Cristiano Ronaldo aims to be back on the field of play on September 27th, when Manchester United faces Bolton in the Premier League.
Many people have urged him to be patient and wait until November or October at least before coming back to action.
But Ronaldo has made up his mind and he is confident that by the end of September, he would have completely recovered from his injury.
There is an impression that Ronaldo is rushing to be fit, perhaps because of the frustration of being on the sidelines for so long.
Now, he certainly will not have to mind anymore about Manchester Unitedâ€™s goal crisis as the club has finally found their number 9 player in Dimitar Berbatov.
If the Portuguese player is so keen on returning on the field of play for the game against Bolton, then let it be. His decision might just be perfect.
On September 27th, more than 1850 days will have pass since the Star winger first made his appearance for the Reds.
Restarting his football against Bolton may inspire him to find his excellent form. The first time Ronaldo played for Man United, he came on as a substitute to help his team beat the Wanderers by an emphatic 4 goals to nil. This time around, it is probable that he will also have to come on as a substitute, leaving the chance for history to repeat itself.
September 27th could be the right time â€“ neither too late nor too soon â€“ for Cristiano Ronaldo to commence his 2008/09 season with one aim: to defend his worth and name by challenging any other player.
Written by: Angela Asante