To the accusations that his presence has recently been a condemnation for the coaches, the five-time Golden Ball replies … greeting the former coach, remembering the good times they spent together both when they were on the pitch together and in recent months.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s farewell to Manchester United has certainly not stopped the controversy surrounding the Red Devils. In fact, his dismissal brings several points of view on the situation involving the Old Trafford club. Those who believed the manager the only culprit should now find peace, considering that many argued that it was the Norwegian who did not know how to make the most of a competitive squad. But at the time of the announcement of the separation, more than someone also pointed the finger at Cristiano Ronaldo, whose arrival would have destroyed the tactical and locker room balance that Solskjaer had begun to create after taking over from Mourinho. And the Portuguese, what do you think?
HUMAN BEING – To the accusations that his presence lately has been a condemnation for the coaches (with lots of black and white examples concerning Allegri, Sarri and Pirlo), the five-time Golden Ball replies … greeting the former coach. On his Twitter profile, CR7 wanted to send a last message to Solskjaer, recalling the good times we had together both when they were on the pitch together and in recent months. “He was my center forward when I first arrived at Old Trafford and has been my manager since I returned to Manchester United. But most of all, Ole is an exceptional human being. I wish him the best, whatever he has in store for him. life. Good luck my friend, you deserve it! “.
COMMENTS – Not exactly the words of those who, as someone across the Channel suggested, had complained several times about the Norwegian’s guide. However, the comments under Ronaldo’s post indicate that not everyone agrees with the Portuguese’s words. “If you had scored the one-on-one with Watford, Ole would still have a bench,” commented one user. Most of the answers, however, are encouragement … to Ronaldo. “You did your best, it’s not your fault”, United fans say to their number 7. In short, few are sad about the coach’s farewell. Including Ronaldo, but also the many other players in the squad who greeted the coach via social media. And who knows if anyone who arrives will be able to do better than the Norwegian …
November 22, 2021 (change November 22, 2021 | 12:50)
© REPRODUCTION RESERVED