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Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro

sinäTorstai 15.02.2007 13:28

Sinä, joka luet tätä, kuvaile minua yhdellä sanalla.
Siis vain yhdellä ( ! )

Olit sitten kuka tahansa, laita kommenttia, jos eksyt päiväkirjaani lukemaan.
Hugo Viana, of former Newcastle fame, says his Portugal team-mate (Oh God, Hugo Viana can get in their squad and they've knocked us out of the last two tournaments) Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted he wants to leave Old Trafford for Barcelona or Real Madrid.

"He won't be at United for much longer. It's complicated for them to keep him now," said the frankly rubbish player.

"Ronaldo has worked hard and, within a little time, he will be with another team more important than United."

lähde: football365

Carlos Queiroz puhuu cr siirto huhuistaKeskiviikko 14.02.2007 21:44

Manchester United assistant coach Carlos Queiroz reckons that Cristiano Ronaldo would be making a big mistake if he were to leave Old Trafford.

Ronaldo has been linked with a move to Spain in recent weeks after making several comments hinting at a transfer.

However Queiroz believes that one of the best players in Europe should stay with the Red Devils and become an icon at the club that he believes is ideal for Ronaldo.

"Very soon he could become the symbol of Manchester United," Queiroz said. "The ideal club for him is Manchester United.

"There is no reason for him to leave the club because he knows that United is the best club in the world.

"At this time, no club in the world has someone playing so consistently or at the level at which Cristiano Ronaldo is in every game.

"It is not just lip-service to call him one of the best in the world and the individual awards will start to arrive shortly."

Queiroz says that these claims are more than an attempt to keep hold of the winger, as the assistant boss himself knows all too well the politics involved in Spanish football.

Having spent a ten-month spell at the helm of Real Madrid during the 2003/4 season, Queiroz has warned Ronaldo that life at Real is not as cushy as the prestige that surrounds the club makes it sound.

"I have been at Real Madrid and I know the reality of the club," he continued. "Cristiano is part of the United family and if he stays he will become a symbol of the whole club.

"This is the best Manchester United in recent years and we are where we want to be, a step from becoming champions."

Portuguese compatriot Luis Figo has also commented on Ronaldo's future insisting that the youngster has the ability to win "every title", but only if he picks the right club.

"Cristiano Ronaldo is the Portuguese player with the best future in the European market," Figo stated.

"He could go very far, but he will have to pay attention to the club he chooses to play for.

"In individual terms I think Cristiano could win every title going because he has the quality to do so. But equally I think it depends on the club where he is at to live up to his standards."

lähde: itv sports

lisää fudist, cr siirto huhuistaTiistai 13.02.2007 16:27

Portuguese winger Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed he has told his agent Jorge Mendes that he is keen to stay at Manchester United. But at the same time, he thinks he is attracted to football in Spain.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who is being persistently linked with Barcelona and Real Madrid, said: "I've got a contract with United (until 2010). If they speak to anyone it's my agent, not me. I told my agent I'm happy here and want to continue."

But Ronaldo also admitted that the kind of football played in Spain, is attracting him: "It's a kind of football in Spain that attracts me, but at the moment, I don't want to leave here (Old Trafford). I've been here for a while and every year I try to get better and better. I've had to adapt to the culture, the football, the life and I think I've adapted well. It's more or less what I expected to happen. I'm enjoying my career here. We've got a good lead in the Premiership and the chances of winning the league this year are great. Chelsea are a great team, but we're on the right path. We're playing good football, we've been the consistent team and if things continue that way we can win the championship. My dream of winning the league is very much alive," he declared.

fergusonin mietteitäLauantai 10.02.2007 15:31

Sir Alex Ferguson has played down speculation claiming Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Manchester United

"The boy's happy here. Everything's fine, there are no issues," said Ferguson.

"Speculation is always rife. I think in modern day football you have to accept it.

"I pick up the paper sometimes and read the players I'm going to buy. I say 'Well that's an interesting one, I've never thought of him'. So you're doing my scouting now.

"It's speculation, you're going to get that. It doesn't bother me. It's always an attraction in a better climate, obviously. It's always going to be that way.

"When you think about it what you can get at Manchester United, every week 76,000 people, you're not going to get that anywhere.

"I know that Real Madrid, Barcelona and Milan when they've got big games they can fill the place without question. They don't fill them every week.

"Old Trafford is full every week which is fantastic. He knows he's at a good football club."
Cristiano Ronaldo was a proud man after captaining Portugal for the first time in Tuesday's friendly win over Brazil at the Emirates Stadium in London.

"It was very good for me (to be captain), but the responsibility is always the same," Ronaldo told reporters after the game.

"My goal in the team is to always play well and to help with my best form."

"This win is special because we beat Brazil, but there are two important games coming and these are the ones that count," Ronaldo added.

It was a first defeat as coach for Brazil's Dunga, who took over the national team after the World Cup and has taken charge of six friendlies.

With the Copa America coming up in June, Dunga wants his team to learn from Tuesdy's result.

"The team needs more movement, to keep the ball more and create more chances," he said.

"We have some weak points that have already appeared, so there is a lot left to improve."

Dunga added that he had "70%" of his squad in mind for the Copa America, but warned that nobody was guaranteed a starting place.

"It depends on the performances of the players on the day, how they behave, how they are physically," he said. "Nobody can relax."

CR captainKeskiviikko 07.02.2007 15:38

LISBON - Manchester United's Portuguese winger Cristiano Ronaldo has what it takes to shortly become a captain of Portugal's national team, Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has said.

"I think during my time in Portugal he will become one of the captains of our team because he has the charisma for it, he has potential," he told a news conference to announce his 20-man squad for a Euro 2008 qualifier.

"He is young but he is learning very quickly how to lead a group," added Scolari, who is under contract with Portugal until 2008.

The Brazilian coach said Ronaldo's promotion to captain as well as the recovery from a lengthy injury of Deportivo Coruna's Portuguese defender Jorge Andrade would help make up for the retirement earlier this year of playmakers Luis Figo and Pauleta from international football.

Ronaldo, 21, has made 42 appearances for Portugal since he made his debut for the squad on August 20, 2003 against Kazakhstan. He has scored 14 times.

Scolari named both Ronaldo and Andrade in his 20-man squad which will face Kazakhstan in a Euro 2008 group A qualifier at home on November 15. Benfica striker Nuno Gomes was designated the captain of the squad for that match.

--- portugal-brazil----

CR ennen matsia:

"It's always gratifying to face a team like Brazil, but if you ask me whether I'd prefer to win this match or the ones against Serbia and Belgium in March, then I've got no doubts whatsoever. For Portugal the Euro qualifiers are more important than any friendly as there's a Cup at the end of a long struggle," reasoned the birthday boy. "It's great to win, and I always play to win, and I know the folks back home want us to beat Brazil, but when it comes down to the crunch then the key is the Euro 2008. We came close in 2004 and now want to win with a passion," he explained to Sportugal.
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said Cristiano Ronaldo would enjoy a big boost in his career if he joined European champions Barcelona.

"Barcelona would hugely enjoy having Cristiano in their team because he would complement Ronaldinho perfectly," the Brazilian was quoted as saying by The Sun on Monday.

"For Cristiano, the Barcelona climate would be important, most days are sunny and it's hardly ever cold like England.

"Cristiano needs to move somewhere where the team is an integral part of the club, not somewhere where the system is based on individual heroes or stars," he said.

"Moving to a club where there are four or five 'stars' who do their own thing is unworkable."

---happy birthday CR---