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#1 20-03-2018 14:18:37

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Date d'inscription: 10-02-2018
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Is there room for Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid?

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m8bet In his latest 'Five things from La Liga' column, Guillem Balague explores how Neymar would fit at Real Madrid after Cristiano Ronaldo strengthened his claim as football's greatest ever striker.

Room for Ronaldo and Neymar?
We have to start with Ronaldo, who else? Not only is he the best striker of all time but now there's a case that he is the greatest first-time finisher in history. He only needs one touch to score. His movement is clever, he is strong competing for aerial balls, he sees space and the most importantly, his team-mates see him in those spaces.

He scored a goal every 311 minutes in the first half of the season to one every 44 minutes since January, which is amazing. He's three goals shy of old adversary Lionel Messi in the race for the Pichichi too. Interestingly, the press in Madrid have billed the Pichichi as the biggest award ever, almost as important as winning the league. That, of course, has to do with the fact Real are 15 points behind Barcelona. m8bet

Sunday's 6-3 win over Girona provided further evidence that Gareth Bale has fallen behind Macros Asensio and Lucas Vazquez in the appreciation of Zinedine Zidane. Bale got on the scoresheet at the Bernabeu but Asensio and Vazquez do something Bale has not been doing lately, and that's to revel in games like that.

He's been a little bit resigned, a little bit down and it would be good for all concerned if he demanded the ball, ran into space and positive things that would win back Zidane's faith. To be left out of a game of this stature, though, shows he is yet to win Zidane over.

Karim Benzema, on the other hand, was very good at linking the midfield and attack. With just four La Liga goals to his name this season, this has proven to be his best asset. If say Neymar was added to the equation it would make for an interesting proposition - would Cristiano accept that?

There was a time when Benzema was thinking of leaving Real Madrid and there was a time when Real Madrid were thinking about moving Benzema on. Ronaldo lobbied for Benzema to stay and Gonzalo Higuain eventually left. If Neymar came along, despite Paris Saint-Germain insisting there is no way he is leaving this summer, Real Madrid, Ronaldo and the squad would have to be in favour of his arrival - which they are.

The only problem with this potential transfer is the small matter of wages. Cristiano earns £18m (€21m) net and that's soon to increase to £22m (€25m) with bonuses. Neymar earns a staggering £31m (€35m) net at PSG, so Real Madrid will need to sort that out, perhaps by bringing Ronaldo's wages up to "26m (€30m) and asking Neymar to reduce his wage. m8bet

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#2 25-05-2018 07:54:35

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Re: Is there room for Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid?

Lewis Grabban aiming for glorious finish to season spent at both ends of the Championship

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แทง บอล  Lewis Grabban knows better than most the contrasting emotions of a Wembley play-off final. The striker has twice experienced the elation of victory and twice felt the pain of defeat under the arch, writes Matt Maher. Tomorrow will be his fifth involvement in a play-off final and his third in four years in the game now dubbed the most lucrative in world football.

Considering what is at stake for Villa and the key role Grabban has assumed in Steve Bruce’s team since joining on loan from Bournemouth in January, it is arguably his most significant involvement yet. His record, so far, reads a defeat and a victory with Millwall, the latter of which he watched from the stands due to injury. After coming off the bench to help Norwich past Middlesbrough, Grabban started for Reading as they were beaten on penalties by Huddersfield 12 months ago. แทง บอล

“When you lose, you just want to go home, get out of the stadium as quickly as possible,” he says. “When you win, it’s one of the happiest days of your career. Winning with Norwich was the best day of my career, certainly in terms of joy, achievement. “It’s a bigger achievement, I believe, going through the play-offs than winning automatic promotion. You do the season, then you’ve got the pressure of three games to get through. It’s a longer achievement, and more satisfaction.

“The joy of winning is a real high and the lowness of losing is like a ‘What if?’ feeling. Obviously you have another chance to go again but the joy really lasts for a while. “You can see it – teams get promoted and start the season really well. It can last for a long time. Whatever the outcome tomorrow, it was difficult to envisage this end to the season for Grabban as recently as December, when he was involved in a very different battle at the other end of the Championship with Sunderland. Indeed, should Villa emerge victorious, the 30-year-old will find himself the answer to a pub quiz question: Which player was promoted and relegated in the same season? แทง บอล

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