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Why I Have No Respect For Erik Ten Hag – Ronaldo




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Manchester United forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, has revealed that he has no respect for his manager, Erik Ten Hag, due to certain reasons.

Naija News recalls that the Portuguese talisman has fallen out of favour with the Dutch manager this season after being axed from the club and replaced during the game on many occasions.

The two-time premier league player of the year returned to where it all started at Old Trafford in 2021-22 and made a good return by scoring 24 goals in all competitions and providing 3 assists.

Recall that he scored twice in a crushing 4-1 win against Newcastle in his first game back at Old Trafford, the self-described “Theatre of Dreams,” with Sir Alex Ferguson and Ronaldo’s jubilant, tearful mother watching from the bleachers.

Meanwhile, the Portuguese player’s season has started slowly, the striker under the Dutchman has outperformed expectations despite scoring only two goals in the Europa League and one in the Premier League.

The striker’s performance can be followed from the moment he lost his kid to the moment he skipped the preseason trip, which he justified as a result of the difficulties he was facing.

The seven-time domestic league champion felt insulted after being put on the bench, and as a result, he fled the field after refusing to make a substitution.

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He comments on the Dutch coach who banned Ronaldo last month for refusing to make a last-minute substitution against Tottenham: “I don’t have respect for him because he doesn’t show respect for me. 

What did Ronaldo say about Wayne Rooney?

Meanwhile, the former Real Madrid striker has utter contempt for the attention-seeking intentions of some of his loudest detractors, such as fellow former teammate Wayne Rooney, who has openly insulted Ronaldo for months and encouraged United to get rid of him.
“I don’t know why he criticises me so badly . . . probably because he finished his career and I’m still playing at high level.” he said