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Ronaldo bemoans loss (AUDIO)

Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo is at the centre of attention again after his side missed out on the chance of claiming back to back Champions League winners medals.

The Premier League champions were humbled in Rome by a superb Barcelona performance, capped by goals from Samuel Eto'o and Lionel Messi, leading to United's Portuguese winger admitting his side was second best throughout.

With the summer window set to open, Ronaldo is linked yet again with a move to the Bernabeau Stadium, with Presidential elections at Real promising to deliver him this time around. Last year saw the 24 year-old constantly have his name linked with the Spanish giants in a rumoured 85m deal.

But with United's defeat, Ronaldo may be on the look out for a new challenge and has already been promised again by Real presidential candidate Florentino Perez, who is standing for elections again after 3 years away from the club.

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Date:Thursday May 28 2009

Time: 12:25PM

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Ronaldo[the snake]will again start playing his games,infact he already has,when asked by the journalist if he would stay,he just said," I don't know."
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28/05/2009 12:44:00

I'm pretty sure many utd supporters around the world will be disappointed by me calling him a snake but when a person gives an interview to the News Of The World claiming utd to be his home and then in a few days ends up changing his statement then I don't know what the world will call him but for me he turns into a person who cannot be trusted for a penny.
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28/05/2009 12:51:00

If the figures of 75+ million pounds are true then I would say let him leave.He might be the best in the world but as a person I have never seen a person who is more egoistic and self-centered than him.Dressing room harmony is the main thing at any football club.
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28/05/2009 12:59:00

Ladies and gents I'm here to pour salt in your CL wounds! Quotes from Ronaldo the last day! "I cannot explain. We, the players, were not well, the TACTICS were not good... everything went wrong." "About clubs, I do not want to talk about that, I want to rest, go on holiday. "About clubs, I do not want to talk about that, I want to rest, go on holiday. And may I remind you he whined like a little bitch when he got taken off couple of weeks ago ? Apperantly he wants to leave AGAIN! And you all are prolly sick of him! After the loss of CL final he say those things lol, I would hate him if I were you! You all know he won't sign a new contract! You think you gonna get Ribery as his replacement but hopefully he will end up elsewhere! You should prey he doesn't end up in Chelsea! That would mean the end of you dominance for many years to come! Good luck! You'll need it! Carefree!
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28/05/2009 18:40:00

Oh, i forgot... "The future? We will see." Ronaldo
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28/05/2009 18:41:00

Who cares what the snivelling little ***** had to say, should have said it with his actions on the pitch.
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29/05/2009 06:47:00

Well if chelsea end up getting ancelotti,then it should be they who should be worried.No player under the age of 30yrs. would be allowed at chelsea and in that case who knows even zola might get an offer to play for chelsea once again.
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29/05/2009 06:52:00

Wow abmtd! Does Ancelotti have old players in his team? I've never heard that one before! Sorry, who is Pato? Flamini? Senderos? Borriello? Kaka?
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29/05/2009 23:49:00


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