take it easy you guys, no need to get angry....THE BOTTOM LINE IS ARSENAL WILL DOMENATE THE WORLD starting next season. lol
have fun quoting me....
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On another note I'm going to leave this thread I try to get on with people and all I get is ''Liverpool are ****'' ''we are better than you'' ''all you pool fans go on about is your history''.
A load of generalised **** had enough of it.
Some good news, looks a real talent.
Ramsey fee agreed
United have agreed a fee with Cardiff City to bring talented teenager Aaron Ramsey to Old Trafford.
The 17-year-old left-sided midfielder has yet to agree personal terms and must also pass a medical before any deal can be completed.
A club spokesperson told ManUtd.com: "Manchester United is delighted to announce it has agreed terms with Cardiff City for the transfer of Aaron Ramsey subject to contract terms being agreed and the player passing a medical."
But the Reds aren't the only club in for the teenager. Cardiff have confirmed that "three top Premier League teams" have made bids, with two given permission to speak to the Wales starlet.
Ramsey, who has attracted plenty of interest from the best clubs in England, is considered one of his country's brightest prospects in recent years and follows in an impressive line of left-sided Welsh players, including Gareth Bale and his idol Ryan Giggs.
He earned rave reviews following his performance in Cardiff's 2-0 FA Cup quarter-final win over Middlesbrough and played in their final defeat to Portsmouth at Wembley.
He is a great alright but dont forget that the race isnt over, and their is a big chance for arsenal to win him in our side.
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Not to mention Ryan Giggs is his hero. But i'm not ruling out him moving to Arsenal just yet. I really want to see him at United but I wish the lad good luck either way cos he's a real talent and I know he can make it in the Premier League.
07-16-2008 #261RONALDO TO STAR IN REMAKE OF 'ROOTS'
FOOTBALLER Cristiano Ronaldo is being lined up to star in a multi-million dollar remake of the epic TV series Roots.
Ronaldo has demanded £3.5m per episodeProducers say the star's treatment at the hands of Manchester United make him the perfect choice to portray the young African slave who is beaten by his brutal masters.
The Portuguese winger said he had been traumatised by 'outrageous' demands that he honour the £125,000 a week, legally-binding contract, which has brought him only, misery, adulation and Gemma Atkinson.
Speaking from the titanium gazebo in the rose garden of his 31-room mansion, Ronaldo said: "I feel I can relate to the suffering of African slaves.
"If anything, it is worse, because footballers cannot sing while we work, whereas they had time to develop gospel music during their 16-hours shifts before dropping dead from exhaustion."
In the series a young African boy is dragged from his homeland and shipped to America where he is forced to work in the fields by a cruel and violent plantation owner.
"The similarities are uncanny, though admittedly, the Lear Jet that flew me from Lisbon to Manchester wasn't packed with 150 other players sleeping head-to-toe."
Ronaldo also conceded that, while the slave-master in Roots administered brutal beatings, Man Utd boss Sir Alex Ferguson had nurtured his talent, lavished him with praise and turned him into one of the best footballers in the world.
"But without the freedom to do whatever I want, wherever I want, for whatever fee I want, I am exactly the same as a cotton picker forced to live in a shed, dying at the age of 32."
He added: "I know the people will love my acting. Already, in the streets, I hear many of them calling me 'Kunta'."
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I'm suprised no one posts in this thread no more.
Because apart from Calderon making a *** out of himself in the Ronaldo saga we've got jack **** going on in the transfer market, whilst every other team is signing players.
First trophy of the season eh?
Started where we finished, but with a much less nerve-wracking penalty shoot out.
Fergie on the trail of a striker - claims in the Mail on Sunday of one from left field, none other than Thierry Henry!
Can't see it happening but it would piss the gooners and scousers off no end.
If Pompey could hit a penalty it would of went there.
Youre a vile club.
Its the community shield.
Not a cup a shield.
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