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Coach "Manchester United" Ronaldo was accused of not wanting to invest in the club


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Moscow, December 25 – Eric ten Hag, coach of striker Cristiano Ronaldo, said he did not want to be part of Manchester United’s new future.
In November, the English “Manchester United” terminated the contract with Ronaldo by mutual agreement of the parties after he gave an interview to journalist Piers Morgan, in which he criticized the management and coaching staff of the Mancunians.

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Ronaldo, 37, is a five-time Ballon d’Or winner. Throughout his career, he represented the Portuguese “Sporting”, the English “Manchester United”, the Spanish “Real” and the Italian “Juventus”. He became the six-time winner of the Champions League, three-time champion of England, and twice – champion of Spain and Italy. Ronaldo won the 2016 European Championship and the 2018/19 Nations League with Portugal.

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