Former Sporting CP supervisor Manuel Jose has ripped aside Cristiano Ronaldo and accused him of being egocentric and grasping.
Throughout the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Cristiano Ronaldo noticed his affect of the Portuguese nationwide workforce take a toll, as he was unable to have an effect. The coach on the time, Fernando Santos, left him on the bench for a number of video games.
Below the brand new coach Roberto Martinez, the Al Nassr striker has regained his place within the beginning XI. Nevertheless, Jose reckons Martinez ought to make Cristiano Ronaldo notice his lowering high quality. The previous Sporting supervisor additionally claimed that the Al-Nassr famous person has forgotten his roots.
“The coach has to have character and character to make him notice some issues: first his age, then that he’s representing a rustic and sporting the shirt of a rustic and the worth it has, after which he has to provide examples of humility.”
“It’s spectacular, however Cristiano has forgotten his origins.”
Ex-Sporting boss claims Cristiano Ronaldo is egocentric and grasping
The previous Sporting boss additionally claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo is grasping for cash.
“He doesn’t know how one can end his profession. It’s cash and extra money. ‘Recent air’ can be in the event that they took Ronaldo out of the nationwide workforce. He behaved badly with Fernando Santos, together with his colleagues and with the Portuguese.”
“He has a greenback register every eye, and Bruno Fernandes simply instructed the reality and put him in his place.”
Jose additionally claimed that the Portuguese striker had a large ego. He mentioned:
“Ronaldo will go down in historical past as the best or one of many best scorers in world soccer. Nobody takes that away from you. Now he has an ego the dimensions of the world and he solely thinks about himself.”
“On the sphere, it’s him, then him after which him once more. He solely thinks about himself and nobody else. He nonetheless hasn’t been capable of perceive how previous he’s, that he’s enjoying in a peripheral league and that he’s now not the Ronaldo of previous occasions.”