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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I really liked the book Ronaldo a lot. Criistiano three things is what gives character to the book. By clicking on one of those titles you will be redirected to the beginning of that work, where you’ll find a new TOC that lists all the chapters and sub-chapters of that specific work.
I liked 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.
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Ronaldo – The Obsession for Perfection
This book from Luca Caioli shows how the world’s best player had to have started somewhere and that he is human. Ronaldo was a pour kid as a little boy with his family where they lived in Portugal. This is a book to read, you might know a lot about him already but this book provides great details about him and his important achievements in life.
We tried to charge your subscription, but the payment failed. Preview — Ronaldo by Luca Caioli. You are probably wondering why. Organization of the book could’ve been a little better as some of the chapters were a bit misaligned.
The Inside Story of the boy who became a Legend because they had different lives but they both made to the top, Messi because of Natural Skills Ronaldo because of Hard Work and Passion.
Since his record-breaking 80 million poundsterling move to Real Madrid. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. His writing is never confusing as he describes everything little detail with grace. Set up a giveaway. Leslie Zemeckis 0 1 0 Zemeckis is one of pertection a few burlesque historians world-wide, and she herself has spent more than a decade performing in burlesque.
Ronaldo a lot of things come to mind when the football community hear his name.
Don’t have a Kindle? This book from Luca Caioli shows how the world’s best player had to have started somewhere. I have a much more profound respect for him after reading this book. This was purchased for my 14 year old son.
But now there is a personal duel between two stars which has become one of the greatest one-on-ones ever. Ronaldo had a rough childhood.
She wrote, produced, and directed it. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He started from being poor living in a small house poor neighborhood, and he changed it to being a millionaire and doing what he loves to do everyday. To ask other readers questions about Ronaldoplease sign up.
This book definitely deserves 5 stars and in one word is, admirable.
Ronaldo: The Obsession for Perfection
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As a youth, he played for Andorinha.
Cristiano clearly wins in that comparison, but when they get compared by the Italian paper La Gazette Dello Sport, Messi wins by a point. But I felt the author has focused too much on the off field life of Ronaldo rather than his on field brilliance after he joins Man united, at times he skips the whole season and mentions only the last few games of the season neglecting his hat ricks, red cards, last minute wins during the middle of season which is a huge minus point of this book.
The Obsession for Perfectionanswer the following question: As you usual he has scored and assisted countless goals for Portugal and is still going for more. 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.
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I am a huge soccer fan and I really learned a lot about Ronaldo as a person from only knowing him as a soccer player. You can change the cookie settings here. All between Ronaldo’s Club life he has been playing for the Portugal Rinaldo team in World Cups for quiet sometime, since he was a young lad. He was born Feburary, 5, The comparisons between Ronaldo and Messi have been made constantly ever since the two started to shine at Manchester United and Barcelona.
But around the end i don’t know why the author was talking about Messi. This book had amazing descriptions of this great player. But what’s the real story behind the hashtags? Featuring insights from those who know him best: Jun 08, Robin Jiang rated it it was amazing. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Martunis was adrift for nineteen days and survived by eating whatever he could and drinking prfection, and was weak, dehydrated and covered with insect bites.