Cristiano Ronaldo (63 Viewers)

Strickland

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May 17, 2019
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I wonder how much is he saving in taxes with the Italian regulation compared to Spain, France and England, his yearly income from commercial deals surely must be tens of millions even in Covid times, so paying only 100k in taxes for that must save him a fortune every year. If that is the case, it'd be very hard for him to give up all that money to try and improve his last years in football in United, Real or PSG.
 

MrMonkey

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Jul 15, 2017
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Forget the money, the guy wants to win CL titles. If only the entire team had his determination and effort on the pitch. Response to my post that Chiellini was able to move forward with the ball like a mid a few matches ago was because he sucked at creating any offensive opportunities so he was left alone to do whatever.

Well if that's the case, as much as Juve has had no average at best midfield creators this season, wouldn't it make sense that opponents are concentrating on stopping only one player, CR7. So for all the complaints about his below par season as a whole, amazing that CR7 has accomplished what he has with the opposition in his jock strap following his every move.
 

MrMonkey

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Jul 15, 2017
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Was stunned like all Juve fans to see this but even the Juve home crowd had to applaud it. Great first save from Gigi but no chance on CR7's shot. Love Barzagli's arms apart reaction like no fuking way.

Below was written in an article after the goal about Ronaldo.

"Ronaldo turned 30 three years ago now. He is at the age when many players are winding down, but he has said he will go on until he is 40. That might be pushing it, but you wouldn't definitively rule it out. Not just because he looks after himself physically, taking care over everything from food to sleeping, or because he is relentless in his work and his pursuit of improvement. Not even because he is somehow not human; in fact, it is maybe more because he has recognized that he is human, because he has evolved."

:delpiero:
 

zizinho

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Apr 14, 2013
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I keep telling you guys, he won't stop until he's atleast 40. Maybe in 2025 he goes to MLS to get used to the climate or whatever before the world cup. But this isn't his last season here I think and I hope
 

Hydde

Duke NUKEM
Mar 6, 2003
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Was stunned like all Juve fans to see this but even the Juve home crowd had to applaud it. Great first save from Gigi but no chance on CR7's shot. Love Barzagli's arms apart reaction like no fuking way.

Below was written in an article after the goal about Ronaldo.

"Ronaldo turned 30 three years ago now. He is at the age when many players are winding down, but he has said he will go on until he is 40. That might be pushing it, but you wouldn't definitively rule it out. Not just because he looks after himself physically, taking care over everything from food to sleeping, or because he is relentless in his work and his pursuit of improvement. Not even because he is somehow not human; in fact, it is maybe more because he has recognized that he is human, because he has evolved."

:delpiero:
Nah not in the mood to read this. Its al useless now.
 

Post Ironic

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Feb 9, 2013
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I know he vanished the other day after winning us the game and now appears a couple days later to start he's agenda Ronaldo bashing again.What a clown of a poster.:lol:
I don’t mind some of his posts. And I don’t even mind reasonable criticism of Ronaldo. There’s lots of it, and it is deserved at times. But the dummies going off non-stop about dribbling and body language and missed chances are just too much :lol:
 

Arcticdaly

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Oct 3, 2018
3,603
Some prefer Dybala with his 4 goals and 2 assists this year :tuttosport:

Could you imagine Ronaldo with less than 10 goals in all comps in 2 of 3 seasons? In his prime no less. :lol:
Ronaldo prime is 61 goals and `15 assists:delpiero: :lol:

I still think Dybala can come good he might even pull something off vs Milan this sunday he usually does :xfingers: but yea has had a pathetic a year again not good enough when your in your prime to playing this shit.

Ronaldo is well past he's best and a different player now but he is still out performing him by miles and thats while he has been well overplayed this year and carrying a dead coach on the sidelines. There is no excuses for Dybala.
 
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