Humble Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed in his latest DVD – The Boy Who Had a Dream (which sounds to us like a failed Andrew Lloyd Webber musical) that he wants to be the best and leave his mark on world football.
Ronaldo said: “My ambition has always to be the best, I have always said that I don’t have a job, I have a blessing from God because this is what I love best. And if this is what I love best then what I want most is to be the best. I dream of it often, I want to leave my mark on football history and if I can keep things up, if I am humble and always willing to learn, then one day I could do it.”
And Ronaldo then talked about the 2006 World Cup game between Portugal and England, y’know – the one with all that Rooney-Ronaldo malarkey. Well Ronnie said he wouldn’t have changed a thing (which is rather unsurprising considering Portugal won the game), and that he is good mates with Wayne Rooney. Ronaldo said:
“If it happened now I’d do the same thing all over again, I’m representing my country, my nation, my colours. What I did was perfectly normal. Lots of people wanted me to be the scapegoat for something because maybe they expected more from England, I don’t know, I don’t want to speculate. I remember after the game Rooney came up to me and said ‘Keep it up, you guys have an excellent team, just keep going, you’re doing well. I have always been really good friends with him, he sent me messages after the game and I have never had any sort of problem with him. Everyone in this industry likes to incite trouble or controversy – my relationship with Wayne is very good.”
So Ronaldo wants to be the best and he’s also mates with Rooney – wow, that new DVD has cast some real revelations on Ronaldo’s life(!)