For Cristiano Ronaldo fans, and for football aficionados, this book is a treasure trove. In crisp prose, using meticulous research interspersed. Ronaldo’s exceptional humanitarian gestures are also aptly revealed. In chapter nine of the book, it is revealed how Cristiano Ronaldo went out of his way to. Read online: From the author of the bestselling Torres and Messi, a revealing new biography of Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo. When a young Portuguese.
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Ronaldo: The Obsession for Perfection
Corinthian Books,PagesPrice Rs. For Cristiano Ronaldo fans, and for football aficionados, this book is a treasure trove.
In crisp prose, using meticulous research interspersed with first person narrative, it tells the inside story of this global superstar both on and off the pitch. In the second chapter, it is revealed that Thee could have been born in France and played for them.
His small house leaked in a dozens of places when it rained. His love for football started as a three-year-old, playing the yard or nearby street. Returning from school, he neglected his homework, grabbed a yoghurt ofr fruit, climbed out of the window, and went playing till 9.
At the age of nine years, in the season, he played for a local club Andorinha. The words of his first coach Francisa Afonso are clairvoyant. The obsession for perfection started when he was an apprentice with Sporting Lisbon. He practiced free obxession against a wall of life-sized targets.
His first salary at the Sporting Lisbon academy was about 50 Euros. His family life was also percection — his father was an alcoholic and his older brother Hugo is a drug addict. In JulyRonaldo, at the age of 17 years, eight months and two obsessoin, made his first team debut and never looked back.
The most interesting chapter is about the numerous European clubs, BarcelonaArsenalInter Milan, LiverpoolValencia and Atletico Madrid, who were trying to sign him.
Ultimately, he joined Manchester United as the most expensive teenager in the history of British football. His transfer fee was 12 million pounds, and he got paidEuros per month.
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The Obsession for Perfection – Book review. Cristiano Ronaldo Book Review. He has also written seven books on sports, primarily concentrating on Indian football. This was the first time this award was instituted in India.
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