Cristiano Ronaldo is a boy from Madeira, an island in Portugal. From day one, Ronaldo has worked day and night to improve his game. Ronaldo’s vertical jump and dribbles become the most favorite and common technique taught in a soccer school. It’s been worth it, as he is the most recognized soccer player in the world. “For a man who can score 30 goals in a year, it’s a big deal.” Based on several interviews with Cristiano, below are five points he wants you to understand.
His Bad Image
He speaks English very well with a strong Portuguese accent, which I will try to reproduce from the dialogues. Sometimes he thinks he gives a bad impression on the field because he is too strict. If you know him, if you are his friend, if you live in his mansion, if you talk to him in the afternoon, you know he wants to lose. When he runs with his girlfriend in the pool, he wins because he wants to lose. He doesn’t care what the newspapers or magazines say about him. The most important thing is his loved ones, the people who are his friends and with whom he works.
His Important People in Life
His mother has become the most important person in his life. She has given him what he has. She is constantly in his landscapes, the great moments and the bad. His father died of alcoholism in 2005. It was his father who gave him this title because he was a big fan of the American president; Ronald Reagan. He believes that Alex Ferguson (her former manager at Manchester United) is like a female person as he taught her many things as a father figure.
His Great and Warm Fatherhood
Ronaldo had a son while he was in the United States. The mother is not known. He doesn’t think he’s a bad father, he’s still learning. “The best thing in life would be to have a child,” he says. He’s changed a few diapers, but what he likes to do best is everything else. In essence, he’s no different than any other 20-something parent.
When I played soccer as a kid, I would cry when I outplayed my teammates, and they didn’t score. He worked out in the gym with weights on his toes. If this idea sounds silly, you should consider that Ronaldo is one of the greatest soccer players in the world. Liverpool concluded that Ronaldo was not good enough. However, he was United’s first Portuguese player and was responsible for the 1,000th goal in the English Premier League.
His Amazing Record
Let’s take a look at Ronaldo’s record, as Liverpool didn’t consider him big enough. His teams have finished no lower than third in the league. If we add the English Premier League and the Spanish League, he was champion three times, runner-up four times, and winner of the league four times. He also won the National Cup, the F.A. Cup in England, and the King’s Cup in Spain. His other records are Quarter-finalist two times, semifinalist once, losing finalist three times, and winning finalist three times. In UEFA Champions League was semifinalist three times, losing finalist once, and winning finalist twice.