Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is at a career crossroads. PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP

Explosive Tweets from Sky journo painting Cristiano Ronaldo as the villain

Cristiano Ronaldo has dropped a a few bombshells in his interview with Piers Morgan. Now, Sky journo Kaveh Solhekol has fired back.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is at a career crossroads. PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP

Cristiano Ronaldo is the talk of planet football today. His exclusive and explosive interview with Piers Morgan on Sunday evening have reached all corners of the globe.

Sky Kaveh has now dropped a revealing thread which presents another side to the saga.

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Cristiano Ronaldo feels betrayed by the Man United hierarchy. Image via AFP

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Cristiano Ronaldo painted as the villain

Check Kaveh Solhekol on the timeline for more on the topic as well as all of the inevitable reaction from his followers. Here he details the disappointment of Ronaldo’s United teammates after his antics in recent weeks. Here are the first two tweets in the thread followed by a link to the third:

Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United players are extremely disappointed with the manner and timing of Cristiano Ronaldo’s interview. Club only found out about the interview as they were preparing to fly back from London this evening after the Fulham game. 1/3

Manchester United are likely to now consider all their options regarding Ronaldo. Management and players don’t understand why he has said what he has said. They are hugely disappointed that he would disrespect the club, his manager and teammates in this way. 2/3

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This is a sage that will undoubtedly drag on into the World Cup and beyond. Obviously it isn’t going to benefit anybodsy involved either, excelt maybe the attention-seeking Piers Morgan? Also, whose side are you on Mzansi?

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