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Sky Sports | Football | Premier League | News | Ron warned of free-kick harm

Manchester City boss Mark Hughes has warned Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo that he could pay the price for his free-kick technique.

Ronaldo's unique approach at deadball situations is renowned, and the Portugal international has scored many spectacular efforts during his career to date.

Former United striker Hughes, though, has suggested Ronaldo's approach to set-piece shooting could lead to lasting damage to his knees...
 

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True or false?

Sky Sports | Football | Premier League | News | Ron warned of free-kick harm

Manchester City boss Mark Hughes has warned Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo that he could pay the price for his free-kick technique.

Ronaldo's unique approach at deadball situations is renowned, and the Portugal international has scored many spectacular efforts during his career to date.

Former United striker Hughes, though, has suggested Ronaldo's approach to set-piece shooting could lead to lasting damage to his knees...
Where did he come up wih that. Didn't know he had studied the physiotherapy. I put it down to jealously and fear of him getting a few today against Citeh :mf_tongue:
 

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Lol @ Hughes, what does he know about this effecting his knees.

He is obviously worried about Ronaldo scoring from a free-kick today.

I don't think anyone could stop Ronaldo from using that Technique.
 

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Warning: Consequences of Ronaldo's free kick could be the following, a) scoring a goal against City, b) ruining Liverpoo's hopes and dreams, c) scoring from 40+ yards out, or d) hurting the wall.

The last consequence is the most common, yet worth it when the first 3 happen. :D
 
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Warning: Consequences of Ronaldo's free kick could be the following, a) scoring a goal against City, b) ruining Liverpoo's hopes and dreams, c) scoring from 40+ yards out, or d) hurting the wall.

The last consequence is the most common, yet worth it when the first 3 happen. :D
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I should probably change my post:

The drug, "CR7", has recently been released in England and Europe by the drug manufacturing company "AIG". Distributed by by "Manchester United F.C." at local football stadiums, the drug has become revolutionary. It is an all purpose drug, to be taken to prevent bodily harm from common viruses such as the "Drogba Strain" of the Swine Flu. It also promotes general bodily strength, allowing one to perform miraculous feats from 40+ yards, multiple times. This drug also promotes mental health as it helps memory, and allows the body to enhance it's muscle memory, allowing for techniques to be mastered, including but not limited to free kicks, headers, and long range shots.

Some side effects of the drug "CR7" are arrogance and petulance. Since the enhanced performance of humans is significant, the drug attempts to help one's mental health, though not all cases were successful. Other side effects include deflections and goals. Goals are to be expected, and in most cases are acceptable, however if the goals continue against your team, please call your doctor. Many goals in a short span of time might also occur, in which case you should again call your doctor. Depression for other teams is also a side effect. If your depression worsens, please call your local suicide hotline before you end up like half of Liverpool.

"CR7" is not available over the counter and a prescription is needed. For a prescription, please call Sir Alex Ferguson.
 

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I should probably change my post:

The drug, "CR7", has recently been released in England and Europe by the drug manufacturing company "AIG". Distributed by by "Manchester United F.C." at local football stadiums, the drug has become revolutionary. It is an all purpose drug, to be taken to prevent bodily harm from common viruses such as the "Drogba Strain" of the Swine Flu. It also promotes general bodily strength, allowing one to perform miraculous feats from 40+ yards, multiple times. This drug also promotes mental health as it helps memory, and allows the body to enhance it's muscle memory, allowing for techniques to be mastered, including but not limited to free kicks, headers, and long range shots.

Some side effects of the drug "CR7" are arrogance and pentulance. Since the enhanced performance of humans is significant, the drug attempts to help one's mental health, though not all cases were successful. Other side effects include deflections and goals. Goals are to be expected, and in most cases are acceptable, however if the goals continue against your team, please call your doctor. Many goals in a short span of time might also occur, in which case you should again call your doctor. Depression for other teams is also a side effect. If your depression becomes worsens, please call your local suicide hotline before you end up like half of Liverpool.

"CR7" is not available over the counter and a perscription is needed. For a perscription, please call Sir Alex Ferguson.
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