Ronaldo, Mourinho, Real Madrid,

By Mark Finlay

The Real Madrid striker is refusing to talk about his former boss Jose Mourinho, but is singing songs of praise for new coach Carlo Ancelotti.

CR7 has refused to make any comments about the new Chelsea boss saying his Portuguese compatriot is not worth the effort.

Mourinho seemed to be fishing for a reaction when he suggested that Cristiano was not the real Ronaldo referring to the Brazilian that Mourinho had worked with earlier in his career.

Despite Jose Mourinho saying that his quotes were blown out of proportion by the press, the real Madrid striker is still refusing to talk about his former manager.


Ronaldo, Mourinho, Real Madrid,


“I will not mention the name of that person [Mourinho],” he said to reporters following Portugal’s 1-1 draw with Netherlands, in which he scored a late equaliser. “He’s not worth it.”

Ronaldo did, however, have some nice words for Real Madrid’s current manager saying:

“Ancelotti is a great coach, a great man and I am very happy to work with him,” he added.

“We will try to win La Liga and the Champions League. It is difficult but this team is good, we have a great coach and we will try to make it happen.”

Real Madrid start the 2013 -2014 season on Sunday when they take on Real Betis.