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Ronaldo ‘Dreaming’ Of Manchester United Return

Spanish football expert Guillem Balague has claimed that ex-Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo is frustrated with life at Real Madrid and is dreaming of a return to Old Trafford. The Sky Sports pundit spoke about the former Manchester United superstar on Revista de La Liga and there has been speculation in recent weeks that Ronaldo has been disillusioned with life at …

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Rumours Persist Of Superstar’s Move To Manchester United

The press’ stories about a possible Cristiano Ronaldo move back to Manchester United continue to flow, now the former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon who initially signed the Portguese superstar claims the player is unsettled at the Bernabeu. The past few weeks has seen the story of a possible Cristiano Ronaldo move back to Manchester United gather pace. While the initial reports of an unsettled …

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Rumours: Superstar May Go To Chelsea

Rumours continue to do the rounds that Cristiano Ronaldo may end up back in the Premier League, and Chelsea are reportedly in the hunt to land him. Stories have persisted in recent weeks that superstar Cristiano Ronaldo could be in line for a sensational move back to the Premier League next summer. It is difficult to know what to make …

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Chelsea Look To Sign Spanish Starlet

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is in the race to sign Valencia’s exciting 21-year-old striker while Spanish giants Real Madrid are trying to close the door on any attempt to bring superstar Cristiano Ronaldo to Stamford Bridge. Premier League rivals Chelsea and Arsenal are set to do battle for Spanish wunderkid Paco Alcacer, according to The Express. The Valencia man was targeted by the mighty …

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Cristiano Ronaldo To Finish Career At Manchester United?

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that he would like to return to Old Trafford and with the 29-year-old under contract until 2o16 the prospect of Ronaldo finishing his career at Old Trafford looks a distinct possibility. Ronaldo admitted that Manchester is still in his heart and that he envisages a return to England when speaking to the Telegraph.. …

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Ronaldo Hints At Manchester United Return

Cristiano Ronaldo has been talking to the press about his beloved Manchester United, and is convinced that better things lie ahead for them in the wake of their summer signings. Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo declared his love for Manchester United when the press corps caught up with him at a Tag Heuer track event where the legend got to drive an £800,000 …

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Ronaldo, Quinn & Carragher Have Their Say On Manchester United Transfer

Radamel Falcao’s loan move to Manchester United was the most high profile transfer of deadline day and many of the game’s high profile figures have had their say on the Colombian’s move. Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo has approved of the deal that has seen Falcao move from Ligue 1 club Monaco to Louis Van Gaal’s Manchester United squad. Ronaldo was …

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El Clasico – Who Will Come Out On Top in 2014/15?

The La Liga fixtures were released on Thursday 24th of July, and of course the first fixtures discussed were the dates for El Clasico. The meetings between Barcelona and Real Madrid have always been key fixtures in the season but they should become even more exciting in 2014-15 due to the world class players that have been brought into the …

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Premier League Is No Longer The Best In Europe

A league’s quality is often defined by its quantity of top players. When one looks at the Premier League, it’s clear to see just how far it has fallen. Eoin Hallissey discusses the alarming trend of top footballers choosing other European leagues to further their careers.   Where have all the good men gone? Where are all the greats? Ronaldo went to …

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Four Reasons Real Madrid Have So Much Money

Real Madrid continue to pay exorbitant fees to add to their list of galacticos, but how do the Madrid club have so much money? Conor Heffernan discusses. Unemployment in Spain is at 26%, and Spanish bank debt is roughly equal to the GDP of Singapore. Yet in this dire economic climate Real Madrid has increased its revenue and recently has …

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Is This The Worst Cristiano Ronaldo Advert Ever?

Cristiano Ronaldo has terrorised defences throughout the world and now it looks like he is switching his focus to, er, dandruff. Unfortunately, Dan Druff is not the name of an English lower league player and it looks like Cristiano Ronaldo has sold out to one of the big brands. In a cringeworthy thirty second advert, the Ballon d’Or winner is …

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World Cup: Football’s Homecoming A Drab Affair

Michael Ramsay argues that despite Germany’s destruction of Brazil, the World Cup has been devoid of enthusiasm, rhythm and ultimately, a soul. Blessed with a rich footballing history, with past World Cup winners revered as sacred icons throughout the nation, the world has forever been unanimous about where the sport’s soul resides – Brazil. No country have claimed the coveted …

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Ángel Di María Pioneers a New Type of Midfielder

Ángel Di María joined Real Madrid at the same time as José Mourinho in 2010 and the Argentine was expected to follow suit when he departed last summer. After three seasons as Cristiano Ronaldo’s foil on the opposite flank of the Real attack, the imminent of Gareth Bale was set to signal the end of Di María’s stint at the Bernabéu. …

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Top Four WC Talking Points: England Bow Out, France Progress

1. England Betrayed Their Form Players And Paid The Price How many times have we heard this one before, England crash out early at a major tournament. The game with Uruguay promised so much for England after their positive performance against Italy. England fell almost completely flat, as Luis Suarez made the Three Lions pay dearly for some defensive lapses. If England’s best center …

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TBT – Roberto Carlos & The Goal That Defied Physics

This week’s Throwback Thursday remembers one of the greatest free kicks in history, Roberto Carlos’ wonder strike against the French in 1997. The scene was France versus Brazil during the Tournoi De France in June of 1997. The match was 0-0 and had reached the 20th minute when Romario was fouled roughly 38 yards from the French goal. Any other …

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The World Cup – Week One Review

We are almost a week into World Cup 2014 and having seen all the protagonists play, what have we learnt with regards the 32 teams involved in this footballing showpiece: Pitbull is a talentless tool A statement of the obvious perhaps but no harm to remind people especially those same folks at FIFA who are bringing you the 2022 Qatar …

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Spain Downfall Could Pave Way for Strikers’ World Cup

In a World Cup with an unusual dearth of talented top-class strikers, the remaining few could prove the vital difference in the top nations’ quest for glory. The last decade of international football has been dominated by the midfield generation, epitomised by the likes of Spain’s Andres Iniesta, Xabi Alonso and Xavi Hernandez. The writing does seem to be on …

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