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Jamie Carragher rubbishes Cristiano Ronaldo’s claims and insists 99% of fans will back Erik ten Hag

Jamie Carragher rubbishes Cristiano Ronaldo’s claims and insists 99% of fans will back Erik ten Hag

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has jumped to the defence of Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag because the fallout from Cristiano Ronaldo‘s bombshell interview continues.

Ronaldo has shockingly revealed that he ‘doesn’t respect’ present United boss Ten Hag because the membership’s quantity seven turned his again on teammates and training employees on the membership.

The Portuguese famous person is sad with how he has been handled by the Dutchman along with his omission from Sunday’s matchday squad that travelled to Fulham showing to be the ultimate straw.

Cristiano Ronaldo has sat down for an explosive interview with Piers Morgan

Cristiano Ronaldo has sat down for an explosive interview with Piers Morgan

Cristiano Ronaldo has sat down for an explosive interview with Piers Morgan

Ex-Liverpool defender Carragher has been vocal about Ronaldo’s place at United this season and has responded to the 37-year-old troublemaker’s newest feedback with furore.

Ronaldo (left) has revealed he 'doesn't respect' United boss Ten Hag (right)

Ronaldo (left) has revealed he ‘doesn’t respect’ United boss Ten Hag (proper)

Taking to Twitter, Carragher slammed Ronaldo for getting all of it fallacious along with his current interview as he insisted that ‘99%’ of Man United supporters will again Ten Hag over the winger.

‘Ronaldo “I don’t respect the supervisor” Ronaldo below ETH: Introduced he needed to depart, refused to come back on as an alternative, walked off the bench and left earlier than the sport had completed. 

‘99% of United followers might be on the aspect of ETH, which exhibits how badly Ronaldo has dealt with this.

He adopted up his unique publish with one other message, quipping that former United teammates Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, and Roy Keane would be the ‘1%’ that again the out-of-form star.

The trio of ex-players have been vocal when talking within the media about their assist for Ronaldo and the best way he has been handled by Ten Hag and his employees this season.

Jamie Carragher took to Twitter to voice his support for Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag

Jamie Carragher took to Twitter to voice his assist for Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag

Carragher claimed Rio Ferdinand, Roy Keane, and Patrice Evra will still support Ronaldo

Carragher claimed Rio Ferdinand, Roy Keane, and Patrice Evra will nonetheless assist Ronaldo

During the interview, he claimed he felt 'betrayed' by Manchester United since his return

Ronaldo also admitted he has no respect for current United boss Erik Ten Hag

In the course of the interview, he claimed he felt ‘betrayed’ by Manchester United since his return and that he had no respect for present Crimson Devils boss Erik ten Hag (proper)

‘The 1% might be Rio [Ferdinand], Roy [Keane] and Patrice [Evra]….’ added Carragher.

Ronaldo’s startling revelations into the Man United dressing room come off the again of the membership’s last-gasp winner towards Fulham at Craven Cottage on Sunday.

The former Liverpool defender has been vocal in his criticism of Ronaldo's actions this season

The previous Liverpool defender has been vocal in his criticism of Ronaldo’s actions this season

The five-time Champions League winner was absent from the journey after Ten Hag determined to relaxation his striker forward of the ultimate match earlier than the World Cup will get underway in Qatar on November 20.

A brief snippet of Ronaldo’s interview with Piers Morgan noticed the worldwide footballing icon admit he ‘feels betrayed’ by the membership following his sensational return to Outdated Trafford at first of final season.

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