Top 7 Best Football Players in the World and Their Early Life

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The Top 7 Best Football Players in the World is listed according to their Early Life, awarding winning, earning, number of goals. etc

Opinion differs to whom the best player of the world are. But there are a few players that nearly everyone agrees upon. Skyblazon gives you the list of the current 7 Best Football Players in the World. The best current soccer players are those top football players in the game from 2015 to 2017 These talented soccer stars are leading their respective teams


CRISTIANO RONALDO (Real Madrid, Portugal)

7. CRISTIANO RONALDO (Real Madrid, Portugal)

If anyone embodies the new age player, it is Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro.
Possessing strength, pace, skill and professionalism in abundance, Ronaldo’s many attributes leave him well equipped for the modern game.

In an age where players have never been fitter or stronger, Ronaldo has ensured that his outrageous natural talent is complimented by a bulging physique that makes him a tough proposition for any defense.

His US$131 million move from Manchester United to Real Madrid in 2009 made him the most expensive player in the world (since surpassed by Gareth Bale) and at the Bernabeu he has thrilled the masses with high caliber performances and an unreal number of goals.

Name: Cristiano Ronaldo
Nationality: Portuguese
Date and Place of Birth: February 5, 1985 in Funchal, Portugal
Position: Winger/Striker
Current Club: Real Madrid (La Liga)
Previous Clubs: Sporting Lisbon (2001-2003), Manchester United (2003-2009)
International Career: 2003 to present


Sporting Lisbon signed a 10-year-old Ronaldo after a three-day trial and he ultimately became the first player to turn out for the club with the Under-16, Under-17, Under-18, B-team, and first team in a single season.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson swooped to sign him as an 18-year-old after a devastating performance in a friendly against his side in 2003.


Ferguson eased Ronaldo in gently, but from his early cameo performances, it was obvious the Scot had signed a player of immense natural ability.
Wearing the famous number seven shirt previously assigned to the likes of George Best and Eric Cantona, Ronaldo’s first season garnered 10 goals.
By the end of the 2006-07 seasons the Portuguese star had registered 23 goals in 53 appearances for United and played a major role in the club winning their first title for four seasons.


The following campaign was to prove his best in a Red Devils shirt. Ronaldo scored a stunning total of 42 goals in 49 games as United won the Premier League and Champions League. He dovetailed beautifully with Wayne Rooney, while Carlos Tevez helped make the team’s attack one of the most prolific in the world game that season.

But rumors had already started circulating about a move to Real Madrid. Manchester United stood firm that summer, retaining Ronaldo for one last season and at the turn of the year he won the FIFA World Player of the Year award for the first time.

Twenty-six goals in all competition helped United to another Premier League title and an appearance in the Champions League final where the English club were beaten 2-0 by Barcelona.
But it was no secret that Ronaldo was looking for pastures new and on June 26, 2009 Real Madrid confirmed that he would be joining them in a world record deal. He also beat the all-time record for goals in a single season in La Liga, turning on the afterburners (11 in the final four games) in the final weeks to take his tally to 40 for the season.


He was first called up to the senior Portugal squad in August 2003 and made the final cut for Euro 2004, where he scored two goals. But on home turf Portugal lost to Greece in the final.
Seven goals helped his country qualify for the 2006 World Cup, but at the big event in Germany he could only muster a penalty against Iran as Portugal lost to France in the semi-finals.
Ronaldo again flourished in qualifying for Euro 2008 but was disappointing when the big event came around as Portugal went out in the quarter finals.
Despite a scintillating first season in a Real shirt, Ronaldo again looked bereft at his next major tournament – the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

He netted in the 7-0 rout of North Korea but like many of the tournament’s other major stars, failed to deliver, and did little as Portugal bowed out to eventual winners Spain in the second round. Ronaldo’s three goals helped Portugal to the semi-finals of Euro 2012 after he had made a slow start to the tournament. The 2014 World Cup was a deep disappointment, though, as a knee-tendonitis problem undermined his displays. He scored just once as Portugal bowed out in the group stage amid speculation that he did not believe in his teammates.

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