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Ronaldo Wants To Play For Real

Ronaldo Wants To Play For Real

Cristiano Ronaldo announced that he wanted to play for Real Madrid if they pay what they had promised to pay.

Speaking in Neuchatel, at Portugal's training camp, he spoke of his desire to leave the club which stood by him after the 2006 World Cup and where he became almost a cult hero.

'I want to play for Real Madrid, but only if it is true they are eager to pay me and Manchester United what they have been saying they will,' he told Brazilian website Terra.

'However, it does not depend on me.'

Well, mate, I have bad news: you're right and it does not. It's quite a cowardly thing to be honest, pikin' off after two great seasons. You're afraid of the prospect of proving whether you can keep up this form, Ronnie?

I resisted it until now, I must confess what I feel: I feel an urge to say that 'fuck off, berk, if you don't like it here'. I'm fed up of the whole thing, I'm tired: sell him for crazy money and buy three quality players from his price.

Of course, Fergie might want to keep him, in order to prove a point if nothing else. That would be satisfying though unnecessary: if Manchester United is not good enough for him, then so be it.

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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday June 5 2008
Time: 2:46PM

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As a spurs fan I must say he seems to be taking the pee outta you lot, man u are bigger than Real right now and the most successful in the world too. IF he said that then rid him and forget him... Even if he didn't why is he taking so long to commit to you?
woddywoo
05/06/2008 14:54:00
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As much as I hate him, i cannot belive he said those words. Only if they pay him what they have said? I hope he didnt say that, let him hold onto the little integrity he has left. I for one am now sick of him, and wouldnt care if he goes, give rooney the mantle of being our young sterlet, someonw who is dedicated to our club and will most proabaly be with us the rest of his career. Its tiem for ronaldo to leave, lets move on.
united4life
05/06/2008 15:02:00
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hate him at the moment* that should have said - no one can argue how good he has been for us recenrly.
united4life
05/06/2008 15:03:00
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Wow - what a****. Though after hearing him speak about himself I can't say the money comments are entirely surprising. I'm not saying you're a one man team, but you reckon you can hold on to you title without him, because lets face it, with any other winger in place last season .... you don't win the league (or even finish 2nd)
Rocky7
05/06/2008 15:32:00
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Perhaps Rocky, but dod they not say that after Rudd left? I for one hope Fergie doesnt just keep ronaldo to rot on the bench ansd instead accepts the rediculous offer Real will no doubt give us. I still think we haev a team to compete, our defence was vital in our sucess last season and that will stay the same - hopefully with a new RB. Central midfield we have an abundance of talent through carrick, scholes, anderson and haregreaves and on the left hand side we haev nani and park. we wil lno doubt get a right sided wingetr now - possibly a quaresma, or perhaps robinho as part of the ronaldo deal, and we still have tevez and rooney up top in additon to a experinced stiker. i fo rone am strangely excited by ronaldo leaving, to see who we bring in, as well as to see who will be next to take on his matelpiece. persoanlly i can see rooney thriving in the absense of ronaldo. bring on nexty season, i cant wait!
united4life
05/06/2008 15:47:00
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The only thing I think you will be lacking is a goal scorer. Rooney and Tevez are exceptional players but you just don't see them scoring 25-30 goals for the season. I think if Ronaldo doesn't feature for you next season the Fergie will have to sell to try and bring in another top class goal scorer.
Rocky7
05/06/2008 15:54:00
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Agreed, he already said he will bring in a top class striker...eto'o, huntelaar, berbatov, santa cruz.......benzema would be my choice.
united4life
05/06/2008 16:10:00
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lets get bentley and a big strong striker
rooneyisgod
05/06/2008 16:30:00
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I was watching the news a couple of weeks ago after the CL final. The BBC reporter ask Ronaldo if he was staying, and Ronaldo looked him straight in the eyes and said, "I stay, I stay". What a little ***** I honestly think he owes you lot another 2 seasons. Btw this is coming from a Liverpool fan!
spen86
05/06/2008 16:36:00
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attention seeker?
fenton_01
05/06/2008 17:38:00
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