February 23, 2010
Cristiano Ronaldo must be worth his money already obviously with 18 goals this season Real Madrid gift him this 10 metre lookalike,what would happen if he hits 40 goals this season.Well im sure the man is proud of his twin brother , almost tops his wonder goal he scored this weekend for those who missed it well worth a look here
Ok i will be honest yes its a replica of Ronaldo for a new advert coming out but im sure it wont be long before he gets his statue for real as for this one might be good for one of his many lady freinds
February 22, 2010
Ronaldo scored another trademark freekick this weekend and a great performance from Real who outclassed villarreal in the race for the la liga title. Two goals also from Argentinian striker Gonzalo Higuain helped Real Madrid coach Manuel Pellegrini celebrate a 6-2 victory over his former team
See the free kick below could not have placed it any better Even Diego Lopez’s 6’5″ frame couldnt reach it
Thats now 18 goals in 20 games for Cristiano, looks like the money is paying off and Real are now only two points behind Barcelona
February 1, 2010
This new machine can really thump a ball faster than any human on the planet, the world’s first engine-driven “free kick” machine was unveiled in Japan last weekend.
As a fact it can smash a football at speeds of over a hundred miles an hour – faster than Portugese footballer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
Castrol, makers of the motorised behemoth monster, claim they were inspired to create the machine by the Real Madrid star.
Charles Charles Postles, chairman of BP Castrol Japan, said: “Cristiano Ronaldo kicks at about 130 kilometres per hour and this machine manages to get up over 200 kilometres per hour, so a new world record.”
The machine will be sported and showcased across Japan for demonstrations this year in the run-up to the World Cup in South Africa.
But it won’t be used to train actual football players for safety reasons well at the moment
See the magic below
January 28, 2010
Could this be a new football tactic in the making watching this video does make you wonder how even the worlds best try to loose those hardcore defenders.Ok its not the most entertaining but its effective and normally Illegal well in most cases many have their views on this why should some get away with it and some not.
When the question comes to why do it So, if Messi action’s were deemed legal, why should Ronaldo be treated any differently?
Barcelona midfielder Xavi thinks he knows by saying
“you have to assess the intention of each player. Leo wants to carry on playing and Cristiano wants to break free of the defender with a swipe of his arm.”
Everyman for himself we say you be the judge see the video below
Spot the difference