Cristiano believes Kaká will stay. CrisKa cannot be separated! Both should retire at Real Madrid.
“He has to decide what is the best for his future and his family. I can’t give my opinion about a team-mate of mine, who is also my friend. I believe that he has much to offer to Real Madrid and I am sure thathe will continuefor a long time here.”
“I guarantee I’ll try to improve on this year’s numbers. I may not be able to score more goals, but I can serve more assists. It’s harder each time, but I always try to do better. Usain Bolt ran 100 meters in 9.58 seconds and it will be practically impossible for him to do better than that, but I’m sure he’ll try.”
Cristiano Ronaldo: “I want to end my career at Real Madrid”
“If it were totally up to me, I would end my career at Real Madrid, honestly. I would sign a ten year extension right now. I want to stay, but that decision is really up to other people.”
“This is the best time in my life, both physically and psychologically. I want to keep it up and enjoy myself much more with Madridistas because my connection with them has evolved considerably in recent months. I feel very close to them and that’s why I want to stay here a long time. I want to show my love for this shirt and do my best for the team.”
Q:Is it true that Ronaldo donated 30 millions to Somalia? :)
I read rumours about that. But nothing confirmed.
But even for a wealthy man like Cristiano 30 Mio. € appears a bit over the top.
I only know that Cristiano doesn’t speak about his charity work normally. E.g. he helped his home island of Madeira when the heavy inundations happened in 2010. But he didn’t speak about the amount or any detail.
“We cannot make the mistakes we made today. I could not score the penalty, something that shook the team. We have to raise our heads. The other penalties I took this year were good, but in the end it’s true that it didn’t happen tonight, but I can do it.
The team is sad but we know that we can’t do more than what we did tonight. We have to correct some mistakes, although we know that this result does not reflect what happened on the pitch.
But we cannot be sad, we have to be optimistic. We must have patience because it is still a long way, but I am confident that this black tide will turn into a positive wave. I’ll do my best. All we want is to help the national team.”
Portugal was the better team.
But the players didn’t always connect well, which resulted in lack of precision and some hasty actions.
Also, some bad luck.
What makes me sad is that I already know that only Cristiano will have to take all the blame. He missed his penalty, yes. But that wasn’t the decisive moment of the game.