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F*** Off Real Madrid!

F*** Off Real Madrid!

You would think that the top men at one of the worlds most famous football clubs would get the message when a player, his manager and his bosses all deny that a player will be joining them.

But no, not Real Madrid. A giant club they are, a rich club they are, but get the message they do not. (no, it's not Yoda writing this, I just have a thing about him at the moment).

On countless occasions Fabregas has said he is happy at Arsenal, that he wishes to stay at Arsenal and that one day he will return to Spain - to play for his boyhood club Barcelona. His manager, who tied Cesc down to a record 7 year contract, has said that he is going nowhere and even members of the Arsenal board have said that Arsenal are not willing to do business with Real Madrid. But still Real Madrid do not get it.

That's right folks, Real Madrid supremo Ramon Calderon says that he has a 3 year masterplan to take two of football's biggest stars, and Arjen Robben (you liked that, didn't you?, to Spain.

Althouh to his credit, he isn't as blatant about it as those who have held his position before him.

Calderon told La Razon: 'There's a chance that they will all be here by the end of my third year in office.'

He was then asked if they would arrive over three summers to which he replied: 'Well yes, I think so. I don't want to create any false expectations.'

Well I'm afraid I have just two words for you Mr Calderon - FU*K OFF!



This article is based on the opinion of the writer and not necessarily the view's of the Vital Network itself.

Writer:Nick Simmonett
Date:Monday July 30 2007
Time: 6:34PM

Comments

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I think it was 3 players on his list. Kaka, Cesc, and Robben. They are going to get Kaka in the next two years and Robben this summer. but Cesc they will never get. When he goes it will be to Barca, but not for 7 years.
gunnerkid107
30/07/2007 18:41:00
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Oh I just got the joke. I am in a hurry and must of skipped over it. hahaha :)
gunnerkid107
30/07/2007 18:42:00
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why would kaka want to leave the champs of europe and go to the circus that is real madrid? sacking your coach after you win the league?
ahops101
30/07/2007 18:45:00
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exactly. it jus won't happen. real madrid to re organise the whole organisation top to bottom. he never ever seems to keep his opinons to himself. if he did he may actually got some of the signings he wanted to make. but he always talks rubbish. eff off u jauncker lol.
protocal
30/07/2007 19:37:00
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Moving to madrid could as easily ruin fabrigas's career as make it, he is seemingingly happy with you and developing very nicely, joining madrid who are run by a mixture of crooks and clowns would be a massive mistake as they are so incredibly unstable, it would also send out a really negative image about your ambitions as a club. heres to a good battle next season!!!
oxfordspur
30/07/2007 19:43:00
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What can you expect from a man who spends all day playing with Mrs. Palm and her five daughters? One would think the F.A. (LOL) would be able to find some way of contacting FIFA (LOL) and stop these unsettling actions by Real Madrid. It wont happen and for the next six, seven years we will have to put up with it.
alwaysgunner
30/07/2007 19:45:00
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Is there no way can get a restraining order against this obsessively unpleasant little stalker?? Calderon is like Father Teds' housekeeper oh go on go on go on go on go on go on go on GO OONNN!!!!
nikolaijns
30/07/2007 19:52:00
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I really don't know how UEFA can allow them to openly tap up players and get away with, the Italians & Spanish sides are the only ones that conduct their business like that. You can bet your bottom dollar that if it was an English club conducting business like this, they would be sanctioned
Topspur1
30/07/2007 20:25:00
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I did mean to go into the whole Uefa having their heads up their own arses, but I rushed the article. It's insane that they should be allowed to consistantly get away with this. Just because it didn't take place in a london thotel doesn't mean it's anything other than a blatant attempt to tap up the player.
simmy8_2000
30/07/2007 20:31:00
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real madrid is probably allowed to openly tap up players just because they are one of the mega rich clubs. it *****ed the hell out of me how they are just allowed to do this. leave fab alone calderon, i dunno how many more times anyone from arsenal can say no?
ahops101
30/07/2007 20:50:00
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