Ronaldo’s attitude in practise, according to the winger for Al-Nassr, is described as “he gets angry if he loses.”According to Abdulrahman Ghareeb, Ronaldo has a “fiery attitude” whenever he suffers a defeat while at the gym.According to a report by Sportskeeda, the winger for the Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr, Abdulrahman Ghareeb, disclosed that the football player Cristiano Ronaldo has a “fiery attitude” whenever he loses while training.In January, the player, who is now 38 years old, signed a contract to play for the Saudi Pro League side for the next 2.5 years.
Soon after the Portuguese football player signed with Al-Nassr, he helped the Knights of Najd challenge for the title of Saudi Pro League champion by scoring 14 goals in 19 games.”The situation with Ronaldo’s life is quite critical. Even though he has won numerous European championships and individual crowns, it still makes him irritated if he comes in second place during training. ‘This is in addition to his early arrival at training before many others,’ Ghareeb added while speaking about Ronaldo’s demeanour while praising Ronaldo’s work ethic.
“Ronaldo is always there for me when I need him. He is a huge supporter of mine, and he is the primary reason I attend training with such a positive attitude. I workout with Cristiano Ronaldo; how could I possibly contain my excitement? Nonetheless, the team that the 38-year-old captains was eliminated from both the Saudi Super Cup and the King Cup of Champions. Additionally, it was defeated by Al-Ittihad by a margin of five points.The five-time winner of the Ballon d’Or has also made the decision to continue playing with Al Nassr in the upcoming season. He addressed the rumours that he was “unhappy” in the Gulf country. and that he was considering playing for Bayern Munich or Newcastle United.
He clarified the reports.”While I believe that the league is very good, I also believe that there are a great deal of opportunities for us to continue developing.” I believe this league to be of high quality because of how competitive it is. We have really good teams, and several of our Arab players are among the best in the world. Ronaldo is quoted as saying, “I think they need to improve the infrastructure a little bit more.”
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The officials and the video assistant referee system. My opinion is that they could stand to move a little bit more quickly. I believe there are some other minor aspects that could use some work, but overall I am pleased with this place, and I intend to stay here as long as possible.In the first round of the group stage of the Arab Club Champions Cup, which is set to take place on July 20th, Ronaldo will compete against Al-Shabab.