Cristiano Ronaldo stats in the2013/2014 season.

Total Goals:47
Spanish League “La Liga”: 30
Copa del Rey: 3
UEFA Champions League:16
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Pre-seasongoals:6
CR7 full/complete statistics and goals for Real Madrid, in 2013-2014:
Right Foot:24|Left Foot:7|Head:5|Free Kick:4|Penalty Kick:9|TOTAL:49
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Goals in 2014(calendar year)*:
Real Madrid: 22
Portugal: 2
TOTAL: 24
(Last update: 30-04-2014)
“Calendar Year” goals throughout Ronaldo’s entire career:

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Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben says he will not watch how former club Chelsea fare in tonight’s UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg against Atletico Madrid.

Robben’s European Cup holders went out to Atletico’s city rivals Real in Bavaria last night, 5-0 on aggregate, but the Dutchman had little words of encouragement for his former team-mates.
He toldSky Sports: “I don’t really care. I watched the first game, it was 90 minutes. I couldn’t watch it because I don’t think it had anything to do with football.
“It’s okay, the two managers, everybody does it in their own way. (But) I think Real Madrid are going to win the final and I wish them all the best.”
Bayern retained the Bundesliga with ease in Pep Guardiola’s first season in charge and still have a German Cup final against Borussia Dortmund to contest.
Robben said they could not afford to underestimate Dortmund, their domestic rivals who they beat at Wembley last season to win the Champions League.
He said: “We have been punished tonight, but we have to lift our heads, because we have a cup final coming up.
“We took a beating, we have to accept it, cry about it, go home and then move on.”

GOOD NEWS: CHELSEA GOALKEEPER RETURN TO TRAINING AND JOHN TERRY AFTER THEIR INJURIES AGAINST ATH. MADRID 1ST LEG.

Goalkeeper Petr Cechtook part in training on the eve of the Champions League semi-final second leg with Atletico Madrid a week after being ruled out for the season by manager Jose Mourinho with a dislocated shoulder sustained in the first leg.
Cech departed after 20 minutes of last Tuesday’s first leg, which finished 0-0, to be replaced by Mark Schwarzerwith Mourinho subsequently ruling his number one out for the rest of the campaign, but it remains to be seen if the Czech has made a surprise recovery.
Captain John Terry(ankle) was also present in training, having initially been ruled out up to the 24 May final in Lisbon, while Eden Hazard(calf) and Samuel Eto’o (knee) were also present after recent absences.
It is not unheard of for an athlete to make a quick recovery from a dislocated shoulder as it depends on the tissue damage surrounding the injury. It would still be regarded as a risk if Mourinho, who suggested Cech would require an operation, selects the goalkeeper.
Cech strode out to the training field at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground while bouncing a ball with each hand. He warmed up with the full squad before breaking off with the goalkeepers, as usual. As Schwarzer, Hilario and Mitchell Beeney continued their specific drills, Cech moved out of view of the media invited to the first 15 minutes of the session.
Central defender Terry missed last Sunday’s win over Liverpool which keeps Mourinho’s Blues in English Premier League contention, albeit with the title destination out of their hands. Playmaker Hazard was injured in the second leg with Paris Saint-Germain and striker Eto’o missed the first leg at Atletico with a minor knee problem.
Hazard has been Chelsea’s most important attacking player this season, while Eto’o has scored all 12 of his goals at home. Eto’o, like Mourinho, is bidding to win the Champions League with a third club, having already lifted the trophy with Barcelona and Inter Milan.

GOOD NEWS: CHELSEA GOALKEEPER RETURN TO TRAINING AND JOHN TERRY AFTER THEIR INJURIES AGAINST ATH. MADRID 1ST LEG.

Goalkeeper Petr Cechtook part in training on the eve of the Champions League semi-final second leg with Atletico Madrid a week after being ruled out for the season by manager Jose Mourinho with a dislocated shoulder sustained in the first leg.
Cech departed after 20 minutes of last Tuesday’s first leg, which finished 0-0, to be replaced by Mark Schwarzerwith Mourinho subsequently ruling his number one out for the rest of the campaign, but it remains to be seen if the Czech has made a surprise recovery.
Captain John Terry(ankle) was also present in training, having initially been ruled out up to the 24 May final in Lisbon, while Eden Hazard(calf) and Samuel Eto’o (knee) were also present after recent absences.
It is not unheard of for an athlete to make a quick recovery from a dislocated shoulder as it depends on the tissue damage surrounding the injury. It would still be regarded as a risk if Mourinho, who suggested Cech would require an operation, selects the goalkeeper.
Cech strode out to the training field at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground while bouncing a ball with each hand. He warmed up with the full squad before breaking off with the goalkeepers, as usual. As Schwarzer, Hilario and Mitchell Beeney continued their specific drills, Cech moved out of view of the media invited to the first 15 minutes of the session.
Central defender Terry missed last Sunday’s win over Liverpool which keeps Mourinho’s Blues in English Premier League contention, albeit with the title destination out of their hands. Playmaker Hazard was injured in the second leg with Paris Saint-Germain and striker Eto’o missed the first leg at Atletico with a minor knee problem.
Hazard has been Chelsea’s most important attacking player this season, while Eto’o has scored all 12 of his goals at home. Eto’o, like Mourinho, is bidding to win the Champions League with a third club, having already lifted the trophy with Barcelona and Inter Milan.

GOOD NEWS: CHELSEA GOALKEEPER RETURN TO TRAINING AND JOHN TERRY AFTER THEIR INJURIES AGAINST ATH. MADRID 1ST LEG.

Goalkeeper Petr Cechtook part in training on the eve of the Champions League semi-final second leg with Atletico Madrid a week after being ruled out for the season by manager Jose Mourinho with a dislocated shoulder sustained in the first leg.
Cech departed after 20 minutes of last Tuesday’s first leg, which finished 0-0, to be replaced by Mark Schwarzerwith Mourinho subsequently ruling his number one out for the rest of the campaign, but it remains to be seen if the Czech has made a surprise recovery.
Captain John Terry(ankle) was also present in training, having initially been ruled out up to the 24 May final in Lisbon, while Eden Hazard(calf) and Samuel Eto’o (knee) were also present after recent absences.
It is not unheard of for an athlete to make a quick recovery from a dislocated shoulder as it depends on the tissue damage surrounding the injury. It would still be regarded as a risk if Mourinho, who suggested Cech would require an operation, selects the goalkeeper.
Cech strode out to the training field at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground while bouncing a ball with each hand. He warmed up with the full squad before breaking off with the goalkeepers, as usual. As Schwarzer, Hilario and Mitchell Beeney continued their specific drills, Cech moved out of view of the media invited to the first 15 minutes of the session.
Central defender Terry missed last Sunday’s win over Liverpool which keeps Mourinho’s Blues in English Premier League contention, albeit with the title destination out of their hands. Playmaker Hazard was injured in the second leg with Paris Saint-Germain and striker Eto’o missed the first leg at Atletico with a minor knee problem.
Hazard has been Chelsea’s most important attacking player this season, while Eto’o has scored all 12 of his goals at home. Eto’o, like Mourinho, is bidding to win the Champions League with a third club, having already lifted the trophy with Barcelona and Inter Milan.

ALEX FERGUSON: Ryan Giggs should be given Manchester United job full time• Ferguson pleased Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes are assistants• ‘Giggs has 20-odd years of experience at Manchester United’

Ryan Giggs would thrive because he ‘knows what’s needed to be a Manchester United player,’ said Sir Alex Ferguson. Photograph: John Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images
Sir Alex Fergusonbelieves Ryan Giggsshould become the next permanent Manchester Unitedmanager despite the club viewing the 40-year-old as lacking the requisite experience to become David Moyes’s long-term successor.
Giggs was given the role on an interim basis on Tuesday after the sacking of Moyes. While the Welshman was happy to accept the job for only the last four matches of the season, Giggs is open to being the long-term No1.
Despite Ferguson’s backing of Moyes proving a dire miscalculation after the Scot lasted only 10 months of a six-year contract, the 71-year-old has no doubts that Giggs can succeed in the post.
“I think that he [Giggs] is the one man they should go to, really,” Ferguson said at a fundraising dinner in Manchester this week. “He’s got 20-odd years of experience at Manchester United. I signed him as a kid at 13 years of age. He’s gone through the gamut of emotions at the club – he’s experienced all the highs and lows. He knows exactly what’s needed to be a Manchester United player and I was so pleased he brought Paul Scholesback in, and Nicky Butt of course – two great professionals.
“They understand the club, they are hard workers, they are straight as a die. So you have got the right combinations there, there’s no doubt about that.”
Giggs stated at his media briefing before Saturday’s visit of Norwich City to Old Trafford that he and Ferguson have ongoing contact. “He was the first person I picked the phone up to,” the 40-year-old said.
Kenny Dalglish and Pep Guardiola, at Liverpool and Barcelona respectively, were each managers of no or limited experience who proved successful. “Yes, it can happen,” Giggs said.
Ferguson, before retiring last May, had talked of establishing a structure at United similar to Bayern Munich, where key roles are occupied by former successful players.
He has underlined that he believes this can still be achieved. “One of the things we have been criticised about over the years is succession planning,” he said. “It’s a very difficult industry to say you can have succession planning. But in the case of what we were doing in the last few years, with bringing Nicky Butt into the fold, Ryan into the fold, Paul Scholes into the fold, and Gary Neville was offered a position but he decided to go into television. He could easily come back.
“The model is Bayern Munich where they had [Karl-Heinz] Rummenigge, [Gerd] Müller, [Uli] Hoeness, [Franz] Beckenbauer and [Sepp] Maier all in the camp. They were all there with their knowledge of the great Bayern Munich teams. And that was our model, and it wasn’t really until David Gill came in we started doing that. And what’s what we see today.”
Ferguson added: “Paul Scholes is one of these guys who has few words but the few words are so succinct, accurate and to the point. He is brilliant at it. Many times I would bring in the older guard to discuss certain things that we maybe wanted their opinion on. Scholesy had three or four words – bang, bang, bang. He was such a revelation for me for a young man to be so positive, a decision maker.
“I think Ryan will get the benefit of that now. That was the first thing Ryan did; he phoned up Scholesy – he was on holiday and called him back.”

Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg on why girls need to do computer scienceFacebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg discusses her book Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead

This week on Tech Weekly withAleks Krotoskiwe hear from one of the most powerful figures in the global digital economy,Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook. Sandberg tellsJemima Kissabout the latest edition of her hugely successful book Lean Inand why the tech sector and society needs to facilitate and encourage the ambitions of women. The interview was recorded as part of the Guardian’s Women in Leadership  eventsand the podcast includes an extract from the full discussion which is posted as a Tech Weekly Extra exclusive on our Soundcloud account. Click here to  listen in full.
Aleks is also joined byJuliette Garsideto discuss the decision by Weibo and other Chinese tech and e-commerce companies to float on the New York stock exchange.
Finally, we ask the question: has Marisa Mayer turned Yahoo around?
Source: Guardian