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Ronaldo Regrets Red Card

Ronaldo Regrets Red Card

Cristiano Ronaldo is regretting his controversial sending-off, saying he would like to play again.

Things went from bad to worse since the opening day's stalemate versus Reading. Rooney broke his foot, United drew at Pompey and lost at Citeh and Cristiano Ronaldo has been hit with a three-match ban for a red card at Fratton Park.

He appeared to aim a headbutt at a Portsmouth player which earned a straight red. He will miss the games against Spurs and Sunderland though he craves nothing more than being out on the field, trying to get United back on course after a disappointing start.

'I'm feeling sad not being able to play,' the Portuguese told the Daily Mirror.

'It is so frustrating, particularly when we are not able to win right now.

'But I'm optimistic and I have confidence in United, even though the beginning of the season is bad.

'But the situation will change soon and we will be positive.'




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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday August 22 2007
Time: 10:24AM

Comments

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HaHaHaHaHa now all we need is for the number 28 bus to run the fecking mug down and the rest of the country can sit back and smile at a job well done.
Dicksy
22/08/2007 10:30:00
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dicksy, why do you keep on posting on this site, ur the first one always. have you not better things to do mate?
united4life
22/08/2007 10:51:00
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arsenal news not interesting enough for ya, just all about your moaning manager and players and your poor excuse of a goalkeeper?
united4life
22/08/2007 10:52:00
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If I didn't put some posts on your crappy site it would be quieter than your prawn filled stadium. Oh and how dare you name me an Arsewipe. Chelsea Aggro, Chelsea Aggro, Ello, Ello
Dicksy
22/08/2007 12:02:00
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I for one is glad he won't be playing Sunday, we have a shout at a result
Topspur1
23/08/2007 01:43:00
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Always Ronaldo says I regret after a red card and the next time he does the same. He is a μαλάκισμένο παιδί
jordanthoidis
23/08/2007 15:36:00
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jordan, are you sure about it? Anyway, last time he was sent off was in a Manchester derby and that was deeply unfair so I don't know when he did anything like that before the Fratton Park incident.
midlothian99
23/08/2007 19:17:00
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If I didn't put some posts on your crappy site it would be quieter than your prawn filled stadium, its funny cos its true
Custard
25/08/2007 03:48:00
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Ha ha ha ha ha DIVER IS SUSPENDED. Gotta a chance of a win at Ot on Sunday.
Frisky
25/08/2007 16:25:00
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