SHE HAS NOT FORGIVED: Cristiano Ronaldo ignored Gary Neville in full live on Sky Sports

Cristiano Ronaldo and Gary Neville shared glorious moments at Manchester United over 6 seasons. Their relationship was positive and fluid…until a few days ago.

And that’s it, judging by what happened on the broadcast this Sunday Sky SportsBeetle found out what the former winger Los Red Devils he recently stated (that the current United is a better team without Cris).

“They are better off without him, they score more goals without him and score more points without him. That’s a fact. He is nearing the end of his career at Manchester United. Manchester United is a better team without him. You have to get used to it or leave.”was part of what Neville said in a heated argument with Roy Keane.

In August he ignored Jamie Carragher (who is not a big fan of the Portuguese monster), now he has done the same with Gary Neville.

In full live coverage, professional football’s all-time leading goalscorer moved closer to joining the ranks of Louis Saha, Jamie Redknapp and Gary Neville. Cris had no problem greeting Saha and Redknapp, but moved away to avoid contact with Neville.

Gary, who was greeted by Carragher’s ignoring and even scoffed at Liverpool talk, took Cris’s gesture with humour. His reaction was to say: “WE’RE OUT OF CHRISTMAS CARDS.”


And yes, Carragher was making fun of Neville.

“Welcome to the Ronaldo ignored club, Neville.”

Cris may not respond in interviews or messages on his social networks, but he is very aware of the media. He usually doesn’t miss anything. And the proof of what we were talking about are these gestures. If you say something against him, and he thinks it has no arguments or support, he will not forgive you. It doesn’t matter if you won the Premier League and UEFA Champions League titles with him.

Data without defeat. Cristiano Ronaldo and Gary Neville have won 10 collective titles together at Manchester United.

Did you know…? Cristiano Ronaldo scored 15 goals in 2022. It’s his lowest scoring year since 2004. He is fighting to try his best for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

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