Former coach of Manchester United revealed the curious approach of Ferguson towards Ronaldo
The former assistant coach of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United revealed the interesting approach of the legendary Scottish expert towards the Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. According to the former coach of the goalkeepers at Old Trafford Tony Coton, Ferguson deliberately encouraged his assistants to pretend that they do not notice when the teammates kicked Cristiano during the training of the Red Devils. In that way, Ferguson wanted to make Ronaldo a tougher player and keep him out of a bad habit to often throw himself on the grass too easily. Cristiano Ronaldo, who had taken his first steps in the big football at Sporting (Lisbon), then he played at Manchester United from 2003 to the 2009 year when he was sold to Real Madrid.
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