According to Leboeuf, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner was already thinking he was bigger than the manager, noting that the Portuguese was always shaking and making gestures whenever he was not on the field of play.
As a punishment for defying his manager and disrespecting his teammates, Ronaldo was left out of the squad that drew 1-1 with Chelsea at the weekend.
But Ten Hag announced on Wednesday that the 37-year-old had returned to the team ahead of the Europa League clash on Thursday.
Leboeuf believes that the Dutch manager did well in handing out a punishment to Ronaldo, with the Portuguese having repeated this same thing during Man United’s preseason match against Rayo.
The former Chelsea man said it was unprofessional for a football icon like Ronaldo to act that way and always show the whole world he was angry.
“It’s also unprofessional and for it to happen again against Tottenham, I think you cannot do that, and he knows exactly what he was doing and wanted to show to the world that he was unhappy,” Leboeuf told FairBettingSites.
Ojo Sunday Victor, A Professional Graphics Designer, and a skilled Content Writer in Entertainment, News and Sport Update.!An Undergraduate in Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH, Ogbomoso). Read More
Since taking over as manager of Manchester United in the summer, Erik ten Hag has received praise for instilling "a fear factor" within the organization.The Red Devils have made significant strides forward and are currently occupying the fifth spot on the table.In the ten league games since, they have only lost one game, a 6-3 loss to Manchester City, and they have advanced to the Europa League's next round.Former Premier League star Darren Ambrose said the Dutch ma...
Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes appears to have backed manager Erik ten Hag’s decision on Cristiano Ronaldo, insisting the team needed big discipline.He said the Dutchman had brought more stability and discipline to Old Trafford.Ronaldo is no longer a Manchester United player and is currently a free agent after his contract with the former Premier League champions was terminated shortly before the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.The Red Devils won 3-0 against...
Cristiano Ronaldo and Erik ten Hag spoke before the news of his wish to quit Manchester United became public, according to the manager of Manchester United.It was "a good conversation," according to Ten Hag, and the 37-year-old did not express his desire to quit Old Trafford.The Dutchman also stated that he wants to keep Ronaldo and succeed next season with him in remarks made ahead of Tuesday's preseason friendly against Liverpool."I spoke with Cristiano Ronaldo be...
Be first to comment