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  1. Cr7 is the best, idgaf what anyone says, he is so skilled and freakish physically in his prime, not comparable to the rest.

  2. Jordan was cool until he joined the dailywire. Now he is just a hypocrite that supports tyrants

  3. As a man united fan, i want to hear more about Ronaldo from Prof Jordan, unfortunately Morgan isn’t letting him finish. And its so annoying.

  4. The heart breaking irony is that now they are after Jordan Peterson threatening to take away his license

  5. Signing a 200 million euro contract seems like a solid way out of misery

  6. Your wrong, MESSI is the greatest to have played the world game there is no argument about that

  7. Ronaldo becoming piers Morgan’s bff was probly the point when the lizard aliens finally discarded him as their chosen one.
    U go against the liberal elite you go from hero to zero fasssst

  8. Cristiano is not the greatest, is not even top 5. Probably top 10
    1- Maradona
    2- Pele
    3- Messi
    4- Cruyff
    5- Di Stefano
    You can change the order of this list, I won't mind, but not the list itself.

  9. I will never understand why people starting doing these kinds of subtitles, where each word is in sync with the audio. It is not at all comfortable to read. The old way of doing subtitles is far superior (and less work for the editor, too). Also, the music in this video is completely unnecessary.

  10. I can’t see how this video has anything to do with dominance. It’s just about Jordan helping Ronaldo.

  11. Pretty sure Ronaldo isn’t friends with Piers. They probably know of each other and Piers is trying to flex.

  12. To be clear, I like both of them especially Jordan Peterson… But what I dont understand: He has a 2 hours conversation with Jordan bloddy Peterson about "whats the best and most gracefull way to end his career"…. and THIS (Saudi-Arabia) is the outcome!?!? I hoped for different scenarios, can´t even lie…

  13. Maradona for me. The era he played football in was relentless.. Just his whole story, his flaws made him the best in world and built his legacy. A player of his quality would have been protected today by his club, managers etc.

  14. I wish you could toggle off the sappy piano shit that's so common with these videos. Great content from Peterson.

  15. For fans who are objective and sensible,they would understand d fact that football is about era's and saying a singular player is d GOAT is a great lack of respect to d history of game and few understands this,moreover 21st century is d best time to be a footballer throughout d history of d game. Finally,when it comes to talent saying Messi is GOAT is gross disrespect to d very talented players of d last century but he is up there with some of d most talented no doubt but its very wrong to say he is d most talented of them all

  16. Football is a team effort. Period. CR puts him self over and above both club and team. The best player of all time??!
    Hardly.

  17. YouTube has virtually created a lot of 'goats' or at least experts in one field or the other. Being a fan of CR7 doesn't stop me from intelligent analysis. My opinion of the intelligence of jordan peterson has dimmed considerably since his ignorant rant that Messi/Argentina doesn't deserve to win the W.Cup. My God, beyond the shenanigans of every football player alive there are basics of the game that one needs to know. If you suck at your knowledge of something & make categorical statements like that, you are not intelligent! Period!

  18. I can't see him talking his way out of this one.

    The victim card has already been played by Trump. People aren't as gullible as they were a few years ago.

    He is definitely in 'twubble'.

  19. Jordan Peterson had a hair transplant and pretended that it grew back due to his adoption of a steak-only diet. 😂

  20. The reason why Ronaldo gets talked about by the press the way he does he because the fans won't let his name and legacy die down. The only reason why a 38 year old player has now the biggest contract in Sports history is because he's CR7. The FiFA establishment can help, they certainly helped Messi but ultimately its the fans that control and have the power to keep someone on the top.

  21. If you talk about the “extent” of the villainization and f CR7, it is regrettable. Recent saintification of Messi, rather exaggerated. Part was because CR7 is too vocal about his thoughts. The pressure on him was immense. I mediate in cross cultural communication challenges and my love runs a social media agency. Even though it’s different, we both look into behavioral science, psychology, group dynamics. In this day and age 2022/23, we have to factor in social media impact. If I take a case e.g. team with challenges. Analyzing variables that impact. CR7 is actually correct when he expresses that he needs support, sort of team protection, because his social media presence is huge. They did that excellently with Messi. You just cannot simply think that away and not be strategic together with CR7 about it also. Now, CR7 is a football player, not behavioral scientist nor specialized in communication. So he has historically not been “careful” or weighed his words. Clearly not CR7’s strongest point, a vulnerability for sure. M10 is portrayed more like a saint. Yet e.g. M10 has more passive aggressive tendencies when unhappy. His negativity is less obvious but he of course is not saint. He tends to be more secretive of his thoughts, mindset, a classic observer. CR7 is has honed his technical talent excellently clearly more explosive in his personality, play and strikes. It is this same passion that is his power. Very different players and people. CR7 is more prone to outbursts if he feels unsafe or not carried by team. As a coach, you have to know your player and especially a star player. If not? The cracks occur very soon because Media pressure on such a star is massive. Ferguson had the status, the weight and vast experience already. Ten Hag is still less experienced and dealing with a CR7 with an incredible following, is extremely unique and requires awareness from any coach. He is the most followed person in the world. The public punishing to show your “weight” over a person who has such a following is extremely stupid actually. Very unstrategic. I don’t think an average Joe like us, can even know what it’s like to be constantly provoked. It’s a pity that CR7 took the bait. Another variable is that CR7 is more than average goodlooking i.e. fairly attractive. (So he is correct in mentioning it, probably because he simply senses it, but it’s not smart to mention it) M10 is lookswise average. He attracts less envy. CR7 had an alcoholic war veteran dad who was often too intoxicated to connect properly with him. They were poor and had no money, hunger. CR7 had a heart surgery at 15 which was lonely, risky and scary. His positive self talk is clearly a manner to comfort himself without anyone there. It’s part of what made him beat the odds, overcome his loneliness and become successful. We know from studies that positive self talk works, but to beat the odds like this? It’s actually literally mindblowing. Boys without a father or alcoholic, often don’t to well and have higher chance to fail in life and become e.g. petty thief/ criminal.
    CR7 is the most generous football player when it comes to charity. He never forgot where he came from. He regularly donates blood. He had thoughts about adopting poor children, yet his focus is not that now. So, do I think M10 is a better human? Not exactly. He is a good guy, but is less ‘generous’ with sharing his thoughts, life, mindset, money and has no interest in donating blood. M10 donates, but is more “careful” and thus less of a giver in another way.
    Now, M10 is very talented. Even when a bit chubby, he was good. A CR7 is very talented, he was open about that he had to hone skills through dedication, training, positive mindset. It wasn’t actually “given” to him. So he is more relatable in that respect than a M10. CR7 is less relatable because he shares his rare winner’s mindset out loud, while the other doesn’t. So to villainize CR7 so much? Killing his career in Europe while he still has the dedication to inspire ? Makes me sad. Al Nassr wasn’t his “original” plan. It was the only “decent” respectable offer and choice left after all the backlash. The money eases some pain.
    With a type like CR7, the envy and misunderstandings make people tend to “test” his strength to the extremes. It’s often subconscious. Yet at the end of the day, it’s just a man. He needs team support to perform, like any other player.

    He could die like any man and his career in Europe could die prematurely too due to the villainization. Nobody is invincible and both need a positive team and team coach, lonely positive self talk is never bullet proof. I will miss him in Europe.

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