Football News: Manchester United fans Angry As Ronaldo Reveals Shocking Club He Supported As A Boy
Football sensation Cristiano Ronaldo returning to Manchester United will surely go down as one of the most emotional returns in football’s history.
The Theater of dreams made the dream of the Portuguese captain a reality. He joined Manchester United in 2003 before leaving for Real Madrid in 2009.
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He has now revealed which club he supported while growing up. In his words:
“When I was very young, I supported Benfica but, as soon as I moved to Sporting, they were my team,” Ronaldo told United Review back in 2004. Information Guides Nigeria
“I spent seven years there and I’m grateful to the club for everything they did for me, so that’s who I support.”
It will be interesting to see how his second missionary journey with Manchester united will pan out. JAMB Result
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