Man United legend Scottish “Sir” and the team’s historic coach Alex Ferguson chided his former player and current coach of the team, Norwegian Solskjaer, for what happened between the coach and Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo in the last Everton goal in the English Premier League, which ended in a disappointing draw for the “Red Devils”.
Ferguson increased the pressure on coach Solskjaer, telling him “to push the key players he has into the starting line-up for matches, and it is unreasonable for him to put Ronaldo on the bench at Everton and only push him as a substitute, as long as the player does not get injured.”
Ferguson’s comments, reported by the Spanish newspaper “Marca”, came amid video clips that circulated widely, about a dialogue between Ferguson and the martial arts star, Russian Habib Mammadov, one of Ronaldo’s most prominent friends.
Ferguson appeared angry with Solskjaer, criticizing his technical choices in the match, leading to Manchester’s decline in the standings as he won just two of the team’s last six games.
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