Cristiano Ronaldo

Christiano RonaldoCristiano Ronaldo from the Madeira Island … seeks to be the best of the best (ever) in the world of soccer / football.

“Cristiano at 22 has definitely got to the level of the best player in the world. Thereafter it will be up to the people and coaches around the world to decide if he is as good as Maradona or Pele, but that has got to be the challenge for him now. That has to be his goal.”

The English newspaper The Independent published an article about the young star where they answer the question: Is he the best since Best?

The boy from the hillside overlooking Funchal on the Madeira Islands is still a bit of a mystery to the English public. He does not do many interviews, apart from the occasional tightly controlled magazine number which his manager, Sir Alex Ferguson approves, and he has a reputation for being a touch standoffish, perhaps a legacy of the child prodigy years. Ronaldo’s background tells you much about the man, but first to the most immediate question: can he legitimately be called the greatest footballer now playing in the world?

What do you think?

3 Replies to “Cristiano Ronaldo”

  1. Ronaldo is fantastic and deserves the recognition as one of the best players in the world. He is an amazing player and shows this in almost every match he plays for both manunited and portugal as he blesses the pitch with wondereful and dazzling stepovers and speed. He has gone from stregnth to stregnth and overcome many issues that he has faced especially the rape accusation and world cup ‘incident’which many players wouldnt be able to handle. i admire his courage and he should be very proud that he was just a boy from little madeira who is taking the football by storm!

  2. Being a fan of Cristiano Ronaldo,it is quite fitting that he was awarded both Young Player of the Year and Player of the Year both being voted for by his peers in the game. So much for all his critics!

  3. Yet another accolade for Cristiano being today awarded The Football Writers Association Footballer of the Year. Can they all be wrong?

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