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Fergie: It's Easy To Take Our Players!

Fergie: It's Easy To Take Our Players!

Sir Alex is evidently tired and frustrated now. He simply can't stop the rumours about Ronaldo's and Tevez's imminent departure - so he barely takes them seriously any more.

Ronaldo was again linked to Real Madrid, with ex-president Ramon Calderon claiming a deal had been done to sign him. This was rubbished by United, of course, even though many believe that Ronaldo will indeed get his wish this summer.

'It is dead easy to take our players isn't it?' Fergie said.

'It happens all the time. It is not something we worry about. It is nice to be talked about I suppose.'

Doesn't look especially worried, does he?

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Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday April 18 2009
Time: 9:45AM

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Ronaldo to Madrid next season!!! Viva Madrid
tanokan1
18/04/2009 15:52:00
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Ronaldo to Madrid next season!!! Viva Madrid
tanokan1
18/04/2009 15:52:00
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We already knew it but this season has given everyone a clear picture of how far real circus are.At first I was always a bit worried but not any more but ron I just have one question to ask,would u want to be at a club where the word 'stability' doesn't exist,where the management,the president is changed almost every season and the fans display their affection by showing their white hankies or at a club where u have always developed and in the end received the most prestigious award for an individual footballer and most importantly the fans and the club sticking with u through thick and thin.
abmtd
19/04/2009 07:18:00
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We already knew it but this season has given everyone a clear picture of how far real circus are.At first I was always a bit worried but not any more but ron I just have one question to ask,would u want to be at a club where the word 'stability' doesn't exist,where the management,the president is changed almost every season and the fans display their affection by showing their white hankies or at a club where u have always developed and in the end received the most prestigious award for an individual footballer and most importantly the fans and the club sticking with u through thick and thin.
abmtd
19/04/2009 07:18:00
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up until a month or so ago i believed 100% that ronaldo was gonna leave us in the summer, now i'm more convinced than ever that he will stay....his recent interview where he talks about the dominance of the premier league that 3 english teams in semi finals of champions league.....and how united is a club that can win so much every year.....then he talked of how the premiership was the most competetive and best league in the world....so byt the players own admission why would he leave and not be able to compete in europe, or go to a team where the coaches leave every year or so, even the presidents go every other year....why would he go to a team that hasn't made it to 1/4 finals for 4 years....why would he leave if he continues to win trophies here.... the only thing about ronaldo is i believe he will move on once sir alex retires....by that time he would have won everything in england and in need of a new challenge
ibrahiy
19/04/2009 15:05:00
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up until a month or so ago i believed 100% that ronaldo was gonna leave us in the summer, now i'm more convinced than ever that he will stay....his recent interview where he talks about the dominance of the premier league that 3 english teams in semi finals of champions league.....and how united is a club that can win so much every year.....then he talked of how the premiership was the most competetive and best league in the world....so byt the players own admission why would he leave and not be able to compete in europe, or go to a team where the coaches leave every year or so, even the presidents go every other year....why would he go to a team that hasn't made it to 1/4 finals for 4 years....why would he leave if he continues to win trophies here.... the only thing about ronaldo is i believe he will move on once sir alex retires....by that time he would have won everything in england and in need of a new challenge
ibrahiy
19/04/2009 15:05:00
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Hes not leaving until Fergie leaves. Hes even sat next to Fergie and said he was staying. Case closed, all the rest is media and speculation to create story. Typical british media.
Paulinho
20/04/2009 03:48:00
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Hes not leaving until Fergie leaves. Hes even sat next to Fergie and said he was staying. Case closed, all the rest is media and speculation to create story. Typical british media.
Paulinho
20/04/2009 03:48:00
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