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3 Things Ole Should Do Concerning Ronaldo, If He Wishes To Defeat Chelsea In The EPL Title Race

It is almost seeming like a regret as to why Manchester United signed Cristiano Ronaldo, because there hasn't been much of an improvement since Ronaldo joined the club. There hasn't been any improvement such that United is currently 6th on the table, with 8 points below Chelsea who sits top of the table. If Ole really wishes to defeat Chelsea in this title race, here are 3 things he should do concerning Cristiano Ronaldo.1) Ole should limit the number of matches Cristiano plays: This is a very important factor, because considering Ronaldo's old age, he isn't supposed to play every United's match. Asides his age, his influence to the team has sometimes been to a disadvantage, as the whole team tends to depend on him whenever he's in the pitch.

This has sometimes cost them some important matches. For this reason, it's only ideal that the matches Ronaldo participates in become limited, so the team can learn to at least play without a world best, and play effectively and efficiently. This is the first thing Ole should do concerning Ronaldo.

2) Ole should also always consider benching Ronaldo: From what I've noticed, Ronaldo performs more when he comes off the bench, when the match is almost ending, or when the match is not going in United's favour. I believe it's a general observation. Judging by this, it's appropriate that Ronaldo stays on the bench, until it's ideal for him to enter the pitch as a substitute.

3) Ole should always remind Ronaldo that his position as the team's first choice striker is always on the line: It's seeming as though no one could challenge Ronaldo's position as the team's striker, even though there are worthy contenders like Cavani, Rashford, Martial, Lingard, De Beek, etc. Ole should always remind Ronaldo that his position could be taken from him, so he would always put in more better efforts.Please leave your own suggestions below.

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