Real Madrid asks for “utmost respect” to Ronaldo following tax drama

Real Madrid with a very Real Madrid-y statement on talisman Cristiano Ronaldo.
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2 days ago

Premier League Pass Masters: How They Make Their Teams Tick

The soccer world is fixated on scoring. We love Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. We appreciate what Luis Suarez, Robert Lewandowski, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang do. Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa grab the headlines in the Premier League, and often left by the wayside is the art of the passer.I've discussed the new holding midfielder and their responsibilities as that passer,...
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Cristiano Ronaldo Is Working With 'King Feet of Miami' to Become Even Quicker

Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably one of the best soccer players to ever play the game. Though it seems the 31-year-old has perfected all aspects of the game, he's recently been working on one particular attribute—foot quickness.  RELATED: How Luis Badillo Jr. Builds the Fastest Feet in the World The 4-time Golden Boot Award winner wants to make sure he is completely unguardable...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Cristiano Ronaldo Poses Semi-Nude For Portugal’s Mannequin Challenge (Of Course)

The Mannequin Challenge has officially taken hold in the soccer world, with club and national teams taking part in the latest internet craze. Portugal’s national team submitted a contender for the best of the bunch Saturday, giving fans a glimpse into its dressing room. Of course, Cristiano Ronaldo was standing around in his underwear looking like he does when he’s preparing...
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Ronaldo pens new 5-year deal, but will he end his career in Madrid?

After the news of Gareth Bale's mammoth new contract, of course Cristiano Ronaldo was going to do him one better and sign a new deal that sees him remain as the club's top earner.Ronaldo's new deal was announced on Monday with the legendary Portuguese attacker putting pen to paper to a five-year contract worth approximately £365,000 per week. The contract ties Ronaldo to Madrid...
Via FOX Sports
November 07, 2016

Ronaldo will stay in Real Madrid till 2021

Real Madrid has confirmed that a new contact with its Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo will be signed on Monday at the Bernabeu stadium. The contract will remain Ronaldo in Madrid until June 2021 when the forward turns 36. Since Ronaldo moved to Madrid from Manchester in 2009, he has become the best Real Madrid’s striker of all time with 371 goals leaving behind legends like Raul...
November 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Ronaldo hat-trick secures Real Madrid top-spot

Cristiano Ronaldo put his barren goal-scoring spell behind him with a fantastic away performance against Deportivo Alavés as Real Madrid maintained their slender lead at the top of the La Liga table. Spanish football has seen a remarkable level of competitiveness this season, with very little separating the top five teams – and every point will prove valuable to Zidane and his...
November 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Cristiano Ronaldo Refuses To Celebrate Stunning Goal Vs. Sporting In Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo usually celebrates his goals with a signature move but he didn’t this time. Ronaldo ignited Real Madrid’s 2-1 comeback win over Sporting CP on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League by scoring a stunning free-kick goal in the 89th minute. But the Portugal and Real Madrid superstar refused to celebrate the stunning free kick because he scored it against Sporting...
September 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Ronaldo cries after Portugal scores winning goal vs. France

Sunday’s Euro 2016 Final between Portugal and France was an emotional day for Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese star left the match in the first half after suffering a knee injury. Being forced from the game led him to cry tears of disappointment. Much later on, Ronaldo again saw himself in tears, but this time crying because of joy. Eder scored in the second half of extra time...
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July 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Cristiano Ronaldo forced to leave Euro 2016 final with injury

The one thing you don’t want to see is a star player forced to leave a major final with an injury -- especially when that injury comes early in the game and can have a major effect on the rest of the game. That’s exactly what happened to Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese superstar picked up a knock on his knee in the eighth minute of the Euro 2016 Final against France on Sunday...
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July 10, 2016  |  Discuss

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