Ronaldo's dream may come true
Cristiano Ronaldo’s hunger and thirst to achieve more success everyday makes the player distinctively ambitious.
The Portuguese Superstar scooped all major individual trophies as a reward to his dazzling form last season, which adds to his team medals as Manchester United clinched the EPL, the Champions League and the Fifa World Club Cup in Japan.
Ronaldo has set his desire on dominating the world of soccer once again with his dear club Manchester United.
The 2008/2009 season is now at its half-way, and the 23 year old winger is already thinking of winning the quadruple.
His dream may come true though, as the Reds Devils are becoming stronger and tougher than ever this season.
Things look very good for Manchester United at the moment. They seat at the top of the Premiership ahead of Liverpool with a better goal difference and with one more game to play.
They are also amongst the sixteen teams that qualified to the next round of the Champions League, and amongst the thirty-two clubs that qualified for the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Moreover, United could celebrate their first title of the season soon if the win in the final of the Carling Cup.
After helping Manchester United beat Derby County 4-3 on aggregate, with a last minute penalty, to reach the final at Wembley, Cristiano Ronaldo’s dream remains very much a possibility.
Written by: Angela Asante