Portugal’s star player Cristiano Ronaldo breaks silence ahead of the FIFA World Cup 2022 on his future with Manchester United club and his team’s chances of winning the World Cup. Ronaldo is set to play his last world cup in his career and will look to add another World Cup glory to his career.
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Cristiano Ronaldo had grasp the news from the last week which was started before the FIFA World Cup 2022, for his bombshell interview with Piers Morgan where he criticized Manchester United, their owners, their Franchises, and they talked about the relationship between the coach Erik ten Hag scourged out at former teammate Wayne Rooney for criticizing him.
Ronaldo in an interview on Talk Tv speaking to Morgan which aired in two parts which said that he felt betrayed that some of the people at the club don’t want him there and additionally added that he has no respect for Ten Hag.
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“Yes, not only the coach, but another two or three guys around the club. I felt betrayed,” said Ronaldo, when asked whether United’s hierarchy was trying to push him out of the club. “Yes, I feel betrayed, and I felt some people don’t want me here, not just this year, but last year too,” the Portuguese said in an interview with Piers Morgan for TalkTV.
While talking to the presser on Monday, Ronaldo said that the interview is unlikely to affect him and the team during the World Cup campaign.
“Please, don’t ask players about me. Ask about the World Cup, I’m bulletproof, I have an armored mind. I have no doubt that this recent episode, that interview, and other episodes with other players that happen sometimes, can sometimes shake the player but won’t shake the team,” said Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of Portugal’s opening match.
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