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UK Trend: Cristiano Ronaldo and his explosive interview with Piers Morgan

Cristiano Ronaldo and his explosive interview with Piers Morgan
فريق التحرير 15 November 2022

A five-time Champions League champion and five-time Ballon d’Or winner, he is considered one of the greatest footballers of this generation. Cristiano Ronaldo plays for Manchester United and Portugal and previously played for Real Madrid, Juventus, and Sporting Lisbon. In addition, he helped his country win the Euro 2016 championship. (ctlsites.uga.edu)

Portugal’s star player did not hesitate to voice his opinion about Erik ten Hag and the club’s leadership, claiming that they had betrayed him.

In this 90-minute interview, Ronaldo sits down with Piers Morgan to talk about everything about Manchester United.

As Ronaldo gives his honest opinion, the interview will be divided into two parts. Part one will be broadcast on Wednesday, November 16 at 8 PM UK time. A second and final part will be released on Thursday, November 17 at 8 PM UK time.

 

 

There has been a flood of support for Ronaldo and his honesty on social media, regardless of whether he has caused controversy with his statements.

 

 

 

 

While some were in favour of Ronaldo’s statements on the show. In the comments he made, some felt he had betrayed his team and Eric. They also felt this was solely to secure an exit to another club during the next transfer window.

According to Ronaldo, “some individuals don’t want me here not just this year but last year too,” and this interview might motivate them to arrange an exit.

 

 

Some supporters of the club even asserted that Ronaldo was merely making these statements to get attention after Erik Ten Hag benched him.

 

 

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Stay tuned for the full interview to be released over the next two days.

 


 

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