Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Ronaldo will avoid being punished in Italy despite insulting Maurizio sarri (here is what he said)

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Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly not be fined following his outburst after being substituted in his side's 1-0 won over AC Milan over the weekend.

The 34-year-old was removed for Paulo Dybala, who eventually scored the only goal that separated the two sides at the end of the game.
While making his way off the pitch, the Portuguese striker was said to have called his manager Maurizio Sarri a 'son of a wh'ore' while heading straight to the dressing room.
Daily Mail quoting Gazzetta dello Sport report that former Real Madrid star will only be mandated to apologize to the Italian born manager before returning to the squad as he would not be fined.
Reports from Turin also revealed that the ex-Manchester United star might be handed a two-year ban for leaving the Allianz Stadium early following concerns he flouted anti-doping regulations
Ronaldo was said to have left the stadium three minutes towards the end of the fixture as reported by Sky Sport Italia quoting Football Italia.
After the game, Maurizio Sarri said: "We must thank Ronaldo, because he made a sacrifice to be there at all tonight in a difficult situation.
"He did everything possible to play, but I saw he was not well and thought it best to take him off.
"It's only natural a player is going to be irritated to leave the pitch, especially when he worked so hard to be there.
"Over the last month, he has had this little knee problem, he had a knock in training and it hurt the collateral ligament.
He continued: "When he trains at high intensity or plays, it unbalances him, so he ends up overcompensating and it damages the calf and thigh muscles.
"It is affecting his performances and he is not at his best at the moment.
"All players who are trying to give their best will have at least five minutes of being annoyed when they are substituted, but a coach would, in general, be much more worried if he didn't seem upset."

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