Cristiano Ronaldo is the son of Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro (a cooker) and José Dinis Aveiro (a Municipal gardener). Many say that Ronaldo's humble family origins are the reason why CR7 manages to deal so well with the fame and spotlights he has nowadays. Cristiano Ronaldo has two older sisters, Liliana Cátia and Elma, and one older brother, Hugo. Cristiano Ronaldo first steps in football/soccer were made in his amateur hometown club called Andorinha, when he was still 8 years old. A couple years later, CR7 moved to CD Nacional, one of the most known teams in Madeira, around his 10th birthday.
Ronaldo was born on the 5th of February 1985. As a child Ronaldo played for his local on the Portuguese island Madeira. Later Ronaldo were offered a contract from Sporting Lisabon, which he accepted and got the number 28. In 2003 Sporting played a match against Manchester United. Ronaldo played a very good game and all the Manchester United players begged their manager to buy him.
Although Chicharito at the moment, is the top goal scorer in Europe, most Consider Messi the best soccer player in the world. Being almost of the same age, Javier Hernandez and Leo Messi are two of the most skilled and charismatic soccer players in our time. Winning over thousands of fans each, they are greatly admired and respected among teammates, coaches and other players. They both stand out mainly because they have been able to score more goals than most if not all other players in their league. Messi, playing for FC Barcelona, has scored until today, a total of 205 goals in his career since 2003.
PROFESSIONAL SOCCER PLAYER RIGOBERTO MIGA 7-12-2011 English 11 summer Ms. Lewis Charlotte Amelia high school THE TRILLS OF BEING A PROFESSIONAL SOCCER PLAYER Becoming a soccer player is one of the best careers for me to choose because of its difficult preparation, limited qualifications, and because of the fun and financial benefits. Introduction 1. Preparation in high school A. Classes in business B. On the job training C. A high school diploma 2.
Zane Kluge 10/3/2012 Memory paper English My Highschool Soccer Experience My high school soccer experience was short lived but cut short by a surgery that I shouldn’t of had to have. I decided to go out for the team my senior year after being encouraged some friends that were veterans of the team. I’ve played rec soccer with a few of them. I was told it was a whole new game at the high school level. they told me everything about the game was accelerated and I couldn’t wait to compete.
On September 25 I attended a sporting event at Coastal Carolina University. The sporting event I went to was a men’s soccer game. I choose to go to this event because I have been playing soccer since I was a little girl. I knew I would enjoy watching a college soccer team and knew I would understand the sport better than any other. Going to a soccer game between our school and Charleston taught me more than I thought it would.
The Timbers Army (TA) is a supporters group for the Portland Timbers Major League Soccer team. They are an all volunteer organization devoted to celebrating and cheering on the “boys in green” through chants, large displays or banners (known as tifo) and community service projects. They have been around since the late 1970’s during the first years of American professional soccer. With sellout crowds and displays of support, Portland was crowned Soccer City, USA and the title has stuck ever since. My personal experience with this organization started in 2009 when I was invited to a match.
First, the person I began my research with was a young man named Niall who is from 16 years of age, and has been playing soccer ever since he could walk. Niall is from the UK more especially he his from Ireland. Although soccer is not the main sport in Ireland it is very popular in the UK which led him to begin his soccer career in keeping with his roots he refers “soccer” to football, and calls “cleats” boots as the rest of the world does. As for his fitness level Niall states he is “very active” he plays soccer on a daily basis, and along to maintain his level of fitness he runs, and lift weights on a daily basis. He one day hopes that he can go pro, and play for a large football powerhouse in England or Spain.
Talent is a great aspect to becoming a great team player. You need talent to succeed and make a good, well-known team. You need talent to be able to dribble, keep possession of the ball, and be able to know the right time to pass and shoot and also, play at a skillful and nippy level. An example of a time where talent was needed is when my brother was about nine years old and he played soccer. His team was going to play against one of the best teams in the league.
Cristiano’s second club was CD Nacional which was a quite larger and better club than Andorinha. Cristiano was definitely a very hot prospect and so he started to get some attention from very big names like Sporting which he eventually signed with. He had great success at Sporting and huge names like Gérard Houllier, manager of Liverpool at the time, started to check him out, Gérard thought he was to young to sign he said he still needed to develop his skills. In 2003 Cristiano came to Sir. Alex Ferguson’s, Manchester United manager,