June 23, 2024

Cristiano Ronaldo: Impossible to Ignore Official BBC Sport Documentary



Published May 11, 2023, 10:40 a.m. by Liam Bradley


There's no doubt that Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest footballers of all time. He has won numerous trophies, including five Ballon d'Or awards, and is considered to be one of the most complete players in the game. His ability to score goals is unparalleled, and his breathtaking dribbling skills have made him a real crowd favorite.

The documentary Sport - Cristiano Ronaldo Impossible to Ignore is a fascinating look at one of the world's most famous athletes. It tells the story of Ronaldo's journey from obscurity to global superstar, and examines the factors that have contributed to his success. The film features exclusive footage of Ronaldo in action, as well as interviews with some of his biggest admirers.

Sport - Cristiano Ronaldo Impossible to Ignore is a must-watch for anyone interested in football or sports history. It is an excellent tribute to one of the world's greatest athletes, and will leave you wondering why Ronaldo's career has been so successful.

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in my mind i'm always the best


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i don't care what the people's thinking


what they say in my mind i'm always the


best


all this happened


because of reason


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the reason is i'm unbelievable inside


the pitch this is why people have


so much interest on me


the numbers say everything


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hmm


the alera ronaldo


it's the man that's got it all


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how many other men on the planet


would you say he's got everything


so i mean


you can go through the list of things


that you you know i'm talking about the


best footballer


the most goals


played at the biggest clubs


won the biggest titles


got a beautiful family


everyone would want to be in there in


that amount of shoes if you're growing


up as a kid and you say i want it


it'd be one of your top picks


18 year old cristiano ronaldo wearing


seven david beckham's old shirt he is


twinkle toad and skillful and full of


tricks and full of magic


that ability to


repeat the stuff


that others aren't willing to do


that's what his real talent is


the fans they get crazy they get mad


they they don't know how to react when


they are close to him they try to jump


they try to


to touch him


to have one second opportunity to be


close or to sign something


love him or loathe him manchester united


ronaldo is now the most expensive


footballer in the world


he doesn't care what you think of him he


doesn't care how you feel about his


success he will pray and he won't


apologize he'll strut around saying i've


won you know this is me


and and people are always like this


maybe someone's who don't like me but


because i'm maybe i'm too good


for me again to the top was


predominantly about work ethic mentality


wanting to be the best


hit and lose and always want to win


which is the things that i see in him


we've been better than them we played


better than them so we deserve to win


the league he will look you straight in


the eye and he will tell you he's the


best


but at the same time he will be so keen


to


emphasize just how much hard work went


into him being the best


he's just different he's made different


built differently


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time


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he creates moments that


hardly anybody else can


after much speculation on a possible


transfer one of the world's greatest


levels


juventus


deal reported 100 million pounds


yeah i have to say


yes


i was surprised


uh when the first when the news


first started to rumble you think of


that's probably just a rumor the


headlines in italy on the day of his


arrival were just


crazy in love


he arrives was the headline of the most


famous sports newspaper


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this man this figure the myth legend the


icon has arrived


oh my god you guys like this is going to


be insane


it was renowned


what juventus get when they sang


cristiano ronaldo is the reigning ballon


d'or holder the best player in the world


he's 33 you go 100 million


really but he's still incredibly fit and


he looks after himself properly


juve effectively get the world's biggest


star


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my dad is special


not because i'm born there but all my


family is there


my friends and uncles everyone is there


and this is why


it's a special island for me


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atlanta


you can see the place


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today


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foreign


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foreign


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we just missed out on signing ronaldinho


we were all excited and we was away


thinking we're gonna get ronaldinho and


he went and signed for barcelona


and everyone was like a bit deflated


don't get ronaldinho then we play


sporting and we're in a tunnel and all


of a sudden you start getting whispers


they've got a kid called granada meant


to be half decent a young kid meant to


be really good


i don't think anything of it and the


game starts and then you look at each


other and you're like


okay


he's doing mad stuff he's embarrassing a


couple of our players


it was a bit of a sand pit the pitch to


be fair but he was dancing on it like it


was a normal pitch


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i remember half time when i was going


toilet i think with nikki button skulls


i think it might have been and we're all


standing there saying oh my god we got a


sign


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and then the game finished and we were


all sat on the the coach after waiting


everyone's sitting again


i've been here and now waiting an hour


like let's go we've got to get to the


airport barbara and then it starts to


the noise starts coming traveling back


through the coach that


mr gill


he was the ceo at the time and the


manager in there


and they've got


cristiano and advice like lock


waiting so he can't leave the stadium so


until he signs and agrees to come to


united so


i think that was where the deal was


agreed and then that the rest is history


well


the interesting thing about ronaldo is


there was skepticism even before he


played a game


that was simply the way where you've


signed a portuguese teenager and that


was this enormous tower now


he arrived the the gorky not very


worldly wise bambi


his skin still bore the evidence that he


was pretty young


his teeth weren't hollywood


now just to the cameras please


and every dressing room particularly


that manchester united dressing room is


a school of hard knocks


my office was always in the gym


so it was always available for anybody


whenever they wanted to talk because the


talking and the listening is really what


gets you used to


what they're saying and why they're


saying it and how to actually work with


them


power development is basically looking


at all the different things that the


brain has to focus on


it's listening to the player and finding


out what they need in their minds


that's the key the important key is that


mind of the person


it's not the body at all it's the brain


it's the athlete who trains the body


we've got to train the brains what you


need to do with your body you know how


we do that and it's not just on the


physical side it's not on the mental


side it's on the emotional side it's on


the spiritual side


i'm carrington and i'm in the chair in


the gym


and this young man turns up early in the


morning


he said i've heard about you and i know


that you do a lot of work individually


with a lot of the players


and he said i want to be the best player


in the world


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18 year old essentially sort of billed


as david beckham's long-term replacement


and by the end of the game had just


completely


eradicated that hanging specter he was


he was sensational in that first game


cristiano ronaldo who absolutely roasted


united and a friendly recently for


sporting lisbon has caused


pandemonium since he came on


but there was a kind of rowing back


after that as there always is with young


players and he did take a while to adapt


in his first season he used to go down


too early what it did particularly away


from home it turned the crowd against


him and the


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cautioned team for taking a dive


no contact at all


when he first signed he was about skills


about entertaining about being like the


guy in the crowd to entertain the crowd


rather than products


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everyone's taught with end product and


that's what he's got to deliver i mean


the tricks the party pieces are all very


well but


what you've got to define is whether you


want to play with them or against them


as i said i have time and still the jury


would bear


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ronaldo in the in the early years was


kind of looked upon as unbelievably


talented but a little bit of a show pony


at times and he used to do the obviously


massive amount of step overs


ronaldo


sometimes it's one step over too


many crossed the ball


there's only so many stepovers you can


do someone like rude vanessa were the


top gold squad at the club's waiting for


the ball to be crossed in the box


if you want to affect the game and be


deemed a superstar you've got to cross


the ball


and he got kicked every single day


because of his skill because of the fact


that he liked to commit 1v1 because of


his the style in which he played


the defenders would kick him every


single day and every time he got kicked


he never mowed


the best and the biggest learning curves


i think he he got from his teammates


just say i enjoy game i dribble very


well


i enjoy it right guys when you're ready


christiana are you feeling more and more


confident with each game


nice thing


are you confident


sorry gary he's looking confident anyway


gary there he is confident he's a


yeah you're on the match well done


you goal


his first season he was good the second


season he was beginning to score goals


win matches playing all the biggest


games win trophies


and this was his moment it was his


moment in his home country it was this


moment when the whole world was watching


i always thought that that's the arena


that's the moment that he craved for and


dreamt of all his life


you have to remember that even before


that tournament everyone's talking about


wayne rooney ronaldo was another very


promising footballer he was during that


tournament he really emerged as this


phenomenon and by the time you got to


the final you realize that there was


something astonishing in this portugal


team and a really grand talent


everyone calls me lucy but my name's


lucia roberta tough bronze


my mum's obviously english and my dad's


fully portuguese born born and raised


there i had the full the full portugal


kit green shorts the socks everything


i'd be out on the streets playing


rolling for ronaldo and for the country


and then


it was that underdog story which


i think anybody who didn't have an


association with portugal probably


absolutely loved it all eyes now will be


on marcus


win the thing


the biggest and best players in any


industry when you when you don't win or


you you don't get something over the


line then it's time for to reflect


and analyze and then go back to the


drawing board and i think that's what he


100 done he came back with a


different focus


and he weren't going to be derailed by


one failure


it's crazy because we used to pay tables


and it's quite a lot and if i won i knew


he wouldn't want to stop he'd want to go


again but you get some people that when


they lose they shy away they think


that's that's enough for me and don't


really come back so you see a lot of


traits in someone in little even little


instances like that and he's not someone


who gives up


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foreign


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this is cristiano ronaldo plenty of red


shirts forward


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christiano came in and quickly


embedded himself in the dna of the club


he had experienced players around him


who knew how to win


and i think he took all that on board


by the time the 2006 world cup came


around ronaldo was an established world


star we knew how good he was he hadn't


quite moved yet to that higher plane and


and that would come in the tournament


and and just after it


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it was the england side we expected to


do well


rooney ronaldo were teammates


england had some injuries but rooney


would be playing up front on his own and


he was still the golden child he was


still considered the most talented the


most promising young player in europe he


was probably ahead of ronaldo at that


point and you had a feeling even on the


day of the match


that something was going to happen here


and that this game was going to be


played out between these two


personalities


look at rooney there battling away


pushing rooney and he's in trouble and


ronaldo straight away was chirping at


the referee to do something i think it's


ricardo cavallio who's down it is


and the referee has gone to his pocket


he's set rooney off


it's a straight red john the only thing


he could set him up for is standing on


carvalho


england will be down to 10 men


does he just wait there i think there's


every chance that winning rooney could


go back to the man united training


ground and stick one on


no i still have the same feeling um


i mean i was i was pretty angry at the


time so i can imagine how


wayne rooney felt


it's impossible to know who he was


winking or what he's actually saying


but of course it was taken


and england


despite heroics are out of the world cup


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when he came back to england he was a


villain he was a cheat he'd ruined


england's chances i was upset with the


descending off because


i didn't see


ryan's interns and that's just the truth


but i saw many players trying to get him


sent off for weeks to come it was


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everyone was against ronaldo and


he kind of


built a lot of bridges in england i


suppose


that's not right first of the lips i


don't like that either i think everyone


hates him no no hang out


absolutely a bit of a win


completely he's gonna get so much


attitude when he gets back to england i


don't think manchester united


the now customary booze greet the first


touch of the ball for cristiano ronaldo


is winking at your teammate saw your


manager or whoever it was he was winking


at actually a big deal no


not really but because


the taste of defeat is so sour and so


bitter that the english fans lash down


booze every time he picks up the ball


england is the song on the lips of the


charlton fans


maybe people misunderstood


his attitude to the game and he loves


playing he's a tough player


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alex


and his helpers they decided that the


only way that they could that could keep


ronaldo was to i think tell him his


salvation was here


there's no doubt alex ferguson took the


paternal role with ronaldo


to a really extreme degree in some ways


he always looks after his players he


understands


hey that that's partly his role but more


importantly that's the best way to get


the most out of these young men who are


in his charge


ronaldo kim's a young skinny kid at 17.


and he had all these things about him


they were used to criticizing


everybody's diving and all the rest


but you know once the players get about


him in the training ground tonight he


was fantastic


and then the most important thing for a


great players is decision making he was


tough ronaldo could play for millwall


queen spark rangers


caster rovers score hatchery in the game


i'm not sure messi could do it skulls


corner ronaldo


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instant impact


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so alex ferguson citizen


we're building a team now around the


likes of myself wayne rooney as well and


cristiano was the heartbeat


now it's cristiano ronaldo sahar waits


inside the area ronaldo goes alone and


ronaldo wins the match


for manchester united


87 minutes played


it all came together manchester united


are the barclays premiership champions


of 2006-7


that was a the beginning of a new era


cristiano ronaldo


double footballer of the year


puts manchester united


within touching distance of the title


his style was about attacking going at


people and that fast movement you know


it's all about speed and reaction


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but the most important thing for him is


i'm going to score a goal and that's got


to be the thing because this is the most


important thing in football scoring goal


is the most important thing no matter


what anybody says about anything


you need to win there are only one way


to win score a goal so that's always in


his mind score goals score go score


goals


darren fletcher has joined the stoke


wall as ronaldo shoots and scores


like most young kids i've probably tried


to hit a couple free kicks like him


here he comes


oh it's two and it's absolutely


magnificent


i tried to base my free kick from


ronaldo hit the ball by the valve and it


moves


so what do you do


oh yeah i don't hear that noise


that's squeaking


um


yeah this was i think i was probably


about 14.


i'm a big portsman fan so when he scored


that free kick at old trafford against


portsmouth i was there so i think i took


a lot of motivation from that and wanted


to kind of replicate what he does and


yeah this was a


not quite ronaldo but it was close


the most important thing about cristiano


ronaldo that people don't often realize


is how much time he spent on his own


working on his skills


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carrington was a an ill at the back just


away from the training ground and he


used to go behind the hill and do his


training on his own and i asked him


about that one time you know and he said


well you know there's nobody there so i


don't have to worry if i do a skill


wrong or anything i can practice it


nobody's watching me so you're not


worried


you know so we practice everything you


know for a few days or whatever and then


he go and take it into training


every friday especially before the game


on the saturday be probably the one


eight times out of ten be the one to


score the winner in training


finished the game on a ronaldo goal


next goal wins it and he'd invariably


get the goal


we felt we had the best players we felt


we had the best team for a couple of


years


but you need to do it in champions


league to be cemented as a top a great


team


it was only giggsy and scolds you played


in that game that had been part of the


99 team and so all of us others


it was almost like a shadow


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i don't think we've seen too many


transformations like with ronaldo he was


a teenage sensation yes he was


did any of us really foresee at that


point


that the levels of greatness that he


would achieve


probably not


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his time in manchester united was his


was his apprenticeship in many ways


bravo uh christiano


grand family


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people said to me how did you get that


skinny kid you know into that big muscle


muscle guy in six months


it took five and a half years that we


worked together for him to produce


what he wanted to produce it takes time


eleven times champions


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i spoke to him a lot about staying and


he was like


i've dreamed about playing for real


madrid i've done everything here


i've had a great time i love this club i


loved my united always be part of me but


it's a new chapter now


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when you left manchester united for real


madrid you'd have seen something


completely different


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it was pretty clear immediately that


irrespective of


being the most stark problem in the


world the most successful club in the


world


this was going to be the biggest media


event in their entire history


we're going to dominate the rolling news


all over the


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000 world


in the bernabeu stadium and to be honest


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ronaldo


in the stadium looking up and around


what struck you was the number of


different nationalities


there were people from africa there were


people from all over asia it was a


snapshot of precisely what real madrid


wanted to achieve then and going forward


in marketing terms here's the best of


the work more than messi


more than kaka


and more than anyone uno


dos


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it's a massive move when you go to one


of the giants in spain there's a


difference when you go there and the


expectancy levels are enormous


particularly of the big stars


people go to football matches are you


middle classes the people that go to the


opera


they're all members you know they don't


go there for a sing-song and an


atmosphere and a few beers they go there


to watch football and you have to


entertain them


the great players love it


one of the ways in which special can


become great is timing


this arriving era of social media of


games that bore players images and names


and we're in every living room around


the civilized world


when that spark became a fire because


ronaldo was good looking and hollywood


style and brilliant at his sport but


also cosmopolitan and aspirational and


those two forces meet head-on the


explosion is positive


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there has been a massive cultural change


it used to be that your family was


associated with a club they supported a


club and you supported the same team


now what happens is with the growth of


social media and gaming and the whole


digital landscape booming people's


loyalties are now with the players


ronaldo and messi were both born into a


world and a time in their career when


the social media landscape was quickly


changing in the media landscape in


particular we saw


the likes of facebook popping up


followed by twitter


someone who may live in say the


philippines wouldn't necessarily be able


to go watch him in a match but they can


reenact and become him through a game


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younger football fans now have this


access that's almost unfiltered and can


be 24 hours a day


run


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he's constantly there constantly kind of


leading that evolution of how they


interact with their favorite players


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we will have a penalty shootout for a


place in the final of euro 2012.


portugal versus spain semifinals of the


european championship


penalty shootout


massive rivals doesn't get much bigger


than that


bruno alves for portugal


oh and he's hit the ball


ronaldo might not even get to take one


penalty shootouts are


horrendous in many ways


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fabregas can do it for spain


and does


just


it's fabregas


and cristiano ronaldo


never even got the chat


to get the winning one that's what he


wants that's the nature of the man


the heartbeat of everything that he does


is is about the team and he knows that


something that comes hand in hand with


that if he does produce the goods he's


the personal one of us and he's not


ashamed of saying that he's not ashamed


in


wanting to win the ballon d'or and tell


people and let them understand that yeah


i want to win it and if i don't i'm not


happy


what's not to like about that


if you look back now at 2012


he was at the club that he'd yearned to


play for


he was already their dominant footballer


yet


he was suffering


barcelona were winning all the


popularity contests lionel messi was


winning all the ball on doors


and then when the wafer player of the


year award went to anders iniesta he


looked as if he was chewing a wasp he


patently didn't agree


and he didn't give up


who knew about it


now what's the difference last season


just this year we win this is the the


difference


and


because we


we've been better than them we played


better than them so we deserve to win


the league


this is the only difference


messi's more about creation and doing


beautiful things and joy of the game


ronaldo's an out now goal scorer


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this was a western there'd be a guy with


a white hat that would be messy of


course


and there'd be somebody who rustles


cattle and is gonna get shot down in the


final scene the black cat that would be


cristiano


he feeds off negativity you can give him


all the positives in it but you'll find


that one negative comment that will be


the one that's probably put on the door


of the hotel room that you're staying


and that's that's used as the fuel


what really stood out for me when i


first started work with him was


he would do a lot of the stuff that


other players


will play other players at high level


were just not willing to do


he would make incredible sacrifices


that a lot of others


just didn't have the time for


i saw the work that that boy put in from


the minute he woke up go in the gym do


his call go out onto the training ground


early do his tricks everything was


geared for him to becoming the best


player in the world not part of the part


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to score 69 goals


you know in a calendar year 2013 is is


just phenomenal


when i was playing or certainly when i


started if you got one and two then you


were a brilliant player and that's what


all forwards um tried to do


but his numbers are crazy


left foot right for outside the box


inside the box


with his head


goals where you just think how


how has he even got that strike away


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just a phenomenal goal scoring machine


missy was best before but now he's


ronaldo time


the cumulus of the off the pitch


marketing and his on pitch exploits gave


him that 2013 ballon d'or


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thank you


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madrid winning le decima is one of the


great stories of football looking out


the tunnel and i can see the champions


league trophies is sitting on the podium


and when i got that view it it took my


breath away and i actually physically


went


took a deep breath like that and


cristiano had obviously heard that and


he just turned and looked over his


shoulder and went paul


don't worry 93 minutes just show how


close it was to going the other way


people are celebrating in the dressing


room the trophy's getting passed around


champagne's popping people are drinking


beers like the atmosphere is just


just incredible and then i saw a small


group of players


marcelo pepe and cristiano i had to ask


you know cristiano what are you talking


about and he said we're talking about


next year


we have to go and win it again


and i just thought wow


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oh


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foreign


was


ronaldo's father died in 2005


uh when ronaldo was still just 20. he'd


suffered from alcoholism for quite a


while and he suffered from liver failure


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she didn't just


show him love and protect him and give


him the freedom to move to lisbon age


12.


she demonstrated him


that survival that thriving


that being the best version of yourself


is relentless morning noon and night


my dream is always to have a son


young so i i have cristiano so i'm


i'm so proud for that


family


when the people ask me the question if


christianity changed my life of course


because you know


it's another member in the family


it's something is coming from your blood


i'm so happy in another way i'm happy


because you see his daddy still play


football still win things still fit


still good still


it was a moment where you kind of felt


ronaldo's not just conducting his


teammates he's conducting everybody


watching this


cristiano ronaldo


having on previous occasions


held himself back


to take what could be the decisive


winning penalty has put himself forward


here


to try and put his side


on the road to victory by putting the


first one in


ronaldo was needed where he had to step


forward


deafening whistles in his ears didn't


trouble ronaldo


slamming the ball home


i suppose the question in the group


stage was um is this functional


leadership is this going to work out is


ronaldo playing out some kind of


personal psycho drama here which is


going to have a negative effect on his


team and he just about trods the right


side of that line all the way through


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a jump that was from cr7


it will be portugal in paris on sunday


maybe this is there


and their crown prince cristiano's year


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foreign


everyone thinking we already lost the


game


echoes of 1998 france in the final at


the start to france facing a team of


portuguese speakers whose star is


ronaldo


one of the key themes about cristiano


ronaldo


is that he's always thought


that he can't be beaten


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the biggest criticism of him is for


these sort of


moments


when the drama takes over


he was on the pitch then he was off the


pitch


ronaldo's gone down he's coming off


and there aren't going to be tears this


was his stage


this is not how it was supposed to end


in france this summer for cristiano


ronaldo


[Music]


with him it's always you know it's about


him


he was shouting to every name he was


coordinating the players he was telling


giving some information


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i think almost everyone felt his


presence on the touchline


even during the game there must have


been 500 cuts to ronaldo on the bench it


was almost like he was the star player


even though he wasn't performing


he wants to be outright the best


and he knows if he wins the euros with


his national team


as


messi won anything with with argentina


so it puts him it's another feather in


his cape


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all set up to win that game it was


france's final it was their tournament


but there was another force acting on on


that team that went beyond being the


host nation how excited cristiano


ronaldo is


over the years might have thought he was


pretty selfish in terms of him the goals


that he scored the desire that he had


but i think when you look at him


in that final the way he was trying to


drive his his team his country forward


from the touchline i think that told you


everything how much he wanted to win


foreign


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best players can evolve and change their


game to suit them


where they are at a certain point in


their career


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he's obviously not going to be as quick


as an explosive as he was when he was 21


22 23 so he's playing the game to be as


effective as he can in the right areas


of the pitch


juventus had on a sporting level


achieved magnificent success they had


built a team that had reached two


champions league finals


yet there was a lot of criticism aimed


at juventus for not having managed to


capture the american market the


the asian market in much of the way that


say milan did


what they needed was the global money


maker a way of being recognized around


the world


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obviously quite a large part of their


motivation was that


this would be a great commercial signing


be great for the club's name for the


club's brand unfortunately this was


almost immediately challenged


in ronaldo's first season at juventus


news broke that las vegas police had


reopened an investigation into an


allegation by a woman called catherine


mayorga an american woman


who had


alleged that ronaldo had raped her in


2009.


catherine mayorga gave an interview in


2018 with the german magazine de chigo


about her own encounter with ronaldo and


the fact she decided to go public


in the wake of the metoo allegations and


the slightly changed


environment around


these kind of stories


mayorga had reportedly reached an


out-of-court settlement with ronaldo in


2010


there was a criminal investigation in


2018 but no proceedings were taken as


there was insufficient evidence to go


any further


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ronaldo has always maintained his


innocence but he has accepted the


existence of the out-of-court settlement


he then put out a tweet that stated a


complete denial of the allegations


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mariah


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ronaldo's


head first into anything that's gonna


make him a better player


in modern day football he's changed


massively because he's probably been the


top player that's really delved into


sport science and prolonging his career


yeah listen i think he's part of a group


of


sports people


of our generation who are playing well


into their 30s at the top level still


serena williams roger federer nadal


lebron


messi obviously tom brady


they make sacrifices that others don't


and they have that obsession that lives


and breathes inside of him that is just


that


the numbers that that


he's managed to to put on the board


and mind blown you know to go past pele


but to do it in you know european


football


it's just incredible


individual accolades


team awards trophies


his goal scoring record


you have to say that he's at genius


level as a footballer


he's probably the greatest footballer


that ever lived


what a jump that was from cr7


when i speak to christiano even now and


you just you listen to him speak and


there's a little bit of anger in there


even still that helps him get out on the


pitch and produce the moments that he's


still producing


you don't need it but you will find


something


that swishes that switch the lights that


fire to go out again


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