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    (Original post by Undisclosed 15)
    Ronaldo is finished at Madrid. They will sell him next Summer. Probably to PSG as few other clubs can afford him. Here is why he has no future at Madrid ... https://www.the-newshub.com/football...aldo-at-madrid
    Are you ramone and was this a shameless publicity fir your only post?
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    Lol at wasteman doubting Cristiano

    We all know he's going to hit 50+ goals again

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    Ronaldo is basically like Rooney nowadays, only good at freekicks and pens.
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    (Original post by jam277)
    Ronaldo is basically like Rooney nowadays, only good at freekicks and pens.
    Since when has Rooney been good at freekicks?


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    Since when has Ronaldo been good at freekicks?
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    (Original post by Fizzel)
    Since when has Rooney been good at freekicks?


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    Not sure if sarcasm or missing the joke.
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    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    Since when has Ronaldo been good at freekicks?


    Best Freekick taker of all time.
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    (Original post by jam277)
    Not sure if sarcasm or missing the joke.
    Missed the joke, was watching tv at the same time.

    Still in terms of both Ronaldo is in a different league to Rooney. Ronaldo's pen rate is pretty good, and although his freekicks aren't as threatening as people make out statistically he's still scored some quality screamers. Rooney has the one whipped freekick (even then its not that good for that style) and his pen rate is worse than league average. His pen against the swiss was **** too, a better keeper would have tipped it over. Guess both are somewhat takers based off privileges rather than quality.
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    Ronaldo with that free kick accuracy tho. Bale on FIFA all the way.

    Ronaldo wish he could track back like Rooney. Who needs goals and assists when you 'work hard' for the team.
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    (Original post by Rk2k14)
    Ronaldo with that free kick accuracy tho. Bale on FIFA all the way.

    Ronaldo wish he could track back like Rooney. Who needs goals and assists when you 'work hard' for the team.
    Init, Rooney > Ronaldo
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    (Original post by jam277)


    Best Freekick taker of all time.
    Surely the worst free-kick ever. Best bit is when the commentator laughs at him.

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    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    Surely the worst free-kick ever. Best bit is when the commentator laughs at him.

    It was an indirect pass to one of his team mates
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    Take a bow Pique - did a press conference today when he pretty much refused to apologise for anything and let his feelings on Madrid out ("I want them to lose etc), must have got that sort of bluntness spending time with Gary Neville at United with his dislike of Liverpool...
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    Faux respect between rivals is the worst. I rate Pique, Neville at al for just telling it how it is.
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    James Rodriguez out for ~4 weeks with a thigh muscle tear.
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    Interesting this: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-34185172

    It's a great point, in fairness. La Liga has long been touted as a rival to the EPL - until recently with the Bundesliga's emergence, anyway - but can it realistically still entertain without Messi and CR7?

    Sure, you've got Neymar set to take the mantle at the Nou Camp. Real can undoubtedly still thrive with Bale, but those two aforementioned are world-class players - undoubtedly two of the best ever - and there'll be a big hole to fill come their retirement.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Interesting this: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-34185172

    It's a great point, in fairness. La Liga has long been touted as a rival to the EPL - until recently with the Bundesliga's emergence, anyway - but can it realistically still entertain without Messi and CR7?

    Sure, you've got Neymar set to take the mantle at the Nou Camp. Real can undoubtedly still thrive with Bale, but those two aforementioned are world-class players - undoubtedly two of the best ever - and there'll be a big hole to fill come their retirement.
    Barca and Real will keep splashing 100mil+ fees to buy the next big thing.
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    Wow not even 30 mins into the game and Cristiano already has a hat trick. Wha
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    (Original post by ShotsFired-9941)
    Wow not even 30 mins into the game and Cristiano already has a hat trick. Wha
    No suprises, Espanyol always get smashed by Real.
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    Who said he was finished? :lol:
 
 
 
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