Ronaldo’s Manchester United Comments Come Back to Haunt Club
Cristiano Ronaldo’s past comments about the poor facilities at Manchester United have been seemingly validated by recent footage believed to be from the club’s toilets at Old Trafford. The video, which was shared by a football fan on social media, showed flooded urinals and sparked outrage due to the unsanitary conditions.
The incident reportedly took place on March 12th, during Manchester United’s goalless draw against Southampton, in which they were reduced to 10 men after Casemiro’s red card in the 34th minute.
This result left them 16 points behind league leaders Arsenal, and just before the match, the fan’s video painted a disgusting picture of the state of the urinals at the club’s home ground.
Just arrived at Old Trafford and not for the first time the toilets are over flooded with an inch of urine al over the floor. Disgusting to see. This is what the Glazers don’t want you to see. It’s that bad and has happened so many times I had to video it👇🏽
please share. pic.twitter.com/50h4g4fTCh
— Mancunian Red (@ste_conlon) March 12, 2023
“Just arrived at Old Trafford and not for the first time the toilets are over flooded with an inch of urine al over the floor. Disgusting to see. This is what the Glazers don’t want you to see. It’s that bad and has happened so many times I had to video it.”
The video of the unsanitary conditions at Old Trafford has reignited discussions about Cristiano Ronaldo’s criticisms of Manchester United’s facilities during his return to the club in 2021.
In a highly-publicized interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo spoke out against several aspects of the club, such as the manager and the gym facilities, which garnered significant attention.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s previous remarks about Manchester United’s facilities reportedly played a role in the termination of his contract.
The recent video of the unsanitary conditions at Old Trafford has surfaced amid mounting pressure from a significant portion of the club’s supporters calling for the departure of the Glazer family.
Speculation has arisen about a potential Qatari takeover, with talks reportedly set to take place as early as this summer.