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not for saleMaanantai 29.01.2007 10:37

Sir Alex Ferguson has slapped a 'not for sale' notice on Cristiano Ronaldo.

Reports in Spain suggest Real Madrid are preparing a massive £35million offer for the 21-year-old, who expressed a desire to join the club during last summer's World Cup.

Earlier this week, Ferguson's assistant Carlos Queiroz suggested United were ready to open contract negotiations with Ronaldo, even though the Portugal international's present deal does not expire until 2010.

Ferguson joked he would be 'in a wheelchair' by that time, although he was deadly serious when he stated Real have no chance of getting their man.

"We sell players we want to sell and there is absolutely no way Cristiano Ronaldo is leaving," he said.

"The boy has done fantastically well. He is developing as a professional, as a person and as a player.

"He is happy here. He has a contract until 2010 and we are not interested in even thinking about selling him."

tos teille fresh uutisii! :DD Keskiviikko 24.01.2007 23:24

Manchester United assistant coach Carlos Queiroz has shrugged off reported interest from Real Madrid about star winger Cristiano Ronaldo, insisting the player is going nowhere.

Reports in the Spanish press on Wednesday suggest Ronaldo will be the big summer target for Madrid, who were also heavily linked to the Portuguese international last year.

However, Queiroz, who was manager at Madrid in 2003, is adamant the 21-year-old is not for sale.

"No (to a possible transfer). In addition to that, we are speaking with him about renewing his contract," Queiroz said in Marca.

Ronaldo's current contract ties him to Old Trafford until 2010.

"The club have a clear policy. It is not necessary that a player has to finish his contract before we think about renewing it," Queiroz added.

"(Ryan) Giggs has been with us for 14 years and he has renewed his contract many times.

"This club do not need the agents to recognise the work of the players.

"We anticipate things ourselves and that is what we are going to do with Cristiano."

Speculation about a possible Madrid swoop for Ronaldo hit fever pitch during last summer's World Cup.

Ronaldo twice declared he wanted to quit Old Trafford for Spain, the second time coming in the wake of his antics in the World Cup quarter-final against England, where he appeared to be involved in getting United club-mate Wayne Rooney sent off.

However, Ronaldo ended up staying in Manchester and has been a revelation this season, scoring 13 goals already to help United go clear at the top of the Premiership.

And Queiroz believes it is the way of the sport that rival teams such as Madrid will be linked to the player, who was a £12.24million signing from Sporting Lisbon in August 2003.

"It is natural that the media talk about Cristiano Ronaldo with Real Madrid. He is a great player and Madrid are a great club, but it is just speculation. They are fantasises," said Queiroz.

"The football that he is playing in Manchester is an example that he is happy here and he has his head at United. He has talent and is the best in the world.

"He is always the first to arrive at training and the last to go.

"Many times when the session has finished, we shower, eat and then we look at the pitch and he is still training," said Queiroz about his fellow Portuguese.

"He is a player who has a divine gift. He was born to be the best in the world."


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kovia tavotteita crMaanantai 22.01.2007 12:50

Cristiano Ronaldo has set his sights on becoming the first player to win three straight Barclays Premiership player of the month awards.

Ronaldo joined an elite club containing just Robbie Fowler and Dennis Bergkamp when he collected back-to-back awards for his performances in November and December.

And now the 21-year-old wants to rewrite the Premiership record books by stringing together another set of dazzling performances in January.

"To be player of the month three times in a row? I work for it, because that means I'm helping the team and that's my ultimate goal," Ronaldo told the Manchester Evening News.

"Who knows, it might happen again. Anything is possible.

"I feel quite happy to have won the two awards. What makes it better is knowing that only a couple of players have succeeded in doing that.

"That gives me enough motivation to go on working and keeps my spirits high.

"United are in a good situation. We want to keep this way and not start thinking about Chelsea, only on what we have to do. I believe this year we are going to be champions."

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Ronaldo wants to win Fergie betTorstai 18.01.2007 15:37

CRISTIANO RONALDO has expressed a determination to rid Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson of some hard-earned cash.

While many would question the wisdom of such a move, given the often abrasive nature of the Scottish boss, Old Trafford's rising star remains keen to win a personal bet.

He was set a 15-goal target for the season - which Ferguson now mischievously claims he knows nothing about - and is only two away with 15 games left after scoring against Aston Villa.

Ronaldo, player of the month in December and November, said: "To beat the manager is my ambition and I want to score more goals.

"I felt very honoured by the award. It's given me the motivation to achieve more."

Cr ei maksanut verojaanMaanantai 15.01.2007 13:47

miljonääri cr ei oo maksanu 3000€ laskua vaikka tienaa viikossa 75000€. ja nyt häntä on haastettu oikeuteen. tässä on varmaan vaan vahinko koska cr ei vielä tiedä miten asiat hoituvat kunnolla siinä maassa ja hän antaa yleensä oman verovirkailijan hoitaa veroasiat.
Michael Carrick celebrated his first goal for Manchester United as Sir Alex Ferguson's side cemented their place at the top of the table.

The £18million buy from Tottenham Hotspur may have taken time to open his account but the midfielder is certainly not fazed by the big stage.

Old Trafford hosted a record crowd of 76,073 as United continued to put the squeeze on Chelsea.

However, Aston Villa helped them with some poor defending and have now failed to win in 12 games.

---United winger Cristiano Ronaldo was presented with his Barclays Player of the Month award before kick-off and marked the occasion by taking his tally to 13 goals, with Park Ji-Sung also on target.----

United ran the show from the off and Henrik Larsson almost made the breakthrough in the fourth minute after being set up by Gary Neville.

The on-loan striker peeled away from his marker to power in a header that was superbly tipped away by Thomas Sorensen.

United took the lead in the 11th minute after Gary Cahill’s miskick six yards out.

Park was first to react and found the corner with his effort for his first goal of the season.

United made in 2-0 two minutes later with Carrick finally showing his scoring prowess, taking a ball from Park in his stride and hitting a half-volley that went under Sorensen’s body.

There was a scare for United in the 26th minute when Gabriel Agbonlahor sprung the offside trap and homed in on goal, but Edwin van der Sar stood tall to make a good block and preserve United’s two-goal advantage.

United went 3-0 ahead in the 34th minute after Park won possession off Gavin McCann.

The South Korea midfielder found Carrick and his cross was headed home at the far post by Ronaldo.

Villa boss Martin O’Neill was left shaking his head in disbelief at a series of errors.

United were controlling the midfield and Paul Scholes released Carrick in the 43rd minute but he lofted his effort high over the bar.

A minute later Wayne Rooney should have extended their lead after good work by Ronaldo.

The England striker turned quickly on the edge of the area only to drag his effort wide of the post.

Villa reduced the deficit after 51 minutes when Agbonlahor scored from close range after a good run and cross from Milan Baros.

Rooney was putting in a hard shift with little reward and came close to finding the target after 63 minutes.

He carved out an opening for himself but Sorensen was equal to his effort from an acute angle.

United threw on an additional striker a minute later with Louis Saha replacing goalscorer Park.

The Frenchman, who has made a swift recovery from the groin injury he suffered at Newcastle United, was quickly into action and saw his goal-bound effort blocked on the line by Cahill as United stepped up the pressure.

Larsson came close to scoring in the 72nd minute when he got away from Liam Ridgewell on the edge of the area.

He rattled in a shot but Sorensen got down quickly to turn his effort away at the post.

A minute later Rooney was out of luck his curler from 20 yards coming back off the bar.

Larsson came off in the 79th minute and was replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who scored a late winner in the cup victory last weekend.

United failed to add to their first-half tally, but their victory keeps Chelsea at arm's length.

Ronaldo kuukauden pelaaja Perjantai 12.01.2007 12:04

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----Manchester United midfielder Cristiano Ronaldo has been named the Barclays Player of the Month for December, with Bolton Wanderers boss Sam Allardyce claiming the Barclays Manager of the Month honour.

The Portugal international becomes the first player in almost 10 years to claim the award for a second month in a row after a fruitful end to 2006 which saw the 21-year-old score seven goals in just six Barclays Premiership appearances.

Ronaldo grabbed the goalscoring limelight with the third in United's 3-1 victory against neighbours Manchester City, two more in the 3-0 win at Aston Villa, and further braces in the home successes against Wigan Athletic (3-1) and Reading (3-2).

The gifted winger's magnificent seven took his tally for the season in the league to 12, where he now sits just a solitary goal behind Chelsea's Didier Drogba in the race for the Barclays Premiership Golden Boot.

He also becomes only the third player in Premier League history to win consecutive awards, and the first in almost a decade since Dennis Bergkamp picked up successive gongs in August and September 1997.

Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler was the only other player to achieve this feat in December 1995 and January 1996.

Jim Hytner, from the Barclays Awards Panel, said: “Ronaldo continued his fine form from November and said goodbye to 2006 in fantastic style.

"His pace, quick feet and eye for goal are proving to be a real handful for defences at the moment, as his return of seven goals from six games in December illustrates.”

Bolton boss Allardyce scooped the Barclays Manager of the Month Award for December following a five-game winning sequence which saw the Trotters cement their position in the top six of the Barclays Premiership.

Following a 1-0 away loss to Reading at the beginning of the month, Allardyce's side defeated West Ham United 4-0 at the Reebok Stadium and recorded a 1-0 victory at Aston Villa.

The back-to-back triumphs were followed by further wins against Manchester City (2-0) and Newcastle United (2-1) before they rounded off 2006 by defeating Portsmouth 3-2 at home.

Having managed the Trotters since 1999, this is the fourth time Allardyce has won the Manager of the Month Award. He previously won the accolade in August 2001, November 2003 and January 2004.

Hytner added: “Allardyce's award recognises the commitment and strength shown by Bolton during the current season.

"Their impressive form at the end of the year, which saw them score 10 goals in December, suggests that they will continue to impress in 2007.”

Both winners were selected by the Barclays Awards Panel, which includes representatives from football's governing bodies, the media and fans.----

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Cristiano newsTorstai 11.01.2007 12:46

----It was this trickery in one memorable display for Sporting Lisbon, in a pre season friendly against United, that led Sir Alex to sign the talented Madeiran for £12.24m in August 2003.

Upon his arrival he wasted little time in showing off his sublime skills. A stunning 30-minute cameo against Bolton at Old Trafford gave indication of what was to follow in a stunning first season.

After making 39 appearances and scoring 8 goals – including the opener in United’s FA Cup final victory over Millwall – he was named the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year for 2003/04.

Despite impressing at Euro 2004 with Portugal, losing in the final to Greece, his second season never quite lived up to his first. But after rediscovering his form in the latter half of 2004/05, he ended the season with 50 appearances and 9 goals.

In 2005/06 Ronaldo again reserved his best form for the latter half of the campaign. He scored United’s goal of the season at Portsmouth, netted one of the Reds' four in the Carling Cup final and registered 12 goals in 47 games.

Ronaldo is steadily improving and at 21 is seen by Sir Alex as key to United’s future success. ----

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Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro newsKeskiviikko 10.01.2007 13:53

Tästä päivästä lähtien mä alan päivittää kaikkii uutisia cristiano ronaldosta tänne,koska tääl käy muutenki sikana jengii joten lukekaa rauhas päivittäiset uutiset!

ja niille jotka ei tiedä ketä tämä henkilö on niin tässä vähän profiilia:

Full Name : Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro
Date of Birth : 5th of February 1985 (Monday)
Place of Birth : Funchal (Madeira island, Portugal)
Nationality : Portuguese
Height : 184cm
Weight : 75kg
Current Club: Manchester United
Previous Clubs: Sporting Lisbon
Mother's Name : Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro
Father's Name :Jose Diniz Aveiro
Brothers : Hugo Aveiro
Sisters : Elma Aveiro and Katia Aveiro

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----Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neil said that Cristiano Ronaldo is worth £50 million.

"They bought him for £12m three years ago and everyone thought after three or four weeks it was a waste of money," O'Neill said. "He's anything but that now - if you quadrupled that now, you might get close to what he's worth."

"He was absolutely terrific against us," admits O'Neill. "He was picking the ball and running 40, 50, 60 yards and always in control of it.

"He can stop it dead in a flash and then take off again very quickly and he's got blistering pace. He really is a top-quality player." ----

Rembember tha name martinsSunnuntai 03.12.2006 21:13

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