Cristiano Ronaldo Principles

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Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro GOIH ComM is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a forward for Italian club Juventus and the Portugal national team.

When I win awards, I think of my father.”

If we can’t help our family, who are (we) going to help?”

I have my flaws too, but I am a professional who doesn’t like to miss or lose.”

I don’t have to show anything to anyone. There is nothing to prove.”

I’ve never tried to hide the fact that it is my intention to become the best.”

Your love makes me strong, your hate makes me unstoppable.”

I prefer other people to make judgments about the way I play and to characterize me, rather me describe myself.”

It gives me the happiest feeling in the world. I just love scoring. It doesn’t matter if it’s a simple goal from close range, a long shot or a dribble around several players, I just love to score all kinds of goals.”

Scoring goals is a great feeling, but the most important thing to me is that the team is successful―it doesn’t matter who scores the goals as long as we’re winning.”

I want to be remembered as part of the group of the greatest players ever.”

I don’t want to be compared to anyone―I’d like to impose my own style of play and do the best for myself and for the club here.”

I don’t think about one trick or the other, they just happen.”

What I do as an individual player is only important if it helps the team to win. That is the most important thing.”

I am not a perfectionist, but I like to feel that things are done well. More important than that, I feel an endless need to learn, to improve, to evolve, not only to please the coach and the fans, but also to feel satisfied with myself. It is my conviction that there are no limits to learning, and that it can never stop, no matter what our age.”

Without football, my life is worth nothing.”

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