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Ronaldo vows to stay at Real Madrid and get EVEN better 0

Posted on November 22, 2013 by admin

One of the things that has made the Real Madrid and Portugal superstar reach the very pinnacle of the football world is the desire to always improve. So even when Cristiano Ronaldo. So even when he was starring in the Premier League and winning trophies galore with Manchester United, he did not rest on his laurels.

After winning the Ballon D’Or, which Ronaldo did in 2008, most people would be pretty pleased with themselves, but not him. He joined the biggest club in the world and took his performances on to another level. The striker is currently in the form of his life and is most people’s favourite to be named the best player in the world soon, but he is still looking to improve, which can only be good news for Real Madrid fans.

Real Madrid wait for Bale talks with Levy and Tottenham 0

Posted on July 08, 2013 by admin

It is no secret that Real Madrid would lo9ve to sign the Welsh international star Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur, but they will not be aggressive about it because of the good relationship between the Spanish and English clubs and between the presidents Daniel Levy and Florentino Perez.

The last realistic chance for Madrid being able to complete the transfer of Bale this summer is for the player himself to talk to his bosses and push for a move. That would not be too surprising, especially when you consider that the 23-year old was unanimously voted as the Player of the Year in the English Premier league, but will only be playing in the Europa League again next season.

Ronaldo told to forget Man United and focus on Real Madrid 0

Posted on June 29, 2013 by admin

There has been lots of speculation in the media about Real Madrid and whether the club would be able to hold on to Cristiano Ronaldo this summer. With just two years left on his current contract, and no sign of the Portuguese international agreeing to sign an extension, the transfer rumours have been coming thick and fast.

The new Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has made his position perfectly clear to Ronaldo, apparently, after telling the 28-year old to buckle down and focus on his football in Spain, because he is not going to countenance any transfer, whether to Manchester United or anywhere else.

Isco in and Coentrao out of Real Madrid? 0

Posted on May 24, 2013 by admin

The Portuguese left back Fabio Coentrao had better hope that somebody wants to sign him from Real Madrid, because he has effectively burnt his bridges with the club’s fans by issuing a statement about how unhappy he is and has been since arriving at the Bernabeu.

Coentrao said, “From the first day I do not think I was wanted here.

“Today it seems like everyone wants me to leave the club. I don’t know what I’ve done wrong.

“We must find a solution that is good for both the club and myself, so that no-one will lose out.”

Real Madrid and Ancelotti may have signed pre-contract agreement 0

Posted on May 20, 2013 by admin

The clear favourite to replace Jose Mourinho as the manager of Real Madrid is the Italian Carlo Ancelotti. According to the media, the deal is pretty much done and it is just a matter of details. There is a small problem, however, in the shape of his current team Paris Saint-Germain.

The French club have won the Ligue 1 title for the first time since 1994. That means that Ancelotti’s contract is automatically extended into next season. This measure was probably included in the contract to safeguard his job, but may now be used by PSG to block his transfer to Real Madrid.

Ronaldo staying at Real Madrid amid rift with Mourinho 0

Posted on May 10, 2013 by admin

When Ronaldo scored against Malaga on Wednesday night, it was his 200th goal for Real Madrid, a feat he achieved in just 197 games. Not surprisingly this makes him the quickest player to reach the total in the history of the club. It also reinforces why the Madrid fans are desperate for him to stay. That now seems more likely than ever for a number of reasons.

After his goal on Wednesday, Ronaldo pointed to the Bernabeu turf and shouted, “Yo aqui, Yo aqui,” This means I am here in Spanish and seems ti indicate his intention to stay in Madrid, rather than move as the media has been suggesting.

Ronaldo nears Real Madrid milestone AND exit door!! 0

Posted on May 05, 2013 by admin

Real Madrid were once again reminded of the importance of Cristiano Ronaldo to the team yesterday. The 28-year old Portuguese international gave the fans at the Bernabeu something to smile about after the third Champions League semi-final exit in as many seasons.

Ronaldo put on yet another master class which he topped with two great headed goals, taking him onto 199 goals for Real Madrid from just 196 games. His goal helped Madrid to beat a very good Valladolid team by 4-3, a result which means that Barcelona can not seal the Spanish Primera Liga title with a win against Real Betis today.

Real Madrid CAN get revenge on Dortmund 0

Posted on April 30, 2013 by admin

Real Madrid have played Borussia Dortmund three times already this season and have yet to win a game. That will count for nothing tonight, however, as long as the Madrid players run out onto the pitch at the Bernabeu ready to give everything for the improbable comeback.

It would not be the first time that a Real Madrid side pulled off a miracle like this. Previous statistics do offer some hope to Jose Mourinho and his players, as Madrid have won 17 of their 23 home games against German teams. Three of those wins would have been enough to see us into the final. 4-0 against Munchengladbach in 1985, 5-1 against Cologne in 1986 and 3-0 against Bayer Leverkusen in 1998.

Ronaldo recovers to play for Real Madrid against Dortmund 0

Posted on April 29, 2013 by admin

Jose Mourinho and Real Madrid need all the help they can get ahead of tomorrow’s massive game at the Bernabeu tomorrow. Trailing Borussia Dortmund 4-1 from the first leg, the club has been sweating over the fitness of Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese star scored the only goal for Madrid in the first leg, but also picked up a thigh problem and had to miss the game against Real Betis on Saturday.

The good news for Madrid is that Ronaldo went through a normal training session with his team mates today and there was no sign of any problems. The Spanish champions have a mountain to climb against last year’s German champions, but the away goal gives hope.

Real Madrid and Mourinho on brink after Dortmund disaster 0

Posted on April 25, 2013 by admin

If Real Madrid looked stunned at the final whistle last night, Jose Mourinho seemed to be equally bewildered in his post match press conference. The Portuguese coach was at a loss to explain how his team were so soundly beaten by Borussia Dortmund, although he has definitely not given up on overturning the result at the Bernabeu next week.

“For me it is difficult to analyze it with you, as I have to do it with the players,” Mourinho told the waiting media. “It seems more polite to say that the best team won.

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