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I wish United would complain to UEFA about the constant deliberate "news leaking" from Real Madrid about how much they want to buy Ronaldo. Its deliberate cold blooded unsettling tactics and it won't work.

I am seriously getting very annoyed with Real over this. They think they can have anyone they want and to hell with the rules. We should all send emails to UEFA and complain.

http://www.uefa.com/uefa/contacts.html


I wish to make a complaint about Real Madrid and their constant news features about how much they want Cristiano Ronaldo and how much they are willing to pay. It is deliberate tactics to try and unsettle our player who has just signed a re-newed contract and who has publically stated, over and over again, that he is happy with Manchester United. Will you please tell Real Madrid to back off and go away. PLEASE!
This is what I sent them.
 

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Fair play for sending mate........

.........doubt they're going to listen though.

News means readers and it's unlikely they'll listen to a single United fan!


But fair play nonetheless! ;)
 

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great job RD....they're very annoying with this transfer rubbish....Ronaldo has told hundread of times that he won't leave because he enjoys life at Manchester...RD can't do it on his own..and we should follow he's example...so..everybody..start emailing to UEFA...but be polite
 

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I agree with your complaints, but theres no point complaining.

They aren't exactly going to listen to a set of supporters, are they?

Until United themselves complain, their not gonna take it seriously.
 

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we got 5.000 members now. When we all send an email to the uefa, will their server crash? If so, come on then, email them!!!
 

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Real Madrid want to buy Cristiano Ronaldo, arguably the world's best player.

They will do whatever they can to secure him.

The media is a powerful tool, and they are exploiting that in an attempt to get Ronaldo.

Nothing illegal about it, something we have to live with.

We can just get UEFA to tell Real Madrid to stop trying to buy him. It's football. Clubs buy players off other clubs.

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Bartmu said:
it´s not illegal, just annoying...
Which is probably how Tottenham fans are feeling about us trying to get Berbatov?

Will they send an e-mail to the FA to tell us to go away.

NO. Because transfers are part of football.

What a complete joke of a thread.
 

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Stephen said:
Which is probably how Tottenham fans are feeling about us trying to get Berbatov?

Will they send an e-mail to the FA to tell us to go away.

NO. Because transfers are part of football.

What a complete joke of a thread.
Well, u got a point there but on the other hand, there are limits. Not for Real tough.
 

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Bartmu said:
Well, u got a point there but on the other hand, there are limits. Not for Real tough.
Limits?

What limits?

Real Madrid are using the media to get Ronaldo. Nothing wrong with it. It's there to be used. THe media will twist your words.

Not doing anything wrong. Fair enough we can be angry that Real are taking the mick by bugging Ronaldo and United pratically every month, but sending an e-mail to UEFA.

It's laughable. Like UEFA will. THey will laugh at the senders. Thinking they know nothing about football if they are crying over an opposing teamshowing interest in one of their players.
 

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Oh the wonders of opinionated posts. You don't agree with something so you slag it off, why not set fire to your monitor too, then you wont have to read it either?

Grow up. Doing nothing achieves nothing. If one person complains in the right ear, more can be achieved than a host of tabloid rubbish. Those that sit back and moan about all the speculative journalism deliberately planted by clubs like Real are suffering from something we know in the UK as good old "apathy".

I may achieve nothing at all from this little venture but at least I got off my armchair to do it.

If you don't like it, why bother commenting?
 

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This is "not just paper talk" this is Real stirring it:

We'll sign Cristiano Ronaldo for £100m, boast Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Manchester United future was cast into doubt again last night as Real Madrid insisted the Portuguese superstar could be ready to leave Old Trafford this summer.

In a move guaranteed to infuriate Sir Alex Ferguson, sources at the Bernabeu were claiming Ronaldo's representatives are holding the door open for a move. "We are hearing there is still a possibility that Ronaldo will leave United," a spokesman at Real said.

A Bernabeu source added: "The suggestion coming from Ronaldo's people is that he is not sure United will make good on the promises he has been made, and is starting to wonder of there is anything more he can do in England. "We are talking about the best player in the world, who has won consecutive Premier League titles and could have won the Champions League as well by next week. "If he is looking for the next challenge, then it can only come by leaving England and there could be no club better to go to after leaving Old Trafford than Real Madrid."
 

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