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PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2015 10:55 am 
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Been blown out of proportion I didn't see anything malicious in it. In fact he said Mendez was probably the biggest agent in the world.

Only little dig he had was when he said everything is about knowing you're the best. In football it's goals scored in 100 metres it's time ran in and in football agency it's whose involved in the biggest transfer. I like to remind Mendez that it's me. (I'm paraphrasing can't remember exactly what it was but along those lines'

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And what about Bale’s relationship with Ronaldo? “They don’t go out eating every night together, but it’s fine. There’s no hatred there. Gareth is a quiet guy. They’re complete opposites. But I think Gareth can learn a little bit from Ronaldo as well, interacting maybe a little bit. But he wants his own life and he lives it. Gareth is a great footballer, he doesn’t want anything more. He has some very good endorsements but his whole life is to be the best footballer in the world. I don’t think he wants to be the best model in the world or the best underwear seller. That’s not him.”

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For Barnett, there are winners and losers, whether running on a track at school or working as an agent and being at the centre of the biggest football transfer in history. “I keep reminding Mendes of that Bale deal every time I see him. He ignores it. Absolutely ignores it,” Barnett says, smiling.

“I’m sure he’s looking for some way to break it. But it’s nice, the world record, I’m quite proud of it.”


Not sure if there were extended versions or other papers that reported what he said but this is from the Guardian who I believe had the exclusive interview.

This could be a case of Ronaldo reminding Bale who's the boss as he sometimes likes to do Bale's ambition is to be the best player in the world to do that he needs to be better than Ronaldo (and a few others) Ronaldo every now and then I think feels he needs to put Bale in his place and this is what this looks like to me.

I have to admit whenever I've seen Bale's agent give interviews I've always though he's a bit of a d*ckhead why does he even do these interviews? Ever seen Mendes give an interview? Barnett obviously likes the attention but if you can probably guess how agents measure their success it's not the size of the biggest deal they've done it's the size of the total commission at the end of the year.

You have a similar thing with Neymar at Barca he's number 2 to Messi but he obviously has ambitions to be number 1 at some point how long do you accept being number 2. To their credit Neymar & Bale I think have shown a pretty reasonable level of respect to the superstars at their respective clubs but there will be a time when they want to step out from the shadow and be the top dog. Can they do it at their current clubs or will they need to move on? You feel with Bale he's got a better shot as you can see Ronaldo leaving Madrid at some point in the next 2-3 years either for PSG or MLS but you just don't see Messi leaving Barca. This is why Utd have apparently made Neymar aware now that if he wants to be king of his own castle we'd be happy to welcome him to here.


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I dont think we should try to bring him back .. he will still cost lot of money and we are in middle of building a new young team ... he may prove to be a hindrance ..

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This isn't his home anyway

I think he feels more at home in Madrid than he ever did in Manchester he teases us every now and again but he won't come back.

His next move from Madrid will probably be to MLS in 3 or 4 years time he might swing by Lisbon on the way back as a final swan song although I think he was a Benfica fan growing up.


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I agree.

Fantastic player and yes bringing him back for one season at this level would be fantastic but he's in our past. We're building to the future with a new squad. Depay and Martial need game time not to be queuing up behind Ronaldo.

De Gea 24

Darmian 25
Smalling 25
Jones 23
Shaw 20

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Januzaj 20
Depay 21

Martial 19

This team could play together for 5-6 yrs without changing a single player. The players under 23 need to be playing week in week out if they're to reach their potential all bringing Ronaldo back would mean playing a way to suit him for a season him then leaving and us being back at square one.

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As a snapshot of what life must be like for Cristiano Ronaldo, there is one clip in the new film Ronaldo when his godson is being baptised and there is a small gathering around the font. The baby’s head has just been wet when the priest looks over to the tanned guy with the gelled hair and whips out a mobile phone. “Any chance of a quick selfie?” he wants to know.

Then there is the moment Portugal’s team are training at Estádio Moisés Lucarelli in São Paulo during the last World Cup and a sobbing girl breaks the cordon to run across the pitch in a desperate attempt to reach her hero. She is shaking, crying, close to hysteria and caught by one of the security guards. It is The Beatles at Shea Stadium all over again. Ronaldo hugs her and she looks as if she might pass out. “He knows I exist,” she wails, when a television reporter stops her a few moments later. What did he say? “He asked me to stay calm and stop crying.” And what did you say back? “I asked him to follow me on Twitter.”

It must be suffocating at times even if, for the most part, Ronaldo gives the impression that fame is his comfort blanket. The film is a remarkable vanity project and, even more than before, it is difficult not to come away with the feeling that Ronaldo must shout his own name during sex. He and his agent, Jorge Mendes, appear to have a relationship of mutual worship. Mendes, Ronaldo says, is “the best, the Cristiano Ronaldo of agents” and it is difficult to keep count of the number of times they get lost in each other’s eyes, reminding one another of their success and wealth and shiny brilliance.

Mendes – sharp black suit, Rolex, phone almost permanently to his ear – seems almost as hung up about Ronaldo winning the Ballon d’Or as CR7 himself. It is a 24-7, twitching obsession, on both their parts, given far more relevance throughout the film than Real Madrid’s Décima or anything else, and it is a telling moment when Mendes and one of his associates can be heard muttering darkly from one of the Bernabéu’s executive boxes about the possibility “the other guy might destroy everything”.

That other guy is Lionel Messi, cast in a slightly villainous Ivan Drago-style role that he probably does not deserve. “It’s a card inside an envelope that can change so much,” Ronaldo says of the Ballon d’Or, describing what it is like being expected to fake a smile on behalf of his old adversary. “To see Messi win four in a row was difficult for me. After he won the second and third I thought to myself: ‘I’m not coming here again.’” Watching this film, it becomes clear just how difficult it must be for Gareth Bale, signing for Madrid as the most expensive player in history, to deal with that planet-sized ego.

Other scenes are strategically laced with soft-focus Hello! magazine-style moments where Ronaldo can be seen playing with his son, Cristiano Jr, or dropping him off at school, but there is not always a great deal of charm elsewhere. Muhammad Ali and Brian Clough had great humour to go with all the braggadocio. Ronaldo’s style is not so attractive. “I’m not going to lie to you,” he says, explaining why he went to the World Cup with an injury. “If we had two or three Cristiano Ronaldos in the team I would feel more comfortable. But we don’t.”

A touch of humility every now and then would make Ronaldo much more appealing. Equally, he is as good as he is because of the way he is and a documentary of this nature, filmed over 14 months in his company, does show the enormous strains that come with the territory.

At one point his mother, Dolores, is filmed inside a chemist’s handing in a prescription for sedatives because she can barely take the stress of watching him play. Ronaldo rings and asks if she has taken her tranquillisers yet, as if he is quite used to it. “Its quite complicated to be the mother of a player who needs to win,” Dolores explains. “I suffer a lot.” When he is playing in the World Cup she asks for her flip-flops and then walks up the hill rather than watch with the rest of the family.

It is this insight into the inner circle that reminds us it has not been straightforward for Ronaldo, and not just because of the fact he left his family in Madeira at the age of 12 to join Sporting Lisbon, with his first pimples on his forehead and braces on his teeth. Hugo, his older brother, now runs Museu CR7, the Ronaldo museum, in Funchal but, at 20, was spiralling into alcoholism. Hugo says it could have been him who played football. Instead, he worked in construction, and he says everyone drank in that game, particularly as he was used to seeing his father, Dinis, knocking it back every night. It isn’t in the film but Dinis and Hugo resorted to selling Ronaldo’s Manchester United shirts so they could pay for more booze.

Dinis, we learn, was never the same after being called up to fight in the Portuguese colonial war in Angola. He came back “very angry”, Dolores explains. His head was filled with images of the war and though she says he always cared for his children she also says she became “his victim”. Dinis drank himself into an early grave, dying in 2005 when Ronaldo was 19. “He was drunk nearly every day and when that happens it became hard to have a conversation,” his younger son recalls. “I didn’t get to know my father for real.”

As for Cristiano Jr, possibly the star of the film, Ronaldo explains that he always wanted “my successor” without going into any other details. His son is five, already doing sit-ups and still working on his pronunciation of “Lamborghini”, and Dolores takes care of him while Ronaldo is away. The mother? It’s anyone’s guess. “People speculate that it was with this girl or the other or a surrogate mother,” Ronaldo says. “I’ve never told anybody and I never will.” How a man in his position has managed to keep it secret is remarkable and, unorthodox as it might be, fair play to him.

These parts are fascinating and, at times, Ronaldo comes across as so lonely it is a good job he enjoys his own company so much. “In football I don’t have a lot of friends. People I really trust? Not many. Most of the time I’m alone. I consider myself an isolated person.” It pains him that his father is not around to see his success but Mendes, he says, is like a father and a brother rolled into one. In Guillem Balagué’s new book about Ronaldo he writes how, to feed the competitive beast, the player’s entourage quickly came to realise “they must keep criticism at a distance, or control it, create the narrative and keep him on his pedestal”. Mendes is always there to fluff that ego and tell him he is better than Messi, and everybody else. It is far more than just the usual player-agent relationship.

Here, too, is the revelation that there was very nearly no Cristiano Ronaldo either. “He was an unwanted child,” Dolores explains. She considered an abortion and, on a neighbour’s advice, drank boiled black beer before running until she was on the verge of fainting, hoping to force a miscarriage. It didn’t work – and she seems pretty happy about that.

Thirty years on, the film – released on Monday and put together by the people behind Senna – does at least help us understand Ronaldo some more and the incredible drive that is needed to reach the top of his profession. It is not Ronaldo’s talent that stands out the most. It is his competitive courage, his absolute refusal to believe anyone can possibly outdo him and a level of self-obsession that makes one wonder how he will cope now he is approaching the age – two years older than Messi – when the powers gradually start to decline.

In recent years, he says, he and Messi have started talking to one another in a way they never did previously, asking about each other’s families and other polite small-talk. “I’ve started seeing him as a person, not a rival,” he says. “But we are always busting our balls to see who is better.”


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Manchester United fans can continue to pine, safe in the knowledge that Cristiano Ronaldo will not be showing up in a light blue shirt in the coming seasons.

The Portuguese star admits United is 'not the same' as the side he left in 2009 but, in a BT Sport interview, he did not rule out a return to his old club.

Moving to cross-town rivals City, however, is not an option.

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"You think the money is going [to] change my mind now, at 30 years old?," Ronaldo incredulously asked.

"I don't think so. I think this is not going to be the problem.

"If you speak about the money I will go to Qatar. Maybe they probably have more money than Manchester City. But it's not about the money, it's about the passion."



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So true mate ...he is consistently inconsistent throughout his united career ..but what if he turns consistent ..he will get around 40 goals...ATM im waiting for that time as his age is 24/25 :wait: ... :|
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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has confirmed he wants to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford.

Portugal forward Ronaldo left United for Real Madrid in 2009 for a then world record £80m fee and has become the Spanish side's top goalscorer.

However, speculation persists that the 30-year-old is set to leave Madrid.

"We are looking at all players, not just Ronaldo. But these players are mostly ungettable," said Van Gaal. "With Ronaldo, let's wait and hope."

Ronaldo, a three-time Fifa world player of the year, broke Raul's record of 323 goals for Real earlier this season.

He has won one La Liga title, a Champions League crown and two Spanish Cup titles in just over six years in the Spanish capital.

Before moving to Madrid, he won three Premier League titles, one Champions League, one FA Cup and two League Cups in six seasons at United under then manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

He moved to Manchester United for £12.24m from Sporting Lisbon in 2003.

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So true mate ...he is consistently inconsistent throughout his united career ..but what if he turns consistent ..he will get around 40 goals...ATM im waiting for that time as his age is 24/25 :wait: ... :|
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The Portuguese star, who has scored in just five of his 13 La Liga games this season, has reportedly been frequently flying by private jet to Morocco

Cristiano Ronaldo's form for Real Madrid could be suffering because of his frequent trips to Morocco by private jet, it is claimed.

The 30-year-old Portuguese star has scored in just five of his 13 La Liga games this season as Real stutter under new boss Rafa Benitez.

And there is an increasing fear that his constant travels could be affecting his on-field performances, according to several sources.

Reports last week in Spanish daily newspaper SPORT claimed the club was concerned because he was flying to Morocco several times a week.

There he is reported to be spending time with close friend Badr Hari, a Moroccan kickboxer who has shared Instagram photos of himself with Ronaldo in the past.

Website ExtraConfidential.com said the striker tended to travel four days a week to the capital Rabat to see Hari, leaving on his Gulfstream G200 around 3pm from Monday to Thursday after morning training and returning the same night.

It reported Ronaldo kept his plane at Torrejon de Ardoz Air Base, just outside Madrid, where David Beckham used to fly in and out of when he played for Real Madrid.

Rabat is around 1,000 kilometres from Madrid, with a flight time of 1hour 45 minutes.

The website wrote: “The Portuguese star tends to use it from Monday to Thursday about 3pm to return to Madrid the same night so he can arrive on time the next day for his training sessions.

“In the Real Madrid dressing room there is great concern about Cristiano Ronaldo’s performances and his continual trips that he makes on board his recently-acquired private jet.

“His most frequent trips are to Morocco where Badr Hari, the best friend and kick boxer he tends to spend much of his free time with, lives near to the capital Rabat.”

The story was picked up by respected daily newspapers like Catalan-based El Periodico which titled a piece it published four days ago: “Cristiano Ronaldo’s trips to Morocco worry Real Madrid.”

Badr Hari joked in one of his Instagram snaps that he and Ronaldo were "just married" as they relaxed by the pool recently, with the former Man United man being held up by the kickboxer.

Moroccan journalist, Mehdi Benkirane, has claimed that Ronaldo has also been meeting with 27-year-old agent Ouzifi Anis - who has since been spotted in photographs with the Real Madrid star and Hari.

The Ballon D'or winner was also criticised over his lifestyle on a French TV chat show last night.

Talking about the reasons behind Ronaldo's comparatively poor form, French journalist Daniele Riolo said: "Ronaldo takes three or four jets a week to see a friend in Morocco and cuddle with him."

It is not clear if the 'him' Riolo is referring to was Ronaldo's friend Hari or someone else.

While Ronaldo's travels may have upset some at the Bernabeu, he is, in fact, not breaking any club rules.

Mirror Football is awaiting response from Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo.


Some outlets going as far as saying he's in a gay relationship with the kickboxer

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One can hope :wink:

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So true mate ...he is consistently inconsistent throughout his united career ..but what if he turns consistent ..he will get around 40 goals...ATM im waiting for that time as his age is 24/25 :wait: ... :|
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Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo says he will not leave the club before his contract expires in 2018.

The 31-year-old Portugal captain has been continually linked with former club Manchester United, who sold him to Real in 2008, and Paris St-Germain.

"I want to stay here two more years. The two years I'm talking about take me to the end of my contract," he is quoted as saying by AS.

"And the future, we'll see."

Ronaldo was speaking at an event to collect his Pichichi trophy, which he won for being last season's La Liga top scorer with 48.

"This is the best league in the world, although I also played in the Premier League," he said.

"It's fantastic, competitive, and with great players. It is a privilege to leave my mark on it."


Don't care if he's scored 500 goals in 500 games by then watching Madrid have to accept him walking away on a Bosman would be hilarious.


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I don't think I registered that he scored 48 league goals last season! That's just insane.

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I think he missed 3-4 games too ..

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So true mate ...he is consistently inconsistent throughout his united career ..but what if he turns consistent ..he will get around 40 goals...ATM im waiting for that time as his age is 24/25 :wait: ... :|
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I think he missed 3-4 games too ..

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So true mate ...he is consistently inconsistent throughout his united career ..but what if he turns consistent ..he will get around 40 goals...ATM im waiting for that time as his age is 24/25 :wait: ... :|
on Rooney ,Jan 16th, ..and as they rest is history


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Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane and defender Sergio Ramos have backed Cristiano Ronaldo after he was booed by his own fans on Tuesday.

Striker Ronaldo scored in Real’s 2-0 victory over Roma on Tuesday, a win which sealed their progression to the Champions League quarter-finals.

But the Portuguese was booed by his own fans at the Santiago Bernabeu, having scored with just one of his 14 shots on goal.

The 31-year-old is struggling for form massively this season, scoring only 40 goals and assisting a further 13 in 36 appearances.

“I would tell the fans to think a little first,” Ramos told Spanish newspaper Marca after the game. “I respect them but when things don’t go well they should support their players because we all want the best for Real Madrid.

“He’s a historic player for Real Madrid, he keeps proving that year after year, look at what he’s achieved.”

Manager Zidane added: “It will only motivate him. The important thing is that every time Cristiano is on the pitch he wants to score and he keeps doing it.”


Gets booed by Madrid fans whereas Utd fans still sing songs about him on a weekly basis


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The 31-year-old is struggling for form massively this season, scoring only 40 goals and assisting a further 13 in 36 appearances.

Tough times!

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Top La Liga scorer and third in the assist stats. Poor season. Averaging over a goal a game in his career for them and they're booing him!

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With all that looks like 1 league title in 6 years since he joined them.

It's ridiculous but that is why he gets grief and slagging off his team mates the other week probably didn't go down well with the fans


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He is the only reason madrid have been able to go neck to neck with barca in league despite winning once in 6-7 years ..this year his goal scoring arent spread and madrid are 12 points adrift .. still he has scored 40 goals and 13 assist in 36 games .. madrid crowd isnt grateful .. never was .. anyway ..

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So true mate ...he is consistently inconsistent throughout his united career ..but what if he turns consistent ..he will get around 40 goals...ATM im waiting for that time as his age is 24/25 :wait: ... :|
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