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Ronaldo, You Really Want To Sign For That Bunch?

Ronaldo, You Really Want To Sign For That Bunch?

Yes, we all know that one day Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Manchester United even though recently he's been singing all the right songs in public. But his desire to play for Real Madrid looks increasingly like folly.

Madrid were simply abysmal last night against Liverpool. Even Scolari's Chelsea fared better against Benitez and co. at Stamford Bridge - they almost scored on one occasion. The Spanish team did not even get close to Reina's goal, they were devoid of organisation, pace, imagination...

I'd understand Ronaldo's desire to play for Barcelona. I would accept if he said he had to try Italy, to challenge himself in Serie A. We need not look far, after all: he would immeasurably improve this quite formidable Inter team. But even this Inter team were comprehensively outplayed at their own ground by Ronaldo's current team.

He should definitely think twice about leaving us because for once Mourinho was right: Old Trafford is the perfect place for him. But even if he won't heed that advice he should avoid Real Madrid like plague because the club, as the team, is an absolute shambles.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday February 26 2009
Time: 10:54AM

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And they often mock Old Trafford here but how quiet was the Bernabeu last night? I only heard the scousers.
Zae
26/02/2009 11:23:00
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And they often mock Old Trafford here but how quiet was the Bernabeu last night? I only heard the scousers.
Zae
26/02/2009 11:23:00
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Of course they are a bad team because Liverpool won and Inter are 'formidable' as you drew. Hysterical, it really is.
KB1
26/02/2009 13:43:00
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Of course they are a bad team because Liverpool won and Inter are 'formidable' as you drew. Hysterical, it really is.
KB1
26/02/2009 13:43:00
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KB1,come back when (if ever) you win the league.
SweetLeftFoot
27/02/2009 11:51:00
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KB1,come back when (if ever) you win the league.
SweetLeftFoot
27/02/2009 11:51:00
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I would almost rather he went to Barca rather than Real!
jot3000
27/02/2009 13:07:00
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I would almost rather he went to Barca rather than Real!
jot3000
27/02/2009 13:07:00
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It's just a matter of time.
RadioactiveD
27/02/2009 13:38:00
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It's just a matter of time.
RadioactiveD
27/02/2009 13:38:00
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