Ronaldo should be banned or punished somehow!

Romania
November 30, 2010 11:11am CST
I am sure that many of you think the same. He pushed Pep because he didn't want to give the ball to him. Of course, it wasn't nice from Pep neither, but he is a coach and Ronaldo is only a player. It was not the first time when Ronaldo acted without having fair play. Do you remember his gesture against a Bilbao fan? If not, here is it for you, and the push against Pep as well: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1XI8z3j41U http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVr7rf3KOgU So what do you think? Should Ronaldo be banned or punished?
5 responses
@cryox92 (170)
• Macedonia
30 Nov 10
I think that he should be banned. Just because Pep didn't want to give the ball to him that doesn't give him the right to act violently. But then again Pep should be taught a thing or two about being social with other people.
@cryox92 (170)
• Macedonia
30 Nov 10
What i wanted to say is "punished", not banned :D.
• Romania
1 Dec 10
Yes, Pep did provoke him, but a quality men would have ignored him. He should have been sent off, because this is not allowed at all. Let's suppose that Barcelona had a much older trainer, like Luis Aragones and Ronaldo would have pushed him. How would have that look like? I think a ban for minimum 5 games would be a good suspension for Ronaldo. Just to have time to think about how he behaves, to know that he is not a semi god as he thinks about himself.
• Oman
1 Dec 10
The funny thing is that people say that he is the best player in the world. The best player in the world has to respect the players and managers on the pitch. Im a Liverpool fan but i was very interested in watching El Clasico. Ronaldo's beheviour revieled why he should not be the best player in the world becasue he has no respect for others. He also dives and there are countless of match where he has done that and susceesed and that makes my sick. I hope he gets punished very severly becasue then it will teach him a lesson about respecting the game.
• Romania
2 Dec 10
Fully agree with you, a person like Ronaldo cannot be the best, simply because he thinks that he is the best and shows it to others. But I think that no matter what punishment he gets, he won't change, because he is too full of himself. And now a ban would not do any good, because he is injured.
@jasmeena (850)
• Indonesia
1 Dec 10
It is not a decent thing to do. CR is the highest paid player and he is an idol to lots of kids all over the world. Madrid was frustrated after Barca led 2-0. I didn`t see what he did in Bilbao
• Romania
1 Dec 10
I cannot figure it out how he became both the highest paid player and an idol for a kid. If my son would be a fan of him, I would punish him or even slap him, because people like Ronaldo are not good role models to follow. A person has to know that no matter how rich you are or how good you are doing your job, you are still a human being and you are not superior to any other human. But Ronaldo, Mourinho and Ibrahimovic really act like they are and that is why I cannot stand them. I would really like to see Ronaldo being fined and suspended for his behavior. As for Bilbao, look at the video I have posted. You will see Ronaldo making fun of a Bilbao fan. This is one of the things which are not allowed to do for a football player, to make fun of a fan.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
1 Dec 10
ronaldo never make score to barcelona it makes his frustrated..and off course make his loose control and never think that push opponent coach is not good... i do hope spain league association give punishment for ronaldo..
• Romania
1 Dec 10
I hope so too, I want him to be suspended for a few games, to have time to think over his attitude. But being so self-centered person, I don't think that a punishment and suspension will make him think.
@sjlskl (3384)
• Singapore
30 Nov 10
For the Bilbao incident, I dont think that is anything wrong. As for his push on Pep, while it is wrong and ungentlemanly, I don't think he should have any punishment.
• Romania
1 Dec 10
I think what he did in Bilbao is more serious than what he did with Pep. A player should never do this to a person who paid for the entrance to see the game. Fans should be respected, no matter what, as long they haven't attacked a player physically. I think that Ronaldo has no courage to walk by himself on the streets of Bilbao. We all know that the people who live there are Basques, not Spanish who hate everything which is related to Madrid and Spain. And after Ronaldo insulted a Basque in his own land he should look after his back. It doesn't matter how good you are( which I don't consider about Ronaldo) you are not allowed to act like this with the people who pay for football. After all, the fans and football followers are the people who indirectly make this football players so famous and rich.