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"They don't Like Me" - Cristiano Fires Back at those Criticizing him as he Reveals the plan he has

"They don't Like Me" - Cristiano Fires Back at those Criticizing him as he Reveals the plan he has For Man United.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United's Man of the Moment, has hit back at critics who have questioned his signing as well as his contribution to the team.

Cristiano Ronaldo was re-signed by Manchester United from Juventus during the Summer Transfer Window, and the 36-year-old made no apologies for announcing his return to English football.

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been in fine scoring form for the Red Devils this season, scoring six goals in eight appearances for Ole Gunnar Solskjr's side across all competitions.

Although he has performed admirably for the club, several pundits have questioned Cristiano Ronaldo's overall contribution to the team, particularly in terms of tracking back and assisting with defensive tasks, despite his signing from Real Madrid.

Ronaldo's contribution to Manchester United is undervalued, according to an English football pundit, who believes he is a major problem for Solskjr.

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"Ronaldo will not win the Premier League with Manchester United because he is not the same player he used to be."

Cristiano Ronaldo's response to the criticisms has made it evident that he understands his role and that people who criticize him are simply hating on him and his achievements.

"I'm aware of when the team requires my defensive assistance. However, my duty in the club is to win, to assist the squad in winning, and to score goals - [the defensive aspect of the game] is a part of my responsibilities." According to Ronaldo, speaking to Skysports.

"The people who don't want to see it are those who dislike me, but to be honest, I'm 36, I win everything, and am I going to be concerned about the people who say negative things about me?" I have a nice night's sleep. It is with a clear mind that I retire to bed. Continue in this manner because I will continue to close my mouth and win things.

"There is always going to be criticism in the corporate world. That's not anything I'm concerned about. And, to be really honest, I believe that is a positive development. If people are concerned about me or speak negatively about me, it is because they see my potential and value in football at this time. As a result, everything is well. To give you an example, if you're in school and you're the best student, and you inquire as to whether the worst student loves the best, they will respond that they do not like him."

"I think the most important thing to remember is that I'm still happy and loving football." It doesn't matter how many awards I've received throughout my professional life. Despite the fact that I win everything, I remain motivated. I'm entering a new chapter of my life, despite my advanced age, and this is why I'm here: to attempt to win, and I believe Manchester needs to be at this level of winning and thinking about winning major things, so I'm here to assist."

On Sunday, Manchester United will host Liverpool at Old Trafford in a crucial English Premier League match. Cristiano Ronaldo would be focused on assisting his team in securing the most number of points possible in their pursuit of a League Championship.

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