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Peter Crouch: Cristiano Ronaldo And Clarence Seedorf Will Never Reach My Level… They Have Too Much Muscle!

Peter Crouch: Cristiano Ronaldo And Clarence Seedorf Will Never Reach My Level… They Have Too Much Muscle!

Stoke City striker Peter Crouch may be one of the tallest strikers in the Premier League but he’s never been the strongest.

Not that the experienced 34-year-old has a problem with this though, as he believes it gives him the edge over his competition.

Yes, Crouchy was targeted and compared to beefcake stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Clarence Seedorf this morning by TheSPORTbible.

In the attached picture, Ronaldo and Seedorf are both showing their powerful leg muscles, while Crouch… is being Peter Crouch.

And while many of us would have crumbled under that pressure, the former England international kept his cool, even after being goaded by his Stoke City teammate Geoff Cameron:

 

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Former Holland international Seedorf won four Champions Leagues, two Serie A titles and a La Liga crown during his 22 years in the game.

While Ronaldo has lifted two FIFA Balon d’Or’s, three Premier League titles and the Champions League twice.

And Peter Crouch?

He’s won the First Division title with Norwich and an FA Cup with Liverpool.

Sorry Crouchy…

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