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18:59

Sport

The Phenomenon

Rob Palmer

...been, when at the peak of his powers - Ronaldo Nazário. Better than Messi? More talented than Cristiano? Surely, he can't compare to Pelé. The answer is yes. When he was on top of his game, he had elements of all of those mentioned and more. He could ... agreed to get me a pair of size nines and threw some Nikes at me. "He wants them back tomorrow. They're his spares," he said. I couldn't believe that I'd borrowed a pair of boots with Ronaldo's motif sewn into them. Long story short, normally a ... Macca explained that I regularly raise money for charity, so Ronaldo allowed me to keep the boot, signed them and posed for the picture. I did auction off the left boot to raise a thousand pounds and contributed to charity, so morally I could hang onto

16:34

Sport

What's next for Ronaldo?

Rob Palmer

Cristiano Ronaldo will still continue to jump out at us from the pages of glossy magazines and grace us with his social media presence but I fear this is the final straight for one of the most dominant footballers on the planet. For a decade he ... that. Ronaldo could cite Zlatan Ibrahimovic who continues to shine above all others but his game was never about speed and chicanery. The contract at Real Madrid runs until 2021 when he will be 36. At that age he will still have his usefulness but ... let’s face it, it’s not about usefulness with him, it is all about being the centre of attention. Crazy salaries have been paid to those willing to head to China and subscribe to their footballing revolution, few have been justified. Cristiano Ronaldo

12:25

Sport

A chance for new stars to shine

Rob Palmer

Who would have thought that any team could be improved by shedding one of the greatest players of all time? It's true that Cristiano Ronaldo has inspired Real Madrid to crazy heights over the past decade but the transfer of his ego and his ... to shake your stuff in case it over-shadowed the headline performer. Gareth Bale hasn't said a word but his actions speak volumes. The Welshman is finally flourishing in the absence of Ronaldo. It is like an enlightenment. I suspect Bale decided ... now front of the stage belting out a tune. Isco, a frustrated genius can twirl now that he's unshackled. For almost a decade nobody got a chance to take a free kick if Ronaldo was on the field; Isco has already weighed in with two free kick goals.

16:43

Sport

Pretenders to the throne

Rob Palmer

...years that accolade has been shared by Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. We all want to see new superstars shine but in truth there's still nobody to touch the pair of them for individual brilliance. They have been, and still are, a class apart from ... the rest of football's civilisation. The hipster types like to throw statistics at you. Ronaldo almost singlehandedly took Real Madrid to the Champions League final with 13 goals in 13 games; if you want to be pedantic six in seven in the year 2018. ... Modri? made more of an individual impression on Croatia reaching the World Cup Final and he was a major player in Real Madrid's Champions League success. I thought he had a vintage season and was the most influential individual... after Cristiano Ronaldo

14:35

Sport

“I may quit Spain” says Ronaldo as he settles tax bill to try to avoid possible jail

sur madrid

Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed to pay 14.7 million euros of alleged tax debt ahead of a court appearance, in a bid to show ‘good faith’ and avoid a possible jail term if he is found guilty of tax evasion. The Real Madrid star player, who strenuously ... denies any wrongdoing, made the move on Wednesday after he received a summons to appear in court in Pozuelo de Alcarcón, Madrid, on 31 July. The news of the court summons reached Ronaldo earlier in the week as he was preparing for Wednesday’s ... office) says that Ronaldo used a network of offshore companies to ensure that the income he received from the rights to his personal image, including advertising campaigns, wouldn’t be taxed at higher rates in Spain, where the player resides. The

19:15

Sport

Following in some big footsteps

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

...finding it impossible catch him. He was the first 18-year-old to play for Portugal since Cristiano Ronaldo, he shares the same agent and many of the same footballing attributes as the freshly-crowned FIFA World Player of the Year. However, I'd contend

17:13

Sport

In need of some stardust

Rob Palmer

...went on to play for Real Madrid. You can name them all; everyone can. The best of a generation took to the Spanish stage: Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, Rivaldo, Luis Figo, Ronaldinho, Fabio Cannavaro and Kaká have all exhibited their talents for Barcelona ... or Real Madrid. For the past decade-and-a-half, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo battled for the crown. Even those who were never anointed as the best in the world - David Beckham, Thierry Henry and Davor Šuker - were signed by Real and Barça. ... Lionel Messi, the best player in world, is still the central attraction - but the very best of the rest are playing elsewhere. Cristiano Ronaldo has just been on a run where he scored 16 goals in 11 games for Juventus; Kylian Mbappé is tied to Paris

16:56

Sport

What dreams are made of

Rob Palmer

...back on Barcelona for Real Madrid, it's just that there are three other World Footballers of the Year to accommodate. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo walk into any 'greatest of...' team without any argument. Splitting the pair is Ronaldo Nazário.

22:07

Opinion

Force of will

Peter Edgerton

...self-appointed scientific experts who pop up constantly in the media to contradict each other in a battle of egos worthy of Ronaldo and Mourinho in their pomp. Meanwhile, ministers and leaders are left to try to explain the inexplicable, leaving themselves wide