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The career of Roberto Firmino: The epic Journey
Looks like big palm trees are leaning and trying to kiss the water. Huge hotels are returning to the sky to greet the sun. One of the seaside restaurants, the food, and drinks available to him are equally expensive. This is the scene in Masai, the capital of Alagoas. Also known as the Caribbean of Brazil. A boy was raised in the slum of this city. There was always a smile on his face. This is the story of a boy who learned to play soccer on the road. The unique journey to Enfield has now been decided. Roberto Firmino Barbosa de Oliveira was born on October 2, 1991. She was born near Trapiche Dr. Bara Polluted lake. This is really a slum of the poor. Near it is a 20,000 capacity studio Rei Pelé grounds. Like most northeastern cities in Brazil, it is less developed. And the postcards adorned with breathtaking views don't tell the whole story of the city. This city has its own unique tourist attraction. Traveling to the island here, certain scenes begin to expand. Most violence occurs in the city, Masai. So from the beginning, Fermino's mind was nothing but football. He was no longer a homegrown man. There, a hot dog shop has opened. But the wall of the Firmino family still holds the wall. The thorns on the wall still remain. Its purpose was so that the thief would not enter. Another purpose was to keep Firmino indoors. 'There was a lot of beatings here, so his mother wanted her son to stay home,' says Bruno Barbosa dos Santos, Firmino's younger friend, 'but Firmino grew up playing football. So on the same wall, he would come out and enjoy playing soccer on the street. Once he climbed the same wall. At that time the wound must still be defective. ' One of his friends even remembers that Firmino used to throw stones at the roof of his house to play outside. He played with the elder when he was 6, but his game was the same. Another of his friends, Dedou, says, "Firmino's mother was worried that her son might not be violently walking down the street. In fact, he was never like that. From the beginning he was calm. He was just laughing. He also played with orange. His only dream was to become a professional football player. " "From a young age, he was wise," says Bruno, "always reaching out to help others. He recently bought a wheelchair for my grandmother. Grandma needed it after a heart attack. Firmino's dream is to bring his parents and sisters out of this world. ”Bruno still talks to the Liverpool forward with the help of WhatsApp. From Fermino's house, there is a small playing field for two teams of each 5 player. It is also a waste. From here, Firmino learned the art of football. Not just Firmino. His parents, Marina Cicero and Jose Cardero were both at peace. Better is than them. This family was finally able to rise above poverty because of football. José was a street merchant. He used to sell water during football games. It was the sole source of income for the family. Little Firminoa helped her father in the business. José did all he could in his life, but Firmino's dream was a big one. Dadeau says, "He loved the game of Ronaldinho and Ronaldo. His game was watched on TV. Firmino could play just as much as they did. He played a lot better football than us. We weren't even close to her. ”There is also a school where Firmino studies at the side of the field. At the age of 7, he started attending school. The headmaster of the same school wrote on the door of the living room, 'Do the first thing you need to do. Then do as much as possible. Then we can do the impossible. ”The same school teacher, Eri Santiago, formed a football team. He used to say to his students, 'You have to dream big.' He says, "One time when I returned to school after saying goodbye, I heard that three students had died due to violence. At that time, there was a lot of conflict. It hurt me a lot. I wanted to convey to all the students that it is something other than violence. ' Not only did he have a good football team, but he also gave a good message to everyone. Firmino was associated with the local club de Ragate Brazil when he was 14 years old. Santiago, a teacher, says, "Firmino is very good-natured and wants to express himself with a smile." He also had a mother with him when he first went to the club. The club's young coach, Guilherme Faris, took only a few minutes to understand his qualifications. The coach says, 'I was immediately impressed by his speeding game, saying,' Be prepared for a contract. ' As soon as he landed, his feet were heard for long journeys. Marcello Portela, the club's dentist, helped Fermino greatly. He says, 'Firmino has always been positive, and he is very grateful for his work. I didn't see him as much as the player. I used to say, Firmino will one day play for Brazil. Everyone used to mock me as a mad doctor. But Firmino proved them wrong, I'm right. What I said came true, and those who criticize me are silent now. ' Three weeks after his 18th birthday, he debuted in professional football, wearing black and white jerseys. In Jersey No. 16, he played for Figurines. Thirteen months later he became the most emerging player in the Italian series 'B'. With the help of his game, the club also managed to lift the upper-division. At the end of 2010, he signed with Hoffenheim at 4 million euros. Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven scouts also showed interest in him. Playing in the snow in southwest Germany was certainly not easy for Firmino. But the coach there, too, said he was different from the other players. His dedication to the game is of a different level. He also became the Bundesliga's breakthrough player of the season' at intervals of a year. Soon after Liverpool overtook Manchester United and Manchester City, they signed him in July 2015 for £ 29 million. By then he had played with the Brazilian national team. The graph of Firmino has been booming in the last 12 months. He played a big role in giving Liverpool the European Champions League and Brazil the Copa America Cup. He is now close to giving Liverpool the Premier League title. Only in August did he become the first Brazilian player to score 50 goals in the English Premier League. Liverpool had lifted the club's World Cup title to their goal in December. The team that defeated the final was South American champions Flamengo of Brazil. "The day he left us we had one eye crying and the other had a smile," Hoffenheim's football director said on the day Fermino left.
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The career of Roberto Firmino: The epic Journey
Looks like big palm trees are leaning and trying to kiss the water. Huge hotels are returning to the sky to greet the sun. One of the seaside restaurants, the food, and drinks available to him are equally expensive. This is the scene in Masai, the capital of Alagoas. Also known as the Caribbean of Brazil. A boy was raised in the slum of this city. There was always a smile on his face. This is the story of a boy who learned to play soccer on the road. The unique journey to Enfield has now been decided. Roberto Firmino Barbosa de Oliveira was born on October 2, 1991. She was born near Trapiche Dr. Bara Polluted lake. This is really a slum of the poor. Near it is a 20,000 capacity studio Rei Pelé grounds. Like most northeastern cities in Brazil, it is less developed. And the postcards adorned with breathtaking views don't tell the whole story of the city. This city has its own unique tourist attraction. Traveling to the island here, certain scenes begin to expand. Most violence occurs in the city, Masai. So from the beginning, Fermino's mind was nothing but football. He was no longer a homegrown man. There, a hot dog shop has opened. But the wall of the Firmino family still holds the wall. The thorns on the wall still remain. Its purpose was so that the thief would not enter. Another purpose was to keep Firmino indoors. 'There was a lot of beatings here, so his mother wanted her son to stay home,' says Bruno Barbosa dos Santos, Firmino's younger friend, 'but Firmino grew up playing football. So on the same wall, he would come out and enjoy playing soccer on the street. Once he climbed the same wall. At that time the wound must still be defective. ' One of his friends even remembers that Firmino used to throw stones at the roof of his house to play outside. He played with the elder when he was 6, but his game was the same. Another of his friends, Dedou, says, "Firmino's mother was worried that her son might not be violently walking down the street. In fact, he was never like that. From the beginning he was calm. He was just laughing. He also played with orange. His only dream was to become a professional football player. " "From a young age, he was wise," says Bruno, "always reaching out to help others. He recently bought a wheelchair for my grandmother. Grandma needed it after a heart attack. Firmino's dream is to bring his parents and sisters out of this world. ”Bruno still talks to the Liverpool forward with the help of WhatsApp. From Fermino's house, there is a small playing field for two teams of each 5 player. It is also a waste. From here, Firmino learned the art of football. Not just Firmino. His parents, Marina Cicero and Jose Cardero were both at peace. Better is than them. This family was finally able to rise above poverty because of football. José was a street merchant. He used to sell water during football games. It was the sole source of income for the family. Little Firminoa helped her father in the business. José did all he could in his life, but Firmino's dream was a big one. Dadeau says, "He loved the game of Ronaldinho and Ronaldo. His game was watched on TV. Firmino could play just as much as they did. He played a lot better football than us. We weren't even close to her. ”There is also a school where Firmino studies at the side of the field. At the age of 7, he started attending school. The headmaster of the same school wrote on the door of the living room, 'Do the first thing you need to do. Then do as much as possible. Then we can do the impossible. ”The same school teacher, Eri Santiago, formed a football team. He used to say to his students, 'You have to dream big.' He says, "One time when I returned to school after saying goodbye, I heard that three students had died due to violence. At that time, there was a lot of conflict. It hurt me a lot. I wanted to convey to all the students that it is something other than violence. ' Not only did he have a good football team, but he also gave a good message to everyone. Firmino was associated with the local club de Ragate Brazil when he was 14 years old. Santiago, a teacher, says, "Firmino is very good-natured and wants to express himself with a smile." He also had a mother with him when he first went to the club. The club's young coach, Guilherme Faris, took only a few minutes to understand his qualifications. The coach says, 'I was immediately impressed by his speeding game, saying,' Be prepared for a contract. ' As soon as he landed, his feet were heard for long journeys. Marcello Portela, the club's dentist, helped Fermino greatly. He says, 'Firmino has always been positive, and he is very grateful for his work. I didn't see him as much as the player. I used to say, Firmino will one day play for Brazil. Everyone used to mock me as a mad doctor. But Firmino proved them wrong, I'm right. What I said came true, and those who criticize me are silent now. ' Three weeks after his 18th birthday, he debuted in professional football, wearing black and white jerseys. In Jersey No. 16, he played for Figurines. Thirteen months later he became the most emerging player in the Italian series 'B'. With the help of his game, the club also managed to lift the upper-division. At the end of 2010, he signed with Hoffenheim at 4 million euros. Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven scouts also showed interest in him. Playing in the snow in southwest Germany was certainly not easy for Firmino. But the coach there, too, said he was different from the other players. His dedication to the game is of a different level. He also became the Bundesliga's breakthrough player of the season' at intervals of a year. Soon after Liverpool overtook Manchester United and Manchester City, they signed him in July 2015 for £ 29 million. By then he had played with the Brazilian national team. The graph of Firmino has been booming in the last 12 months. He played a big role in giving Liverpool the European Champions League and Brazil the Copa America Cup. He is now close to giving Liverpool the Premier League title. Only in August did he become the first Brazilian player to score 50 goals in the English Premier League. Liverpool had lifted the club's World Cup title to their goal in December. The team that defeated the final was South American champions Flamengo of Brazil. "The day he left us we had one eye crying and the other had a smile," Hoffenheim's football director said on the day Fermino left.
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pantapradip
The career of Roberto Firmino: The epic Journey
Looks like big palm trees are leaning and trying to kiss the water. Huge hotels are returning to the sky to greet the sun. One of the seaside restaurants, the food, and drinks available to him are equally expensive. This is the scene in Masai, the capital of Alagoas. Also known as the Caribbean of Brazil. A boy was raised in the slum of this city. There was always a smile on his face. This is the story of a boy who learned to play soccer on the road. The unique journey to Enfield has now been decided. Roberto Firmino Barbosa de Oliveira was born on October 2, 1991. She was born near Trapiche Dr. Bara Polluted lake. This is really a slum of the poor. Near it is a 20,000 capacity studio Rei Pelé grounds. Like most northeastern cities in Brazil, it is less developed. And the postcards adorned with breathtaking views don't tell the whole story of the city. This city has its own unique tourist attraction. Traveling to the island here, certain scenes begin to expand. Most violence occurs in the city, Masai. So from the beginning, Fermino's mind was nothing but football. He was no longer a homegrown man. There, a hot dog shop has opened. But the wall of the Firmino family still holds the wall. The thorns on the wall still remain. Its purpose was so that the thief would not enter. Another purpose was to keep Firmino indoors. 'There was a lot of beatings here, so his mother wanted her son to stay home,' says Bruno Barbosa dos Santos, Firmino's younger friend, 'but Firmino grew up playing football. So on the same wall, he would come out and enjoy playing soccer on the street. Once he climbed the same wall. At that time the wound must still be defective. ' One of his friends even remembers that Firmino used to throw stones at the roof of his house to play outside. He played with the elder when he was 6, but his game was the same. Another of his friends, Dedou, says, "Firmino's mother was worried that her son might not be violently walking down the street. In fact, he was never like that. From the beginning he was calm. He was just laughing. He also played with orange. His only dream was to become a professional football player. " "From a young age, he was wise," says Bruno, "always reaching out to help others. He recently bought a wheelchair for my grandmother. Grandma needed it after a heart attack. Firmino's dream is to bring his parents and sisters out of this world. ”Bruno still talks to the Liverpool forward with the help of WhatsApp. From Fermino's house, there is a small playing field for two teams of each 5 player. It is also a waste. From here, Firmino learned the art of football. Not just Firmino. His parents, Marina Cicero and Jose Cardero were both at peace. Better is than them. This family was finally able to rise above poverty because of football. José was a street merchant. He used to sell water during football games. It was the sole source of income for the family. Little Firminoa helped her father in the business. José did all he could in his life, but Firmino's dream was a big one. Dadeau says, "He loved the game of Ronaldinho and Ronaldo. His game was watched on TV. Firmino could play just as much as they did. He played a lot better football than us. We weren't even close to her. ”There is also a school where Firmino studies at the side of the field. At the age of 7, he started attending school. The headmaster of the same school wrote on the door of the living room, 'Do the first thing you need to do. Then do as much as possible. Then we can do the impossible. ”The same school teacher, Eri Santiago, formed a football team. He used to say to his students, 'You have to dream big.' He says, "One time when I returned to school after saying goodbye, I heard that three students had died due to violence. At that time, there was a lot of conflict. It hurt me a lot. I wanted to convey to all the students that it is something other than violence. ' Not only did he have a good football team, but he also gave a good message to everyone. Firmino was associated with the local club de Ragate Brazil when he was 14 years old. Santiago, a teacher, says, "Firmino is very good-natured and wants to express himself with a smile." He also had a mother with him when he first went to the club. The club's young coach, Guilherme Faris, took only a few minutes to understand his qualifications. The coach says, 'I was immediately impressed by his speeding game, saying,' Be prepared for a contract. ' As soon as he landed, his feet were heard for long journeys. Marcello Portela, the club's dentist, helped Fermino greatly. He says, 'Firmino has always been positive, and he is very grateful for his work. I didn't see him as much as the player. I used to say, Firmino will one day play for Brazil. Everyone used to mock me as a mad doctor. But Firmino proved them wrong, I'm right. What I said came true, and those who criticize me are silent now. ' Three weeks after his 18th birthday, he debuted in professional football, wearing black and white jerseys. In Jersey No. 16, he played for Figurines. Thirteen months later he became the most emerging player in the Italian series 'B'. With the help of his game, the club also managed to lift the upper-division. At the end of 2010, he signed with Hoffenheim at 4 million euros. Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven scouts also showed interest in him. Playing in the snow in southwest Germany was certainly not easy for Firmino. But the coach there, too, said he was different from the other players. His dedication to the game is of a different level. He also became the Bundesliga's breakthrough player of the season' at intervals of a year. Soon after Liverpool overtook Manchester United and Manchester City, they signed him in July 2015 for £ 29 million. By then he had played with the Brazilian national team. The graph of Firmino has been booming in the last 12 months. He played a big role in giving Liverpool the European Champions League and Brazil the Copa America Cup. He is now close to giving Liverpool the Premier League title. Only in August did he become the first Brazilian player to score 50 goals in the English Premier League. Liverpool had lifted the club's World Cup title to their goal in December. The team that defeated the final was South American champions Flamengo of Brazil. "The day he left us we had one eye crying and the other had a smile," Hoffenheim's football director said on the day Fermino left.
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