Cristiano Ronaldo's Al-Nassr Manager Rudi Garcia Sacked for poor relationship


Rudi Garcia, 59, the manager of Al-Nassr, has been fired as a result of his alleged terrible relationship with captain Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Frenchman was reportedly fired less than a year after taking over as manager of the Saudi Arabian club. According to Spanish news outlet Marca, the abrupt decision is the result of the team's issues on the pitch.

Garcia's increasingly strained relationship with players, particularly January arrival and ex-Manchester United star Ronaldo, was the straw that broke the camel's back, prompting club executives to fire him.

Before Ronaldo left Old Trafford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was fired as United manager during the Portuguese's brief return to Manchester.

Meanwhile, Garcia is said to have lost the dressing room after launching a verbal rant against his players.

The coach was dissatisfied with the performance of his players and supposedly berated the club's stars in the dressing room at full-time. He will now leave his role in the Middle East according to Spanish outlet Marca.

Criticising Al-Nassr players after that performance, Garcia said, "I don't feel satisfied with their performance. I asked them to play at the same level as the last game, but this didn't happen."

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