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Conor Coady

Conor David Coady is an English professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers and the England national team.

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When a team like Manchester United comes to Molineux it is always big.
I just go out and try and enjoy my game and help the team as much as I can.
When you're in the Championship, you try and move the opponent around a bit and pull players into positions they don't want to be in. — © Conor Coady
When you're in the Championship, you try and move the opponent around a bit and pull players into positions they don't want to be in.
It is every boy's dream to make his debut for Liverpool.
It is always good to play against the best players in the world and Eto'o has been in his time. He has that bit of class about him.
You have to have that willingness and that fight to get back in the game and get a point or a win. I don't think you can teach or learn that kind of thing.
I don't think people realise the quality of player in the lower leagues.
The Premier League is amazing. It's everything you dream of as a kid.
I am not the type of player who thinks he has to prove anything to people on Saturday.
Ruben Neves is by far one of the best players I've ever played with.
I was lucky in that I played in a Liverpool team alongside the likes of Raheem Sterling, Jon Flanagan, Andre Wisdom and Suso and you knew that these players were special.
I've played against Aguero a couple of times. He starts behind you so he's always offside, but you don't know where he is. You look behind to the right and he'll go to your left. He's so tough to find. You've got to learn and work out how to stop them.
When you get beat it is the worst feeling in football, it is horrific. — © Conor Coady
When you get beat it is the worst feeling in football, it is horrific.
You just have to keep working hard in training.
I love watching England and what they are doing. But I can promise you I've not thought about anything that high.
You can't throw the towel in if you come up against a brilliant striker.
You come away better at playing against different players and styles.
It was a difficult decision to leave Liverpool but I knew it was something I had to do to get playing regularly and improve.
Jamie Carragher was someone who I looked at as to how to organise, how to defend and how composed he was, how good he was at reading the games and he was one I looked up to.
I watch a lot of football.
I've been brought up in a family that just loves football.
I think you have to recognise where you are as a player. I knew I had to go out to learn - to sit around at Liverpool wasn't going to do me any good.
If you're happy being at a big club but playing reserve team football, I never really understand that.
Steven Gerrard has always been my idol. He's a leader. You get excited when he gets on the ball. You know something's going to happen.
To score a goal for Liverpool is always special but the fact it was for the first team makes it even better.
For me, dropping down to League One and then getting into the Championship with Huddersfield was the right pathway. It was one where I knew I had to learn, I had to get better if I wanted to get any higher and I think that mentality's helped me.
When I left Liverpool, I knew had to leave. It was a big step but it was something I had to do. A lot of people asked if it was hard, it wasn't hard. It was something I needed to do to improve and get better as a footballer.
You bring in Joao Moutinho and it's not just how he plays it's the experience he brings to the team and to the group.
It is important when you are losing to come back and not get beat.
They're great memories, not just as a footballer but as a person growing up - it sounds daft, but to come away from Liverpool to play the first-team football I needed. It's a fantastic place, a huge football club and they helped me a lot. I'm grateful for coming through there.
The Championship is such a tough division. — © Conor Coady
The Championship is such a tough division.
My two boys, Henri and Freddie don't really know much about Liverpool! They've got Wolves kits and come to all the games. They sing the songs, it's great.
You try and pick up something from everyone you work with and I grew up watching Jame Carragher and it was such an honour to train with Liverpool's first team.
I've said it plenty of times before, I do believe Molineux is the best place in the Premier League to play football. The atmosphere's incredible.
We always want to improve.
When you're at a club like Liverpool, it's always about what you can do with the ball.
I'll never look too far ahead.
I like watching Spanish and Italian games and looking at how they play compared to us.
England is the pinnacle of any Englishman's career.
I was lucky enough to train with Carragher and Gerrard, and watch what they did on a daily basis - they never missed a session. I'd look how Carragher played, how he spoke and he was big to follow.
You have to be patient and bide your time and hopefully your chance will come. — © Conor Coady
You have to be patient and bide your time and hopefully your chance will come.
Every week I look at Liverpool and hope they win.
I started watching Liverpool on the Kop; my earliest memories were 2000 onwards when Liverpool won the Treble under Gerard Houllier.
I've always talked and like to organise as much as possible.
We want to win games, it's as simple as that.
I always believe you give your all for whoever you're playing for, whatever shirt you put on. You play for that team and you want to win for that team - whether I'm wearing a Liverpool shirt or an England shirt.
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