Ronaldo should be given a chance to impress this season

Ronaldo should be given a chance to impress this season

Ronaldo cites ‘heat of moment’ after left off Manchester United squad

The former AC Milan star is set to leave the Manchester United team for the first time since being banned by the club for one match for kicking his manager, Jose Mourinho during a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford back in August 2014

The Brazilian’s form has been poor this season, and former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has said that Ronaldo, 23, should be given a chance to impress this season.

“I have been very impressed with him and I think he is a fantastic player. I am happy he is going to have this opportunity – a chance to prove himself,” said Guardiola.

Guardiola is currently managing the Argentine while United are in the Champions League stage of the competition.

“The heat of the moment is the most important factor – he has been very inconsistent this season,” Guardiola said, according to the Guardian. “I think after this year we will see more of him playing like he did in 2014, when he helped his team.

“I hope he manages the right season, because in football you have to play the right way and for him it is the best way, because he has a great personality, is very humble, does not like too many people.

“I am not worried about him losing his place or not playing well, because these things can happen to all players, and at the moment he has already played many games, he is a very good player.”

Arsenal, who are currently top of the Premier League, will also be keen to add to their Premier League title challenge this season, so the news will be welcomed by the fans who have been disappointed by the club this season.

Former Chelsea and Arsenal defender Ray Wilkins said that he is “happy” Chelsea are looking to take on Newcastle on Saturday, but he had some concerns about the atmosphere of the game.

“I am glad that Chelsea are taking on Newcastle tomorrow but I think it wouldn’t be a great atmosphere. We’ve seen in the Premier League how bad the atmosphere can be at this time,” he said.

“I think in the top four every team comes out on top [of a game] and every team is on top of itself. In particular,

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