Ronaldo is an every-day-on-the-pitch victim of intense defensive challenges, fouls and especially, boos. But the experienced 23 year old player is now used to this kind of â€˜normal lifeâ€™ on the field â€“ which Ferguson worries very much about.
Speaking to The Sun, concerning the shameful booing habit of some fans, Ronaldo affirmed:
â€œItâ€™s normal for me now. If it doesnâ€™t happen, Iâ€™m thinking, â€˜Why arenâ€™t they booing?â€™
â€œItâ€™s part of football. Maybe they think if they boo Iâ€™ll lose my concentration â€” but it doesnâ€™t happen because I like it.â€
Despite undergoing surgery earlier in July, Cristiano Ronaldo has 14 goals in his name (plus three good goals disallowed) and 11 assistsâ€¦ and heâ€™s not reach his peak yet.
â€œBut I want more â€” this season I want to score the same amount of goals, or more. I know itâ€™ll be hard but I think itâ€™s possible,â€ Ronaldo continued.
Nothing seems impossible for the ambitious Ronaldo who raised the bar higher for any other footballer nowadays with his remarkable amount of 42 goals last season.
Anti-Ronaldo fans surely interpret Ronaldoâ€™s ambitious character with arrogance, and wish him the worst of luck.
Well, all I can say to Anti-Ronaldo supporters is â€œShame on you!â€ for when they are irritated, Ronaldo is amusedâ€¦ And thatâ€™s when he plays the beautiful game of football as it really should be played.
Your anger makes him happy; your hate makes him unstoppable.
Written by: Angela Asante