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Ronaldo Doesn't Want To Rest

Ronaldo Doesn't Want To Rest

Cristiano Ronaldo wants to play as much as possible and begs not to be rested.

The Portuguese winger is on the way to produce a sensational, incredible season as he has already 22 goals to his name and it's only January! Tiredness may slow his march towards an amazing goalscoring record but he does not want to rested.

'This time last season the boss gave me a break for four or five days,' he told the Daily Mirror.

'But people who know me will know that all I want to do is play. I just want to play, score goals, make assists and do good things for the team.

'I'm enjoying staying here in Manchester. There isn't much sun at the moment, but it's not a problem. The weather is not the most important thing.

'I had a great season in 2007 and played really well. I scored a lot of goals, made a few goals and it was a wonderful season for me.

'But this season I'm at the same level. I've scored quite a few goals, played at a good level and the important thing is to keep going like that. I want to learn more and play more.


It's not true that he is at the same level: he is much better.

'I want to score as many goals as I can. I have many opportunities to score because my team-mates make good passes and because there are so many games, not just the Premier League but Champions League and FA Cup.'

Hopefully there will be.

Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday January 15 2008
Time: 10:16AM

Comments

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and with his ability i'd let him play whenever he wants too he's too good a player to bench unless he's feeling knackered himself
ozanne park rangers
15/01/2008 19:08:00
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Well! as he wish he got extra match in 21st in Saudi Arabia Vs my beloved Alhilal hopefully he will get a good knock there ! it is really useless match when you compete for EPL! but as an arsenal fan i would never complain ! they are going to get loads of care and good recption of your players! but no where near their Xmas party lol
Gooner SA
15/01/2008 19:56:00
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sooner or later he must rest, he's been playing for two years now without a proper rest
Vidicinho
15/01/2008 20:21:00
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he is a footballer! surely a week is long enough to rest between games - and he is one of the best examples of a footballer, skillfull, always wanting to play - and always wanting to give the ref every bit of help he can. great player!!!
pompeycarpet
15/01/2008 22:30:00
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No proper rest V what did he have in the summer there werent no major tournaments.
rooneyisgod
16/01/2008 11:43:00
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ronaldo needs to be rested as it wont do him good playting all the time but with tough fixtures coming up its hard to see when there going to leave him out .
Jakk-United-2007
17/01/2008 12:46:00
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