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Breaking News - City Sign Brazilian Ronaldo

Breaking News - Manchester City sign Brazilian superstar Ronaldo.

The following has been translated into English from the original Spanish print.



Quote...

Ronaldo (31) accepted the proposal from Manchester City and will play in the Premier League from next January.

The contract signed by the 'Phenomenon' will last for one season with the option to stay for a second.

Ronaldo is expected to earn more than his fellow countryman, Robinho.


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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday September 15 2008
Time: 2:49PM

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Ronaldo with half a leg is more lethal than most premiership strikers when fully fit. Sparky also has a good record of keeping crocked players fit see Santa Cruz, Dunn, Bellamy and others at blackburn.
durks de rover
15/09/2008 14:55:00
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If its true, welcome aboard big man! You best stay off the burgers from now on though!
oliverblue
15/09/2008 14:59:00
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I think we can trust Hughes to play his best side. There will be opportunities for Ronaldo when he is fit. Also a 12-month contract isn't too bad. There is a higher-than-usual risk factor about this one, but it could turn out to be very shrewd business.
Sindbad
15/09/2008 15:00:00
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Hughes is certainly shrewd Sinbad! A fully fit and firing Ronaldo would cost £30m+ in today's market. Time will tell!
oliverblue
15/09/2008 15:03:00
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Well someone had to sign him, gonna be one of those players either a great signing or a poor one. Either way it is another signal of intent of Man City.
young_jonah
15/09/2008 15:05:00
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Pile of *****e. The guy is totally finished. Why would you go near him with all your mega-zillions? Surely the likes of Gomez / Villa etc, your deadline day targets make more sense in the long run?
SirLes
15/09/2008 15:52:00
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Sirtes...It is very difficult to sign players in January especially if they are playing in the Champions League so this short term signing is a very shrewd move. If he flops so what, but then again he might just light up The Premiership like the crock Santa Cruz did..
alphieblues
15/09/2008 16:01:00
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Yeah put Santa Cruz is a lot younger than Ronlardo!
mcfcthriller
15/09/2008 16:12:00
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As long a Ronaldo's legs keep going he'll be a fantastic asset to the club. The Arabs want as much publicity as possible hence the signing. Ronaldo is just another step in their quest to take over the footballing world!
Tudor
15/09/2008 16:19:00
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10 years ago, I watched Gareth Taylor playing up front for City. I'll take on Ronlardo.
Johnny Baguette
15/09/2008 16:28:00
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