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Ronaldo’s bomb of an interview was supported by former coach

Ronaldo’s bomb of an interview was supported by former coach. After sparking controversy with an incendiary interview, Cristiano Ronaldo has been backed by former Real Madrid assistant manager Jose Morais. Ronaldo has received support from Morais after making contentious statements in an interview with Piers Morgan. Morais served as Jose Mourinho’s assistant while the Portuguese coach was in control of Real Madrid. Erik ten Hag has also taken shot at by Morais, who thinks the Dutchman may be out of his element in this circumstance.

Having a player like him is a blessing for a coach, he stated in an interview with A Bola. There is no denying that Cristiano is a sane and realistic individual. He is a human, so I won’t use the term “UFO.” He might more accurately be described as a Human with Unknown Characteristics. To train special players, you must be a special coach, is all I’m trying to say. Being a special coach necessitates having the necessary skills to handle circumstances like this one. constructive dialogue. A person’s personal development is a determining factor in the building of trust.

The best coach is more equipped to handle these circumstances. During the first three seasons of Ronaldo’s time at Real Madrid, from 2010 to 2013, Morais coached the now-37-year-old player. The Portuguese were outstanding during that time, scoring 168 goals for Los Blancos over the course of those three years. The offensive player is eager to assist Portugal to build on their disappointing World Cup performance in Russia when they could only advance to the round of 16. On November 17, they play against Ghana in their first matchup in Qatar.

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Salman Shaikh
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