foreign footballIn the run-up to the annual Ballon d’Or gala, tonight in Paris, Cristiano Ronaldo criticized Pascal Ferret, editor-in-chief of the organization France Football. According to the five-time award winner, the Frenchman spread lies about him.
“He used my name to promote himself and the magazine he works for. The Portuguese star told Manchester United indignantly on Instagram: ‘Absolute contempt for those who have always respected French football and the Ballon d’Or.”
Ferry recently told the New York Times that Ronaldo has only one ambition and that is to say goodbye to the Ballon d’Or more than Lionel Messi. “I should know because he told me so,” the editor-in-chief revealed. The Argentine star won the title seven times.
“It is unacceptable that the person responsible for awarding such a prestigious award could lie in this way,” Ronaldo quipped. “And today he lied again. According to him, I am not at the party because of the alleged quarantine, but this is not based on anything.”
Then the 36-year-old Ronaldo explains what really drives him. “The biggest ambition in my career is to win national and international titles for the clubs I represent and for my country. The greatest ambition in my career is to be a good example for everyone who is a professional football player or wants to become one. The biggest ambition in my career is to write my name in golden letters in The history of world football.
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