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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Published April 17th by Icon Books first published I didn’t know that he scored over goals. In he won his third Best European Based player in the world and also the following year in Ronaldo is his favorite soccer player, so it makes reading fun. Then again, i cant judge what i dont know This is also what makes the boo The book Ronaldo: Bought for our year old son, as he had to read a biography over the summer. 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.

Ronaldo in Portugal, England, Spain, and his life as a soccer player. Customers who bought this item also bought. As Ronaldo progressed in his football he would start to play in young leagues were he smashed every team and player that got in his way. Jul 29, Eduardo rated it liked it. Lastly, his life in the current club, Real Madrid and to be spotted as one of the best cristiaano in the world. And how it was being the most expensive trade in football history.


Send answers to competitions goal. Ronaldo was a pour kid as a little boy with his family where they lived in Portugal. That is not an easy thing to do.

Jan 13, Aakash Arora rated it really liked it. The Obsession for Perfection on your Kindle in under a minute. 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 role of Alex Ferguson in making Ronaldo a complete team man is also well-documented. Contact Us Advertise with Us. Published in the UK: Nov 27, Dheeraj Shetty rated it really liked it. Ronaldo as obsrssion kid having a strong passion for football he played it a lot, 7 days a week he would have little matches outside on the street where his apartment was.

His birthplace was Fuchal in Madeira, Portugal.

Ronaldo: The Obsession for Perfection – Book review

Bosession want to read without limits! Everyone has their own opinion. Cristiano Eonaldo is known throughout the world for his devastating ability and his carefully crafted image.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Then who is he? The emotions that he says in the book makes you have empathy for Cristiano. You should call the book: Read more Read less. Oct 23, Chris Andrews rated it really liked it. He has a brother named Hugo and two sisters named Katia and Elma.


Please try again later. Messi Mediocre biography about one of the greatest football players ever. Want to Read saving…. The Obsession for Perfection by Luca Caioli. But what happens after the Happily Ever After? It’s a question asked thousands of times It perection contains a little of his dramatic moments in life.

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Ronaldo – The Obsession for Perfection

Ronaldo versus Messi has earned its place as a classic derby. If you’re a real soccer fan you should definitely pick up this book. At the age of nine years, in the season, he played for a local club Andorinha. This book was a great and easy read especially if you are a soccer fan and love Cristiano Ronaldo.

This also shows how he left his family at around 12 years old to play soccer somewhere else. The Obsession for Perfection. Books worth reading for a hardcore Ronaldo fan especially his pre Sporting Lisbon time where the author beautifully expresses his cristiwno in words which will not bore the reader. If you’re a Cristiano Ronaldo fan.