"In America, coaches take the fun out of the game for kids. They do. They coach them to play one touch, two touch. It takes the fun out of it and the kids aren't creative. It's no fun when you're not creative and when you're not expressing yourself out on the field. I think coaches should do a better job. [Players] need to express themselves and enjoy the game. That's what happened to me. I enjoyed myself. As time goes on, as you get older, you start to learn to play with your team and working within a team, knowing when to dribble and when not to dribble. This stuff is eventually going to come, as long as you just let kids enjoy themselves."
-- Freddy Adu