6-year-old soccer talent wants to become the new Ronaldo

 
6-year-old soccer talent wants to become the new Ronaldo
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Christopher "Doffy" Salvesen Svenning is a very energetic, talented 6 year old soccer player from Norway.

He is training with his dad, former Norwegian top league player, Øyvind Svenning, but mostly he likes to run around and do kicks, tricks and flips on his own.

His biggest idol is Ronaldo, and he is a huge Real Madrid fan.

Christopher undoubtedly has a talent for soccer, and his father, who is a former player for clubs like Rosenborg and Viking in the Norwegian league and Sundsvall in the Swedish league, believes his son is much better than he was himself at that age.

He really cannot grow up fast enough, as the Norwegian national soccer team - which again failed to qualify for a big tournament, this time the UEFA Championship finals - is in desperate need of his services.

So please grow up in a hurry "Doffy" and make Norway great again!



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