Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United writes 81-word program to say goodbye after striker’s exit | football news

Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United writes 81-word program to say goodbye after striker’s exit | football news

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Manchester United devoted 81 words to Cristiano Ronaldo on their Burnley program following his acrimonious departure from Old Trafford last month.

United revealed they had agreed to terminate Ronaldo’s contract on November 22 after the striker gave an explosive interview with TalkTV’s Piers Morgan, which heavily criticized the club and manager Erik ten Hag.

United meet Burnley in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, their first competitive game since the end of the Ronaldo saga, but Ten Hag’s program notes made no mention of the 37-year-old.

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Instead, the Dutchman spoke about United’s warm-weather training camp in Spain, friendlies against Cádiz and Real Betis, contact with members of his squad who appeared at the World Cup and United’s final Premier League game at Fulham on November 13.

However, there was a brief notice – an 81-word paragraph – in the ‘Facts to Know’ section on pages six and seven of the United Review program that marked Ronaldo’s departure.

File photo dated 07-08-2022 of Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag and Cristiano Ronaldo.  Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag confirmed Cristiano Ronaldo refused to come on against Tottenham.  Issue date: Friday October 21, 2022.

It read: “Cristiano Ronaldo left the club last month by mutual consent.

“The Portuguese superstar scored 145 goals in two periods and 436 appearances and helped us win three Premier League titles, one FA Cup, two League Cups, the Champions League and the FIFA Club World Cup. Ronaldo also became the winner of the Ballon d’Or crowned in 2008.

“In a statement on November 22, the club thanked Cristiano for his immense contribution and wished him and his family all the best for the future.”

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag opens up on the recent departure of Cristiano Ronaldo and the club’s handling of a mid-season break due to the World Cup

During his stay in Spain, Ten Hag insisted he was past the situation with Ronaldo and his refusal to mention the Portuguese in his program notes only underscores that the Dutchman has moved on.

“He’s gone and that’s in the past,” Ten Hag said on December 7.

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