Amazing Facts About Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the most popular athlete in the world, and also one of greatest soccer player in history. “CR7” made some amazing records during his inedible career, especially after his transfer to Real Madrid. Let’s see Amazing Facts About Cristiano Ronaldo.

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In this article we are going to share with you some of amazing facts about Ronaldo. if you know any other fact about CR7, that we haven’t mentioned, let us know below in comment section, we will include with your name. so let’s start:

Amazing Facts About Cristiano Ronaldo

Some of the Amazing Facts About Cristiano RonaldoRonaldo Doesn’t drink, smoke and haven’t any tattoos. (Very rare for a player at that level)

that is some thing very rare for Ronaldo’s level player. i don’t think any other athlete have Ronaldo’s kind of great habits.

Next on Amazing Facts About Cristiano Ronaldo, No tattoos because he donates blood twice a year and does not want to affect that.

Next on Amazing Facts About Cristiano Ronaldo, No drinking because his father died of alcohol abuse problems, also because he says he doesn’t want to do something that will hinder his ability to play football. Same reason behind smoking.

Was amazing Player at age of 11 years.

Some of the Amazing Facts About Cristiano Ronaldo

Paulo Cardoso, who was his first coach at Sporting Lisbon, said: “When he got the ball he went past two or three players. At the end of the game the players gathered around him, they knew he was a special kid.

Speaking of Amazing Facts About Cristiano Ronaldo, Jose Mourinho likened Ronaldo to Marco van Basten, who was the former Holland striker. Mourinho said: “I remembered the first time when I saw him playing. I told my assistant, this is amazing & he had great technique to sustain and stood out.”

As a teenager Ronaldo would train in the games using weights on either foot or then dribbling with the ball. He thought it would improve his technique because without weights he would be even faster.

Liverpool decided Ronaldo wasn’t good enough a year before he signed for Manchester United for £12.2m from Sporting in 2003. After the winger played against United in a friendly Sir Alex Ferguson said: “At half-time I knew I had to sign this boy. He was sensational.”

There is only one Cristiano Ronaldo but there are two Ronaldos. As coach of Brazil, Luiz Felipe Scolari, who worked with the other Ronaldo, said: “I hoped Cristiano would be as good one day. He just doesn’t stop, no matter how much you demand of him.”

During the exhibition match between Manchester United and Sporting Lisbon after Sir Alex decided to sign Ronaldo John O’shea was given the task of marking Cristiano Ronaldo as a result of which John had to be given oxygen masks during half time because you can guess what would happened.

Sir Alex Ferguson had no hesitation in handing Ronaldo the No 7 shirt. He said:  “We’ve had some fantastic No 7s, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona, David Beckham, some wouldn’t want that jersey but his confidence was high even at level of 18. When he made his debut as substitute against Bolton he took the place by storm.”

This is because of George Best, said about him- to write a few times down the years that united number 7 have been compared to me. For the first time it has been a compliment to me. This is probably the greatest compliment a football player can receive.

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  • Uday

    very interesting

  • Josh Esterhuizen

    Cristiano Ronaldo was expelled at the age of 14 because he threw a chair at the teacher. he said he did this because the teacher disrespected him.