Simply The Best I've Ever Seen...

Ronaldo is a big, c*ck out, rock 'n' roll hurricane in a way that Lionel Messi simply cannot touch. He's hard as nails dressed up as soft as s**te and Johnny loves him...

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josh365 (Arsenal) says...

"He gets us traffic, he gets us comments". Is the only justification that I can see for why your articles are still on this site. Because in actual fact you are terrible, in every sense of the word. But I'm just an internet comment, go on continue to write terrible articles and pass off your opinion as fact. Also, if Ronaldo is so great, why was he so trophyless last year? P.S. why wasn't this titled "a love letter to Ronaldo"? It seems very apropos.

Posted 4:18pm 20th January 2014

HarryBoulton says...

@billysboots, I never said that Ronaldo was playing with journeymen. Just made the pretty accurate point that Higuain, Aguero and Tevez are a sizeable improvement on what Ronaldo has to play with for Portugal. @solskjaer - if you geniuinely believe that Messi at 18 was better than Ronaldinho at his peak then you are misguided beyond belief, or simply over-stating Messi's ability to try and emphasise your point. Ronaldinho is one of the greats - a two time world player of the year and a world cup winner amongst other noteable achievements. Messi at 18 was a kid who struggled to strong together 2 games running. To suggest he was better at 18 than the worlds best player at the time is ludicrous beyond belief.

Posted 1:46pm 20th January 2014

solskjaer99 (Manchester United) says...

@HarryBoulton Yes, I stand by my comments about Messi at 18, I saw him and said he would be acknowledged as the best player in the world within 3 years, and he was, Ronaldinho was a great player, I'm not putting him down, and Messi was injury-prone, but Messi was still better.

Posted 12:34pm 18th January 2014

trumpton (Manchester United) says...

Boggo, so dugs = cheating (way to completely not understand performance enhancing drugs vs recreational drugs btw) But thuggish defenders kicking seven shades out of someone (i.e. Cheating) = good. I'd say back in your box, but that might be a little too close to the bone at your age.

Posted 7:51pm 17th January 2014

boggo (Everton) says...

re: Gollo Yes, I agree wholeheartedly, old football was the sh*t.

Posted 4:23pm 17th January 2014

Gollo (Wolverhampton Wanderers) says...

re boggo - Old football was sh*t, deal with it.

Posted 3:09pm 17th January 2014

boggo (Everton) says...

Maradonna was a druggie so cast him off the list just like Lance Armstrong, Ben Johnson et all While Ronaldo is one of the best of his generation, he pales in comparison to the true greats, the man aint fit to lick the boots of Puskás. Ronaldo is the supreme example of the modern day, overpaid, physically inept, glass jawed footballer, who would go down with from a phantom punch if it were to get him a penalty. Messi too, is just another over protected, glorified footballer, who wouldnt be so fancy of feet, if his miget, pint sized physique, were to come up against a s**t brick house of a defender who stood in his path. Im afraid these footballers are more akin to actors than actually been naturally gifted football who really do but the OHHHH in AHHHHH

Posted 1:43pm 17th January 2014

slowgraffiti says...

This is all true, and makes it all the more hilarious that Real Madrid paid Spurs more for Gareth Bale. Gareth. Bale.

Posted 12:55pm 17th January 2014

gazza66 (Leeds United) says...

I am sure JN just writes articles that generate a bit of agro. I'm pretty sure he gets paid by the volume of comments his articles generate. CR has been the best player in 2013 LM for a few years prier to that. I cannot believe that the most successful team in Europe cannot generate a winner. Is it because they do not ply their trade in Spain??

Posted 12:34pm 17th January 2014

billysboots (Sunderland) says...

Wow HarryB, Argentina mustn't play with a defence or midfield!! Oh and two of the superstars you mention have played up front with Ronaldo for years at Madrid and yet you argue Messi is lucky to have the great Barca around him while Ronaldo toils with a team of journeymen

Posted 6:38pm 16th January 2014

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