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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The author does an incredible job of showing Ronaldo’s internal thoughts and his external actions.

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This book is a great story the author does a great job explaining but I think that in a way we can all relate because we try to be perfect rnaldo some thing.

What happened to the princess after she landed her prince? The character development is represented as he states one of the best players he played with and his special thanks for Sir Fro Ferguson. She wrote, produced, and directed it. This book from Luca Caioli shows how the world’s best player had to have started somewhere.

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The style was very beautiful as it urged my to read more. They have a lot of history.


Read online the first chapters of this book! The book shares something in common with you if you love soccer. Sep 15, Aldian added it Recommends it for: On pgthey show that the Madrid sports paper shows the comparison between the two of them. There is a session opened in another device.

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Nov 27, Dheeraj Shetty rated it really liked it. Start reading Ronaldo – Updated Edition: Returning from school, he neglected his homework, grabbed a yoghurt or fruit, climbed out of the window, and went playing till 9. Or If you are a huge Cristiano Ronaldo fan like me. This also shows how he left his family at around 12 years old to play soccer somewhere else. Then who is he? Ronaldo versus Messi has earned its place as a classic derby.

This book is about Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Prfection beginning his soccer career when he was really little. Published by Corinthian Books, Ronaldo’s rival was the little Argentinian Lionel Messi who has also won 4 best European Based players of the year. I hoped more of insight into Ronaldos life.

Sport is fuelled by rivalries between athletes, teams and countries, as well as by comparisons between different periods in each of their histories. He has played for teams AndorinhaNacionalSporting LisbonManchester Unitedand Real Madrid present day. You are probably wondering why. Please click accept to agree with the use of all cookies. Ronaldo in Portugal, Ronaldo: He is talking about his life and where he was born.

Ronaldo – The Obsession for Perfection

Learn more about Amazon Prime. The Obsession for Perfection, which charts the Portuguese forward’s spectacular rise from a poor childhood in Madeira to superstardom with Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United and Real Madrid. The Oobsession he faced as a prospect and his family relationship is well described, for example: The obsession for perfection, Luca Caioli tells us the inside story of this global superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo, both on and off the pitch.


First of all I chose to read this book because it is about the Great Cristiano Ronaldo, and the book is related to football, therefore It caught my eye.

Ronaldo perfectiob a pour kid as a little boy with his family where they lived in Portugal. All between Ronaldo’s Club life he has been playing for the Portugal National team in World Cups for quiet sometime, since he was a young lad. Cristiano Ronaldo Book Review. I recommend this book to anyone that loves football and wants to learn about the struggles and accomplishment of the world’s best football player. The Obsession for Perfection.

The Obsession for Perfection – Book review.

Ronaldo: The Obsession for Perfection – Book review

And how it was being the most expensive trade in football history. If you want to continue reading without limits, you may need to contact your bank, or you can change your payment information here:. He attracted interested in Manchester United who later bought in the summer of Send answers to competitions goal.

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