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Cristiano Ronaldo Might Be At Fault For Man United’s Bad Season (See Why)

World heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, believes Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has overshowed players at the club.

After joining from Juventus, Ronaldo enjoyed a decent goal scoring return despite a very poor season for the Red Devils.

The 37-year old finished with an impressive 24 goals from 38 games in all competitions.

However, Boxer Tyson Fury said that Ronaldo’s presence has affected the performances of the other stars at the club.

“It’s good news Ronaldo is staying on, but here’s a theory: when they didn’t have him the season before last, they finished second in the Premier League, then we had Ronaldo, and we finished sixth,” Fury told The Mirror.

“People will say, ‘Well, if we had not had him scoring 20 goals, we would have finished a lot lower last season’, but we didn’t the season before, and we finished a lot higher.”

He added:

“When you have a superstar like Ronaldo, everybody relies on him to score goals, and if he was not there, they would be scoring the goals themselves like they did the season before last.

“I’m not saying he’s a bad asset, he’s a great asset, but sometimes with a star player, he carries the team, and the young people are overshadowed by it, or they don’t get their chance to shine because ‘the great Ronaldo’ is on the pitch.”

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