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Ronaldo pleased by boo boys

Ronaldo pleased by boo boys

Cristiano Ronaldo has said he was more than happy at the boo's he received from the French fans. In a bizarre show of some backbone, the French fans stuck up for their English counterparts, and for the beautiful game by making sure any player who was diving was given the correct treatment. Maybe they were trying to ignore Henry's effort, so nicely highlighted on BBC last night.

'I was pleased about being booed.

Maybe France fans were upset to see a dangerous player. I'm not worried'
said Ronaldo. Dangerous player? Why, go near him and he falls over?

I'm trying to stay neutral here as I'm really not sure what we do with Ron, however he also had an opinion on the referee:

'Everyone who saw the match could see that the referee wasn't fair.

He should have shown yellow cards but he did not because Portugal is a small country.'


Pot calling kettles considering his antics. I'm surprised he wasn't booked for what was one of the worst dives I've seen since any of Drogba's, or the Alpay effort in the last world cup.

It must be noted however that it wasn't just Ronaldo that was struggling to cope with the sniper in the stands. Former Spurs striker Postiga looked like he'd been hit on the head with an ACNE anvil.

The one thing I can say to Cristiano is that he's probably already done enough to get himself a move away from United. Does the man really need to keep shooting his mouth off to make sure?

(On a side note, can we maybe just tone the comments down slightly. I've never seen such a massive use of the F-word!)

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Date:Thursday July 6 2006
Time: 10:20AM

Comments

0
he looks to me like he is already out of england! i dont think he could face a season of abuse, he'll end up crying half way through a match!
elmo85
06/07/2006 10:31:00
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would like to see him stay at Old Trafford next season so he has to face the music for his antics
DougInABox
06/07/2006 10:37:00
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Somebody shoot him, I've heard enough of his moaning and arrogance
Trig the yid
06/07/2006 10:38:00
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it wasn't even the french fans boooing, the was a load of the english fans there
afcbmarcus
06/07/2006 10:55:00
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Shut up about Ronaldo! I doubt all of you can play as good football as he can. Anyway Rooney said on the news that he dont hold NO grudge agaist Ronaldo for gettin him sent of - so why should every1 else??!!! Hes an amazing footballer and he is phit so shut up all of you lot!!
Leonie
06/07/2006 11:25:00
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Ronaldo is an awesome player .. we should all forgive and forget.. he plays for an english team (manU) after all !! xxx
Leonie
06/07/2006 11:38:00
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Ronaldo sums up most of the World cup to me. Talented yes. Tainted yes. The diving and faking throughout by the Portuguese team and in particular Ronaldo makes me sick. I do not want to watch that next season as I spend my hard earned cash through a Premiership turnstile.

Ballack was another, Henry was at it too. Shame on them. This will kill the game if it is not stamped on by refs early on next season.
cropped
06/07/2006 11:44:00
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hez a brill player....jst get ova it lyk,.... ope 2 c im at old trafford still nxt season
swanz_gal_05
06/07/2006 16:47:00
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Fu*k him he's a fu*king cheat and i want to see him cry at every ground next season. Leonie .....he looks like he needs a fu*king good wash
ihatescum
06/07/2006 19:36:00
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LOOK england always blames someone of their defeat EVEN the damn ref said that ronaldo didnt even effect his decision ronaldo is the best player ive seen he is going to be the next pele,maradona you say he dives but Brazilian players dive too 2002 world cup against turkey rivaldo covered his face when the ball hit his feet no one boo ed him did they noooo so shut up and stop blaming ronaldo because he is so awesome and french fans didnt boo ed him english fans did
Ronaldo.no.1
06/07/2006 19:51:00
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