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Ronaldo Could Miss The CL Final And It's All Because Dani Carvajal Was Watching Kerry GAA

Ronaldo Could Miss The CL Final And It's All Because Dani Carvajal Was Watching Kerry GAA
By Gavin Cooney
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If folk from Kerry were wondering how professional continental sport might look were they allowed to compete, they may have got their answer. Yesterday we brought you the bizarre news that Real Madrid right-back Dani Carvajal spent last weekend watching the second round of the Kerry Senior Football Championship in Killorglin.

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He proved to be a man of impeccable taste: both games in the double-header of Mid Kerry versus Dingle and East Kerry versus Milltown/Castlemaine went to extra-time, with a combined total of seven goals and 58 points, spectacles considerably more thrilling than any of the dreary, uncompetitive dross that was served to us on last weekend's Sunday Game.

Carvajal has since left the Kingdom and returned to a place of considerably fewer trappings of royalty - Real Madrid's training base - and sadly, proved he learned from his experience of Kerry football. Cristiano Ronaldo is in danger of missing the weekend's Champions League final having been injured in training by Carvajal.


The injury was suffered when Carvajal went all cute hoor and shoved Ronaldo in the back, causing him to collide with the goalkeeper:

Carvajal presumably learned such a move off Peter Crowley, who was playing with Mid Kerry:


Naturally, alarm bells will now sound among Madrid fans and staff. Ronaldo was also not fully fit for Madrid's 2014 victory against Atleti. He played, but was largely a passenger, outshone by Gareth Bale. Despite this fact, Ronaldo managed to win a penalty and rip off his top in celebration, flexing his muscles in a move of arch-narcissism.

Not the type of thing you would see at the Kerry Championship. Carvajal is now hoping that Madrid didn't see him at the same competition.

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