Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo poses with his son Cristiano Ronaldo Junior
Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo poses with his son Cristiano Ronaldo Junior during the unveiling of his statue at a tribute ceremony held in his city of birth, in Funchal December 21, 2014. REUTERS/Duarte Sa


Luis Suarez is reportedly excited to score his first goal in the eighth Prima Liga match for Barcelona. However, while excited to goal, Suarez has understood how important it is for him to bring home the win at 5-0 score.

After the team's final match before winter break, Suarez expressed how essential it is for the entire team to take a break. By taking a break, Suarez meant thinking over their next game play strategies. For Suarez, to strategize on their next matches during winter break might just be what the team needs. As a striker, he fully understands his primary aim to set a home goal.

Nonetheless, Suarez wasn't at all obsessed in getting one knowing his teammates are playing side by side with him in every match. In his words, "I am not panicking." With the team's cooperation, Suarez is confident he'll eventually goal. To date, Suarez already scored two goals for Barcelona in the UEFA Championship League.


Cristiano Ronaldo, the world player returned to the Portuguese island of Madeira, his Funchal hometown, to see the statue made in his image as an act of honour. He was reported to have come from Marrakech before he reached his hometown to see the sculpted statue. It was there that Ronaldo helped his club lift the World Cup on Saturday. Day after, the Real Madrid star went home where he became emotional during the unveiling of the statue event. He was joined not only by his family who supported him all the way, but also by thousands of his fans.

For him, it was a very remarkable event worthy to be truly remembered. The statue is 3.4 metres which is definitely an addition to his two Ballon d'Or titles. It now forms part of the star's personal museum in the island where his haul of trophies sit. Dolores Aveiro, Ronaldo's mother, expressed how her son never forgets his roots.


Roberto Carlos, ex-Brazil defender, left his coaching job and Turkish top flight, Sivasspor, after receiving a series of poor results which placed them at 17th, the relegation zone. During Roberto's first since his "player years" at Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala, the club in central Turkey was able to place fifth at last year's season. This year, Carlos is the ninth manager to call it quits from a Turkish Super Lig.