Bromley: Non-League Side Turn Down The Opportunity To Sign Cristiano Ronaldo

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Bromley, a team in the Non-league of English Football has brutally turned down the opportunity to sign Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo joined Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr in December after his contract with Manchester United was mutually terminated.

But the Portuguese supposedly wants to exit Al Nassr as girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez is reportedly unhappy and keen on returning to Madrid.

One club has however rejected the opportunity to welcome the former Real Madrid man into their fold as they have themselves out of the hunt to acquire him.

English side Bromley took their opportunity to have a moment of fun at the expense of the former Juventus forward.

Sponsors of the Non-League Vanarama tweeted a mocked-up image of Ronaldo wearing a Bromley jersey with the caption: “It’s not too late if you want to play in white next season, @Cristiano,” with two eyes emoji.

And the social media account of Bromley’s excellently and shockingly replied: “Nah, you’re alright.”

This led to supporters being in hilarious mood online as one tweeted: “Don’t blame you after the season you’ve had 🤝😂.”

A second fan wrote: “We gonna talk about rejections then nothing’s more brutal than this💀.”

A third individual commented: “I agree, not good enough for Bromley, you can do better.”

 A fourth said: “LOOOOL W from the best team In the division.”

While a fifth stated: “When Bromley don’t even want you. Then you really are finished.”

This is the new blow Cristiano Ronaldo has supposedly suffered since his inflammatory interview with Piers Morgan.

Cristiano Ronaldo joined Al-Nassr in December 2022 and he has displayed decent scoring form, scoring 12 goals in 15 matches but has seen the club fall from the summit of the Saudi Pro League.

Al Nassr currently occupy the 2nd spot on the log with 56 points, two points behind Al Ittihad in the battle for the league crown.

Both teams have played 25 games but there are 5 remaining games left to play as the season nears its expiration.

Cristiano Ronaldo would be eager for a return to Real Madrid, but Spanish media outlet El Nacional reported that the Whites Angels are only willing to offer the 38-year-old an ambassadorial role at the club.

Overview of Bromley FC!

Bromley Football Club is a football team based in Bromley, Greater London, England. They are presently part of the National League, the 5th tier of English football, and their home ground is Hayes Lane.

Bromley FC
Bromley FC

The Ravens are the current holders of the FA Trophy, beating Wrexham 1-0 in the final with the lone goal being scored by Michael Cheek.

The Chairman of Bromley FC is Robin Stanton-Gleaves and the club was established in the year 1892.

Bromley’s record number of attendance for a game stands at 10,789 and it was recorded in September 1948 in an encounter against Nigeria. 

The Lilywhites biggest win was a 13–1 smashing of Redhill in 1945/46 while their heaviest loss was an 11–1 loss against Barking in 1933–34.

George Brown holds the record for the highest number of appearances from Bromley playing from 1938 to 1961, he also is the all-time leading scorer for the side with 570 goals.

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