The Portuguese forward has departed Real Madrid after nine years in the club. Although the club is currently focusing on their new signings, they have not completely let go of their former star. Ronaldo has been criticised for his attitude towards Real Madrid fans. The club’s president Florentino Perez has been pictured congratulating the former player, while Ronaldo has spoken out about his displeasure at reports that he is trying to return to the club.
Real Madrid fans chanting “Cristiano” during game against Espanyol
At the start of the 7th minute of the game against Espanyol, Real Madrid fans chanted ‘Cristiano’ in support of the Portugal international. The fans were also chanting for his twin brother and his late baby son. The twins, who were born on December 11, have been named after their father. Cristiano was on compassionate leave from Real Madrid after the birth of his baby son. He returned for the games against Arsenal and Chelsea, scoring the only goals against each team.
Following the incident, La Liga wrote to the Royal Spanish Football Federation to investigate chants made against Ronaldo and Real Madrid. The FA found six incidents during the game to be racially motivated and worthy of inciting violence. The chants were heard by official match observers at the Santiago Bernabeu and were heard by sections of Atletico fans. The Spanish FA will now speak to both clubs.
After the game, Madrid fans celebrated with a victory. After the game, fans headed to the Cibeles fountain for a traditional celebration. The next big game will be against Manchester City. Manchester City won the Spanish title last season, so Madrid fans are eager to beat the English team. And the next step in that journey is the UCL. The team will need to overcome a 4-3 deficit against Manchester City to advance to the knockout stage.
The Spanish team has not lost a match this season. In fact, Real Madrid have won five of their six games against Espanyol, and have beaten them in every game. This victory makes Cristiano Ronaldo level with Luis Suarez in the Pichichi standings. And, despite the hat-trick, Ronaldo is still a world soccer superstar.
After a stunning 4-0 win over Espanyol on Wednesday night, the players chanted ‘Cristiano!’ in tribute of their star player. After a 4-3 loss to Manchester City on Tuesday night, the Madrid players knew they could still win LaLiga with a draw. They knew they could not afford to lose confidence in such a game, and the victory over Espanyol boosted their morale and spirit before the semi-finals of the Champions League.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez greets former player
The enigmatic and divisive Florentino Perez was spotted visiting Real Madrid training on Saturday. The Portuguese winger has returned to work after an almost month-long absence. The 33-year-old trained alongside his teammates at the club’s Valdebebas training base, and worked individually with the club’s fitness coach. It is widely believed that the Portuguese international is eyeing a return to the Santiago Bernabeu for his first appearance of the season, in the Spanish Super Cup against Barcelona.
Perez was the man responsible for letting Ronaldo leave the club, and the decision to let him leave has certainly affected the club. The club does not have much hope of winning a trophy this season, and he has failed to get the desired result. So, the president has to find a way to deal with the situation and keep his side on track. The only way to do that is to be bold and take a gamble.
Before joining the board of directors of Real Madrid, Florentino Perez was an engineer. He later decided to enter politics and was elected general secretary of the newly-founded Democratic Reformist Party. He was a member of the Democratic Reformist Party, but it was dissolved after the 1986 Spanish election because it failed to get enough votes to get representatives in parliament. Florentino Perez pursued other goals and eventually became president of the Spanish club.
However, despite his claims, there is no evidence to suggest that Ronaldo was a victim of sex discrimination. It has not been established whether or not he was abused, but it is likely that the Real Madrid president sincerely does love Ronaldo. Whether the Portuguese player was a victim of harassment, Perez does not appear to have a soft spot for the former player.
Despite his sex, Perez has maintained a cordial relationship with the press. He frequently invites journalists to the Bernabeu presidential box. He spends time with journalists, chatting with them in the process. The president has been accused of leaking sensitive information to the media. Instead of allowing the bad news to break, he seeks to censor negative stories about Real Madrid.
Ronaldo criticises reports that he is trying to return to the club
Cristiano Ronaldo has hit out at reports he is trying to return to Real Madrid and has hit out at Carlo Ancelotti. In a statement on Instagram, Ronaldo criticised the rumours and said, “My story at Real Madrid is over.” He also denied reports that he was in talks to leave Juventus. In an ensuing conversation with a Spanish newspaper, the Portuguese international said: “If I am going to leave Juventus, I’m going to stay in this club,” a caption read.
Despite the reports that he is trying to leave Manchester United, Ronaldo has been impressive for United, particularly in the Champions League. However, he is unhappy with his team’s performance and has criticised reports that he is trying to return to Real Madrid. He has been linked with a move to Liverpool, but it’s unclear if he’ll remain in England.
The news is very interesting. While the Spanish club won the La Liga last weekend against Espanyol, they are still battling for a Champions League place. Real Madrid are already looking ahead to the 2022-23 season, and Ronaldo is rumoured to be one of their targets. But will the former Manchester United player really be able to make it in Madrid?
Several reports have suggested that Ronaldo has been eyeing a return to the Spanish capital, but the star has criticised reports that he is trying to go elsewhere. The club has also been linked with Barcelona and Bayern Munich. But there’s a catch. Ronaldo’s contract is up in June 2023, and he could stay at Old Trafford until that time.
Juventus has failed to qualify for the Champions League with Ronaldo at the centre. In a recent game, Ronaldo scored twice against Juventus and made it to the quarterfinals. In three seasons with Juventus, the club has failed to reach the quarterfinals of the competition without a striker. However, despite the lack of success, he remains the record goalscorer for the club, with four goals in 133 appearances.
Messi taunts Real Madrid fans
After scoring his 500th league goal against Real Madrid in the latest El Clasico, Lionel Messi took advantage of the opportunity to celebrate his achievement in a public fashion. The Barcelona forward removed his shirt in front of the Bernabeu mob. While his team-mates are proud to show their Real Madrid pride, he seems to revel in the moment. The Argentine has become a popular figure in Madrid, with fans praising him for his performance.
Before the Clasico, Real Madrid fans had looked down on the Spanish champions. Despite being 15 points ahead of their rivals, Real fans had sneered at Barcelona for failing to retain Lionel Messi last summer. The Argentine joined Paris Saint-Germain after the club was unable to extend his contract after he failed to agree to a new deal. While Barcelona may not have kept Messi last summer, the Spaniard is now the all-time leading scorer in Clasicos. Despite the boos, Barcelona had a new scoring hero in the form of Pierre-Emeyang. He scored two goals and assisted another and led the team to a 4-0 victory.
This infamous incident happened in the Spanish La Liga last season. Real Madrid had pushed for a winner in stoppage time, but Barcelona won back the ball and regained possession. After a quick counter, Jordi Alba played the ball to Messi inside the box. The Argentine star then pulled his shirt off, showing his true nature and taking the opportunity to taunt the Real Madrid fans.
Messi is a brilliant goalscorer, but he doesn’t need to score to make an impact. While he was the target of cynical Real tactics in 2010, he played a free role and caused havoc. He set up two goals for David Villa and made it 5-0 late on. A few months later, he scored an incredible hat-trick in the infamous El Clasico.
It’s hard to avoid the obvious disrespect towards the superstar. Real Madrid fans have been known to boo players who don’t perform as expected. The legendary Iker casillas and the young Raul were both shipped out of the Santiago Bernabeu. Ronaldo was the recipient of many such taunts by Madrid fans but has grown a thick skin. He reacted by scoring goals, and the boos have changed nothing about his performance.