Bruno Fernandes Reveals A Disturbing Secret About Erik Ten Hag Regarding Ronaldo
Bruno Fernandes Reveals: The latest claims were swiftly dealt with by Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag, and Bruno Fernandes acknowledged that his countryman Cristiano Ronaldo was singled out for criticism.
Bruno Fernandes has acknowledged that Erik ten Hag kept his promise by attacking players like Cristiano Ronaldo.
At the conclusion of Manchester United’s worst Premier League campaign ever, the Dutchman was named manager. He moved swiftly to change the squad’s culture, which was characterised by poor body language and negative training ground leaks.
Ten Hag soon demonstrated that things would be different under his leadership in contrast to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s arm-around-the-shoulder approach. During a summer tour of Asia and Australia, Ten Hag imposed his own principles, and the players rapidly learned what would and wouldn’t work.
When the team returned to Manchester after missing that summer trip, Ronaldo would agitate for a transfer. After making it known that he intended to leave, the Portuguese striker initiated crisis discussions with Ten Hag just a few weeks into his position.
He would eventually stay at Carrington to begin the season, but rapidly shifted to the position of “supersub” rather than a certain starter. Throughout the first half of the season, the tense relationship displayed a number of cracks, including a significant instance where he refused to enter as a substitute.
Prior to the commencement of the World Cup, Ronaldo’s departure from Old Trafford was finally made official thanks to an explosive Piers Morgan interview. The veteran claimed that Ten Hag disrespected him and pushed him towards the exit door during their conversation.
And Fernandes said that Ronaldo, along with players like Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford, were setting an example for the rest of the team that indiscipline would not be accepted, regardless of rank, in an interview with Rio Ferdinand for BT Sport.
He makes demands of people. He makes demands, and you have to comply with them or go, according to Fernandes. “At first, everyone questioned whether he would act in that way if a major player refused to comply. Will he or won’t he tear him apart?
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“And then he repeated it numerous times, with Ronaldo, Jadon, and Marcus as well.”
Given that Ronaldo is no longer a member of the team and Harry Maguire is unable to secure a starting position, Fernandes is the United captain most frequently. Despite the fact that many people think his projected pessimism on the field hurts his team-mates, he embraces the position.
“Sometimes when I shout, it seems like I’m criticising my teammates from the outside, but it’s actually the opposite,” he continued. It’s how I do things, including how I use my arms. Sometimes I do it in a positive way, but when you see me wave my arms, you might not realise it.
“When I believe they acted improperly and could have chosen a better course of action but chose not to do so because they wanted to complete their task or achieve their goal… Because we must act in the best interests of the team, I will yell at them.
“At the same time, if I see someone low on confidence and they miss a pass, miss a shot, miss an opportunity I will shout at them in an encouragement way.”