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Cristiano Ronaldo: Confederations Cup win with Portugal 'a dream'

The guys answer your tweets on Ronaldo's FIFA Player of the Year Award, the FIFPro World XI, and Claudio Ranieri.
The FC crew debate whether or not Cristiano Ronaldo was most deserving of the FIFA's Best Men's Player award.
Craig Burley and Ross Dyer assess how long Cristiano Ronaldo will continue to dominate player awards.
Zinedine Zidane lauds Cristiano Ronaldo's impact both on and off the pitch for Real Madrid.

Cristiano Ronaldo has said it would be "a dream to win" the Confederations Cup with Portugal, ahead of their first ever appearance in the tournament.

Portugal have been drawn to face New Zealand, Mexico and hosts Russia in Group A, while Germany, Chile, Australia and the winners of this month's African Nations Cup will make up Group B.

Having won the Champions League, the European Championship and FIFA Club World Cup in 2016, Ronaldo is hoping to win a second title with his country this year.

"It...

Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid and Portugal among Laureus nominees

Craig Burley and Ross Dyer assess how long Cristiano Ronaldo will continue to dominate player awards.
The FC crew debate whether or not Cristiano Ronaldo was most deserving of the FIFA's Best Men's Player award.

Cristiano Ronaldo and his teams Portugal and Real Madrid have all been nominated for prizes in the upcoming Laureus 2017 awards.

Ronaldo's achievements with club and country through the last calendar year see him nominated in the World Sportsman of the Year category, while Madrid winning the Champions League, the Club World Cup and the European Super Cup and Portugal's success at Euro 2016 has them both on the World Team of the Year shortlist.

Alongside Ronaldo on the sportsman of the year shortlist...

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Cristiano Ronaldo doubts he'll pursue coaching career when he retires

The FC crew debate whether or not Cristiano Ronaldo was most deserving of the FIFA's Best Men's Player award.

Cristiano Ronaldo said he doesn't see himself "becoming a coach" after picking up the Best FIFA Men's Player award on Monday.

Speaking to FIFA following the presentation of the inaugural award for the top male player in football, Ronaldo, who also won the Ballon d'Or at the end of 2016, admitted he couldn't rule anything out.

"Very difficult... never say never," Ronaldo told FIFA's official website.

"I don't know what will happen in the future but in this moment I don't see myself becoming a coach."

Ronaldo's...

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Ronaldo and Messi vote for teammates but not each other for FIFA award

ESPN FC's Martin Ainstein recaps the winners and losers from The Best FIFA awards in Zurich.
The FC crew debate whether or not Cristiano Ronaldo was most deserving of the FIFA's Best Men's Player award.
Craig Burley and Ross Dyer assess how long Cristiano Ronaldo will continue to dominate player awards.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi did not vote for each other for the Best FIFA Men's Player award, instead choosing three of their own club teammates.

The two stars, who voted as captains of their national teams, chose the same policy for last year's Ballon d'Or as well, with Messi again picking Luis Suarez first, Neymar second and Andres Iniesta third.

Ronaldo's ballot changed, however, as he moved Gareth Bale up from third to first, followed by Luka Modric and Sergio Ramos. A year ago, he had...

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Claudio Ranieri wins Best FIFA Men's Coach of the Year over Santos, Zidane

Claudio Ranieri reminisces over Leicester's special 2016 and applauds his side's fight in their 1-0 win over West Ham.
Journey back to Leicester's remarkable fairytale in 2016, but what can we expect from the Foxes in 2017?

Leicester City's Claudio Ranieri won the Best FIFA Men's Coach of the Year award on Monday after beating Portugal's Fernando Santos and Real Madrid's Zinedine Zidane on the shortlist.

Ranieri defied odds of 5,000-1 to lead Leicester to the Premier League title last season -- the first-ever top-flight title in their 132-year history -- and has overseen a strong start to the club's first ever Champions League campaign this season, despite his side struggling in the league.

Leicester conceded...