Thursday, July 31, 2008
Real Madrid have finally given up their hopes of signing Cristiano Ronaldo.

"We are not going to start a conflict," Real Madrid President Ramon Calderon said.

"You can't buy what the owner doesn't want to sell. We have not interfered with United's contract agreement with Cristiano Ronaldo. We're sorry that United – a club with which we have an excellent relationship – is annoyed with us because Real Madrid have nothing to do with that aspect.

"I want to clear this up with him and assure him we are not going to influence any player to break a contractual relationship. We are not going to start a conflict. If a club doesn't want to sell a player, why would we insist that they do sell him?"

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Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Sir Alex Ferguson has blasted Real Madrid for constantly talking up Cristiano Ronaldo in the Press.

"You get used to Real Madrid's performance in these things," said the United manager. "I read last night that Calderon's talking, Schuster's talking, and they use this market as a vehicle to unsettle players.

"It doesn't matter which player it is, the ones you want to keep you have work hard at to keep. In the modern day that's a fact. So that's not lost on Manchester United. And it's not lost on Real Madrid either. They have to try and keep their best players and we have to try and keep ours."

Meanwhile, an official statement has appeared on Manchester United's official site warning Real Madrid that the club will have 'no alternative' but to report Real to FIFA if they do not stop trying to publicly court him!

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Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Cristiano Ronaldo had been all over the turf on the pitch, and felt every possible emotion in that 120 minutes - touching rock bottom when he missed his penalty - but we know exactly where he'll be next season - at Old Trafford.

After the game, Ronaldo was struggling to find words to fit the emotions. "I don't know what to say. In my opinion I played well in the game, scored a goal, and then missed the penalty. It would have been the worst day of my life," said Ronaldo.

"Penalties are a lottery. We deserved to win as we played better in the whole game. It means everything to me, we have won both trophies, it is the best day in my life. I am going to stay [at the club]."

"I have played with these lads for five years and to win the Premier League and the Champions League is a great achievement.

"It is big for the club and the players. It is a young team and we have the chance to win the Premier League and Champions League again next year."

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Monday, July 28, 2008
Cristiano Ronaldo will not be heading to Real Madrid this Summer!

Thats according to Real Manager Berndt Schuster - "I would like to have a lot of players," said Schuster. "But I don't think it is possible that Cristiano Ronaldo will be with us."

Thats according to Cristiano Ronaldo too - "I feel very good at the club. I want to carry on like that. I have many friends here in the club. I am five years in the club and I know everyone now - the staff, the players, and I feel like this is my home."

Ronaldo gave an interview to the News of the World yesterday, and firmly denied suggestions which have surfaced in the Spanish media that he will quit United because they have failed to honour a pledge to give him a lucrative new contract.

Ronaldo said: "I am enjoying being here in the Premier League at the moment. It is the best football in the world and I am enjoying the time when I play here. It is fantastic to play in the Premier league.

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Friday, July 25, 2008
Cristiano Ronaldo has won yet more Awards - having kept his Football Writers Award from last year, and the Fans Player of the Season and Players Player of the Season Awards, Ronny has added the Barclaycard Player of the Season Trophy to his cabinet, as well as the Golden Boot for most goals in the Premiership!

Meanwhile, Ronaldo has been realistic about Manchester United's chances on Wednesday.

Ronaldo said: "I have been totally surprised by how many goals I have scored as I am not even a centre forward. But to be the best in the world I have to win titles like the Champions League and the Premier League.

"I am a winner and I have a dream that we will win the Double this season. It would be madness if we did but why is it not possible now?

Ronaldo has already played a demanding 48 games this season for his club and will be starring for Portugal in the summer's European Championships.

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Thursday, July 24, 2008
Cristiano Ronaldo has been named in the Portuguese 2008 squad (as if its a surprise!)

Portugal coach Luiz 'Big Phil' Scolari chose Ronaldo to be his side's star-man, with many in Portugal believing that the hopes of the nation rest on his shoulders alone.

Scolari wants Cristiano to replicate his brilliant club form.

"There is no doubt that Ronaldo is in great form but I cannot guarantee he will be in the same form as he's been at Manchester United," said Scolari.

Ronaldo and Manchester United team-mate Nani were included in the 23-man party for the tournament, starting on 7 June.

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Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Ronaldo : We Deserved To Win
Cristiano Ronaldo managed to find his way to the Sky cameras on the pitch as Manchester United fought their way to victory in the Premier League!

Having notched up 41 goals, and 87 points for United, Ronaldo had no doubt in his mind that United were worthy champions!

“The pressure was high, but we believed in ourselves and we deserved to win the title, definitely,” he said. “This was a team effort and I think we deserved it because we are the best team in the Premier League.” “I was confident because I felt that if I scored we would win the match. I am very happy to help my team.”

The celebrations didn't end there for Ronaldo - straight after the match it was back to Old Trafford for the Annual Awards - with Cristiano retained both the fans' and players' player of the year awards, whilst also winning the goal of the season award for his free-kick at home to Portsmouth in January which swerved and dipped to leave goalkeeper David James flat-footed.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Cristiano Ronaldo has hit back at his critics, and insists that he will take the next penalty - and score!

Ronaldo said: "Next time I get a penalty, I will try and put things right. I am not scared. I am always confident. I have 38 goals this season. It is not a problem if I miss one or two. I try to do my best in every game.

"Since I have been in Manchester I have scored 15 or 16 penalties, I think, and missed two. No-one has said anything to me because I always try to score, to play well."

The contentious incident occurred in the 30th minute when Ronaldo was bundled over by Rafael Marquez but Swiss referee Massimo Busacca did not give the foul.The Portugal winger was left frustrated and chided the official for his overall performance.

He said: "While you have to respect the decision of the referee, he did not make the best decisions. Too many decisions went to Barcelona, he gave us nothing."

Ronaldo is convinced United will carry more of an attacking threat at Old Trafford.

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Friday, July 18, 2008
Cristiano Ronaldo will not be sold to Real Madrid - even if they come knocking on Sir Alex Ferguson's door with £90m ina big brown envelope!

So says United Assistant Manager, Carlos Queiroz, who spoke with Spanish newspaper Marca over the weekend. Fresh from revealing that Calros chased Cristiano when he was the manager of Real Madrid (but failed), Carlos says there is no price at which United will sell Ronny.

"We would not sell him for 120million euros," Queiroz said. "You can offer all the money in the world, but there is no amount that can buy him."

With United set to do the double, the Daily Mail says Sir Alex Ferguson and Carlos Queiroz are keen to make sure that Cristiano Ronaldo sees the other challenges that they can offer him at Manchester United.

Ferguson's tactic with his winning teams has always been to challenge the players to repeat their success, but it might not be that easy with Ronaldo. After all, what do you give the player who has everything?

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Thursday, July 17, 2008
According to the News of the World, the less-than-classy UK tabloid, Cristiano Ronaldo has a new girlfriend!

Before the tears start to flow (again) on all his prospective girlfriends faces, we should remember that Cristiano has struggled to sustain his relationships for too long - Gemma Atkinson was over in a few months, and Merche Romero lasted even less than that - there is still hope!

Apparently, Ronny's new love is Nereida Gallardo - a Spanish model. Cristiano has been dating Nereida, 24, since January after they met in a nightclub in Majorca, and took the model to meet his family for dinner at a restaurant near his £4m Cheshire mansion on Sunday.

'Ronnie regularly flies her in [from Majorca] to watch him play and when he scores, he always blows her a kiss,'

'She's totally smitten. She has already met his family and close friends. It looks serious.'

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Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Ronaldo wants to remain at Old Trafford, says his sister
The saga of Cristiano Ronaldo's future took a fresh twist last night when the winger's sister claimed that he wants to stay at Manchester United despite interest from Real Madrid.

Ronaldo said last month that he was keen to leave Old Trafford and move to the Spanish club, provided they paid him and United the figures they were privately talking about, but the 23-year-old has since gone back on a promise to release a public statement on his future.

"Cristiano wants to keep playing at Manchester United," Ronaldo's sister, Elma Aveiro, told the Sun. "Real Madrid keep making very strong advances for him. There is a lot of speculation in the newspapers all the time about where he will go and what he is doing but we know who he really is and what he is really up to. He wants to stay at United."

If true, that would be a welcome boost for United, whose manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, is determined to hold on to a player who was a major factor in the club winning the Premier League and Champions League last season.

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Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Ronaldo's Man U-Madrid impasse could lead to long future on sidelines

LONDON — Resting his injured ankle, Cristiano Ronaldo has plenty of time to think about his immediate future.

He could stay with Manchester United, where he is almost certain to get a hostile reaction from the fans who are angry that he has repeatedly said he wants to leave the club. Or he could push ahead with his plan to go to Real Madrid, a dream move, he says, where he will be welcomed by the club's owners, fans and teammates as potentially the world's best footballer.

Simple choice, surely?

Last season, Ronaldo's 42 goals helped United win its second Premier League title in a row and Europe's biggest prize, the Champions League. So he can argue that he's paid his dues at Old Trafford and should have the right to move somewhere else.

United could offer him for sale for what would almost certainly be a world record transfer fee of something like 60 million British pounds (C$119 million). The English champions could use the cash to buy new young talent in the same way it bought Ronaldo as an untried 17-year-old midfielder from Sporting Lisbon six years ago.

Behind what looks like a straightforward piece of football business, however, lurk some murky issues and it could work out badly for Ronaldo, United and Madrid.

Ronaldo has almost four years left on his contract and United is refusing to sell.

The Red Devils are furious that, having stood by him after he returned from the 2006 World Cup a hated figure over his contribution to Wayne Rooney's red card against Portugal, he is about to walk out on them.

During the Portugal-England World Cup quarter-final match, Ronaldo pushed his United teammate in reaction to Rooney's foul on Ricardo Carvalho. He then winked at his own bench after the England striker had been ejected.

Jeered by rival fans wherever United played the following season, he was quickly forgiven by the United supporters who turned him into one of their favourites.

United manager Sir Alex Ferguson also backed Ronaldo. The veteran manager, who has been in charge at Old Trafford since 1986, described the Portugal winger as one of the bravest players he had seen because he would continually run at defenders, get chopped down, and then get up and run at them again. Ferguson moaned that Ronaldo got little protection from referees and was wrongly accused of diving to get free kicks.

But that was before Ronaldo said he wanted to leave.

If Ronaldo moves to Real Madrid, he will be playing for one of United's biggest rivals in the Champions League, and Ferguson's opinion of the player is likely to change. Remember how the United manager fell out with David Beckham after his outside business interests started to overshadow his form for United?

Then there's the thorny issue of loyalty to his contract.

If Ronaldo was happy to sign a five-year deal little more than a year ago, why does he now want to leave? Is it because Madrid is offering him something better, does he want more money from United or may the truth be that winning the Champions League and being lauded as the best player on the planet have gone to his head?

Last week, Ronaldo did himself few favours when he agreed with FIFA president Sepp Blatter that clubs who refused to sell players were guilty of "modern slavery" even though many are happy to sign long term contracts earning them up to 130,000 British pounds (C$257,000) a week.

The critics in the British media turned on Ronaldo, calling him greedy, vain and deluded. So he will have few friends in English football if he stays at United.

Right now he is in Lisbon recovering from surgery to repair his damaged ankle, which is expected to keep him sidelined until October. Ronaldo is in the care of Portuguese national team physiotherapist Antonio Gaspar, and United's medical team are due to assess his recovery in three weeks.

Soon after that, the transfer window closes and Ronaldo may have to stay at Old Trafford until January at least, when it reopens.

If United sticks to its no-sale stance, Ronaldo is obliged to stay and see out his contract, albeit reluctantly.

He should be fit by the beginning of October but could then spend a long time sitting on Ferguson's bench - a star who doesn't want to play for United and a manager who won't want to put him on the team.

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Friday, July 11, 2008
Ronaldo Love Story
The rumours of a love affair between Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu and Manchester United footballer Christiano Ronaldo have resurfaced.

Bipasha Basu has invited the dashing European stud to a lavish premiere of her forthcoming sports flick Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal. This report was confirmed by the film’s director Vivek Aghnihotri, who also stated that the premiere will take place in London and will be not open to the public.

Earlier this year Bipasha and Ronaldo were seend kissing and cuddling each other at a top European nightclub, igniting rumours that she was seeing the winger. She denied the story, and has since been seen out and about with long term boyfriend John Abraham.

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Thursday, July 10, 2008
2006 FIFA World Cup
Ronaldo was booed by French and English fans during Portugal's semi-final defeat against France, and missed out on the tournament's Best Young Player award, due to an e-mail campaign against him by England fans.The online vote only affected the nomination process, FIFA Technical Study Group awarded the honours to Germany national football team Germany's Lukas Podolski, citing Ronaldo's behaviour as a factor.

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Wednesday, July 2, 2008
International career
Ronaldo made his full international debut in August 2003, coming on in the second half of a 1-0 victory against Kazakhstan. Ronaldo scored Portugal's only goal in their 2-1 loss to Greece in the opening match of Euro 2004 and the first goal of the semi final against the Netherlands, which Portugal won 2-1. The final saw a rematch of the opening game of the tournament, with Greece once again emerging victorious. Even though Ronaldo could not add to his two goals, his performances at the tournament earned him a place in the team of the tournament.Ronaldo subsequently represented Portugal at the 2004 Summer Olympics, and was the second highest scorer in FIFA World Cup qualification in the European zone with 7 goals

Ronaldo scored his first World Cup goal against Iran with a penalty kick.[54] In the Round of 16, he left Portugal's 1-0 win over Netherlands injured after a high tackle by Khalid Boulahrouz.

Ronaldo was named the national team captain for the first time in a friendly match against Brazil on February 6, 2007, a day after his 22nd birthday. This move was in honour of the Portuguese Football Federation president, Carlos Silva, who had died two days before.

Ronaldo scored a total of 8 goals in Portugal's UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying campaign.On June 11, 2008, he scored the second goal for Portugal and provided an assist for the third goal scored by Ricardo Quaresma against the Czech Republic in Geneva, during the Group stages of UEFA Euro 2008 which ensured Portugal's qualification into the quarter finals of the competition. [58] And in the 1/8 final against Germany, he performed well and created an assist for Nuno Gomes, but failed to save his team from being knocked out by Germany.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Sporting Clubs :-Manchester United, Sporting Clube de Portugal, Real Madrid
Sporting Clube de Portugal

Ronaldo joined Sporting's other youth players who trained at the Alcochete, the club's "football factory," where he received first-class instruction. In his first few months in Lisbon, he had to defend himself from the rest of the local players as they had taunted him over his Madeiran accent. A growth spurt had also obstructed his progress at the club. However, Ronaldo eventually went on to become the only player in Sporting’s history to play for the Under-16, Under-17, Under-18, B team and first-team within a season.Sporting realised that Ronaldo needed more support and arranged for his mother to join him. He scored two goals on his Sporting debut against Moreirense. He also featured for Portugal in the UEFA Under 17 Championships.

Manchester United

Ferguson decided that he wanted Ronaldo for his team, who were in the market for a right-sided midfielder with the departure of David Beckham to Real Madrid; Ronaldo was signed for a fee of £12.24 million,becoming the club's first ever Portuguese player. Ronaldo was handed the number 7 shirt on his arrival, a shirt number that has belonged to some of the greatest Manchester United legends, such as George Best, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona and David Beckham.

Ronaldo made his debut for Manchester United as a 60th minute substitute against Bolton Wanderers at Old Trafford, a 4-0 Manchester United win. On 29 October 2005, Ronaldo scored Manchester United's 1000th Premier League goal, in a 4-1 loss at the hands of Middlesbrough. He bagged a double double in February, with two goals at home to Fulham and another pair at Fratton Park, and also scored in the following Premier League game against Wigan taking his tally to 8 Premier League goals. On 26 February 2006, Ronaldo played in the Carling Cup Final against Wigan in the Millennium Stadium at Cardiff, and scored a goal - taking his season's tally to 10 goals. He was named FIFPro Special Young Player of the Year 2005.He received the same accolade the following year in 2006.He won the Barclays Player of the Month for November 2006. In December, he was awarded the Barclays Player of the Month Award for the second successive month.

Ronaldo scored his first hat trick for Manchester United, in the 6-0 win against Newcastle United at Old Trafford on 12 January 2008, bringing Manchester United up to the top of English Premier League table. He scored with a free kick in the 49th minute and went on to score twice more in the 70th and 88th minutes of the matchOn March 19, 2008, Ronaldo eclipsed George Best's 40-year-old United record of the most goals scored by a midfielder in one season.[42] Best had scored 32 times in the 1967-68 season. In a Premier League match against Bolton Wanderers at Old Trafford, Ronaldo was captain for Manchester United for the first time in his career in England; while donning the captain's arm band, Ronaldo scored both goals in a 2-0 win for United.[43] On April 9, 2008, it was reported that Real Madrid have decided to offer Manchester United a world-record £100million for Cristiano Ronaldo, a fee which was later turned down by the club.

Ronaldo won the 2007-2008 European Golden Shoe, the award for the European top goal scorer, with an 8-point lead ahead of second-placed Dani Güiza. He is the first winger to receive this award.

Real Madrid

On June 5, 2008, Ronaldo declared his desire to move to Real Madrid if they still offered the same amount of money as stated earlier in the year. He also said he will speak more of the situation but not until after Euro 2008.On June 9, 2008, Manchester United filed an official complaint with FIFA over Real Madrid's interest in signing Ronaldo, which FIFA decided to take no action over. On June 21, 2008, Ronaldo spoke for the first time during Euro 2008 about his desire to move to Real Madrid. He also claimed that it is his personal dream to be the best player in the world, and he feels that a move to Real Madrid is a step forward.

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