Clubs from League One Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Trezeguet's brother, has joined Oldham Athletic. The trio are not related.
Ronaldo and Rivaldo were Brazilian football players who both played for Brazil national team. They are twins and the only pair of siblings to have scored in the same international match. The brothers first met while playing for Barcelona, they shared a room there. When Rivaldo moved to A.C. Milan, he was given a new room alone.
They both left Barca at the age of 24 and shortly after started their own businesses, which failed miserably. However, that did not stop them from continuing to play football. In 1998, Rivaldo joined Juventude and soon became one of the main players of the team. He helped the club win the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A. That same year, Ronaldo signed with Corinthians and also had a successful season as he helped his team win the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A.
Although Rivaldo remained with Juventude until 2001, he never regained his previous form and was eventually sold to Barcelona for $7 million.
Ronaldo has been a member of Andorinha since he was eight years old. Cristiano Ronaldo joined the club "Nacional" in his native town of Madeira in 1995, and after a successful season there, he moved on to one of the largest teams in Portugal, "Sporting CP," after passing a trial. He helped Sporting win the Portuguese Cup in his first year with the team.
Before joining Sporting, Ronaldo played for another Madeiran club, Farense. The club is based in Funchal, on the island of Madeira, which is where Ronaldo comes from.
He started out as a forward but later became known as one of the best strikers in world football. During his time at Sporting, he also had trials with English clubs Manchester United and Chelsea, but they both rejected him. In 2001, he signed with Real Madrid, where he still plays today.
Currently, he is the most expensive player in the history of soccer. When he left Sporting to join Real Madrid, he signed a contract until 2010 with an option of extending it for another two years. As you can see, he has been a member of Sporting for almost 10 years now.
When he is not playing soccer, you can find Ronaldo training with Sporting or traveling around the world with the Spanish national team.
Marcelo. On the left side of Real Madrid, the Marcelo-Ronaldo combo was also well-known. Marcelo was Cristiano's closest buddy at Real Madrid. They shared a room together when they first arrived at the club and have been friends since then.
They were often involved in fights with other players because they were always trying to prove that they were better than them. In 2007, after Ronaldo scored his 100th goal for Real Madrid, he announced that he wanted to retire with Marcelo as his teammate.
However, Ronaldo soon changed his mind and decided to continue playing for another season. At the end of that year, he and Marcelo ended up with two winners medals each. In 2008, Ronaldo finally retired from football after helping his team win the European Cup. He had many injuries during his career and used his retirement to focus on his health. Since then, he has been able to play only occasional matches for Portugal's national team.
After retiring from football, Ronaldo started a food business with his brother. Today, they are one of the most successful food brands in Portugal. Ronaldo has also participated in several documentaries about his life and career so far. He has also written several books about his experiences as a player and has been involved in other business activities outside of football.
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo, full name Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro (born February 5, 1985 in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal), is a Portuguese football (soccer) striker who was regarded as one of the best of his time. Jose Dinis Aveiro, Ronaldo's father, was the equipment manager for the local team Andorinha. When he died at age 44 due to a heart attack, it gave rise to doubts about whether Ronaldo would continue playing football. However, despite having no family money, Ronaldo decided to continue with his career.
He started out at Sporting CP but when they could not offer him a contract, he went on a trial at English club Manchester United. After scoring several goals during this trial, he signed a contract with them. However, since he already had a contract with Sporting, he could only play a limited role for them. So, in 2004, he left Sporting and returned to Portugal where he signed with Leixões SC. There, he became one of the top scorers in Portugal with 51 goals in only 57 games. In 2007, he moved to Real Madrid CF and helped them win the Spanish League title. He also contributed by scoring 15 goals in 33 matches in all competitions.
After two seasons with Real Madrid, he moved to Italian club Juventus FC. However, he was not able to live up to their expectations and was eventually sold back to Real Madrid for a fee that could reach up to $90 million. He then moved to American club Los Angeles Galaxy.