Photo Credit: Metro.CO.UK Players spend their time in preparation for the World Cup which includes training, travelling and playing with their teammates to improve teamwork and coordination, but if they’re will be wearing the shirt of the opponent at the tournament, there will be a chances of broken ties and friends might turn into enemies. […]Continue Reading
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Cristiano Ronaldo will surely be ready to play for Portugal once the FIFA World Cup 2018 kicks off in Russia and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has shared his thoughts about his country’s chances of winning the competition.
According to Mourinho, he firmly believes that his nation can stand a chance of lifting the trophy as long as the Real Madrid superstar is with the team.