In an interview, Mahrez, who played for Leicester City, talked about his old club and the former chairman of the team, Vitch. He said: "Leicester City once gave me everything, and Vitch is a special person to me. ."
"Leicester City gave me everything. It is obvious that it is because of them that I have reached where I am now and what I have achieved. This is part of my career and I am grateful to them."
"Vicui is very special to me. When I see Leicester City, I still think of him. This is a very important club and a very important person in my heart."
"I remember in the first half of the game, I thought I played well, but Ranieri started yelling to me,'I need you to take out more, you haven't woken up yet.' I was angry from changing clothes Came out of the room and thought,'What is he talking about?'"
"Two minutes later, I scored that goal. It was very special. I remember we were a few points ahead of Manchester City. If they win, they will be consistent with us. If we win, we will lead by six points. When we won the game, we were thinking,'It's weird, I don't know where it will end, but it's weird.'"
"No one has talked about it, but everyone is thinking about the topic of championships. I remember when we talked about championships with Kanter in December, we were ranked first or second, and I said,'If we can get the top four, that would be great. , The top six are also great. We didn’t expect we could do more.’”
"Two months later, we beat Manchester City and led by five points. Suddenly we had different ideas and we started to think we could do it."
"I don't understand why the fans booed me when I was following Manchester City to play a year later. I was surprised. It's hard to leave Leicester City, but you can't take everything we did for the club. If The club can be here now because of us, because of all the players who won the league championship."
"When you go there with another team and the fans boo you, you will be a little disappointed. There are only a few people, and I know most of them say what we have done for the club Thanks, so good."
"I want to leave in a good way, but the club doesn't think so. They want to get a lot of money because of my departure. In the end, if it is difficult to leave, it is not my fault. But when you see the price of the players leaving, I think it’s not easy to leave Leicester City. Maguire after me and Chilwell after that are not small numbers. After all, this is business, and they will sell players at the highest possible price. "
"People might guess that I forced to leave, but I didn't do it. I just wanted to leave, but it was difficult. That's it."
"Yes, there is room for improvement. I am now 29 years old and I have a few years to have a good time. I feel that I am starting to be at my best. I know my body better."
"When you were 29, it was not like when you were 24. Now you have more experience. You know how to play, when to do things, and the most important thing is to know how your body recovers and how to deal with everything better. ."