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CRISTIANO FOR UNITED EXIT
Some few days back, Cristiano Ronaldo was back in town as my post– ('Hawking' Cristiano could be Correct Afterall)– reports. A meeting was scheduled to hold between Ronaldo's camp and the United camp(heirarchy and the coach). Most of the world was not present in that meeting but "I was". Free of any charge,I will feed you with what happened their from my bank of imagination and news reports on that meeting. Ronny: Goodmorning Chiefs,I'm utterly grateful for the cooperation you've given me, by permitting my absence from our pre-season thus far. Hierarchy: It's our pleasure. Your well-being is our concern, especially your being our best player and the best in the world. We do hope you've now sorted out the issues that were such a bother. Ronny: Yes Chiefs,the issues have been sorted out and my head is clearer now. My family and I did some intense soul searching and came up with what is a solution for this moment. Agent: Urm Chiefs, as always it's an honour to work with you all. We are talking about the best player in the world,who also is now37-yrs-old. He also has absolutely no problem turning out for this team– arguably the best team in England and one of the best in the world. However, do you think it strange that he will be considering the Ballon d'Or trophy? SILENCE EVERYWHERE Agent contd: He has won it five times already and I don't anyone in this room will not want him to win it again, especially as he no longer has so many years before retirement. The point is that we are faced with a system that disregards the Europa Cup as a key require for the Ballon d'Or trophy,no matter how good the player is. This is an absolute fact,we wish we can change the rules right away. Heirarchy: Are you saying it's all about the player's ambition? Agent: That can never be the case, that's why I referenced this club as arguably the very best in England and how it's such a pleasure for my client to play here. Hierarchy: Okay then,pardon me to chip this in before you continue. Be sure that our Europa league qualification has been a huge embarrassment to this club,infact a few of us here fell ill and one hospitalised last season when we discovered that mathematically we could make it to the Champions league. We are still recovering even now. That's why we quickly swung into action and got a world class coach in Erik ten Hag,in order for our fortunes to change quickly. We are also fully backing him,whether it be policy implementation or cash injection. The erstwhile coach,Ralph Rangnick resumed as a consultant after last season as his contract stipulates. He lasted only a few weeks. Why? The arrival of the new coach basically. He wanted a mode of operation that was different from our original plan and the kind of contract Rangnick signed. We backed the coach nonetheless, eventhough it meant losing a brilliant mind in Rangnick, who didn't want a change in the contract. Secondly, you can scarcely find any serious club excusing their best player at a time there's a "revenge mission", when it not the case of injury to the player. These are crucial times in this club,with a fresh coach.If it was an old coach,maybe we may understand the best player's absence. A new project just began and your best player who is key to this project is unavailable? Who does that? But we took the lenient route,the compassionate(maybe illogical) step and excused him to sort himself out. Agent: You have spoken absolutely well sir, and in truth we have not throughout this period of my clients absence taken it for granted that you all have gone out of your way to favour us. In the spirit of your wanting the best for my client,as you have clearly demonstrated, we urge you to go a step further by helping him fulfil his Ballon d'Or dream. He has absolutely nothing against this his darling club but his age has something against him. He therefore needs to act fast and like I have explained before, the Champions league is the way. Infact we believe in the new boss to deliver that my client doesn't even need a permanent transfer, a loan move will be okay and he returns next season to play for this club. Heirarchy: Hmmn,okay you mean he goes on loan and comes back next summer,with an expectation that we are back in the Champions league, meaning no harm to his Ballon d'Or vision. Agent: Exactly Chiefs Heirarchy: You know he signed for 2 seasons when he came,so we have to sort that out if he must go on loan. So what club are you looking at? Agent: Chelsea HUGE SILENCE Heirarchy: please we've had enough. You mean he goes to a rival club to further increase their chances of a Champions League, thesame Champions league we crave. We think this meeting is over, we've tried our best to hear you out and be empathetic. A rival club? That's a step too far gentlemen.
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CRISTIANO FOR UNITED EXIT
Some few days back, Cristiano Ronaldo was back in town as my post– ('Hawking' Cristiano could be Correct Afterall)– reports. A meeting was scheduled to hold between Ronaldo's camp and the United camp(heirarchy and the coach). Most of the world was not present in that meeting but "I was". Free of any charge,I will feed you with what happened their from my bank of imagination and news reports on that meeting. Ronny: Goodmorning Chiefs,I'm utterly grateful for the cooperation you've given me, by permitting my absence from our pre-season thus far. Hierarchy: It's our pleasure. Your well-being is our concern, especially your being our best player and the best in the world. We do hope you've now sorted out the issues that were such a bother. Ronny: Yes Chiefs,the issues have been sorted out and my head is clearer now. My family and I did some intense soul searching and came up with what is a solution for this moment. Agent: Urm Chiefs, as always it's an honour to work with you all. We are talking about the best player in the world,who also is now37-yrs-old. He also has absolutely no problem turning out for this team– arguably the best team in England and one of the best in the world. However, do you think it strange that he will be considering the Ballon d'Or trophy? SILENCE EVERYWHERE Agent contd: He has won it five times already and I don't anyone in this room will not want him to win it again, especially as he no longer has so many years before retirement. The point is that we are faced with a system that disregards the Europa Cup as a key require for the Ballon d'Or trophy,no matter how good the player is. This is an absolute fact,we wish we can change the rules right away. Heirarchy: Are you saying it's all about the player's ambition? Agent: That can never be the case, that's why I referenced this club as arguably the very best in England and how it's such a pleasure for my client to play here. Hierarchy: Okay then,pardon me to chip this in before you continue. Be sure that our Europa league qualification has been a huge embarrassment to this club,infact a few of us here fell ill and one hospitalised last season when we discovered that mathematically we could make it to the Champions league. We are still recovering even now. That's why we quickly swung into action and got a world class coach in Erik ten Hag,in order for our fortunes to change quickly. We are also fully backing him,whether it be policy implementation or cash injection. The erstwhile coach,Ralph Rangnick resumed as a consultant after last season as his contract stipulates. He lasted only a few weeks. Why? The arrival of the new coach basically. He wanted a mode of operation that was different from our original plan and the kind of contract Rangnick signed. We backed the coach nonetheless, eventhough it meant losing a brilliant mind in Rangnick, who didn't want a change in the contract. Secondly, you can scarcely find any serious club excusing their best player at a time there's a "revenge mission", when it not the case of injury to the player. These are crucial times in this club,with a fresh coach.If it was an old coach,maybe we may understand the best player's absence. A new project just began and your best player who is key to this project is unavailable? Who does that? But we took the lenient route,the compassionate(maybe illogical) step and excused him to sort himself out. Agent: You have spoken absolutely well sir, and in truth we have not throughout this period of my clients absence taken it for granted that you all have gone out of your way to favour us. In the spirit of your wanting the best for my client,as you have clearly demonstrated, we urge you to go a step further by helping him fulfil his Ballon d'Or dream. He has absolutely nothing against this his darling club but his age has something against him. He therefore needs to act fast and like I have explained before, the Champions league is the way. Infact we believe in the new boss to deliver that my client doesn't even need a permanent transfer, a loan move will be okay and he returns next season to play for this club. Heirarchy: Hmmn,okay you mean he goes on loan and comes back next summer,with an expectation that we are back in the Champions league, meaning no harm to his Ballon d'Or vision. Agent: Exactly Chiefs Heirarchy: You know he signed for 2 seasons when he came,so we have to sort that out if he must go on loan. So what club are you looking at? Agent: Chelsea HUGE SILENCE Heirarchy: please we've had enough. You mean he goes to a rival club to further increase their chances of a Champions League, thesame Champions league we crave. We think this meeting is over, we've tried our best to hear you out and be empathetic. A rival club? That's a step too far gentlemen.
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CRISTIANO FOR UNITED EXIT
Some few days back, Cristiano Ronaldo was back in town as my post– ('Hawking' Cristiano could be Correct Afterall)– reports. A meeting was scheduled to hold between Ronaldo's camp and the United camp(heirarchy and the coach). Most of the world was not present in that meeting but "I was". Free of any charge,I will feed you with what happened their from my bank of imagination and news reports on that meeting. Ronny: Goodmorning Chiefs,I'm utterly grateful for the cooperation you've given me, by permitting my absence from our pre-season thus far. Hierarchy: It's our pleasure. Your well-being is our concern, especially your being our best player and the best in the world. We do hope you've now sorted out the issues that were such a bother. Ronny: Yes Chiefs,the issues have been sorted out and my head is clearer now. My family and I did some intense soul searching and came up with what is a solution for this moment. Agent: Urm Chiefs, as always it's an honour to work with you all. We are talking about the best player in the world,who also is now37-yrs-old. He also has absolutely no problem turning out for this team– arguably the best team in England and one of the best in the world. However, do you think it strange that he will be considering the Ballon d'Or trophy? SILENCE EVERYWHERE Agent contd: He has won it five times already and I don't anyone in this room will not want him to win it again, especially as he no longer has so many years before retirement. The point is that we are faced with a system that disregards the Europa Cup as a key require for the Ballon d'Or trophy,no matter how good the player is. This is an absolute fact,we wish we can change the rules right away. Heirarchy: Are you saying it's all about the player's ambition? Agent: That can never be the case, that's why I referenced this club as arguably the very best in England and how it's such a pleasure for my client to play here. Hierarchy: Okay then,pardon me to chip this in before you continue. Be sure that our Europa league qualification has been a huge embarrassment to this club,infact a few of us here fell ill and one hospitalised last season when we discovered that mathematically we could make it to the Champions league. We are still recovering even now. That's why we quickly swung into action and got a world class coach in Erik ten Hag,in order for our fortunes to change quickly. We are also fully backing him,whether it be policy implementation or cash injection. The erstwhile coach,Ralph Rangnick resumed as a consultant after last season as his contract stipulates. He lasted only a few weeks. Why? The arrival of the new coach basically. He wanted a mode of operation that was different from our original plan and the kind of contract Rangnick signed. We backed the coach nonetheless, eventhough it meant losing a brilliant mind in Rangnick, who didn't want a change in the contract. Secondly, you can scarcely find any serious club excusing their best player at a time there's a "revenge mission", when it not the case of injury to the player. These are crucial times in this club,with a fresh coach.If it was an old coach,maybe we may understand the best player's absence. A new project just began and your best player who is key to this project is unavailable? Who does that? But we took the lenient route,the compassionate(maybe illogical) step and excused him to sort himself out. Agent: You have spoken absolutely well sir, and in truth we have not throughout this period of my clients absence taken it for granted that you all have gone out of your way to favour us. In the spirit of your wanting the best for my client,as you have clearly demonstrated, we urge you to go a step further by helping him fulfil his Ballon d'Or dream. He has absolutely nothing against this his darling club but his age has something against him. He therefore needs to act fast and like I have explained before, the Champions league is the way. Infact we believe in the new boss to deliver that my client doesn't even need a permanent transfer, a loan move will be okay and he returns next season to play for this club. Heirarchy: Hmmn,okay you mean he goes on loan and comes back next summer,with an expectation that we are back in the Champions league, meaning no harm to his Ballon d'Or vision. Agent: Exactly Chiefs Heirarchy: You know he signed for 2 seasons when he came,so we have to sort that out if he must go on loan. So what club are you looking at? Agent: Chelsea HUGE SILENCE Heirarchy: please we've had enough. You mean he goes to a rival club to further increase their chances of a Champions League, thesame Champions league we crave. We think this meeting is over, we've tried our best to hear you out and be empathetic. A rival club? That's a step too far gentlemen.
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ogeewitty
'Hawking' Cristiano,could be correct afterall.
It has made news that Ronaldo is back in town– back in Manchester after holidaying in his native,Portugal, and being permitted by the new coach to stay away from the team's camp for pre-season as he requested he had pressing personal issues to deal with. ![untitled.gif](https://media.tenor.com/images/83e58f9c5cfafcda80ac2bf0ed9c8ccb/tenor.gif) However,since the signing of United's new coach,Erik ten Hag, it seems it was Ronaldo's cue to leaving his beloved Manchester United. His super agent Jorge Mendes has been offering him to various Champions league clubs, all to no avail. Clubs keep rejecting his services from Manchester City to PSG to Barcelona to Bayern to Chelsea and others. He seems stuck and on the other hand United fans are becoming impatient with proceedings. They know he wants to play in the Champions league and it's now looking like he is not loyal to a club who loves him and made him famous and valuable during his early days. So we often saw news like this,coming through: Today it has come to the door step of Atletico Madrid and their fans will have none of it: But why are clubs stalling concerning Cristiano? It's because of what I call "modern football". Last summer Juventus,under their new acquired coach(and former coach) Massimmilano Allegri were happy to let Ronny go. Allegri was not assuring him of a regular spot in the starting line-up, but was still counting on him. Ofcourse,the competitive Ronny we know couldn't take that and he agreed to go to Manchester City before United gazumped the deal and signed him back. What were Allegri's reasons? Please follow on. What is happening today is that more teams are buying into what I will call "modern football". The days of indulging a player is more or less over. That is why an Ozil became a liability in Arsenal and in Fernabache and began to be 'hawked' around,before another Turkish club came to his rescue,this summer. What I refer to as modern football is that which involves everyone,with no exception, being part of the attacking phase as well as the defensive phase of the game. The coaches know Ronny is terrific on the ball,but very few are willing to pay the price for what he does without it. Carlo Ancelloti has since confessed of suffering when using Ronny, it was Di Maria that kept saving the situation,covering up gaps Ronny won't fill when he isn't with the ball. By the way, I think Di Maria to Juve is such a reward for a player who does a lot of "dirty jobs". It's a pity wat Ronny is having to go through. Initially I was questioning his desire to leave United. It looked like jumping ship. I will ask, what's his bother? Is it the Champions league, Lionel Messi? I was saying let pride not tarnish this guy's career. The so-called famously proud Mourinho is content with coaching a Roma that is a step-down for him. Ancelloti had to stoop low and coach Everton. The coaching world too has changed recently,no jobs like before,younger coaches taking over the scene. So, reality is that football has changed a lot now. Argentine star Paulo Dybala at the humble pie and joined Roma, eventhough he ought to be playing for a Champions league side. I guess,he reckons that he could help qualify them for the Champions League, the coming season. Why won't Ronaldo think like that,especially as it is a very astute coach United now has and they are making world class signings. I felt it is a certain pride that won't let him stay on at United. Then I began to look closely into Ronny's thought process and I fault his under-estimating what Allegri didn't like about him,however he may very well be right to seek a move away. Come to think of it, I don't think it strange that a Ronny playing in Europe, should be thinking of the Balon D'or. Now the great Irish, Gareth Bale or the Brazilian Neymar even, can overlook this title,but Ronny deserves to think in this line,if he wants to. And at his age, he doesn't have much time on his hands to win more Balon D'ors. Furthermore, he is experienced enough to know what competition counts more– the Champions league, the Worldcup. The Europa Cup(which United will play in) will in no small way hurt his cause, because the mindset of the judges are already set on the Champions league. So maybe we can cut him some slack here. Perhaps not that he is too big headed to continue with United, but he is constrained for time, not many years to play with AT ALL. One year means a lot at his age. Playing in the Champions league will give him a much better headstart, in the eyes of the Balon D'or judges. So if one asks me, if Ronny should still be thinking of the World Footballer of the Year trophy, I would reply,why not,he still is as fit as a 27yr old or younger. It's only painful that "modern football" is holding sway almost everywhere,such that coaches are thinking twice about him. By the way Ronny's return to Manchester is not to give up and embrace the United course the coming season, but for showdown talks with the club demanding an exit.
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ogeewitty
'Hawking' Cristiano,could be correct afterall.
It has made news that Ronaldo is back in town– back in Manchester after holidaying in his native,Portugal, and being permitted by the new coach to stay away from the team's camp for pre-season as he requested he had pressing personal issues to deal with. ![untitled.gif](https://media.tenor.com/images/83e58f9c5cfafcda80ac2bf0ed9c8ccb/tenor.gif) However,since the signing of United's new coach,Erik ten Hag, it seems it was Ronaldo's cue to leaving his beloved Manchester United. His super agent Jorge Mendes has been offering him to various Champions league clubs, all to no avail. Clubs keep rejecting his services from Manchester City to PSG to Barcelona to Bayern to Chelsea and others. He seems stuck and on the other hand United fans are becoming impatient with proceedings. They know he wants to play in the Champions league and it's now looking like he is not loyal to a club who loves him and made him famous and valuable during his early days. So we often saw news like this,coming through: Today it has come to the door step of Atletico Madrid and their fans will have none of it: But why are clubs stalling concerning Cristiano? It's because of what I call "modern football". Last summer Juventus,under their new acquired coach(and former coach) Massimmilano Allegri were happy to let Ronny go. Allegri was not assuring him of a regular spot in the starting line-up, but was still counting on him. Ofcourse,the competitive Ronny we know couldn't take that and he agreed to go to Manchester City before United gazumped the deal and signed him back. What were Allegri's reasons? Please follow on. What is happening today is that more teams are buying into what I will call "modern football". The days of indulging a player is more or less over. That is why an Ozil became a liability in Arsenal and in Fernabache and began to be 'hawked' around,before another Turkish club came to his rescue,this summer. What I refer to as modern football is that which involves everyone,with no exception, being part of the attacking phase as well as the defensive phase of the game. The coaches know Ronny is terrific on the ball,but very few are willing to pay the price for what he does without it. Carlo Ancelloti has since confessed of suffering when using Ronny, it was Di Maria that kept saving the situation,covering up gaps Ronny won't fill when he isn't with the ball. By the way, I think Di Maria to Juve is such a reward for a player who does a lot of "dirty jobs". It's a pity wat Ronny is having to go through. Initially I was questioning his desire to leave United. It looked like jumping ship. I will ask, what's his bother? Is it the Champions league, Lionel Messi? I was saying let pride not tarnish this guy's career. The so-called famously proud Mourinho is content with coaching a Roma that is a step-down for him. Ancelloti had to stoop low and coach Everton. The coaching world too has changed recently,no jobs like before,younger coaches taking over the scene. So, reality is that football has changed a lot now. Argentine star Paulo Dybala at the humble pie and joined Roma, eventhough he ought to be playing for a Champions league side. I guess,he reckons that he could help qualify them for the Champions League, the coming season. Why won't Ronaldo think like that,especially as it is a very astute coach United now has and they are making world class signings. I felt it is a certain pride that won't let him stay on at United. Then I began to look closely into Ronny's thought process and I fault his under-estimating what Allegri didn't like about him,however he may very well be right to seek a move away. Come to think of it, I don't think it strange that a Ronny playing in Europe, should be thinking of the Balon D'or. Now the great Irish, Gareth Bale or the Brazilian Neymar even, can overlook this title,but Ronny deserves to think in this line,if he wants to. And at his age, he doesn't have much time on his hands to win more Balon D'ors. Furthermore, he is experienced enough to know what competition counts more– the Champions league, the Worldcup. The Europa Cup(which United will play in) will in no small way hurt his cause, because the mindset of the judges are already set on the Champions league. So maybe we can cut him some slack here. Perhaps not that he is too big headed to continue with United, but he is constrained for time, not many years to play with AT ALL. One year means a lot at his age. Playing in the Champions league will give him a much better headstart, in the eyes of the Balon D'or judges. So if one asks me, if Ronny should still be thinking of the World Footballer of the Year trophy, I would reply,why not,he still is as fit as a 27yr old or younger. It's only painful that "modern football" is holding sway almost everywhere,such that coaches are thinking twice about him. By the way Ronny's return to Manchester is not to give up and embrace the United course the coming season, but for showdown talks with the club demanding an exit.
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ogeewitty
'Hawking' Cristiano,could be correct afterall.
It has made news that Ronaldo is back in town– back in Manchester after holidaying in his native,Portugal, and being permitted by the new coach to stay away from the team's camp for pre-season as he requested he had pressing personal issues to deal with. ![untitled.gif](https://media.tenor.com/images/83e58f9c5cfafcda80ac2bf0ed9c8ccb/tenor.gif) However,since the signing of United's new coach,Erik ten Hag, it seems it was Ronaldo's cue to leaving his beloved Manchester United. His super agent Jorge Mendes has been offering him to various Champions league clubs, all to no avail. Clubs keep rejecting his services from Manchester City to PSG to Barcelona to Bayern to Chelsea and others. He seems stuck and on the other hand United fans are becoming impatient with proceedings. They know he wants to play in the Champions league and it's now looking like he is not loyal to a club who loves him and made him famous and valuable during his early days. So we often saw news like this,coming through: Today it has come to the door step of Atletico Madrid and their fans will have none of it: But why are clubs stalling concerning Cristiano? It's because of what I call "modern football". Last summer Juventus,under their new acquired coach(and former coach) Massimmilano Allegri were happy to let Ronny go. Allegri was not assuring him of a regular spot in the starting line-up, but was still counting on him. Ofcourse,the competitive Ronny we know couldn't take that and he agreed to go to Manchester City before United gazumped the deal and signed him back. What were Allegri's reasons? Please follow on. What is happening today is that more teams are buying into what I will call "modern football". The days of indulging a player is more or less over. That is why an Ozil became a liability in Arsenal and in Fernabache and began to be 'hawked' around,before another Turkish club came to his rescue,this summer. What I refer to as modern football is that which involves everyone,with no exception, being part of the attacking phase as well as the defensive phase of the game. The coaches know Ronny is terrific on the ball,but very few are willing to pay the price for what he does without it. Carlo Ancelloti has since confessed of suffering when using Ronny, it was Di Maria that kept saving the situation,covering up gaps Ronny won't fill when he isn't with the ball. By the way, I think Di Maria to Juve is such a reward for a player who does a lot of "dirty jobs". It's a pity wat Ronny is having to go through. Initially I was questioning his desire to leave United. It looked like jumping ship. I will ask, what's his bother? Is it the Champions league, Lionel Messi? I was saying let pride not tarnish this guy's career. The so-called famously proud Mourinho is content with coaching a Roma that is a step-down for him. Ancelloti had to stoop low and coach Everton. The coaching world too has changed recently,no jobs like before,younger coaches taking over the scene. So, reality is that football has changed a lot now. Argentine star Paulo Dybala at the humble pie and joined Roma, eventhough he ought to be playing for a Champions league side. I guess,he reckons that he could help qualify them for the Champions League, the coming season. Why won't Ronaldo think like that,especially as it is a very astute coach United now has and they are making world class signings. I felt it is a certain pride that won't let him stay on at United. Then I began to look closely into Ronny's thought process and I fault his under-estimating what Allegri didn't like about him,however he may very well be right to seek a move away. Come to think of it, I don't think it strange that a Ronny playing in Europe, should be thinking of the Balon D'or. Now the great Irish, Gareth Bale or the Brazilian Neymar even, can overlook this title,but Ronny deserves to think in this line,if he wants to. And at his age, he doesn't have much time on his hands to win more Balon D'ors. Furthermore, he is experienced enough to know what competition counts more– the Champions league, the Worldcup. The Europa Cup(which United will play in) will in no small way hurt his cause, because the mindset of the judges are already set on the Champions league. So maybe we can cut him some slack here. Perhaps not that he is too big headed to continue with United, but he is constrained for time, not many years to play with AT ALL. One year means a lot at his age. Playing in the Champions league will give him a much better headstart, in the eyes of the Balon D'or judges. So if one asks me, if Ronny should still be thinking of the World Footballer of the Year trophy, I would reply,why not,he still is as fit as a 27yr old or younger. It's only painful that "modern football" is holding sway almost everywhere,such that coaches are thinking twice about him. By the way Ronny's return to Manchester is not to give up and embrace the United course the coming season, but for showdown talks with the club demanding an exit.
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