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16/11/2012 - 12:59 BST

Cristiano Ronaldo Admits He Misses Manchester United Manager Sir Alex Ferguson


Friday, 16th November, 2012



Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted he misses Sir Alex Ferguson, with the Scot having been like a father figure to him.

Ronaldo played under Ferguson at Manchester United from 2003 until 2009 and blossomed into one of the finest players on the planet.



He left Old Trafford in a world-record transfer deal of £80M for Real Madrid in the summer of 2009, bringing the curtain down on a hugely successful time at Manchester United.

And despite loving life at Real Madrid and helping Los Blancos to win La Liga last season, Ronaldo has explained he does miss Ferguson.

"He’s a fantastic person. A human person. He taught me many things", Ronaldo told CNN World Sport.

"Like I said before, he’s like a father in football, because he taught me many things", he continued.

"I really miss him because I have a great relationship with him."

The Portuguese star did admit though that Ferguson can be very tough in his pursuit of glory, something Ronaldo feels is not good for his heart as he grows older.

Asked how tough he is, Ronaldo replied: "Very tough. I think sometimes he cannot be like that because, how old is he? 70? It’s not good for his heart.

"He’s still tough, strong, I remember him the first time I saw him he was with the same power."

It remains to be seen whether Ronaldo will one day work under Ferguson again, but the Portuguese forward clearly retains a special place in his heart for the legendary Manchester United manager.

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