Cristiano Ronaldo feels betrayed by Manchester United (MUST READ)

Ffootball superstar Cristiano Ronaldo may have taken a step back by making explosive comments about the English record holders Manchester United. In an interview the 37-year-old Portuguese admitted that he was feeling “betrayed”. The goalkeeper cited this to Dutch trainer Erik ten Haag and “two or three other people around the club”. The interview previously published on TalkTV. TalkTV station will air in two parts on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Ten Hag was closed before this season began. Manchester United come and have stopped using Ronaldo frequently as an everyday player. The European champion in 2016 was unable to join the team as an alternative. A possible transfer last summer did not materialize.

“I had never heard of him”

Everyone should be able to understand the truth, Ronaldo now said. “Yes I felt like I was like I was betrayed and that some people don’t like me. Not only the year before, but the year before.” He doesn’t have any respect for the ten Hag because the Hag doesn’t respect him too.
Concerning his former coach interim Ralph Rangenick who was consultant to United prior to his role as Austria coach said Ronaldo: “If you’re not even a coach, how do you become the head for Manchester United? I’d never heard of him.”
For the entire 90 minute interview Ronaldo stressed that he is a fan of Manchester United and that the supporters are always on his side. “I want the best for the club,” said the Portuguese who has previously played at Real Madrid and Juventus Turin on his return to Manchesterwhere the club where he became a star international player.
Since the coach who was successful before Alex Ferguson left the club and he’s not seen any progress. The club is in a direction that is not worthy of. Ferguson recognizes that. Everybody is aware of that. “The people who can’t recognize that, it’s because they don’t want be able to see it. You’re blind,” Ronaldo said.


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