Date:Sunday August 13 2006
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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|Man Utd||2||-||1||West Ham|
|Leicester City||5||-||3||Man Utd|
|4. West Ham||9||5||1||3||5||16|
|7. Man Utd||8||3||3||2||3||12|
|9. Hull City||9||2||5||2||0||11|
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