(Watch video) Jose Mourinho’s comments on coaching big players resurface amid Ten Hag saga with Ronaldo

The past week at Manchester United has been eventful. The 2022/23 season has been in jeopardy due to a scandal centered on Cristiano Ronaldo, Newspremises understands.

On Wednesday, the Portuguese attacker refused to enter the game against Tottenham Hotspur, which prompted manager Erik ten Hag to establish his dominance over the group by benching the star from the first squad.

At the beginning of the week, there was unrest at Old Trafford. According to ESPN, Ronaldo was substituted during their game against Newcastle United and was visibly upset by the choice.

Ronaldo refused to come on and then left the stadium completely before the game’s end on Thursday, when United put on perhaps their greatest performance of the season against Spurs.

Mourinho on coaching Ronaldo said:

In a video shared on TikTok which has since gone viral the former Manchester United manager disclosed a manager cannot teach big players like Ronaldo how to play football, according to Sportbible.

“If you are not able to coach the big players, you are not able to coach anyone. It is very important for a coach to understand you are not going to teach them how to play football.”

Mourinho has coached some legendary footballers, including Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Didier Drogba, and Samuel Eto’o. He’s also coached some volatile characters, such as Diego Costa.

“You are going to teach them how to play football on that team.”

Mourinho coached Ronaldo at Real Madrid from 2010 to 2013, forming a successful partnership. For instance, the two led Real Madrid to the 2012 La Liga title, winning it by 100 points in a record-breaking season, according to Bleacher Report.

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