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I am sickened by the transfer of Madrid's heartbeat to the black and red devils! Perez has shown in two weeks of presidency that he knows nothing about Real Madrid and he understands nothing of the passion and love that Real Madrid fans have for their team.

This man is incompetent and when I read the news of Redondo's transfer to Milan being official I was almost physically sick. There is nobody to replace him in the world - END!!!!

I believe that this man does not have Real Madrid in his heart I do not care what he or his people say. Sanz was no angel but he cared about Madrid and I suspect that perez wants to use the 'name' to further his own name.

For example by trying to purge the club of all Sanz related players, staff etc he is showing he is a petty man that cannot see the greater picture.

This season will also be sad because of the fact that we have signed a player who often criticised Madrid when he played for the scum and often said 'long live barca'. This man cares not for the club crest and I for one will not be shouting this player's name.

THESE MEN ARE A DISEASE TO REAL MADRID CLUB DE FUTBOL AND AS LONG AS THEY ARE AT THE CLUB MY HEART WILL BE HEAVY!

HOWEVER DESPITE ALL THAT I CANNOT DENY I AM A MADRIDISTA UNTIL THE DAY I DIE!

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This whole affair is disgraceful for the name of Real Madrid.
That man has shown nothing but ignorance in regard to Real Madrid's identity. Disrespect to the socios that voted him only two weeks ago.

"Only the coach will decide which player stays and which goes". Bull**** Aha! So, it was del Bosque's idea after all!

"We need the money, we are in debt". Bull**** Didn't you say you'll buy a new DM Flore?

"The greatest players in the world will play for Real Madrid". Bull**** What a good idea! Let's get rid of the losers we currently have!

This man even had the nerve to suggest in the official announcement that it was Redondo who wanted to leave and the administration had to respect his wishes, regardless of the fact that they wanted him to stay!!!!! How stupid must he be taking us for all......


I was watching on video the ChL Final last night, slowly, slowly realising that this was the last game that he have seen the Prince in Real Madrid jersey. Who would have thought about this!


HALA MADRID DE MIS RECUERDOS Y AMORES. SUERTE AL CABALLERO FERNANDO REDONDO, EL CAMPEON
 

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I agree

in a few words:

PEREZ HAS SOLD THE SOUL OF REAL MADRID!!!!! (in every sense!)

I'm too said to say anything more right now. My heart is broken. :(

LaTristeza. :( :( :( :( :(
 
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We're in debt, we need the money. Let's make Figo the highest paid player on the planet. What a great idea.

Trades happen (Redondo) but this guy clearly takes us all for idiots. He's secretive and cannot be trusted. He understand nothing except dollars.

Let's see how many people show up to matches if he continues on like this.
 
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So does this mean RC can leave too?

From http://www.onefootball.com

£11.25m Redondo in parting blast at Real

Friday 28th July 2000

A bitter war of words broke out on Friday between Real Madrid and Fernando Redondo, who accused his former club of forcing him into an £11.25 million transfer to AC Milan then making it appear as if he had orchestrated the move.

The Argentina midfielder said: "I refuse to allow this stain on my name and my image."

Milan finally secured Redondo’s signature on Thursday night after a week of negotiations. Shortly after, Real took the unprecedented step of releasing a statement claiming the deal came about "as a result of the express desire of the player".

But Redondo hit back on Friday, calling a press conference where he read from a prepared script and refused to answer any questions.

He said: "I want to give you the facts. The only details I knew about this transfer I read in the newspapers. Nobody from Real Madrid contacted me to tell me what was happening until Wednesday night.

"Then I was told that Milan’s offer was very interesting for the club and a fee had been agreed. I was told that this information had already been passed to my agent. I phoned him and he confirmed that he had spoken to Milan and that the deal was agreed.

"I understood the situation but it was not my decision to leave. The club wanted me to go and I was in an impossible situation.

"It really hurts that Real have tried to confuse the fans by claiming it was my "express desire" to leave. That is not true and I refuse to allow my honour to be put in doubt. This has been done to stain my name and my image."

Real manager Vicente del Bosque had stated that the midfielder was not for sale and the club initially rejected a £10.5 million bid – but the European champions now insist Redondo's wish to move was the key.

The player's initial resistance to the switch was said to have relented after he was offered £2.25 million a year – a deal that doubles his wages and makes him one of the richest players in the world.

The 31-year-old became the fulcrum of the Real midfield after joining from Tenerife for £2.5 million, but his departure can also be attributed to political reasons.

During the recent presidential elections, Redondo publicly declared his support for Lorenzo Sanz – a viewpoint which put him in direct conflict with Perez.

Fans were quick to show their disapproval of the transfer. They saw Redondo as the heartbeat of the side and are worried that his move means other players who supported Sanz will also be on their way.

Over 150 supporters gathered outside the Bernabeu to protest, carrying banners reading "Redondo is untouchable," "We won't swap Figo for Redondo", "Redondo is Madrid" and "Learn Florentino, no-one sells Redondo".

But the mood had changed when the player returned to Madrid on Friday night. He was taunted by discontented supporters at the airport and required a police escort to negotiate the angry mob.
 

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Perez would be wise to stay away from RC. At least in Redondo's case we have a replacement in Cambiasso. Who are we going to replace RC with??? RC is a great two way player, contributes offensively and gives it his all defensively.
 

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How sad indeed:mad: I admit I was one of those "idiots" who wanted Perez to win and now I'm really paying the price for it reading this crap. I can't believe it, but it looks like Perez is just a bracaman by heart:mad: TRAITOR!!!!!!!!! PHUCK you you prick!:mad: BTW why Judas? Is he a Israeli? And one thing I am sure of, if he sells Roberto Carlos, he's dead. No one will ever allow that.
 

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By Judas he means Figo for turning his back on Barca :)
If Perez sells RC like he did to Redondo I will go to the offices of ACS and personally hang him like a pinata so that socios can beat him around :mad:
He's a ****!!!:mad::mad::mad:
 
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Pinata! Nice one! :)

Why do I think that Sanz new all along this would be the result. He may have not been the best financial manager and not the best president in the world (who's perfect?) but I would never question his love and commitment to Real Madrid. I wonder if he's just sitting back and smiling.
 
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Maybe, but hey, afterall, the people got what they asked for... :(
 

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Don't say that Pablo. I know you were one of those supported Sanz, but let's afce it, we had absolutely no way of knowing things would take suh a turn. You must be as shocked as we are, despite your support for Sanz.
 
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Labas, I know, I know.... Just mega disappointed! I think horrified is a better word than shocked. Like you, I was ready to give Perez a chance when he wone. I wasn't happy about, but let's be fair, give him a shot!

I guess when I think back on the last month or so, once this talk of Figo coming, I should have realised (we all should have) at what price it would come. It certainly was going to take more than selling Zarate, Dorado or Helguera to make up for the cost (Novena's image rights theories aside). I guess a big player had to be sacrificed, but had he told his plans, no one would have voted for him, and now we're stuck with a dictator who is interested in his agenda and not that of the fans. I think Spain has had enough dictators!
 

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I saw it miles away.

And it is no one elses fault but the over emotional SPaniards.

If anyone sugested that he could sign Maldini to INTER so he could get elected he would get laughed out of Meazza stadium.

the SPanish are extremely irrational extremely irrational!!!!!!!!

Figo is here now....he doesn't want to be here and by GOD it serves everyone right for lettingg in this [email protected] instead of Sanz.

Give him a chance? WHY TEH HELL SHOUDL FIGO EVEN PLAY FOR THE MERENGUES? Its an isult to Real Madrid. Its like Ronald Koeman coaching at Real Madrid or sommin......ridiculous
 
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i always said that we didnt need that perez crap and that JUDAS.all we needed is a playmaker and the same old madrid.
debts or not all i want is madrid to win.
i think we paid about 25% of our debts with the prize money earned form CHAMPIONS LEAGUE.i dont think the debt is all sanz fault.we all know that madrid was mismanaged by sanzs predecessors.under sanz we won 2 champions leagues.
i guess perez is toooooooooooooo ambitious he wants to replace the old madrid of good but passionate PLAYERS with great but unpassionate STARS.
 

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I think Perez has outsmarted us. If you are going to make outrageous changes why not do it at the beginning of the term and spend the rest of the term making us forget about it. :(
 

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To be totally honest, I still have faith in this guy - I mean he may have made some havoc early, but hope is all we have left. I somehow believe all this was necessary and it will change for the better under Perez. A Por La Novena has really given me new hope with the way he describes Perezs business genious. Although I'm still sad, there seems to be some kind of light at the end of the tunnel. Let's just hope it doesn't burn out to quickly...:(
 
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