Ronaldo confirma bom momento e agradece aos fans do ManUtd
Cristiano Ronaldo assegura que o período conturbado que viveu após o Mundial 2006 já faz parte do passado. O internacional português destaca o apoio do Manchester United no seu regresso a terras de Sua Majestade, contributo decisivo para o «bom momento» que atravessa: "Quando regressei do Mundial atravessei um período difícil, mas os adeptos ajudaram-me bastante. Estou muito agradecido ao clube e também aos meus colegas de equipa", diz Ronaldo, citado pelo website oficial do Manchester United. "Esse período já faz parte do passado. Agora estou concentrado apenas no presente e penso que o meu é bom. A equipa está a jogar muito bem, eu estou a jogar bem, estou num bom momento, e é por isso que me sinto bem aqui", concluiu o jogador internacional português.
Crisitano Ronaldo has thanked Reds supporters for sticking by him this season when opposition fans chose to boo his every touch.In truth, the 21-year-old winger has silenced the detractors himself - there is little comeback for critical fans when his skill and goals prove so devastating.But Ronaldo says United's faithful have made it easier for him to cope with the boos inspired by England supporters' frustration at their early World exit at the hands of Ronny's Portugal."The fans have helped me so much," he was quoted as saying. "When I arrived back after the World Cup – it was a bit difficult for me. But I think the supporters have helped me, and I’m very appreciative to the club, and my team-mates. Manchester, the club, has helped me so much."The boos have subsided and now Ronaldo is looking forward to continue improving as an individual and achieve success with the Reds."It's in the past," he said. "Now I think about the present, and I think the present is good. I want to keep going. The team is playing very well, I’m playing well, and this is why I’m very good here. I'm happy with my form, I try to do a good job. Every season I try to improve myself. I learn every season, and I’m very happy to do a great job for the club."