1What his father told him about Dreams
In Ronaldo’s own words during an interview “When I was 7, I told my dad I want to have a house like Micheal Jackson’s one. And then he said to me that dreams are only dreams, that’s a privilege of the rich people. I have grown up now and my dream came true, but I feel sad that my father can’t see that and what have I reached in my life. But I know he’s watching me from the sky.”
2Sense of responsibility
I’ve always had a sense of responsibility, whether I’ve been captain or not. But I must say that I’m both pleased and proud to be Portugal captain, despite how young I am, because I know what it means. My job is still the same though. I need to do what I do best out on the pitch, and that’s score goals and help my team win.
3Formula to be best
I see myself as the best footballer in the world. If you don’t believe you are the best, then you will never achieve all that you are capable of.
For me Sir Alex was my father in football. He was crucial in my career and, outside football, was a great human being with me. Talent isn’t everything. You can have it from the cradle, but it is necessary to learn the trade to be the best.
Sir Alex has a special place in my life. In fact, he was the main man. I was not famous, I was not a star. I arrived at Old Trafford as just another young talent. He was the one who told me to do all the right things. He gave me the opportunity to play in one of the biggest clubs in the world. So he is one of the most important people in the world for me. I worked with Sir Alex for a few years and I know he deserves everything that he has achieved in his career. He works so hard, he is clever, he has experience, he is a human guy.
Madrid and United are the two biggest clubs in the world and it’s a real 50-50. It could go either way. Manchester was my home and still is in my heart. I love it. Because when people treat you very well you never forget that. And I will never forget United, the people who work there and the supporters. So I am so happy to be going back to Manchester.
6Life is more than what you expect
People have to understand one thing: at the age of 18, I arrived at a dream club like Manchester United. It was a dream come true. But, even at that moment, I was thinking about playing in England for some years and then going to play in Spain. Even at that time I was thinking that way, and I always gave 100% everything.
My father always taught me that when you help other people, then God will give you double. And that’s what has really happened to me. When I have helped other people who are in need, God has helped me more.
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