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Ten Hag Accused Of Breaking Ferguson’s Golden Rule At Man Utd In Dealing With Ronaldo

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has been accused of breaking one important Sir Alex Ferguson’s rule in dealing with Cristiano Ronaldo last month.

Ten Hag banished Ronaldo from the team after he refused to come on as a substitute against Tottenham Hotspur on October 19th. After he served his punishment, he was allowed back into the team.

Since returning to the team, Ronaldo has played every minute of United’s last four matches, and fans have called out Ten Hag for allowing him back in the team despite his poor displays.

Fans have criticised Ronaldo for his underwhelming displays since he returned to the team, with others asking the club to move him on and find a younger replacement for the 37-year-old, according to Sky Sports.

Arsenal legend Emmanuel Petit has said that Ten Hag made a mistake by bringing Ronaldo back into the team, and by doing that, he is putting players above the club.

The comments echo those of former United players saying Ferguson was ruthless in dealing with indiscipline. The legendary manager let even the best players leave, according to the Mirror.

“Erik ten Hag is putting Ronaldo before Man United – he needs to prioritise the club and not the player. Erik ten Hag wants to keep Cristiano Ronaldo happy but the priority isn’t Ronaldo, according to the Mirror.

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Ronaldo is expected to leave the club in January or in the summer. The forward is also expected to play in his 5th World Cup later this month.

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