Morgan criticizes Manchester United.
The breakup between Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United. It’s been a relationship that has been consistently dissonant since joining, but it was an interview that became a decisive opportunity. Ronaldo, who conducted an interview with Morgan during the World Cup break, criticized Manchester United intensely in the process. From director Ralph Rangnick to director Eric ten Haag. Even Wayne Rooney, Gary Neville, etc., who ate a pot of rice in the past, spat out bitter words, and even made a remark about the entire Manchester United club as “a team without development.”
The aftermath was great. Manchester United fans and local media criticized Ronaldo, and after days of discussions, United announced their separation from Ronaldo. After failing to perform well even in the World Cup, he searched for other clubs, but couldn’t find a suitable place in Europe and eventually headed to Al Nasr in Saudi Arabia. 토토사이트
From the interview to Saudi Arabia. Although most people criticized Ronaldo, some officials defended him. Former teammates such as Rio Ferdinand and Neville regretted Manchester United’s choice. Among them, Morgan, who conducted the interview, strongly criticized Manchester United for sending Ronaldo.
The criticism continued until recently. In the last game against Arsenal, United dropped Boot Verhost as their front-line striker. Expectations were high as they were brought on loan in a situation where there was a shortage of forward strikers. However, his performance was minimal. He played full-time but failed to take a single shot. Nevertheless, Man United scored two goals, but lost by Eddy Nketia at the end of the second half.
In response, Morgan mocked Manchester United. On his social media, he claimed that sending Ronaldo was the wrong choice, saying, “Congratulations Man United. This is the result of appointing an arrogant manager who has no respect for Ronaldo and replacing him with an unheard-of player like ‘Austrian Sausage’.” did.
Meanwhile, after leaving Manchester United, Ronaldo made his Asian debut. He scored multiple goals in a friendly match against Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) as a Saudi allied team, and played his first official match playing full-time in a league match. Although he did not score a goal, the local media and fans were enthusiastic just for Ronaldo’s performance.