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He gave Cristiano Ronaldo the strongest kick in history, retired and now makes his living as a detective

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the players who kicks the most per game but the worst was given by a player who today became a private detective

He gave Cristiano Ronaldo the strongest kick in history, retired and now makes his living as a detective. Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the players who kicks the most per game but the worst was given by a player who today became a private detective.
He gave Cristiano Ronaldo the strongest kick in history, retired and now makes his living as a detective. Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the players who kicks the most per game but the worst was given by a player who today became a private detective.

Defending Cristiano Ronaldo can be one of the most difficult jobs for any soccer player, especially when Cristiano Ronaldo just started his career at Manchester United and had a different power and speed than the rest of the players. This player, turned private detective, gave him a kick that Cristiano Ronaldo could never forget.

Arjan de Zeeuw was one of the toughest defenders in the Premier League. Although he did not succeed in the best teams, he is well remembered for his rudeness when playing and especially defending. One of the most remembered kicks is Cristiano Ronaldo when the current Juventus player was at Manchester United.

Like many other footballers who did not succeed and play in big teams in Europe, Arjan de Zeeuw had to find another profession in order to live. Arjan de Zeeuw became a private detective and works for the Dutch police as a detective. It's a great job for the former soccer player who humiliated Cristiano Ronaldo.

While playing soccer and defending players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Arjan de Zeeuw also studied. Arjan de Zeeuw's most important teams were Wigan and Portsmouth and that's when he faced and hurt Cristiano Ronaldo. Today his job is to find criminals but his kicks, like the one he gave Cristiano Ronaldo, could have been worthy of jail.

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