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Ian Right Right Right!

Ian Wright was never one of my favourite players. As a footballer, there was no doubting his ability - but as a man he has always been a bit annoying.

However, never one to hide his emotions, Ian Wright has written a damning report of the whole Ronadlo saga in a sort of open-letter to the Portuguese.

He writes in his column for 'The Sun':

'As a player, there's no doubt what you're capable of. As a man, you're not showing any class whatsoever.'

'You're also failing to show any respect to either Alex Ferguson or the Manchester United fans.'

'To be honest, I'm embarrassed for you.'

'You're now 23 and you should not be acting quite so immature.'

'You've been at Old Trafford for five years but it's only the last two seasons you've set the place on fire.'

'Previous to that, Fergie stuck with you. Despite your diving and despite the fact you would always try to take on a defender rather than pass to a team-mate. When you acted a right winker at the World Cup two years ago, your club manager once again showed extreme loyalty to you, along with United's fans.'

'They could have turned on you after your behaviour during the England match in Germany but they didn't.'

'You've now become one hell of a player - the best on this planet. I'd pay just to see you warm-up, let alone play a game.'

'But with the drop of a hat, it seems you're ready to join Real Madrid.'


Well, cant really argue there, can you.

Indeed, it seems that Ian Wright is Right!!!

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Writer:United4Life
Date:Tuesday June 10 2008
Time: 11:28AM

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To be fair, I'm a bit fed up with Ronaldo. Yes, he's been great, but him not saying whether he'll stay or not is just disrespectful to Fergie. In some ways, I hope he goes. I'm sure if he wasn't here, Rooney, Tevez and another striker (preferably Santa Cruz would score just as many goals). Ronaldo's been fantastic for United, but I just feel it's about time he goes so we can concentrate on players who have said that it's United for life for them.
Man utd champions
10/06/2008 16:05:00
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Wow...Talk about straight and to the point! Well said mr Right.
alexpant
10/06/2008 18:18:00
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lol people care far to much about this.
Paulinho
10/06/2008 19:57:00
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I absolutely agree with Man utd champions. No one man is greater than the whole. To my mind, Rooney and co will do as well for you. At the end of the day, its nice to have goals in the back of the net (actually, its absolutely bloody vital) but, old fashioned loyalty accompanied by a little bit of respect goes a lot further at the end of the day, especially for a club who can afford, and are accustomed to the best. Let him go - Ronaldho will miss ManU long before ManU misses him! I wish you luck (except for when you are playing Portsmouth - who will be knocking on your door 5 years from now!)
Gandor
11/06/2008 00:02:00
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I say get rid of the****.Thanks for everything,hope all goes well.Now sod off!!!
java
11/06/2008 00:51:00
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Paulinho, can you please stop pretending like Ronaldo isnt leaving. He WANTS to, and if Utd have any sense we WILL sell him for a ludicrous amount and start re-building. He's a great player, but a rotton man. I for one am actually HOPEING he leaves; something i coulsnt dream of after the champs league final.
united4life
11/06/2008 11:22:00
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Nice to see all my ManUtd friends calling him a ****! :)
raaid
12/06/2008 20:20:00
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