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Ronaldo Resumes Training Ahead Of Spal Clash
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Ronaldo Resumes Training Ahead Of Spal Clash

Juventus’ Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo trains prior to the Italian Serie A football match Udi-nese Calcio vs Juventus FC at the Dacia Arena stadium in Udine on October 6, 2018. Miguel MEDINA / AFP Cristiano Ronaldo gets back to business for Italian champions Juventus against SPAL on Saturday after missing Portugal’s qualification for the Nations League semi-finals amid reports he has been snubbed for the final three in the Ballon d’Or award. The 33-year-old Ronaldo has won the prestigious Ballon d’Or five times but could be excluded from the top three, with the winner to be revealed in Paris on December 3. Ronaldo was rested from Portugal’s last four internationals as they became the first team to qualify for the Nations League finals. During the international break Rona...
Club President Perez’s Attitude Made Me Leave Real Madrid- Ronaldo
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Club President Perez’s Attitude Made Me Leave Real Madrid- Ronaldo

Juventus FC forward Cristiano Ronaldo says his decision to quit Real Madrid last summer was because the Spanish club’s president only ever saw him as a means of making money. “He (Florentino Perez) only ever looked at me as a business relationship. I know it. What he told me was never from the heart,” the Portuguese forward told France Football magazine. The 33-year-old Ronaldo signed for Italy’s Juventus from Real Madrid in July for 100 million euros and has helped his new club to an unbeaten start in Serie A this season. Cristiano Ronaldo He has scored seven goals in 10 appearances for the Italian champions. “In the first four or five years (at Real Madrid), I had the feeling of being ‘Cristiano Ronaldo’. Less so afterwards. “The president looked at me through eyes that didn...
Analysis On UEFA Champions League Semifinal Draw
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Analysis On UEFA Champions League Semifinal Draw

The draw for the UEFA Champions League semifinals have just been concluded and here are my thoughts on the fixtures. Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid Real Madrid have shown that they are masters of the Champions League and they are always hard to beat when they get to this stage as their record 11 victories in this competition indicates. However, if there is any team that can beat Real over 2 legs, it is probably Atletico Madrid. 2 losses in 2 close-fought finals in the last three years to Real will definitely serve as motivation for Diego Simeone and his men. However, with Cristiano Ronaldo in fine form, it might be a difficult challenge to beat this Real team under Zinedine Zidane, a great player that is also turning out to be a great coach. I am tipping Atletico to win this o...

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