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    It really is a tragedy this guy doesn't have a WC medal when you consider how much of a boss he was in the Euros.

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    awesome player, looked a class apart from the rest of the villarreal players

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    Thanks, man! :d

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    Found some old quotes from him:

    Villarreal captain Marcos Senna has reportedly labelled Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo as having an ‘over-rated’ importance at the Red Devils and insisted he is not a ‘complete player’.

    The two sides are due to meet in midweek when the two sides go head-to-head in the Champions League on Tuesday. And according to the News of the World the Spanish star appears to be clearly unimpressed with the Red Devil.

    “Cristiano is a great player and I once said he made up 50 per cent of United’s strike force,” said Senna. “Now I think I over-rated his importance. When Cristiano does not score, his role is limited. Yes, he is fast, but countless step-overs are not necessarily productive.”

    Ronaldo limped out of United’s goalless draw with Aston Villa yesterday and is now a doubt for the Villarreal game. Yet Senna clearly does not believe the hype that surrounds the Portuguese player and views Ronaldinho as a better footballer. “He is not a complete player like Ronaldinho in the good times,” explained the Villarreal skipper. “He used to score, take penalties, free kicks, dribble, give accurate short and deep passes, assist and run everywhere.”

    United travel to Spain on Tuesday to meet Villarreal with both sides hoping to improve on the goalless draw the two sides shared at Old Trafford in their opening Champions League encounter of the season.