What Former Man United Coach Said About Ronaldo In Comparison To Messi
By Victorssite | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 4 views
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the best players on earth, he have played in different leagues under different managers, sir alex ferguson is one the coach that ronaldo played under him at manchester united
The former manchester united coach have made good comments on the player, in comparison to messi who is also one of the greatest players on earth now, the player have played in the premier league, laliga and currently in the italian serie a side
Sir alex said, "if ronaldo had started his career in the laliga, he would have Messi's number twice"
The player have scored many goals, and he is close to breaking the record for most goals in football history, his bitter rival messi have played for barcelona his whole career that is why the former manchester united coach was saying, if he have started his career at real madrid he will have Messi's number twice
According to this statement, he might be meaning messi is one of the greatest if not the greatest.
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