Cristiano Ronaldo banned in Saudi Arabia

According to Mail Online, Cristiano Ronaldo will not be allowed to play for his Saudi Arabian team tomorrow night.

All 28,000 seats for the match against Al Ta’ee have been sold, and his new club Al Nassr, which is supposedly paying him £175 million a year, was expected to welcome him to the Arabian Peninsula with great fanfare.

The self-described “unique” athlete, who abruptly departed Manchester United, is currently awaiting punishment for a misdemeanor and has been informed that he is not permitted to play for Al Nassr, a source said.

After United lost a game at Goodison Park in April of last year, he broke a fan of Everton’s phone out of his hand, and was found guilty of improper and aggressive behavior.

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As he went down the tunnel, he slapped Jacob Harding’s hand, breaking the boy’s phone.

Ronaldo, according to his mother Sarah Kelly, also damaged her son’s hand.

Last month, when the investigation was still ongoing, it was believed that Ronaldo would accept the FA’s charge of illegal behavior but was adamant about fighting the possibility of a ban.

Ronaldo was found guilty by the Independent FA panel, which was led by Christopher Quinlan KC, of “a premeditated and violent slap down” that was “a petulant act.”

Ronaldo testified before the hearing through an electronic filing that the Everton game’s atmosphere had been “feverish” and unfriendly.

Late in the game, he claimed, he was hurt by a hard tackle but managed to stay on the field. He claimed that the United players exited the field via a walkway rather than the usual players’ tunnel.

Ronaldo said that Everton fans heckled him and other United players as they were leaving the field because of the hostile atmosphere in the stadium.

The striker claimed that while he was moving along the sidewalk, he noticed an arm quite low in front of him pointing in the direction of his hurt leg.

He claimed he could not tell whose arm it was but could tell it was “carrying an object,” but he was unsure of what.

Source: Dailymail

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