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Ronaldo's Lucky To Avoid A Ban

Ronaldo's Lucky To Avoid A Ban

Really, Ronaldo's arrogance and behaviour is now beyond belief. Never one for self-doubt, the brilliant Portuguese has got to committing nasty little fouls these days.

Kicking out at Dawson at White Hart Lane on Saturday wasn't his first display of petulance and nastiness. He immediately apologised though but it was still disgusting and deliberate.

He's escaped an FA charge and I'm quite amazed: it would be more worthy of a ban more than anything Evra might have done. Still, he's lucky this time - but he shouldn't push his luck and Fergie definitely has to have another little chat with him.




Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Zae
Date:Monday December 15 2008
Time: 6:59PM

Comments

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I have noticed his behaviour of late and he's almost turning into the Rooney of old without the arrogance but nasty attitude! STRAIGHTEN UP YOUR ATTITUDE RON!
ForeverUnited
16/12/2008 00:26:00
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He is such a good player, just a real shame he isn't capable of showing a little bit of class, not to mention respect to both the brilliant game we love called footie AND more importantly, his own fans.
The Fear
16/12/2008 08:32:00
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It was disgusting and no need for it, he got lucky that Dawson didnt make anything of it, and just got on with the game (credit to him!) Had the roles been reversed, I dare say Ronaldo would have been rolling on the floor crying as if he'd been hit by a sledgehammer
Lily_White
16/12/2008 11:09:00
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I think everybody Utd fan or not is sick of the little****
HuddersfieldYiddo
16/12/2008 16:09:00
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WTF? got lucky? what!! this article is a joke :? All ronaldo did was trip/flick the player....that is not a red card offense so rightfully he wasnt given a suspension. Read the rules, Even the referee after looking at it said he would not have sent ronaldo off had he seen it in the match
Reddevils4ever89
16/12/2008 20:00:00
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that little**** is the only thing standing between your team and a 3-5th place in the EPL but yea his behaviour is non acceptable and you all know that once he leaves you will not remember him as a hero but as a whiny arrogance little show pony and you will convince yourself ur better off! If he keeps this up no other club will want to buy him!
Rune3k
16/12/2008 21:38:00
0
arrogant*
Rune3k
16/12/2008 21:39:00
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I can't believe idiots like you are still on about this? How would you fair without Le Sulk?? With your amazingly terrible home form, without Anelka's goals, you'd probably be struggling for a UEFA Cup place!
ForeverUnited
18/12/2008 01:06:00
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yes because we have only 2 strikers in our squad.. and one has been injured all freakin year. you have like 5 ? Just read in The Sun that Ronaldo real and Manure have agreed a deal to ship ronaldo off in the summer.. sounds familiar ? :)
Rune3k
18/12/2008 12:07:00
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We have THREE strikers. You loaned of Pizarro, and also have Kalou so no excuses there. And as to the Ronaldo issue, READ the news again, this time on a much more reliable source like the BBC!
ForeverUnited
18/12/2008 15:13:00
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