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Mourinho Loves Ronaldo!

Mourinho Loves Ronaldo!

Unexpected reaction from José Mourinho: the Portuguese boss welcomes the agreement that will keep his compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo at United until 2012.

The winger signed a new deal yesterday and it could cause unrest in the Premiership as he's undoubtedly the best player this season. However, our biggest rival's manager is not terrified.

He said: 'It's very good because I want English football to be the best in the world. Every good player and manager should be here.'

Of course, it's easy for him. His exit from Chelsea is all but sealed, according to some sources so he can afford to be happy of Ronaldo's new deal. His successor will not be so impressed...



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday April 14 2007
Time: 11:00AM

Comments

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Is it definite he will go? I thought he said something like he wanted to continue his historic (hahaha) work at Chelsea... will miss him a little bit if he goes, especially for the "we-have-had-unbelievable- problems-this-season" comments. Those are priceless.
midlothian99
14/04/2007 11:07:00
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All but sealed! Dream on............
merlin
14/04/2007 11:57:00
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it is a great bit of business getting him signed up
MOYES IS GOD
14/04/2007 18:37:00
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shuts real up for sure
MOYES IS GOD
14/04/2007 18:38:00
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aint mourinho set to be real manager after this season when he gets kicked out ronaldo will definitely be a target after this statment
MOYES IS GOD
14/04/2007 18:39:00
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he loves him so much he is the player who is stopping chelsea from winning the title
MOYES IS GOD
14/04/2007 18:40:00
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Merlin, you can't deny that some papers talk about his departure as a solid fact. Of course, these papers are the same that considered it a certainty that Ronaldo will be prised away...
midlothian99
15/04/2007 00:09:00
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Glad to, Real Madrids too arrogant and people look down on the premiership as an easy league.
Gunners
15/04/2007 00:09:00
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Gunners: That's down to two things. It's overhyped by the media but too often English fans don't give it enough credit, simply because they tend to judge other leagues about the few outstanding games they get to watch. Both things have a bad effect on the Premiership's image though they are obviously different in their nature.
midlothian99
15/04/2007 00:16:00
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the prem league is the BEST in the world
MOYES IS GOD
16/04/2007 12:50:00
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