Floppy Perez

diegoscrotch:

there are more photos of Gonzalo celebrating than Luka + Cris both I swear

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[Cristiano, I don’t think I’ve ever heard a former player come back and get such a good reception. Was that quite emotional for you at the start?]
It was unbelievable. It was an emotional moment for me. For both games… especially tonight. It was unbelievable. I don’t have words to explain what I feel. I just have one word to say: unbelievable. (x)

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“I’m happy to win but also sad for Manchester United. I didn’t celebrate the goal but I was happy inside. I have a lot of respect for the support that the fans gave me in my six years in Manchester. The most important thing was to win and we are very happy. I’ve done my job, which was to help Real Madrid win and go through to the quarters. I scored at the Bernabeu and I’ve done it again here.” - Cristiano Ronaldo (video) | 05-03-13

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Carlota’s Tweets: [from the bottom up]
People called for a life ban for De Jong, that he shouldn’t return to playing football, and today Nani’s act wasn’t even a red. Very well then.
I’m sorry, but it seems to me obscene to question the red.You may not have seen it, but he [Nani] went in with the studs forward.
And hi leg five feet above the ground. What is it? If there’s no broken rib then there’s no punishment?
[In response to someone saying “Carlota, I’m an Arbeloaista!!! But I see this action [the red] as very doubtful! Anyways, he was well sent off!]: Doubtful why? It seems to me a dangerous, no, a very dangerous foul. Yellow cards are taken out for much less.
If the action is committed with the use of excessive force, and the opponent is at clear risk of being injured, the offender should be expelled.
When a player makes a foul from behind or from the side, the risk of injury increases, and well the player who receives it often cannot see the action and can therefore not prevent it. These are the rules of football.

Carlota’s Tweets: [from the bottom up]

People called for a life ban for De Jong, that he shouldn’t return to playing football, and today Nani’s act wasn’t even a red. Very well then.

I’m sorry, but it seems to me obscene to question the red.You may not have seen it, but he [Nani] went in with the studs forward.

And hi leg five feet above the ground. What is it? If there’s no broken rib then there’s no punishment?

[In response to someone saying “Carlota, I’m an Arbeloaista!!! But I see this action [the red] as very doubtful! Anyways, he was well sent off!]: Doubtful why? It seems to me a dangerous, no, a very dangerous foul. Yellow cards are taken out for much less.

If the action is committed with the use of excessive force, and the opponent is at clear risk of being injured, the offender should be expelled.

When a player makes a foul from behind or from the side, the risk of injury increases, and well the player who receives it often cannot see the action and can therefore not prevent it. These are the rules of football.

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