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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juvealbanian on Tue Jul 10, 2018 9:25 pm

Turin, 10 July 2018 - Juventus Football Club S.p.A. announces that the agreement with Real Madrid Club De Fùtbol S.p.A. for the definitive acquisition of the registration rights of the player Dos Santos Aveiro Cristiano Ronaldo has been reached for a consideration of € 100 million payable in 2 financial years, in addition to the solidarity contribution provided by FIFA regulations and additional costs of € 12 million.

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The deal is even more fantastic than we thought. 100m to Real payable in 2 years is great. Plus the extra 12m costs which I'm not sure if even Mendes is payed by that.The salary will be mostly payed by sponsors.

Still I read sm that Ronaldo can bring atleast 50-70m to Juve each year.

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by Doc on Tue Jul 10, 2018 9:33 pm

I clean forgot Iaquinta and Matri were Jjuve players at one point in time

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by Warrior on Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:27 pm

I wonder what will be his position. Higuain gone i wish he becomes our new CF.
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by salmano9 on Wed Jul 11, 2018 12:37 am

@rincon wrote:One thing I hope is that he isn't allowed to touch a free kick unless we are winning 3-0 vs Sassuolo. I can already imagine the cancer it will bring to see CR stand over a free kick instead of Dybala and Pjanic if he bitches about it.

Allegri is boss, not CR7.

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by Thimmy on Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:30 am

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@rincon wrote:One thing I hope is that he isn't allowed to touch a free kick unless we are winning 3-0 vs Sassuolo. I can already imagine the cancer it will bring to see CR stand over a free kick instead of Dybala and Pjanic if he bitches about it.


We shall see about that. I would surely prefer Dybala and Pjanic given the position of FK. but Cris can learn smth from our players as well right? Afterall he used to be better at taking FK's.


I doubt that's something he can improve on at this point in his career. His freekicks used to much better because he spent a great deal of his career practising knuckle balls, something he had to stop doing after his personal doctor told him it was gradually damaging his ankle. His freekicks have mostly been shit since. You already have, in my opinion, the most proven, currently active freekick taker in Pjanic, and I assume he'll continue as first choice for it on that side.

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by 80s_Stallone on Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:53 am

I don't want to rain on the parade but we need another cm
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juvealbanian on Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:37 am

@Thimmy wrote:
@juvealbanian wrote:
@rincon wrote:One thing I hope is that he isn't allowed to touch a free kick unless we are winning 3-0 vs Sassuolo. I can already imagine the cancer it will bring to see CR stand over a free kick instead of Dybala and Pjanic if he bitches about it.


We shall see about that. I would surely prefer Dybala and Pjanic given the position of FK. but Cris can learn smth from our players as well right? Afterall he used to be better at taking FK's.


I doubt that's something he can improve on at this point in his career. His freekicks used to much better because he spent a great deal of his career practising knuckle balls, something he had to stop doing after his personal doctor told him it was gradually damaging his ankle. His freekicks have mostly been shit since. You already have, in my opinion, the most proven, currently active freekick taker in Pjanic, and I assume he'll continue as first choice for it on that side.

Pjanic and Dybala are among the best in the world when it comes to free kicks.Pjanic usually better when he hits them from the left side of the pitch and Dybala from the right.
Yeah maybe Ronaldo is not practicing them knuckle balls anymore due to the reason you mentioned but he can master the curve ball playing alongside Pjanic.
Messi wasn't that great at free kicks and he has improved much these last 3-4 years.
It's never late to master FK. Anyway not a big problem since we already got 2 FK specialists.
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juvealbanian on Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:38 am

According to my fav sport newspaper and the most trusted source nowadays TUTTOSPORT the grand presentation will be done on Monday.
It is said that will be the greatest ever made for a player.
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juvealbanian on Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:50 am

Anyone had wet dreams?
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by S on Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:51 am

We play Real Madrid on August 4th in the US

Mark your dates

Not sure when's the last time I watched all our pre-season games but I definitely will this year Proud
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juvealbanian on Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:57 am

Some matches will be at around 1AM for me but that's not even a sacrifice. I stayed up till then reading recycled news for days.
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juvealbanian on Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:04 am

https://mobile.twitter.com/Cuadrado/status/1016779378179629057?s=19


What a great guy Juan is...CR7 took his jersey no. and yet he gives such a warm welcome.
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by S on Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:30 am

Marotta says it all began when Juve started negotiating for Cancelo:

"Cr7 & Cancelo have the same agent, Mendes.
When we realized that we could seize this opportunity, the company's shareholders agreed to back the operation.
I insist, it was a great team game."

Basically thanks Inter Proud
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by S on Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:33 am

Marotta: “It was Cristiano Ronaldo, who was first to believe in this deal, the first to launch it, he chose Juve & when he understood that we could take this opportunity, the club’s shareholders agreed to support the business.”
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juve_gigi on Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:01 pm

Hey guys,

I just wanted to let you know that I just woke up in Canada. I had a wet dream last night and then I woke up, logged into Goal Legacy, and realized my wet dream was actually true. We signed...

Cristiano fu##### Ronaldo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by S on Wed Jul 11, 2018 6:12 pm

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by Thimmy on Wed Jul 11, 2018 10:02 pm





Someone was trigger happy hmm

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by Warrior on Wed Jul 11, 2018 10:43 pm

@S wrote:

How i reacted

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juvealbanian on Wed Jul 11, 2018 10:43 pm

@Thimmy wrote:



Someone was trigger happy hmm

Soon to be followed by Pizza El Kommander
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Post by juvealbanian on Wed Jul 11, 2018 10:43 pm

ahahaha SIIIIUUUUU
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juve_gigi on Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:23 am

Serie A gets Ronaldomania
Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival is not just a game-changer for Juventus, but for all of Serie A, off the field as much as on it, argues Emmet Gates.


Juventus fans were outraged. The club had again increased the prices of season tickets. This time however, there was a serious hike, with tickets rising by as much as €300. To sit in the Curva, generally amongst the cheapest seats in any stadium in Italy, was now costing in excess of €600, by far and away the highest in Serie A.

Fans protested, and many argued that for the hike in prices they wanted to see a Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi playing in black and white. Fast forward two weeks later and Juve, incredibly, delivered.

The Ronaldo move has inevitably sent shockwaves around the world of football. Mass hysteria like this hasn’t been seen in Calcio since, coincidentally enough, the Brazilian Ronaldo signed for Inter in the summer of 1997 from Barcelona.

Last week, Juve’s shares spiked merely based on speculation of a Ronaldo transfer, when we were far away from any real confirmation. Ronaldo hasn’t even touched down in Turin and already the official online store and club shops around the city have ran out of the letters needed to print his name on the backs of shirts.

This was exactly why the club decided to spend €112m on this most brilliant of 33-year-olds. For aside from the mountain of goals that will surely follow, Ronaldo is a marketing behemoth, a one-man industry. A player with commercial appeal so vast and so far-reaching that if you accumulated every official Juventus account on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and combined their numbers, Ronaldo’s Twitter – alone - would still be ahead by some 23 million. That’s what Juventus are buying and hoping to gain; a gateway to greater mainstream acceptance.

In an era where young fans tend to support players rather than teams, the signing of Ronaldo could well prove to be Beppe Marotta’s finest masterstroke. Nobody in the game, with the exception of Ronaldo contemporary Messi, can move the needle quite like the Portuguese star. His arrival on Serie A shores has the potential to be a seismic game changer not just for Juve, but the league itself.

It’s been 21 years since Serie A signed the world’s best player. Whether you believe Ronaldo to be the best or not is immaterial, the fact remains he is the current Ballon d’Or holder. Many have arrived in Serie A and, over time, morphed into the finest players in the game. Zinedine Zidane, Pavel Nedved, Andriy Shevchenko and Kaka would all become Ballon d’Or winners.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic would become a star in his own, self-aggrandizing way, but you have to go back to original Ronaldo for the last time Italy bought the game’s No.1 at their peak.

The Ronaldo effect has been immediate. Since confirming the deal, Juve’s various social media platforms have increased by a million followers. The Juventus store in Milan is selling a Ronaldo shirt every minute.

Serie A is currently in the middle of negotiations for a new league sponsor. TIM, the Italian telecommunication stalwart that’s sponsored the league since 1998, decided to submit an offer deemed unacceptable by the league.

South Korean giants Samsung and Trenitalia are reported have expressed an interest in bidding for the rights. With Ronaldo now on board, the league’s in a strong bargaining position to demand increasingly more money for the naming rights. Ronaldo, above all else, will undoubtedly bring more eyeballs to the product.

Ronaldo’s arrival could entice further stars to cast their glances over a league that many felt lost its lustre 15 years ago. Napoli’s appointment of Carlo Ancelotti, in itself a brilliant coup, combined with Roma’s recent resurgence and Inter finally resembling some measure of stability after making the Champions League for the first time in six years, and you’re left with a league that is very much regaining its prestige.

On the pitch, we know what Ronaldo will guarantee: goals, but his goals are just one facet of the overall picture. Juve are desperate to win that third, elusive Champions League trophy. The drought now stands at a frankly ridiculous 22 years. Zbigniew Boniek was once coined ‘Bello di notte’ (beauty of the night) by the legendary Gianni Agnelli, due to his performances under the lights in European games. No one shines brighter mid-week than Ronaldo. The Champions League is his arena of torment.

Whether he can bring the trophy back to Turin remains to be seen. As Juve will attest, winning the Champions League involves huge slices of luck, and not just a finely constructed squad.

But one thing is certain, Juventus will gain exposure like never before, and that’s what the club seeks, and what they’re ultimately gambling the house with.

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by juve_gigi on Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:27 am

Cuadrado 7 to Cristiano Ronaldo
By Football Italia staff

Juan Cuadrado has given up his Juventus Number 7 jersey for new arrival Cristiano Ronaldo. “It is better to give than to receive. Blessings on this shirt.”

The decision had been inevitable, as CR7 is a whole brand, but the Colombia international handed over the Bianconeri baton via social media.

“It is better to give than to receive. Blessings on this shirt Ronaldo for this new adventure.”



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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by S on Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:46 am

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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by S on Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:01 pm

NO event for Ronaldo's presentation. Juventus have decided against a show at the Juve Stadium. The player will undergo the normal procedures like the other signings: medical tests at J-Medical then a press conference. #SkyItalia #RomeoAgresti
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by guest7 on Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:25 pm

@S wrote:NO event for Ronaldo's presentation. Juventus have decided against a show at the Juve Stadium. The player will undergo the normal procedures like the other signings: medical tests at J-Medical then a press conference. #SkyItalia #RomeoAgresti


Lol why?
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Re: Cristiano Ronaldo #7

Post by S on Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:38 pm

Probably because they don't want to give preferential treatment to any single player  even if the said player is the GOAT. They want every player to be treated equally. Juve dont do these stadium presentations with packed crowds like Spanish clubs.

I think it's the right thing to do in my opinion. Cristiano should be privileged to play for a club like Juventus, not the other way round.
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