Ruud van Nistelrooy & # 39; made Cristiano Ronaldo cry after his father died & # 39; reveals old teammate Louis Saha as he lifts the cover of the training line at Manchester United
- Louis Saha shed some light on a fight between his former colleagues
- Raheem Sterling's confusion with Joe Gomez has made headlines this week
- Roy Keane also revealed this week that he had a disagreement with Peter Schmeichel
Louis Saha revealed that his former Manchester United team-mate Ruud van Nistelrooy and Cristiano Ronaldo were involved in a fight on the training ground.
Saha played side by side with Dutchman Van Nistelrooy for two years at Old Trafford while lining up with the Juventus Ronaldo star for four seasons between 2004 and 2008.
In a week when Raheem Sterling's fight with Joe Gomez at England's training base dominated the headlines, Saha shed some light on a fight between his former colleagues.
Ruud van Nistelrooy (R) and Cristiano Ronaldo got into a fight, according to Louis Saha
& # 39 did Ruud make Ronaldo cry? Yes, there were stories because I think they ended up in an argument the moment Cristiano's father passed away, so it wasn't the right time, ”he said. Four four two.
"Things like that happen when two players have a lot of spirit, but I'm sure Ruud regrets some of his words."
Saha admitted he did well with Van Nistelrooy, but admitted that the former Dutch striker was not in agreement with former United coach Alex Ferguson.
& # 39; He was always very nice to me; He may have had a problem with the manager's choice, but never with me. He was obsessed with goals, and I respect that, ”Saha added.
“I know some people said maybe I pushed him away from the club, but that's totally bullshit. He was such a good player – he just had a problem with the coach – and I might have been good enough to replace him, but I could have played with him too. & # 39;
Former United United striker Saha resolved a fight between his former colleagues
Former United Roy midfielder Roy Keane revealed this week that he had a disagreement with Peter Schmeichel during his time at Red Devils.
“I had a fight with Peter Schmeichel at the hotel, it was in the lobby, and to be fair, it was four in the morning, there weren't many people around. And we were pulled by the manager, he said we are both a disgrace & # 39; said Keane ITV Sport.
To be fair to Peter, he apologized, but we moved on. It never affected us as teammates or wanting the same thing. When I hear about the PR side, where players need to apologize to the group, I don't understand this whole side.
"When the boys get damaged, they look good later, you need to clear the air." There is tension involved and the players care.
Former United midfielder Roy Keane revealed this week that he had a disagreement with Peter Schmeichel
England coach Gareth Southgate left Sterling for England's Euro 2020 qualifying match against Montenegro on Thursday following their disagreement with Gomez on Monday.
Sterling saw his Three Lions team-mates secure Euro 2020 qualification with a 7-0 win at Wembley in the stands.
He also heard some English fans booing Liverpool defender Gomez as he took the field as a substitute for the second half. Both manager Gareth Southgate and Sterling condemned Gomez's mockery.
Joe Gomez appeared in England's 7-0 win on Thursday after crashing with Raheem Sterling