Ronaldo: The Obsession For Perfect is a book about football written by Luca Caioli.
This is a story about one of football’s best player. Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Ballon d’Or twice. He was also the first Premier League player while at Manchester United, to be given the title FIFA World Player of the Year. He was also titled Real Madrid’s lethal £80m striker, and was considered the closest rival to Lionel Messi.
This book tells the inside story of a global football player and superstar. It talks about his life, both on and off the pitch. The book considers him to be one of the greatest football players of all-time, and a goal-scoring genius who has been called the ‘Complete Player’ by Alex Ferguson.
The book includes the fact that he could be playing for France instead of Portugal, because he was born there. However, because of some other reasons, he and his mother returned to Lisbon. The book also talks about his lower-class life as he was growing up, in a house that needed a lot of repair work. It also mentions how Ronaldo started playing at the age of 3 in the street nearby. At the age of 17, he made his first team debut, and it was only going upwards from then on.
Ronaldo: The Obsession For Perfect was published by Icon in 2013. This book is the revised edition, and is available in paperback.
- Ronaldo: The Obsession For Perfect uses testimonies from Ronaldo himself, his girlfriends, teammates, and coaches.