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Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro, has publicly shown her support for her son for the first time after the Manchester United superstar’s recent shocking interview with Piers Morgan.
Dolores has been very involved in her youngest son’s outstanding career, following him around the world as he managed to win individual and team titles in England, Spain and Italy.
The 67-year-old mother of four has been there by Ronaldo’s side at the biggest moments of his hugely impressive career that has seen the Man United troublemaker win numerous Premier League, La Liga and five Champions League titles, along with Five Ballon. d’OR Awards.
Cristiano Ronaldo (centre) has received huge public support from his homeland Portugal following his recent damning interview with Piers Morgan.
Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro, applauded a social media post saying her son should tell Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag to “fuck off”.
Ronaldo has stolen the spotlight for all the wrong reasons ahead of the World Cup in Qatar, as damaging revelations from his interview against current club Man United threw the 37-year-old’s Old Trafford career out the window. .
As previously revealed by Sportsmail, the 13-time Premier League champions have started making legal moves to sack the record-breaking Portuguese goalscorer.
Ronaldo’s mother broke her silence about the star’s criticism of United, the club’s owners, former teammates and manager Erik ten Hag, whom she said had “disrespected” her.
Ronaldo (right) said Ten Hag had disrespected him at Man United this season and admitted he has no respect for the Dutchman.
Ronaldo (left) left his interview before leaving for World Cup duties with Portugal.
Posting to her Instagram story to her 2.9 million followers, Dolores shared a post by Portuguese journalist and writer Luis Osorio, demonstrating her support for the damning post which said Ronaldo should tell Man United’s Dutch manager to stay.” see the fuck.”
Osorio’s Instagram post passionately supported Ronaldo’s decision to speak out against his club, with his update saying:
Ronaldo touched down in Qatar for his fifth World Cup with Portugal on Friday night.
“As for the Dutchman who has directed you these past few months, I just want to laugh,” Osorio wrote.
‘How can you compare what you are to a miserable footnote in football history!’
Man United boss Ten Hag was heavily criticized by Ronaldo in a recent explosive interview
‘As Alberto Joao Jardim says, tell him ‘go to hell’. I know you’ve already done this, but it’s worth reiterating.
Joao Jardim, the former chairman of Ronaldo’s birthplace of Madeira, recently insisted that the Man United number seven should give Ten Hag a reprimand.