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Cristiano Ronaldo’ Sisters Warn the Coach of Juventus: ‘Our Brother is in Perfect Condition & there was no Reason for him Not to Play’

Elma and Katia Aveiro, the sisters of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo sent a warning message to Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri.

Indeed, a few days ago, the latter actually decided to replace Cristiano by the Argentinian Paulo Dybala, in the 55th minute of the match between the Turinese and AC Milan, a match that the Old Lady will win 1 goal to 0 thanks to … Dybala.

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Therefore, the Portuguese star did not appreciate being forced out so early of the match. Result, the latter went directly home, not waiting for the final whistle. 

What created a controversy and the sisters of the center forward decided to send a clear message to the coach. Katia Aveiro invited Mr. Sarri to “not look for him” while Elma said that his brother was in perfect condition and there was no reason for him not to play.

An exit that comes as Sarri justified his decision to leave Ronaldo, believing that he had had some glitches in recent weeks. According to him, a problem in the knee bothered for some time already. 

In an article published by Foot Mercato on Sunday, Cristiano put an end to this controversy by confirming the version of the Juventus coach. “Nobody likes to be replaced, but I understand because I was not good, not one hundred percent (…) but I always try to play. Sometimes I do not give more because I can not, but they embarked on a controversy that should not exist. The club knew that I was limited. But the most important thing is that we have won, that Juventus is in first place and that I will be in top form as soon as possible. “

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