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Breaking news Jardel wants to leave Portugal

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post #2 of 48 (permalink) Old July 26th, 2002, 15:09
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I'll reserve judgement till after the press conference.

Needless to say, this has not been a good morning for me, Sporting-wise.

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That will be a tough one if it's true although I doubt it
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post #4 of 48 (permalink) Old July 28th, 2002, 02:47
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Can someone please explain to me what the hell is going on with Mario Jardel?
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post #5 of 48 (permalink) Old July 28th, 2002, 08:16
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WTF? two days ago he was telling the papers that he was ready to have his best year yet with Sporting. Now this? Wants to leave for personal reasons? Smells fishy.
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I heard somewhere (maybe via a chat with Marco) that Jardel's wife left him or something like that. That could be the reason he wants to have a change of scenery. I think it was his wife that wanted a return to Portugal more than he did.

Needless to say, we lose Jardel and Sporting become a very ordinary side. We've already lost two key players that held our team together last year (Viana and Babb). Losing our goal scoring machine would be deadly.

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Jardel and his wife, Karen, are having serious marital problems to the extent that it looks like a divorce is pending. Various rumors are flying as to what caused it, but that's their business not ours.

Jardel is quite distraught about the whole thing and has stated that he needs help (re: pyschiatric). He looked very out of sorts during his press conference on Friday; you can tell he didn't look well. In the PC, he stated that staying in Portugal would be too much for him at this time (to many memories of Karen, I guess), and asked for a 1 year loan to another club. He did state that he wants to see out the remaining 3 years on his Sporting contract.


As for life without Jardel, I am in denial and would rather not think about that at this time. :depress:

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post #8 of 48 (permalink) Old July 29th, 2002, 22:34
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Don't let the door hit you on the way out son
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I have a feelýng Jardel ýs comýng back to Galatasaray now that Terým was gýven the funds to buy a new strýker I hope we buy hým and I thýnk we wýll as the fans are pressurýng the board and Terým a lot to brýng back Jardel! JARDEL PLEASE COME BACK TO GALATASARAY!!!!
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post #10 of 48 (permalink) Old July 30th, 2002, 14:04
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F*ck him! If he don't play for us this year then F*ck him send him packing!!! Does he think he can do whatever he wants? Everyone has some type of problem to deal with but it don't mean we can stop working cuz of it!

Jardel needs to get his sh!t together and be a man if not F*ck him sell him to wherever the hell he wants to go!

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post #11 of 48 (permalink) Old July 31st, 2002, 16:17
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Who cares?? Let him go!! I'm a Benfica fan, but I have to side with Sporting on this one...Jardel is just an over-grown spoiled brat! He's basically spitting in the face of a country who's given him everything, treated him like one of their own, and made him the star he is today. Sporting's better off without Jardel, I'm sure Niculae is more than capaple of taking penalties too!
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post #12 of 48 (permalink) Old August 1st, 2002, 09:35
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Jardel to Barcelona ????

Is Jardel non eu ???? I know he is from brasil but...Is this true ???

En Portugal colocan a Mario Jardel en el club blaugrana

Lazslo Boloni, técnico del Sporting, ha reconocido que ya no cuenta con el goleador brasileño. La 'SER' aseguró también que en la operación irían como cedidos Geovanni o Rochemback

El Barcelona ha presentado una propuesta para tener durante una temporada cedido a Jardel, según informó ayer la emisora de radio portuguesa ‘TSF’. El Sporting de Lisboa, equipo con el que tiene contrato el delantero brasileño para las dos próximas temporadas, se negó a confirmar la noticia, pero la radio lusa asegura que la propuesta “llegó por la mañana” a la sede del club, en el estadio Alvalade.

Mario Jardel, máximo goleador de la primera división portuguesa y de los campeonatos europeos la pasada temporada, anunció el pasado 26 de julio que no se encontraba en condiciones psicológicas para jugar en Portugal. El futbolista, a causa de la separación legal con su esposa, Karen Ribeiro, pidió “comprensión a su club y a los sportinguistas. Se trata de una cuestión personal y humana, no profesional”.

El jugador aseguró entonces “estar cansado de sufrir. Voy a solicitar ayuda médica para recuperarme lo antes posible porque quiero cumplir mi compromiso con el Sporting”. Poco después de estas declaraciones, Jardel presentó una petición de baja por quince días, por prescripción médica, pero hasta el momento el momento ha permanecido en Lisboa.

Mientras tanto, el grupo principal de la plantilla del Sporting viene trabajando en Galicia, desde donde el técnico, el rumano Lazslo Boloni, señaló que “hasta ahora había tenido algunas esperanzas de que Jardel regresase al club, pero ahora ya considero que el caso está cerrado. No voy a contar con Jardel”.

Por su parte, la ‘Ser’ aseguró posteriormente que la oferta del Barça por acceder al goleador era cierta, y que la propuesta azulgrana contemplaba que Geovanni o Rochemback irían cedidos al Sporting de Lisboa durante una temporada.
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post #13 of 48 (permalink) Old August 3rd, 2002, 04:59
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The Truth Behind The Jardel Saga
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08/02/2002. When Jardel went on holidays at the end of a winning season last semester, many doubted he would go back to Lisbon for yet another season at Sporting. Therefore, the slow market moves of European football did not allow him to go somewhere else and realize his dream of playing either in Spain or Italy.

The striker went back to Sporting only to ask the club to return to Brazil one more time. The reason? He is about to endure the hardest battle of his life: a break-up in his marriage with Karen Ribeiro.

The football press, especially the Portuguese, have been publishing articles on how sad Jardel is and also on his supposed attempts to reconcile with Karen, the alleged reason for his trip back to Brazil during Sporting`s current pre-season. However, things do not seem to be as they have been being shown.

According to sources close to the Ribeiro family, and that preferred to stay anonymous, the conflict between Jardel and Karen is not new. The couple have not been sharing the same fairy tale joy from the days he met her in Porto Alegre - where he played for Gremio - nor even the happiness of the following years, when they got married and had two children.

The relationship came to a final struggle during the last European summer holidays. In Porto Alegre, Karen´s homeland, Jardel shared little time with his family. He preferred to go out at night in the company of friends and relatives.

Fed up with the fights and the "party animal" behaviour of Jardel, Karen put an end to a seven-year marriage and the player went on exile to Cear? his homeland.

When he realized what had really happened, the fact he had lost his kindred soul of so many years and addresses, Jardel broke down in pieces. He did not even want to go back to Portugal to start the pre-season. It was Karen who had to leave São Paulo and go to Fortaleza in order to persuade her ex-husband to travel. Karen, by the way, has always been very concerned with Jardel's professionalism towards football. Lack of care was never a reason for
Jardel to complain about her, something that helped quite a bit on the building of a considerate asset for the family.

All alone, Jardel landed in Portugal only to ask Sporting for permission to go back to Brazil in order to solve his problems: he claimed a desire to reconciliate with his beloved one.

Once more, he ended up in Fortaleza. And that is where the story starts to show a few paradoxes. First of all, Jardel was to be there for an attempt to get back together with Karen, or, at least to come to a friendly agreement with her in the matter of the separation (he says that in an official declaration at his web site). In spite of that, he hired Newton Padilha, a lawyer from Fortaleza, to defend his rights. As Karen still has her rights being defended by a law firm in São Paulo, everything indicates that the fight will not be as friendly as thought.

During the period of his absence, which was extended by three days, Jardel never looked for Karen, on the contrary, he hid from her when she tried to find him in Fortaleza. She attempted to see him because the two children, Mario Jardel Filho, 5, and Victoria, 3, missed the father a lot and had only spoken to him in a while over the phone.


But Jardel was not sad and lonely in Fortaleza, drown into a depressive state. Last Sunday, for instance, he threw a mega-party in the family mansion and invited lots of Flamengo players that were there disputing Copa dos Campeões. Abundant first quality food and drinks cost him a few thousand dollars and were supposed to put his broken heart at ease. Spending mornings at the paradisiac beaches of Ceara state were also part of the "reconciliation" between Jardel and Karen, who stayed in São Paulo taking care of the children in a rented apartment.

As far as we could acknowledge, Padilha and Jardel are planning a litigious legal action against Karen so that he can offer her children support rather then having Karen ask for it and likely receiving 30% of Jardel`s monthly salary, which is common practice in the Brazilian law. Having Jardel a monthly salary of 120 thousand dollars, Karen and the children would be getting a little over 35 thousand.


In his official web site, "Super Mário", as he is called in Portugal, declared: "We have decided, in a mutual agreement, without a fight or arguments, to break up in order to be able to analyse calmly the aspects that might be disturbing us as a couple". The fact, however, is that
according to what we could find out so far there is no legal fight going on, but there is a clear indication that there will be one going on soon. Besides that, if there is one party not interested in recociliation, this person is Jardel. Recently, he confessed to close friends that Karen had changed a lot since she became religious.

Another curious fact in the story is that as soon as he arrived in Lisbon, very tired from his vacation in his mansion and all the social life activity he engaged with, the player met with Sporting representatives to define a schedule for the legal hearings he will be involved with. The lawyer, Padilha, calls it "divorce, but according to the Brazilian law a person can only get divorced if one proves to be separated from the other for over two years, which is not the case of Jardel and Karen. On top of that, Padilha seem to have forgotten that a judge is the one who decides on the schedule of the hearings and not the person who proposes the action.

Jardel, worshipped in Portugal and in some places in Brazil as a god, is ready to start the hardest battle of his life. This duel, however, will not take place in one of the many fields he has shown his sharp techniques and the incredible ability to score goals, but in the court rooms of Fortaleza, or São Paulo. The object of the dispute? The well-being of two innocent children that have absolutely nothing to do with all that and, of course, the sharing of a large asset built by another couple that had to break the oath "till death do us apart".

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I've Been Following Jardel For Years, Says Van Gaal
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08/03/2002. Barcelona coach Louis Van Gaal has intensified speculation that he may move for Mario Jardel by admitting that he's followed the striker for some years.

The Brazilian is desperate to quit Sporting Lisbon and get out of Portugal after splitting up with his wife.

Although stating that his interest does not mean that the club will make a move for Jardel, Van Gaal said: "Jardel has always been in the forefront of my mind."

The Dutchman also added that he tried to sign the player when he was at Ajax.

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You can all take this with a grain of salt....

Boloni went on TV tonight and stated that "He doesn't know exactly when, but he is certain that Jardel will return".

Does anyone want him back?

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The Juve Leos want him back. He scored 45 goals, new Portuguese record. He probaly takes drugs, I heard he went back in Brazil to solve drugs problems. I can prove it:

Jardel is drogued

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You can all take this with a grain of salt....

Boloni went on TV tonight and stated that "He doesn't know exactly when, but he is certain that Jardel will return".

Does anyone want him back?


Of course! It's not like he left for more money or in some Ronaldo-esque deal between clubs. For whatever mess his personal life left him, he still can play and score sh*tloads of goals. So long as he comes back on his own accord and wants to play for Sporting, then great. If he's forced back then forget it.

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I read that Jardel is suffering from Depression be it a professional or Not unless you've been through it you have no idea what he's going through,It should be left up to Jardel and hopefully his wife to sought himself out.And I hope he gets the necessary care to bring him through these troubled times,It is'nt fair Im sure Football is one of the furthest things from his mind in times like this.
I dont think hes doing anythin on purpose in regards to Slapping Sporting in the face or so but he needs time its just a coincidence,I hope he does'nt go and play elsewhere because I know Portugal have looked after Jardel like one of their own given that he's hardly ever been given a fair go for Brazil maybe he should've played for Portugal.

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Speaking from personal experience, if Jardel's problem truly are a result of his wife dumping him, then he should be given some space and some sympathy. I know I know I felt like disappearing when similar sh*t happened to me.

However, if it is more a case of Jardel's pimping and ho-ing around, then he deserves what he gets.

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I believe that is the case, Dae!

-Karen Jardel was one of them born again Christians and Jardel was not! He was/is a party animal!
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