Gary Neville, ex-Team player England national team he is from Manchester UnitedToday, he works as a TV commentator. Yesterday, in a statement, the former defender stated this Cristiano Ronaldo Need to improve their attitudes towards the Portugal group.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if he comes on tonight and scores the winning goal, but the arrogance, the stomping, the sulking…that has to stop because it doesn’t suit him well. His legacy is over, it’s gone. He’s protected as one of the all-time greats. But in the short term he’s got to get better,” Neville started commentating for ITV.
He added, “Was the Juventus coach wrong? The Manchester United coach? The Portugal coach is also wrong? There are three of them now who have done the same thing with Cristiano.”
In addition, he watched as his replacement, Goncalo Ramos, scored three goals, giving a new dynamism to the Portuguese team – who produced their best performance at the World Cup.
Dispute with the coach in the group stage
In the defeat by South Korea in the World Cup group stage, Cristiano was substituted in the second half and left the field. Coach Fernando Santos Choose PortugalHe said he didn’t like the star’s attitude.
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Manchester United leave during the World Cup
Friction with coach Erik ten Hag caused Cristiano to leave the club early. The crisis lasted for months. Still in pre-season, in June, the player decided not to travel with the team on a trip to Asia; He was then substituted at half-time in a friendly match against Rayo Vallecano and left the field before the match ended. It was at this point that the coach showed himself publicly for the first time about the problems of indiscipline, Acknowledgment of dissatisfaction with the number 7 shirt🇧🇷
Since then, Cristiano Ronaldo has recorded poor performances and kept clashing with the coach. newly, refused to enter the field In a match against Tottenham in the English Premier League. Then, in a recent interview, He said not to regret the rejectionas well as shooting Ten Hag saying he had “no respect” for the coach.
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