Cristiano Ronaldo has taken aim at former Manchester United teammate Gary Neville as comments from his TalkTV interview continue to emerge.
Ronaldo and Neville played together at Man Utd for six years. However, Neville has become a critic of Ronaldo since his return to Old Trafford last season.
The Portugal star stressed that he and Neville are 'not friends,' but what he sees as constant criticism of him is 'disappointing.'
"People can have their own opinion, but they don't really know what’s going on, for example, inside the training ground, or even my life.
"They should listen to not only one point of view, they have to listen to my point of view as well.
"It's easy to criticise but if you don't know the whole story...
Ronaldo recently blanked Neville on the side of the pitch ahead of a live Sky Sports broadcast, which always suggested that whatever relationship they once had has broken down.
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He says he is sympathetic to the demands Neville's role on TV, but he has accused his former Man Utd teammate, and many of his colleagues, of 'taking advantage' of his name to further their own careers.
"They have a job in television where they must criticise to be more famous," Ronaldo said. "I really don't understand.
"I think they take advantage [of my name] because they are not stupid. But it's hard when you see people who were in the dressing room with you criticise in that way.
"I'm not going to sleep badly because of the criticism, but it's not good to listen to."