A normal life: The deep-seated problems of football stars

said Recently, as Cristiano Ronaldo had converted two penalties in the top match of the Italian League on the way to the early title win of Juventus Turin, his

A normal life: The deep-seated problems of football stars

said Recently, as Cristiano Ronaldo had converted two penalties in the top match of the Italian League on the way to the early title win of Juventus Turin, his Trainer Remarkable about the Portuguese. "He can handle the pressure on him, in an incredible way," said Maurizio Sarri.

Ronaldo, the European champion, five-time world player, five-time Champions League winners, and much more, will take place in February next year, 36 years of age. His football, pleasure seems undiminished. "I'll take care of me, and I think I can play until I'm 40 years old," he said to the beginning of the year once.

Or Messi. 33 years old. Lately, in truth, not always happy at FC Barcelona, the end of career but not in sight. "He is fast, he is strong, a Competition beast, a physical animal," said recently of his former Barcelona colleagues Xavi Hernandez in an Interview with the Spanish sports newspaper "Marca". The 2022 world Cup in Qatar is likely to be for the six-time world footballer Messi again worth a try, the world Flocked to eradicate with the Argentine national team. Over 35 years, he would then and for more than one and a half decades in the Public eye, expectations are huge.

"Not alone on the road

go" "a lot of pressure on players like Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo. Such a player can lead a normal life, you can't even walk alone on the street,“ said Bayer Leverkusen coach Peter Bosz in an Interview with the German press Agency.

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The question was, how would he rate the career of André Schürrle. The world champion of 2014 – final victory over Argentina with a Messi – approved with 29 years as a professional player. "He is a Super Boy who has always given 100 percent. And had to do this because he was a highly talented player, but not only his Talent could leave to play at the Top level,“ said Bosz, who had worked with Schürrle to Borussia Dortmund. "But the pressure in this business and everybody feels different."

Schürrle had explained in the "mirror": He was often lonely, just as "the Depths deeper and deeper and the highlights become less and less". The industry was not allowed to show feelings. "You must always play a certain role in order to survive in the Business," he said, "Otherwise, you lose your Job and get a new more."

Updated Date: 06 August 2020, 15:19

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