ManUs assistant coach slams ‘unethical’ Real MadridMay 31st, 2008 - 4:38 pm ICT by admin
London, May 31 (ANI): Manchester United Assistant Coach Carlos Queiroz has launched another scathing attack on Real Madrid for their ruthless pursuit of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Slamming the Spanish club as unethical, the ex-Real boss also accused Real of trying to upset Portugals Euro 2008 preparations.
In his latest incredible interview, Queiroz said: Ronaldo is not going to leave. Its not difficult to keep Ronaldo. Manchester United can offer the best conditions. Where we cant compete is in lack of ethics because we have ethics and we dont abandon them.
The president of Madrid was a director when I was manager. I know what he was telling me and then saw what actually happened. I have the advantage of knowing them. I know the difference between the clubs, The Sun quoted him, as saying.
Queiroz left United to manage Madrid in 2003 but returned as No 2 a year later after getting the boot at the Bernabeu.
He said: The grass is always greener but I dont see how Ronaldo gets anything out of leaving for Real. He only signed a five-year deal last year and hes got 75,000 fans who adore him.
Queiroz insisted Ronaldo is already a better player than Portugal legend Eusebio. (ANI)