Browsing Ronaldo


Greatest Scorers in World Cup History

Posted on 12 Jun, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

Only seven players have scored 11 goals or more in the history of the World Cup. Two from Brazil, Pele and Ronaldo; one, Sandor Kocsis, is from Hungary; another is from France, Just Fontaine. West Germany or Germany with Jurgen Kilnsmann, Gerd Muller and Miroslav Klose. More

Lothar Matthäus

Most Capped Players in World Cup History

Posted on 12 Jun, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

There are 12 players in the history of the World Cup to appear at least 19 times for their national sides: Six from Germany or West Germany (Overtah, Rummenigge, Matthaus, Klose, Seeler and Vogts), two from Brazil (Ronaldo, Cafu), two from Poland (Lato, Zmuda), one from Argentina (Maradona) and one from Italy (Maldini). More

Cristiano Ronaldo

10 Most Expensive Footballers in History

Posted on 14 Dec, 2012, by in Featured

The current global economic crisis can be seen in football transfers as well, with 2012 not putting a single player in the top 20 of the most expensive footballers in history. That is still controlled mostly by Real Madrid transfers from the last 12 years, bringing in Cristiano Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, Kaka and Luis Figo. More

FIFA World Player of the Year 2008

FIFA World Player of the Year – The Barcelona – Real Madrid Connection

Posted on 15 Nov, 2012, by in Featured

Simple rule to follow. If you want to win the FIFA World Player of the year award, which has now merged into the FIFA Ballon d’Or, you’re going to have Real Madrid or Barcelona on your resume, before or after winning it. More

Neymar Will Never be Ronaldo

Posted on 31 Dec, 2011, by in Soccer

The photo of Neymar and Ronaldo together might be giving many people another reason to push the whole Neymar bound for greatness issue, but besides seeing an overweight legend (due to a certain condition) next to a wonder-kid who will never be as great as Ronaldo, I fail to see the excitement and hype between the lines. More

Cristiano Ronaldo at 100 Goals and Other Statistical Ponderings

Posted on 3 Nov, 2011, by in Soccer

Half a day after Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals at Lyon, making it his 99th and 100th goals for Real Madrid. Twenty Four hours after Lionel Messi nailed his hat trick, making it 202 goals for Barcelona in his career. The comparisons can’t, won’t stop. But the goals just won’t stop. More

Fat Ronaldo is Getting Fatter

Posted on 29 Jul, 2011, by in Soccer

He used to be the greatest player in the world, and Ronaldo, the Brazilian Ronaldo, less than a year since retiring from professionalism football after a few retirement years with Corinthians, can’t stop the bloating effect that usually occurs in lazy, retired, soccer players. Being a fun lovin’ Brazilian isn’t exactly helping him keep his figure. it isn’t stopping him from doing well with the ladies, according to these photos. More

Fat Ronaldo Still Got Skillz

Posted on 28 Jan, 2011, by in Miscellaneous

Ronaldo, the Brazilian one, showing that at 34 and a few dozen pounds over what he should be, he still got some mean skills. More

The History of Soccer’s Most Expensive Players

Posted on 28 Jul, 2010, by in Soccer

From Groves to Ronaldo – The progression of the transfer fee records in the world of soccer. More

Ronaldo – A Career in Photos

Posted on 23 Jul, 2010, by in Soccer

The best striker ever? “Fat” Ronaldo’s 17 year career (so far) through pictures and some words. More