Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hit back at his former team-mate Rio Ferdinand. He was who criticized Cristiano Ronaldo for taking orders on the sidelines.
The Portugal international came to the sidelines for the final half of the team’s 2-1 Champions League defeat to Young Boys Burn in midweek. By Ferdinand Criticized that if you were a manager, you’d say sit down.
Solskjaer, who was asked about the matter, told the media: “Rio, you know, sometimes he makes comments about things he doesn’t really know.”
“It should have been a yellow card for the opponent when he knocked Nemanja down. Bruno and Cristiano all of a sudden they came behind me.”
“They were there for a while and shouted to the referee. It’s infuriating to have two or three bad decisions against us.”
“But then Cristiano sat down and Bruno sat down. We knew only one person was allowed to enter the technical area and that was me or Michael Carrick or Mike Phelan or Kieran McKenna”
“It’s just an unprepared incident against a player who should be fired. So I had no problem with them showing their emotions and then getting back to their seats. It’s not like he’s teaching players, not at all.