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Why Not Go For Freebie Ronaldo?!!

Why Not Go For Freebie Ronaldo?!!

We need a striker right? Why not go for Freebie Ronaldo!!!

I'm a massive fan of the villa I have followed them since I was yay big, and as we are now in this exciting phase where we are on the cusp of greatest I think it's time we think very big.

Now I know he has had his injury problems Mr Ronaldo and is still recovering from a serious injury but we need a proven goal scorer to add to the squad right?

Well this guy on his day is a proven goal scorer at any level and it amazes me that this guy is still a free agent has everyone forgotten about him?

Why not give this guy a 2 year contract with us so he can prove his fitness and put any gremlins to bed, even if he was used sparingly this guy is pure class and with Martin O'Neils legendary motivational skills imagine what he could do for us, even better imagine what it would be like for the likes of Gabby, Ashley and all the young attacking players at villa to have none other than the legendary Ronaldo being there mentor!!

I must not be the only one that thinks this.

What does everyone else think, we need to get the message to Martin to at least attempt to sign this legend of the game up, and maybe Mr Fear can use his influence with the likes of Mr Lerner and co to get him to VP!

matt365villa




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Writer:matt365villa
Date:Wednesday September 10 2008
Time: 8:00AM

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his career is over
Pking
10/09/2008 08:15:00
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I'm afraid he is on his way to us.
alphieblues
10/09/2008 08:24:00
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I've talked about this on the forum before. Why not indeed?
olafthegreat
10/09/2008 08:30:00
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I'd say a seinsbile enough reason is that his wage demands are astronomic, and relative to what he can bring to the club, I don't think he'll be worth it. I mean, we've got the Hare, right? Seriously, the amount that he'd be asking, and the unrest that could potentially cause in the dressing room could be dangerous, but, having said that, Mr O'Niell's been fond of signing the odd player in the twighlight of their career, hasn't he.
lorenzo
10/09/2008 08:46:00
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he said in an article he has no interest in playing in the english league
Astonian Villan
10/09/2008 08:47:00
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If he wasn't injured when he came he would soon pick an injury up from somewhere. The pace is too much for him and not to mention the weather. 6-8 years ago he would have torn the prem apart.
Villan444
10/09/2008 08:54:00
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He's too old, too slow, too fat and too *****! Wouldn't touch him with a barge pole.
DeanoVilla
10/09/2008 08:56:00
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I was saying this the other day on the debate - I would love to see him at Villa Park. He is one of my all time favourite players and despite his problems (weight, injuries and transexual hookers) he is still an out and out goal machine, even at Milan his goals to games ratio was very impressive. It wont happen though, 1) because we wouldnt pay his wages and 2) I dont think he would want to come to Birmingham, he is a bit of a playboy after all and probably happy to play out his remaining couple of years in the sun, without having to really challenge himself.
Tez86
10/09/2008 09:31:00
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He'd flop like Sheva for Chelsea, except a lot worse. As 444 said above, the pace of this league would destroy him, especially since he's barely played recently.
Mayo_12
10/09/2008 09:33:00
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He's too old, too slow, too fat and too *****! Wouldn't touch him with a barge pole. ______________________________________________________________ And he's still better than Agbonlahor!
Villasimmo
10/09/2008 09:38:00
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