Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo pictures immense soccer success as the best way for him to progress and improve as an all-round team player. Having won the Premiership in just his third season in English soccer, the Portuguese star had already identified some personal targets as the best way to improve his ability as a soccer player.
When Cristiano Ronaldo arrived in the English Premiership he appeared to try and over-perform in situations that weren’t necessary, and often he would lose the ball trying fancy tricks in dangerous situations. The Manchester United players and coaching staff all offered advice to Cristiano, and he soon learned that he should try and play more like a team player.
This season has seen Cristiano Ronaldo really reach his set targets as a soccer star, the Manchester United winger has been the clubs best player by far, helping secure the Premiership title for the first time in 3 years and scoring 17 goals in the process; a superb success for a wide-midfield player. The Portuguese winger has learnt not to try his fancy tricks when the team is defending in their own half, and has shown that he is more of a team player by passing and moving the ball around with far more respect for his team-mates.
The season has not only seen club success for Cristiano Ronaldo; the United winger has also had great personal successes. Cristiano Ronaldo became only the second footballer in English history to receive both the PFA players’ award and the PFA young players’ award, two superb footballing awards to receive. Ronaldo has also been rewarded a lucrative new 5 year contract worth around £120,000 a week with Manchester United.