‘Rio comments on things he doesn’t know!’ – Solskjaer hits back at Ferdinand over Ronaldo jibe

Two former teammates traded words on the placement of Portugal stars on the touchline during the Champions League match in young boys
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer drove speculation Rio Ferdinand that Cristiano Ronaldo runs a team from the interruption during Tuesday’s defeat to the children.

The purpose of Ronaldo in young boys was not enough at the opening Champions League United, because the 10-man Reds dropped to a surprising defeat in Switzerland.

The striker was pulled during the second half but retaining the presence of vocal in the touchline, became Ferdinand’s attention.

What is said?
“If I’m a manager, I have to be honest, I told him to sit,” said former American defender and England Ferdinand told BT Sport during broadcast.

“I understand. You know, with Cristiano people leave, ‘Oh it’s Bravado, this is for fans’. He’s just a passionate man. He wants to win, he is desperate to win, and he can’t help him.

“If that means he has to go there and stand next to the manager, shout instructions etc., so it’s fine. When someone stands up and stature in the game, how can you argue with him?”

However, Solskjaer insisted that the interpretation of ferdinand events was misguided.

“Rio, once again, sometimes he commented on things he didn’t really know,” he said about his former teammate at Old Trafford.

“It should be a yellow card for Martins Pereira when he dropped Nemanja Matic. Both Bruno [Fernandes] and Cristiano, if they, suddenly I have it on my shoulder.

“They were there for a brief spell and shouted at the referee. It was angrowth to get some bad decisions towards us. But then Cristiano sat down, Bruno sat down. We only knew one person was allowed in the technical area and it was my good or Carras [Michael Carrick], Mick [Phelan] or Kieran [McKenna].

“It just spurred at the time, he should have been expelled, so I have no problem with them showing passion and then returning to the bottom. It’s not [Ronaldo] train the players, no.”

The next outting is united
The Reds had the opportunity to redeem the midweek in the Premier League match on the week to go to West Ham.

The victory will restore their part of Tin with Liverpool, who moved three points from Manchester United and City with a comfortable defeat of Crystal Palace on Saturday.

The next European test of Solskjaer, meanwhile, was set for September 29, when Villarreal visited Old Trafford.

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