English Football Association Banned Cristiano Ronaldo from making debut for Al-Nassr


 Just In: While ruining the dreams of Saudi Arabian Football Fans, the English Football Association has banned Cristiano Ronaldo from making his debut for Al-Nassr tomorrow following his explosive remarks a month ago.

The five-time Ballon d’Or Winner, 37, has also become the highest-paid Football Athlete after signing a whopping $305 million-a-year contract with the Saudi Pro Club. Rolando arrived on Monday in Saudi Arabia, where hundreds of adoring fans welcomed him.

The former striker at Europe’s top-flight club Manchester United was released last month after his shocking interview with Piers Morgan, and later, he signed a deal for Saudi Pro League Club, Al-Nessr.

The forward underwent his Medical on Tuesday before his official launching at Al-Nassr’s home stadium. He later joined his new clubmates for his first training session. The Portuguese Icon is scheduled for a big debut on Friday Morning against Al Ta’ee club.

However, the officials informed him that he was suspended due to the punishment given by the FA for slamming an Everton supporter’s phone out of his hand. Following the incident at Goodison Park in April, the FA banned Ronaldo for two games and fined in November.

Even though Ronaldo apologized for his action through Social Media and invited the affected support as a guest for a game at Old Trafford, as a sign of sportsmanship and fair play, the 14-year-old Jake with autism refused his offer and apology.

Ronaldo hasn’t served his suspension due to the break of the FIFA World Cup, and right after that, he exited United and joined his new club, but he carries the ban. Therefore, the talisman will not play in two matches for Al-Nassr, though he is available for them.