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Gerrard: Time to keep quiet

Gerrard: Time to keep quiet

Just when you thought it was safe for Ronaldo to reappear, that cheeky red-scouse player Steven Gerrard has opened his big gob labelling the Manchester United winger 'a disgrace.'

In his serialised Autobiography (I must add, Serialised in some god awful newspaper) Gerrard also mentions how if it had been one of his Liverpool team-mates, he would never speak to them again.

Steven Gerrard, England Hero I salute you for your utter stupidity. The fool then decides to continue, claiming that players such as Ricardo Carvalho are damaging football.

Ronaldo is trying to get over this 'incident' and is getting enough abuse without other clubs players sticking their oar in. From reports even Wayne Rooney is at least reasonably happy with his team-mate. It's time to forget (maybe not forgive, but at least forget) and move on.

The Premiership starts next week- Oh Happy days!




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Date:Sunday August 13 2006
Time: 1:40PM

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it dont concern him he dont need to speak about it
carrickisours
13/08/2006 14:03:00
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Carrickisinjured...........what school didn't you go to?
gerrybeckett
13/08/2006 15:51:00
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gerry springer what time is your mum coming to my house
carrickisours
14/08/2006 10:23:00
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I think SG is right. I'd be very suprised if Ronne ydidn't agree with SG too. The power at trafford park will have kept a tight lid on all this so what you think Rooney thinks is not what he really thinks. Ronaldo is a disgrace, along with the likes of a dutch chelsea winger.
Cpt. Mainwaring
14/08/2006 13:36:00
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why is man utds site never updated
carrickisours
15/08/2006 16:50:00
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well done stevie
Aamir
15/08/2006 17:32:00
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He is a disgrace...it was the wink that did it....his season is going to be a disaster.....gutted about Rooney and Scholes from all at Tottenham...lol...
sidyid
16/08/2006 07:26:00
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update this ******** site
carrickisours
17/08/2006 15:58:00
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SG is only trying to stamp out disgraceful behaviour in football. Ronney disrespected Rooney that night. End of
topkop
17/08/2006 23:58:00
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pff u shud get a life. he stamped on his ********* and deserved it. ur players would have done the same. red card for rooooooooney
bdazzler1
18/08/2006 06:08:00
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