RAFAEL AND FABIO BACK AT UNITED? RONALDO PHONE CALL EXPOSED
In the latest UTD Podcast episode, which is out now, Rafael and Fabio da Silva spill the beans on a phone call with Cristiano Ronaldo that convinced them to join the club.
“He called my phone, and I’ll never forget that,” Rafael told UTD Podcast hosts Helen Evans, Sam Homewood, and David May.
“He just said: ‘It’s raining here, it’s raining here in Manchester, like you know.’ He said: ‘I call to say to you guys: sign for Manchester United. I know you are going to like it,’ et cetera.
“When my brother came back from his first time, from 20 days [of] training with Man United, he was so excited,” he smiled. “He actually got bigger. I didn’t go the first time he went, because I was with the Under-15s in Brazil, and he went on his own.
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“I remember reading that!” laughed Rafael. “It was fun because we are really like this, you know? We like to run everywhere and sometimes do crazy tackles.
“So it was funny to see [that]. I understood after, when my English was better, because I could not understand what it meant.”
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