Fresh criticism of Cristiano Ronaldo emerges after rough farewell act |

Fresh criticism of Cristiano Ronaldo emerges after rough farewell act

Fresh criticism of Cristiano Ronaldo emerges after rough farewell act

Fresh criticism of Cristiano Ronaldo emerges after rough farewell act

Fresh criticism of Cristiano Ronaldo emerges after rough farewell act

Cristiano Ronaldo will make his second Manchester United debut against Newcastle United on September 11

yet with his exit from Serie A still rather fresh, new criticism has emerged of his time with Juventus

Alessio Tacchinardi and Sergio Brio were both former players who represented Juventus

yet they have been critical of Ronaldo’s attitude towards the Bianconeri during his three-year stay in Turin.

“Juventus deserved more respect, I didn’t expect Ronaldo to make such a slight to the club,” Brio declared.

“He hasn’t been kind to them.

“For the love of God, Cristiano is still a great player and a great professional

“but his farewell could have been given in a different way and with other words.”

Tacchinardi also shared the view that Ronaldo wasnt totally respectful with the way he engineered his exit from the Juventus Stadium.

“His departure should have been different, he shouldn’t have left in his private plane whilst [Massimiliano]”

“Allegri spoke on the eve of the match against Empoli,” Tacchinardi added.

“He should have waited for a press conference to say goodbye to the fans”

“to the Juventus staff who treated him well and deserved something more.”

“The fact he left and said he would go to a place where he felt at home hasn’t given him a good image.”

“He has not only played for the shirt he was wearing”

“but also to increase his international value, and this hasn’t escaped people.”

“He has put Juventus in a difficult spot by leaving with just a few days to go until the transfer market closes;

“replacing a scoring machine like Ronaldo is impossible.”

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