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World & Their Grandma Give Their Views On Ronaldo

World & Their Grandma Give Their Views On Ronaldo

Why everyone, just everyone feel that they must say something about Cristiano Ronaldo? The Portuguese winger, in the process of becoming a hate figure from a cult hero, has raised thoughts all over the world.

Alvaro Arbeloa, with a typical Liverpool attitude, said that he hopes the Premier League's best players will go as it will make their job easier - wishful thinking methinks.

I appreciate when ex-United players tell their opinions but who is Alvaro Arbeloa? Who the hell asked him? The journalist who thought Arbeloa's opinion is relevant in the matter should give up his job...

But he's not the only one. We heard ex-players, current players, lawyers, close friends, grandmothers - all expressing an opinion about Ronaldo. Getting rid of these news in itself would be a blessing...

Anyway, I'm fed up with Ronaldo. I'd happily start a petition to convince the club to let him go. It looks increasingly likely that he'll leave: all this denial from the club is probably only part of the process of increasing his price. A few other interested clubs would be nice, too.

We have an important summer ahead of us: Fergie must use the Ronaldo money effectively in order to keep us at the top of the English football pyramid. When the Euros are over, he'll surely become active.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday June 25 2008
Time: 8:36PM

Comments

0
lets offer him in a swap deal for messi.
rooneyisgod
25/06/2008 21:09:00
0
yeah, this is insane. it seems like soon you'll see people on the streets with "ask me what i think about ronaldo" badges.
RussianHammer
25/06/2008 21:24:00
0
i cant wait till the euro's are over and we can start our transfer activity. all this ronaldo talk isnt good for the club.
united4life
25/06/2008 22:09:00
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.....and im not sure, but i cant believe real madrid fans are very interested either. its all gone on too long. dont suppose we have any spanish-based memebers on vital do we?
united4life
25/06/2008 22:10:00
0
Everybodies bored but it keeps your little Club in the news....
Tiny T
26/06/2008 08:23:00
0
Alvaro Arbeloa LMAO, hu on earth would take his advice!
fenton_01
26/06/2008 15:47:00
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Tiny T is a Leeds fan,and he tries to call US a little club.Nuff said!
SweetLeftFoot
26/06/2008 16:35:00
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SWL you must LOVE Leeds you spend more time spouting on our site than on your own.......
Tiny T
30/06/2008 14:03:00
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Doubt that Ronaldo would consider anywhere else if Real Madrid is interested... pretty sure that's where he wants to go.
fobioh
01/07/2008 08:32:00
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dont think he will go anywhere
wimp2k7
02/07/2008 11:04:00
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