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Two Things Ronaldo Did To Solskjaer This Season That Didn't Speak Well Of His Character

Two Things Ronaldo Did To Solskjaer This Season That Didn't Speak Well Of His Character


Is there anyone who believes that Cristiano Ronaldo will not have any issues with Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer whenever it appears that he will return to Old Trafford in the near future? They might as well have had their worries dispelled by this point. The Portuguese striker returned to Manchester United this summer after spending the previous season with Juventus. He has made the expected and desired impact on the field, but he has also made headlines for what appears to be the wrong reasons.

Ronaldo has had an incredible start to his second spell at Manchester United, scoring three goals in three games in the month of September and two more in the Champions League. It is almost enough to justify his dissatisfaction with the club's decision to part ways with Sir Alex Ferguson. In this piece, we will go through in detail two things that Ronaldo has done to Solskjaer this season that show that he may be considered arrogant and that do not speak well of him, as well as what he has done to other players.

Given the fact that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a relatively inexperienced manager, it is inevitable that a player of Ronaldo's pedigree will be uncomfortable with some of the decisions made by the United manager. Ronaldo, on the other hand, is expected to conduct himself and, at the at least, to show maturity in his reactions to some of Solskjaer's shenanigans. We will examine two instances in which we believe Ronaldo has treated his employer poorly this season, which we believe demonstrate that he does not respect him and, as a result, does not reflect highly on his character.


1. Giving orders to teammates during a game against the Young Boys.


After gaining the lead through Cristiano Ronaldo's score, Manchester United were relegated to ten men against the Swiss club early in the second half of the match. The game was still tied at 1-1 when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opted to take both Ronaldo and Messi off in the second half, and the result was a draw. In the aftermath of his substitution from the field, Ronaldo was spotted giving instructions to teammates from the sidelines, a move that was denounced by one of his former teammates, Rio Ferdinand.

Ronaldo's behavior in that game shown that he did not respect his coach, which does not reflect good on his character.


2. He is being questioned about his decision to sit him against Everton.


Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo was left on the bench as Manchester United were held to a disappointing 1-1 draw against Everton. After the game, Solskjaer was reprimanded by his former manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, for making such a poor decision. Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, believes that Cristiano Ronaldo should start every game for his team.

As reported by various media outlets, Ronaldo has reportedly told Solskjaer that whenever he is not fit to start, the Norwegian manager will be informed, and that he wishes to start every league game. Solskjaer's words demonstrate that he is unable to maintain control over him, which is an indicator that he is not modest enough.

Taking these two factors into consideration, it is possible to conclude that Ronaldo has not been demonstrating his good character.

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