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Ronaldo Finally Discloses Stunning Reason That Made Him Clash With Man Utd Teammates
- Cristiano Ronaldo has talked on the problems Manchester United are facing this term in the Premier League
- Manchester United chiefs had to sack Ole Solskjaer and hired Ralf who is trying to change the fortune at Old Trafford
- Ronaldo explained that there are some players who won't listen to advise even when it comes from someone experienced
Cristiano Ronaldo has finally given detailed explanation of why he clashed with some Manchester United teammates claiming that some won't like to be criticized for their games.
Things are currently not moving well for Manchester United this season and this forced the club's chiefs to dismiss Ole Solskjaer and hired Ralf Rangnick who is also still struggling this term.
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Cristiano Ronaldo's reaction
"The mature players, the older players, can always help the younger players.
"But I can give you an example if I give you advice, even if you are younger than me, but if that's not in your plan during your daily life then it will be difficult.
''You can speak all day with that person, but if it's not coming from inside of you then it is impossible.''
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United currently find themselves in seventh position on the log, and after Westham saw off Norwich City on Wednesday, the Red Devils are now six points off the top four places.
The entry of Ralf Rangnick to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems to have steadied the ship a little, with United only conceding three goals and winning four in seven matches.
But there were hints of an underlying problem once again on January 3, when United somehow succumbed to a 1-0 defeat to Wolves at Old Trafford in a game which they were second best for large parts.