In an interview at Time, Cristiano Ronaldo indulged in an unexpected confession.
“In good or bad, what matters is that we talk about me”. This proverb sticks very well to Cristiano Ronaldo. Since the beginning of his career, the Portuguese has been dechaining the passions. It’s simple, either you like it or you hate it. CR7 is arrogant. It is not a secret to anyone, the difference is that it recognizes it. In an interview at the Time, the Real Madrid player spoke about this trait: “I am not the humblest person in the world, I recognize it.” “I’m not wrong, but I like to learn”. This access of sincerity can surprise on the part of the Golden ball which rarely takes place on his personal case. He also evoked the hatred he arouses around him: “I don’t care about people who hate me.” I need these enemies. It’s part of the business. As soon as I touch the ball, they start screaming. It started when I was 18 or 19 years old. “It’s not a problem, it’s a motivation”. Cristiano Ronaldo who has become the top scorer of Real Madrid is obviously no stranger to these behaviors, he who does not hesitate to taunt the supporters of Barca when he scores, to simulate roughly or to leave the interviews with crash.
But Cristiano Ronaldo also suffers from a lack of popularity within his own team as evidenced by his difficult relationship with his coach Benitez and the recent revelations of his former teammate Gonzalo Higuain. But it is not that that will undermine His Majesty Ronaldo who even went so far as to pose his veto to the arrival of Ibrahimovic to Real Madrid last summer. To see these two in the same team would surely have provoked a war not for the throne of Iron but for the throne of Madrid. No, Cristiano is alone in his kingdom and he who dethrones him is not yet born. What do you think of Cristiano Ronaldo?