He's always been selfishpanchester07 wrote: Theres been other situations where its wayy obviouss he just wants to score and become great, and do great things when its clearly inconvenient for the team.. Some are huge and obvios like this one Shahensa mentioned, and some are little things, that add up, a pass he didn't give when his teammate was better, his reactions after others score, his reactions after he scores, his body language.. At this point its more than clear that he cares more about shining himself, than helping the team shine.
Agree 100% And the action vs. Almeria after his penalty miss was horrific. He doesn't give a fu** about teamwork, he gives a fu** about himself. And to make it worse he scores the tap in that Higuain provided him, and then takes off his shirt like a dumbass, and eventually gets a red card later on. Unbelievable.Ronaldo has 5 balls in the 30 yard line, all 5 he's gonna try to go and score, 1 will result in a goal or important play, and 4 will be possesion thrown away for his team.
There was a point in this season, when he was injured, that Madrid won by atleast 3 goals differential week in, week out. Created chances, played "tiki-taka" football, entertained the crowd, with Guti, with Granero, with Higuain. He comes back from the injury, and Madrid starts winning 2-1, 1-0, 3-2 in the last minutes, the only thing is, he scored a goal, or two, but the team played horrible, when they where outplaying anyone a when he was out.
He scores 1 on his own, but if he would have played collectively the other 4, maybe Madrid or his team would get 2-3 goals as a team, instead of him trying to take on everybody, loose it, and give the ball away for a perfect counterattack.
His selfishness ends up being counterproductive for his team, but people go oh well he had a goal its okay, yeah, if he would have passed it the team would have gotten 2-3 goals. He gives the ball the posesion away a lot. Cristiano thinks of himself. Then of himself. And lastly of himself. Exellent team spirit.
And quite frankly, I think his dribbling talent has gone backwards quite a bit after he left the premier.
There is hardly ANY interplay between the two of them to be honest.Both seem to compliment each other and play better when playing with the other
On a different note everyone's pretty good with women when it comes to hookers... well except the sham-wow guy.
You state this like it is a fact, it's an opinion.but realistically panch, the nicest to watch football is now always the most effective, the Italians have proven this time and time again.
He has a massive impact, not sure if it the positive outweighs the negative aspects of the impact though.I personally believe he has a massive positive impact to the side, the amount of games he has won single handled to ensure 3 points for Real this season is unbelievable
That could very well be true, hard to tell though.I still maintain that if Real did not have Ronaldo then they would be a lot more points behind barcelona.
Nobody said that, but Real would play 100x better if he added more to the team. The attack would be unstoppable IMO.You can't say Real play worse with him on the pitch.