RONALDO OBSESSION ‘NOT’ ENOUGH FOR UNITED The obsession of Cristiano Ronaldo to get results might not be enough for Manchester United in the Premier League title. This is according to Louis Saha. Frenchman Saharecently talked about Manchester United and their title challenge in the Premier League on BBC Radio 5 Live. Louis Saha shared the dressing room with Ronaldo at Manchester United and he knows about his quest for perfection. Louis Saha is adamant that his goals doesn’t mean that the Red Devils will win the Premier League title.


Louis Saha has revealed when he knew that ex-Manchester United teammate Cristiano Ronaldo had an extraterrestrial ability. Louis Saha talked about Juventus talisman Ronaldo in a recent chat with TalkSports as he pointed out that he knew Ronaldo had a unique talent as far back as 2008 when the Portuguese international skipper scored a sensational goal against Italian capital club AS Roma in the Champions League and Louis Saha was on hand to witness the moment of brilliance. Louis Saha and Cristiano Ronaldo played 94 games together and they combined for eight goals. Ronaldo signed for Spanish La Liga champions


Ex-Manchester United striker Louis Saha has revealed the punishing training regime that Cristiano Ronaldo undertakes after every training session at the club. Louis Saha and Cristiano Ronaldo were teammates at Manchester United for some years. Louis Saha and Cristiano Ronaldo were together at Manchester United for five years between 2003 and 2008. In those years, Ronaldo left a big impression on Louis Saha. According to the Frenchman, no one could match the intensity of Cristiano Ronaldo amongst the players he played alongside at both club and country level. Louis Saha featured for Manchester United alongside club legends like Ryan Giggs,


Former Manchester United attacker Louis Saha has revealed that he once decided to follow the same training pattern his former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo was working with when the pair were at Manchester United. The former Red Devils striker said after every training session back then, Ronaldo would still stay behind to have some personal training sessions of his own and would end up being the last player to leave the training ground after everyone else departed.

Louis Saha praises the qualities of Cristiano Ronaldo

Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has hailed the qualities of Cristiano Ronaldo, who has maintained his performance levels despite his trailing age. The Portugal international has already surpassed the age of 33 but this has not hampered his progress on the playing field with Real Madrid. Speaking to, Saha has been impressed with the super natural abilities of former United teammate and believes the Portuguese has the motivation to continue playing for many more years to come, he said: “It is just not human what he is doing. The stats are something but just the intensity that he