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Cristiano Ronaldo is Attacked by Former Winner


Fahd Al-Harifi, a former player for Saudi club Al-Nasr, has attacked Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, in addition to calling Musli Al-Muammar, the club’s president, a “secretary”.

Al-Kharifi’s scathing remarks came amid Asfar Riyadh’s loss to Al Ittihad two days ago with a no-answer goal to knock the brigadier general off the top of the league table and separate him by one point.

Al-Alami was defeated by Al-Ittihad in the 20th round of the tournament Saudi League Roshan For professionals when launching several critical campaigns against players and club management.

Former winner attacks Cristiano Ronaldo!

Cristiano Ronaldo

And during one of the broadcasts on the Twitter blog, Fahd Al-Harifi said: “I swear to God, I did not want Cristiano to come to the team in the presence of Talisca.”

And he continued: “Because I know they are 2 on 1 and the coming days will prove that if every player says (give me a goal ball), it’s a disaster.

Cristiano Ronaldo

And he continued: “But here I’m talking about the player inside the stadium, the player who receives the ball and plays with his heels outside the field! You say that he played bridge against Tariq Hamed; Al-Ittihad player, great, but what about heels, which he played off the field?

And he continued: “Ronaldo can no longer dribble or rely on himself. He wants a goal pass, speed and privacy. Until now, he has not played a good head and has not received a characteristic cross.”


He added: “Do you understand who plans the team? Do you think it’s entertainment or something? All club presidents are just secretaries. Winning is sorely missed.”

And he finished: “I am ashamed to say that he will be crowned with the title, because I know that he is bad in front of direct competitors. If I were one of the team’s managers, I would not have signed Cristiano, I would have been looking for Messi or any other player” .


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