Mike Phelan, the head coach of Manchester United in the English Premier League (EPL), revealed about Cristiano Ronaldo’s life.
Phelan served as United’s head coach from 2008 to 2013 and from 2019 to 2022. Ronaldo’s first Manchester United life and his second Manchester United life were both experienced next to him.
Pelan revealed Ronaldo’s second Manchester United career situation, especially through Britain’s Sky Sports. Ronaldo had an unbeautiful farewell to Manchester United. Ronaldo shot Manchester United in an interview with Piers Morgan and shot Manchester United manager Eric Ten Haach.온라인바카라
In particular, Ronaldo made a bombshell remark, saying, “Ten Ha-ha did not respect me, so I also did not respect Ten Ha-ha.” In the end, Manchester United and Ronaldo terminated their contracts by mutual agreement, and Ronaldo left for Al Nasr.
However, Ronaldo was not the only one who did not respect Tenha at the time. His teammates didn’t respect him either. Also, his teammates did not respect Ronaldo. It was inevitable that it would end in a catastrophe. Ronaldo was actually “bullying” at Manchester United. Pelan watched this situation from the side.
“Ronaldo was an incredibly high-level player. Ronaldo is the hero of Manchester United, the star of Real Madrid and the best player in Portuguese history. So my colleagues had a hard time,” he confessed.
In Manchester United’s second career, Ronaldo was older, more opinionated, and more willing. Ronaldo didn’t want his standards lowered. He wanted to raise the standards of his colleagues without lowering his standards. “If you think like this, you lose people,” he said.
“Once in the locker room, Ronaldo pushed hard against his teammates. But colleagues did not respond. Ronaldo was frustrated with this response,” he remembered.
Finally, Pelan said, “Ronaldo was the best player. Ronaldo was a player who wanted to look back on his track and say ‘successful’. It’s an important part of him. Perhaps Ronaldo realized he couldn’t do this in his second Manchester United career. So I think I chose a different challenge. “He’s in Saudi Arabia, but he’s still playing, he’s still scoring goals,” he said.