In the famous interview with Piers Morgan, Cristiano Ronaldo criticized his youth teammates at Manchester United. The Portuguese striker points to his lack of toughness.
Ronaldo is crazy…
After the club and the trainer, it is now the turn of the youth. In an explosive interview with British journalist Piers Morgan, the first part of which was broadcast in full on Wednesday, Cristiano Ronaldo also took on a new generation of footballers. The 37-year-old striker bemoaned his standards and lack of professionalism.
Ronaldo has seen a change in mindset
I don’t think they disrespect experienced players, but it is a different generation. The mindset is no longer the same. He is not hungry. Everything is simple, they do not suffer. And it’s not just Manchester United, it’s the same across all teams and all leagues. But we can’t blame them because it’s just part of life, you know. It’s a new generation, with new technologies to distract them. They do listen, but they listen in one ear and go out the other. Note the Portuguese.
For CR7, his young teammates have many examples to follow. It’s a shame because they have great examples right in front of their eyes. I remember when I was 18, 19, 20, I always used to watch top players like Van Nistelrooy, Ferdinand, Roy Keane and Giggs. That is the reason why I have got this success and this longevity. Because I take care of my body, my mindset, my head, because I watch these people and learn from them says the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, who considers himself An example ,
C.Ronaldo his career would not last long
I’m not the kind of guy who likes to give advice, because I prefer to be an example. Because I’m an example. I’m there every morning and do the same things. I am probably the first to arrive and the last to leave. I guess the details speak for themselves. That’s why I say I like to lead by example. Some follow me, very little, others not really. some don’t care He notes before issuing a warning.
In my opinion, his career will not be long. It is impossible. Many players of my generation play till the age of 36, 37, 38, but players of this new generation will not do that. However, Ronaldo sees some exceptions:At Manchester United, I can mention Dalot (Diogo), he is young but very professional. I have no doubt that he will have a long career in football as he is young, smart and very professional. There is also (Lisandro) Martinez or Casemiro, who is in his thirties. Not much in the Mancunian locker room…
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