Looking back at Ronaldoâ€™s 2007/08 season, there are so many memorable moments!
From his amazing free kick against Portsmouth to his super header in the final of the Champions League, from his nomination as Englandâ€™s Best Player to his triumph for the Fifa World Player of the year award, Ronaldoâ€™s achievement was none less than remarkable. Fortsätt läsa What was your favourite moment in Ronaldoâ€™s 2007/08 season?
The Premier League comes on this weekend with Manchester United playing at home to Everton in Saturdayâ€™s late kick off.
All eyes will be on Cristiano Ronaldo, as he is expected to continue with his recent improved form.
The Portuguese winger â€“ whose brace last season ensured Manchester Unitedâ€™s last victory over the Toffees â€“ scored three goals in his last four games for the Reds, two of which came earlier on Tuesday against West Bromwich Albion.
Ronaldo is now up to fourth in the EPL Goal King Chart, sharing the place with Wiganâ€™s Egyptian sensation Amr Zaki who also has ten goals in his name. Fortsätt läsa Ronaldo to find back his scoring boots
The English Premier League resumed on Tuesday with defending Champions Manchester United facing West Bromwich Albion away. With 12 players on the injury list, the pressure was on Tevez, Berbatov, Giggs and Ronaldo , to get the job doneâ€¦
The Red Devils were already 3-0 up with goals from Berba, Tevez, and Vidic, and Cristiano Ronaldo added more to the misery of West Brom who had their captain Paul Robinson sent off just before half time. Fortsätt läsa Ronaldo scores twice as Man U triumph 5-0
Cristiano Ronaldoâ€™s achievement last year was none less than distinctively remarkable. The Portuguese clinched the EPL and the Champions League titles as well as the Fifa World Club Cup in Japan with Manchester United in a fashionable manner.
The Star winger managed a breathtaking number of over 40 goals for the Red Devils, some of which were against big guns like Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and French Champions Lyon, and he also scored in the the World Club Cup to engrave his influencial display.
Asked what mark out of 10 he will give to his memorable performance of last season, Ronaldo answered The Daily Star: Fortsätt läsa Team player Ronaldo seeks to hit 10
On a day when thereâ€™s not much news to tell about Ronaldo, CRFâ€™s Chief Editor Angela Asante takes the opportunity to ask viewers how it feels to support Cristiano Ronaldo.
The recently crowned Fifa World Player of the Year currently receives more negative criticism than praises. If itâ€™s not about his body gesture on the pitch, itâ€™s about a comment he made about himself; if itâ€™s not about his â€œdiving anticsâ€, itâ€™s about his â€œbig game flop habitâ€â€¦
Well, in general, the public always has something bad to say about Ronaldo! Fortsätt läsa How must it feel to love Ronaldo?
The transfer saga is over, yes, but the Giants of Madrid haven’t stop chasing the precious boy from Madeira – Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 23 year old Portuguese footballer has declared several time this season that he was delighted with his life at Manchester and focused on leading the Red Devils to achieve more success this year again.
Despite scoring the winner against Derby over the two legs in the League Cup semis, Ronaldo’s current form is yet to equal the one he had last season. After showing a consistent remarkable performance throughout last year, pressure has been on Ronaldo to emulate his pedigree this time round.
It’s certainly not an easy thing to do and Ronaldo made it clear that hitting the form he had in 2008 was a real challenge.
Perhaps Ronaldo’s physical condition has something to do with his failure to be the ”Ronaldo” we all knew last year. However, this seems not to be the only cause. Fortsätt läsa Cristiano Ronaldo, hunted and pressured
What is Real Madrid’s Portuguese defender Pepe trying to do? Reveal the truth or shake things up?
Cristiano Ronaldo’s national team mate has spoken to the media about last summer’s transfer saga:
â€œCristiano said he has a desire to come to Madrid, but things did not turn out well,â€ Pepe told Onda Cero. Fortsätt läsa Pepe: Ronaldo likes Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo’s hunger and thirst to achieve more success everyday makes the player distinctively ambitious.
The Portuguese Superstar scooped all major individual trophies as a reward to his dazzling form last season, which adds to his team medals as Manchester United clinched the EPL, the Champions League and the Fifa World Club Cup in Japan.
Ronaldo has set his desire on dominating the world of soccer once again with his dear club Manchester United.
The 2008/2009 season is now at its half-way, and the 23 year old winger is already thinking of winning the quadruple. Fortsätt läsa Ronaldo’s dream may come true
Manchester United’s Portuguese Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo continues to dominate the world of football after being selected in Fifa’s Best XI of 2008. The results were based on a worldwide survey conducted on FIFA.com.
The reigning World Player of the Year was emphatically elected with 52% of the votes ahead of Lionel Messi. Both complete the line of strikers upfront in a selection that had almost no surprises.
Spanish players filled most of the places with Xavi, Puyol, and Sergio Ramos all included in the squad.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player in the team to represent the current EPL, Champions League, and Fifa World Club Cup titleholders Manchester United, after team mates Patrice Evra and Fortsätt läsa Ronaldo nominated in FIFA’s Team of 2008
Everybody has probably heard of Manchester Cityâ€™s mega Â£107million bid for AC Milanâ€™s Brazilian Star KakÃ¡.
The Sky Blues are aiming to strengthen their struggling team with the help of their new owners. Owner Dr. Sulaiman Al-Fahim believes that luring big names from other clubs to the blue side of Manchester is the perfect solution to build a strong squad and challenge the big four.
Money is no obstacle for the Abu Dhabi Group. The possible arrival of KakÃ¡ next week or in the summer might encourage Manchester City to bid for more great players. Fortsätt läsa Fergie warns City: Donâ€™t bid for Ronaldo!