Ronaldo nicknamed 'cry baby' by childhood team mates

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo was nicknamed "cry baby" by his childhood team mates due to the temper tantrums he threw when the team lost or if he did not receive the ball. Ricardo Santos played alongside the four-time world player of the year for amateur team CF Andorinha in Madeira, where ...

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