"It's easy to translate his passion. It's his sayings that get complicated. His vocabulary is very rich, and sometimes he uses words that I have a hard time finding in English. I have to use simpler words when he wants to use more eloquent words."
-- Gabriel Andrade, the translator for Jorge Barcellos, the Brazilian coach of WPS's St. Louis Athletica
who says things such as "A bird who goes along with bats sleeps upside down" and "[I] didn't take this job to bring grass for the donkeys to eat." (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)