Behold, Cristiano Ronaldo in all his, um, glory.
Ronaldo unveiled a statue of himself Sunday at his personal museum in his home town of Funchal, Madeira, Portugal. The bronze Ronaldo statue stands just over 11 feet tall and features Ronaldo in a trademark, pre-free-kick stance while wearing very tight shorts, according to the BBC.
Cristiano Ronaldo's statue was unveiled in Madeira...
Cristiano Ronaldo’s hometown of Madeira erected a statue on Ronaldo and they meant “erected.” What you see below is the people of Madeira taking certain creative liberties on certain parts of Ronaldo’s anatomy. Gotta say, I haven’t seen a bulge get this much attention since David Bowie in the movie “Labyrinth.”
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Portugese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most popular athletes in the entire world, so I guess it was only a matter of time before he received his own statue. The people of his hometown of Funchal were generous enough to give him one, and they were also generous enough to include a
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Cristiano Ronaldo’s life size statue has others talking about one specific thing.
The statue was unveiled today in Portugal and we’re just wondering if the designer thought this was a good idea. Check it out.
Cristiano Ronaldo's statue was unveiled in Madeira today. It's… well, look at it. pic.twitter.com/wABk4gf2hT
— Alexandre Queirós (@alexqueiros) December 21, 2014
Cristiano Ronaldo believes Real Madrid can build on their incredible success in 2014 and win the Champions League for the second time in a row this season.
The Spanish club beat San Lorenzo 2-0 to lift the Club World Cup on Saturday to cap off a year in which they also won the Copa del Rey, European crown and UEFA Super Cup. And Ronaldo believes his side can improve even further...
Less than twenty-four after his side won its fourth trophy of 2014, Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo returned to his place of birth in the region of Madeira – an archipelago which is one of two autonomous regions of Portugal – to be presented with the “Cordão Autonomy” and a statue in his likeness by the Legislative Assembly.
After helping Madrid win its first-ever...
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Real Madrid’s first foray into the FIFA Club World Cup was as easy as it looked.
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Cristiano Ronaldo, the man, the myth, the legend! Ever since bursting onto the scene whilst playing for FC Porto, he’s been keeping defenders awake at night. He’s broken countless records, scored bagfuls of goals and even beat his rival Lionel Messi to Fifa’s top footballing prize last season.
He is understandably the hero of many, old and young! In fact many consider him the...
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