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Ronaldo Turned To A ‘ScapeGoat’ In Juventus – Angry Evra Speaks Out

Cristiano Ronaldo was made a “scapegoat” for Juventus’ shortcomings during his tenure at the club, according to former Manchester United team-mate Patrice Evra.

The Portuguese star has returned to Old Trafford more than a decade after he wrote the first part of his legend in the Premier League, following three successful years in Turin with two Scudetto crowns.

Yet despite two Serie A Footballer of the Year titles during his time in Italy, Ronaldo found himself cast as the villain in his final term – a role Evra says was “ridiculous” for the striker.

“Cristiano needs love and respect,” Evra told La Repubblica. “Instead, at Juve, he was becoming the scapegoat.

“The criticisms in Italy have been ridiculous and a bit hypocritical. [It was a] mistake when [Massimiliano] Allegri said: ‘Cristiano will not play all the games’. There is no need to say things in public. In any case, Cristiano’s only true love is Manchester United.”

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