Cristiano Ronaldo

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  • Kick A Soccer Ball Analysis

    How to Kick a Perfect Soccer Ball in Three Steps Everybody has already wished to be able to kick like Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo. Most of the humans beings wish that a crowd of 80,000 people would scream their name, and therefore, to get paid so much money that it is impossible to even count. Well, it is going to be possible with this tutorial to kick a perfect soccer ball. The tree steps are good footwork, kick the ball at the right spot and with the best part of your foot, and follow…

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  • Soccer History

    English goalkeeper. The 90s were dominated by the french and brazilians. This was when my favorite player of all time came to be; Zinedine Zidane. He was a complete Maestro on the ball, a wizard disguised as a soccer player, a true god on the ball. Ronaldo, Romario, Thierry Henry, Hugo Sanchez, Figo, Ryan Giggs , Eric Cantona, Iker Casillas Xavi Hernandez Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi, Gianluigi Buffon and so many more soccer legends bloomed during this period of craziness. Oh the 2000s my…

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  • Why Professional Athletes Should Get Paid

    After professional athletes retires(and reaches an old age), they have expensive medical bills for prolonged health problems. They have to pay these bills with the estimated 24.7 dollars that they earn in their very short career. Many professional athlete get paid so much because of their five to fifteen year career, which is much shorter than the average person’s career. To begin, athletes have very little time to earn that money. They have an extremely short career and it lasts five to…

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  • Family In The Film Mao's Last Dancer

    Eminem and Ronaldo are two examples of this. To the vast majority, Eminem will seem like he has his life is complete as can be since he came from nothing and now is now known as the "Rap God". However, if you pull apart and listen to the deeper meaning of his music…

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  • Knuckleball: The Greatest Football Shot

    Knuckleball This type of football shot is called a knuckleball. It was invented by the legend himself Cristiano Ronaldo. Very few professional footballers have mastered this shot. But I want to change that so in this essay I will explain, how to do one of the greatest football shots known to humanity. Basically, a knuckleball is when the football doesn't rotate at all in midair. This can have two effects on the ball: one, the ball will go really high and look like it’s going way…

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  • My Goals For The Future Research Paper

    What are your dreams? Wanting to be someone in the future sounds easy. You think you can achieve everything you’re wanting to be in life without trying. Trying to achieve your dreams is going to take much more than what you expect. You have to work hard every day and never give up. My goal for the future is to become a professional runner. Not just a runner but i want to hold the girls world record for the mile. People find it funny and think it’s a retarded goal but, running is what makes me…

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  • Compare And Contrast Football And Real Madrid

    teams are the mighty F.C. Barcelona and Real Madrid C.F., also known as “Los Blancos,” which, translates to the whites representing their team colors. These teams have created many proficient players throughout decades. Players like Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima, Ronaldinho, Xavi, Puyol, Thierry Henry, and many more legends that exhibited outstanding talent in their time that these clubs. Many footballers dream to someday play for these amazing clubs, so they could be noticed by…

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  • Essay Why Female Athletes Should Be Paid

    performance and a reflection of the hard work they put into training. Female athletes put in the same amount of time and effort as men, if not more. For example, Alex Morgan trains twice a day for three to four hours. Her annual salary is $450,000. Cristiano Ronaldo also trains for 3-4 hours everyday. His annual salary is $21 million. They both devote their entire lives to soccer and put in the same amount of work, yet there is an enormous difference in their salaries. Women athletes also…

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  • The Persistence Of Lionel Messi

    The Persistence of Lionel Messi Lionel Messi was introduced to the competitive soccer world at the tender age of 5. His older brother’s friends would go outside and play soccer and Lionel would play with them. This was the start of a legend. He went to play for Newell’s Old Boys and Barcelona (Barca). Messi, is arguably the best soccer player in the world, has had many problems, including being diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency, however he used the Habit of Mind, Persisting, to inspire…

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  • Pele: A Brief Summary Soccer Player

    Pele is an extraordinary soccer player. The best that has ever lived, and the best that will ever live. He is the Michael Jordan of soccer, or the Vince Lombardi. He was born on October 23, 1940 in Santos. Brazil. Pele grew up playing soccer in his neighborhood with his friends and they called themselves “The Shoeless Ones.” At the age of 15 he began playing for the Brazil International Soccer Team, as their striker. It took a few months for him to get in some games but once he was on the field…

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