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When English isn’t your first language, sometime things can definitely get lost in translation…let’s hope that’s the case with International soccer star Christiano Ronaldo whose tweet maybe everyone squirm. This is one of the most uncomfortable awkward tweets of all time, and of course it’s been deleted already. You’re better off just owning it Ronaldo.-TOShaquille and Cristiano Ronaldo Couple UpCristiano Ronaldo Hangs In Dodgers Clubhouse
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Cristiano Ronaldo gave his 22 million Twitter followers pause for concern Tuesday. The soccer superstar tweeted an unfortunately worded message, in which he expressed his “pleasure” at seeing photos of, get this, participants in the official CR7 Boys Underwear Competition. Ronaldo, or the people who handle his social media activities, soon deleted the tweet — but not before...
Cristiano Ronaldo managed to keep his name out of the transfer rumor mill for the last five weeks, but it’s back in headlines because he’s hitting the books.
Ronaldo has reportedly begun taking French lessons — a development which launches new speculation that he is preparing to leave Real Madrid next summer and join Paris Saint-Germain, according to the Mirror.
International soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has one of the most popular Twitter accounts in the entire world with over 22 million followers on the social media platform. Tuesday morning, he sent one of the weirdest/funniest/creepiest tweets in the history of Twitter. I'm sure this isn't supposed to mean what it says - either something got lost in translation or whoever...
Bet Christiano Ronaldo wishes he could take back his most recent tweet. Ronaldo sent out a thank you tweet for his boys underwear competition, and after deleting it and then reposting it, it still seems in poor taste. See for yourself:
Thank you all for participating in the CR7 Boys Underwear Competition – it's been a real pleasure to see all of your photos.
Thank you all for participating in the CR7 Boys Underwear Competition – it's been a real pleasure to see all of your photos. — Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) October 22, 2013 That’s, uh, awkward. There really isn’t much to add here, just wanted to make sure this Bad Idea Tweet made its way into the Sportress […]The post Cristiano Ronaldo tweets that he enjoyed viewing...
Cristiano Ronaldo has come up with a cool way of avoiding injury – by installing a £45000 Criosauna in his house.
The superstar forward who has a vital few months ahead of him is under pressure to deliver for both club and country.
Real Madrid are fighting Barcelona for the La Liga title while Portugal must beat Sweden for a place at the World Cup in their crunch play-off game...
I am sure the back story behind this is completely P.C., but you should really have someone check your Tweets before you send them live. Cristiano Ronaldo has over 22 million followers on Twitter, and I’m fairly positive that I’m not the only one who thought his latest Tweet was a little weird.
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Cristiano Ronaldo says the best medicine for ailing teammate Gareth Bale is to leave him alone.
Ronaldo says ''Gareth Bale is doing well. It's better to leave him alone and do pressure on other players.''
Bale has had two muscle injuries since his record transfer, limiting his playing time and leading to speculation about whether he had a back hernia that he...
Cristiano Ronaldo has jumped to the defence of Real Madrid team-mate Gareth Bale, saying there has been too much pressure placed on him since his record-breaking move to the Bernabeu.
Bale joined Real in the summer from Tottenham , breaking Ronaldo's own world record transfer fee following his arrival from Manchester United .
The Wales international has struggled to make an...
"The Simpsons" is teaming with the beautiful game again for a World Cup-themed episode next March, part of a branding campaign in which they're partnering with FC Barcelona and other teams around the world for a new line of Simpsons merchandise.
The plot of the episode, titled, "You Don't Have to Live Like a Referee", will deal with Homer becoming a soccer...
One of football's superstars is certain to miss out on the World
Cup next year after Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal side were drawn
against Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Sweden in the European play-offs for
next year's finals.
FIFA this morning announced the playoff matches involving the eight European teams vying for a place in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The playoff matches (home and away) are:
Portugal, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, will play Sweden, led by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, which means that only one of those two superstars will be playing at...
A brace from Cristiano Ronaldo saw Real Madrid to a 2-1 victory over a ten-man Juventus in their Group B UEFA Champions League match.
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Former Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan has criticised the champions for failing to make a marquee signing this summer.
The Old Trafford giants were in a for a host of big-name players including Gareth Bale and Cesc Fabregas - while there was also a suggestion they wanted to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back from Real Madrid.
But Marouane Fellaini signed for £27million...