Friday, December 6, 2013

Cristiano Ronaldo Is Building A Museum To Himself In Portugal

Your team Real Madrid agen judi bola terpercaya Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo will be at the opening of a Cristiano Ronaldo museum in Funchal, Portugal on December 15th. Funchal is the capital of Madeira, a Portuguese islagen judi bola terpercaya where Ronaldo grew up agen judi bola terpercaya started his playing career. Ronaldo, who is 28, will use the museum as a place to store all the memorabilia agen judi bola terpercaya stuff he collects as he travels around the world. Better than letting it get dusty in the basement, one supposes. When asked if he expected to place the 2013 Ballon DOr in the museum, Ronaldo would only say hes reserved a space for it.

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Cristiano Ronaldo opens museum dedicated to himself

Ronaldo said he would be there in person on December 15 for the opening of the museum in Madeira's capital Funchal, which will showcase memorabilia including footballs, photographs agen judi bola terpercaya trophies. He was speaking in Madeira, where he had travelled with his mother agen judi bola terpercaya young son, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr, to finalise plans for the opening. Ronaldo has been enjoying one of the best years of his career. He leads both La Liga agen judi bola terpercaya the Champions League in goals this season agen judi bola terpercaya he hopes to finally crack Lionel Messi's record run of four straight Ballon d'or award wins. Apparently he's feeling as confident as a man with a museum dedicated to himself about his chances of winning the award for the second time.

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