What's Trending: Ronaldo Documentary is Coming!
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1. What does Cristiano Ronaldo eat for breakfast?
This question could very well be answered in the new documentary Ronaldo that is set to be released sometime in the near future, with rumors suggesting an August 2015 release.
The news was made official by CR7 himself via Twitter:
This comes just days after Ronaldo asked fans and media for privacy. We aren't quite sure if these two news items go together, but a movie about Ronaldo will undoubtedly be a must-watch for any football fan.
Just think of all the things we could learn about him.
What's it like to be awesome 24 hours a day? How does he get his hair so shiny? Does his mansion include a dart board with Lionel Messi's face on it?
The possibilities are endless.
2. Jack Warner is an awful human being
Or at least that appears to be the case given the latest reports that are surfacing surrounding the corrupt practices of the former FIFA vice president.
What did he do this time?
Oh, you know, just took $750,000 that was intended for Haiti earthquake victims and put it in his personal bank account.
If you thought Sepp Blatter was the worst person in the world, Jack Warner might be giving him a run for his money.
Who does such a thing?
Oh that's right, clearly a guy that uses a fake story from the popular satire site The Onion to defend himself:
Put this guy in prison forever and make him watch the FIFA movie monstrosity United Passions as punishment.
3. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is now a life coach
If there's someone that should create his own YouTube series with daily life advice, it's Ibra.
This guy has no shortage of opinions, and after squaring off against Real Madrid youngster Martin Odegaard in Sweden's clash with Norway on Monday, he had some advice for him:
"It's not easy to say, but he has a father that controls everything completely. First he must grow up and become a man and then get rid of his father."
It's hard to disagree with Ibra on this one. If Odegaard is to be successful in the world of football, he will need to make his own decisions.
And if he chooses to push his father to the side, then that will allow Ibra to reveal the dark truth to Odegaard:
4. USA and Japan doing their thing at the Women's World Cup
The Women's World Cup is quite the spectacle, and you should be watching. It's still ridiculous that these women have to play on artifical turf, but with Master Blatter out of the picture, that will hopefully be changed next time around.
Two of the favorites to win it all - the United States and Japan - both captured victories in their first group stage matches despite good competition from Australia and Switzerland. These two met in the 2011 Women's World Cup Final, with Japan winning a thrilling contest.
The U.S. was aided by two goals from Megan Rapinoe, while Japan won it with a penalty kick from Aya Miyama in the 29th minute.
These two teams showed their flaws at times, but they are clearly right at the top of the field at the moment.
Could we see a repeat of the 2011 final this year? Not if Germany or Brazil have a say in the matter.