but you can change how you deal with it.”

545. “When we win, you’ll feel proud of your team.”

546. “A World Cup without me is nothing to watch, so it is not worth waiting for the World Cup.”

547. Though you may not feel like it, a loss is an opportunity for growth. Instead of letting your disappointment drag you down, use it as motivation to work harder and win next time

548. You can’t win them all. It’s a wake-up call, a warning to your ego, your excuses, and flaws

549. It’s not whether you get knocked down; it’s whether you get up

550. Losing is a part of winning

551. “I worked on my weaknesses and made them my strengths.” – Sydney Leroux

552. Losing doesn't eat at me the way it used to. I just get ready for the next play, the next game, the next season. - Author: Troy Aikman

553. Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently

554. “A loss is not a defeat, it’s a stepping stone to success.”

555. “I’m proud of our team. We did a lot of good things tonight, but we couldn’t do enough.”

556. “Behind every kick of a ball, there has to be a thought.” – Denis Bergkamp

557. Winning is a great feeling. Losing… not so much. But no matter how badly you lose, the most important thing to do is pick yourself up and try again

558. “Sometimes by losing a battle you find a new way to win the war.”

559. You can always choose to be better than your circumstances, but sometimes you have to go through them first before coming out on the other side with a whole new perspective

560. When you lose a game and are all alone, you need someone to tell you how much better it feels

561. Win If You Can, Lose If You Must, But NEVER QUIT!

562. I lost, but I’m still moving forward and always will be. I’m not here to move on, but I have, and I shall be a better man for it, I’m motivated

563. Instead of complaining about losing, do something good for the next time! Don’t lose sleep over it; it’s just a game!

564. “A loss is not the end, it’s just a temporary setback.”

565. You have to lose to know how to win

566. Getting down on yourself after losing a football game is easy, but it is essential to remember that you can’t win them all. Losing is going to happen, and it’s a part of the game. The key is to move forward and focus on what could be next

567. When your team loses a game, some coaches first blow up and cuss out players. The second thing they do is make excuses for the loss. It is not easy to bounce back from losing a game, but every player in that locker room has to put their head up and move forward. They can’t look back