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Top footballers who should have their own movies

We’ve compiled a list of footballers who we think deserve their own movie adaptation!

1.Lionel Messi

Suggested genre: Biographical

Messi was diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency and that didn’t stop him from playing football. With the help of Barcelona, he is now one of the best footballers in the world. Also, to show his eternal gratitude towards the club, he has never played for any other club!

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2.Wayne Bridge

Suggested genre: Romance

Bridge had a relationship with Vanessa Perroncel from 2005 to 2009. They had a son together a day before he signed a new four-year contract with Chelsea. Few months after breaking up with Vanessa, Bridge found out that John Terry had a four-month affair in late 2009 with Perroncel. The child’s custody was an ugly process for the parents.

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3.Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Suggested genre: Drama

Ibrahimovic’s childhood is quite gloomy due to his parent’s divorce. That’s not all, he found comfort in bullying and thieving while he was in school. He got rid of his bad habits when he started playing football. And the rest is history.

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4.Cristiano Ronaldo

Suggested genre: Drama

Even though he is one of the richest footballers in the world right now, Ronaldo comes from a really humble beginning. Growing up in a tiny bedroom with two older sisters and a brother, Ronaldo’s childhood isn’t all sad. His talent and hard work enabled him to achieve everything he has today.

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5.Mokhtar Dahari

Suggested genre: Biographical

Known as one of the best Malaysian footballers ever, Dahari was a lethal striker and proved himself by defeating Asian giants such as South Korea and Japan. One of the biggest achievements in his illustrious career has to be when he scored a goal for Malaysia in a match against England B in 1978. He was diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND) and died at the age of 37.

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