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Kit man forgot to remove the '7' from Ronaldo's tracksuit

The Real Madrid kit man forgot to remove the identification numbers - the same as the players' shirt numbers - from the badge on their tracksuits.

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AS.com | 17/11/2012

A photograph published by AS which appeared to show Cristiano Ronaldo covering the Real Madrid badge on his tracksuit with a number 7 caused a certain amount of controversy but in fact had little to do with the Portuguese forward.

The club's kit man often writes player's shirt numbers on a sticker on top of the Madrid badge as a way of identifying which item of clothing belongs to who, and in this case he forgot to remove the stickers, leading to Ronaldo being photographed with his number covering the badge.

It was the most inopportune moment for such an error to occur, given that a day earlier AS had reported that Ronaldo was not happy at Madrid and could join another club in the summer.

Ronaldo is understood to be furious at the implication he had covered up his badge himself, and was not aware that it had been covered up, and had no intention of making such a gesture against the club's badge.

The club have published other photographs of players who also had the badge on their tracksuits covered up by their identification numbers, among them Iker Casillas, Marcelo, Altintop and Pepe.

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  • 2 0720900021 - 18-11-2012 - 08:23:39h

    I agree with you Satoshi. CR7 was more appreciated at Man United than here at the Santiago Bernabeu. I will feel sad when he leaves but honestly that will be the best move for him.

  • 1 satoshi - 17-11-2012 - 18:56:17h

    Cristiano has every reason to be sad in Spain. He is not appreciated here. I saw one abelda the other day defending the guy that gave him a huge cut or tried to blind him and the the so called spanish jornalists there were clapping for the guy. If it were to be Messi, the guy will no more play football this year. Ronaldo get the hell out of this club. You have made your mark here. Let them continue with their locall politics in their la liga. Last year it was 4penalties for messi in two games just to be the top scorer. And all 46goals scored by Cristiamo last year, non was included in the best goals of fifa not minding the beauty and importance of those goals.

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