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Cristiano Ronaldo apology not good enough - Ancelotti

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Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti doesn’t feel like Sepp Blatter’s apology to Cristiano Ronaldo had much value to it. He claims that the damage has already been done.

The Fifa President, Blatter, 77, recently mad some poorly thought out remarks about the Madrid star when pitting him up against Lionel Messi, with lead to some disgruntled reactions from Ronaldo and Madrid.

Blatter since attempted to bury the hatchet, and apologise for his comments, but Ancelotti is not impressed by the attempt and believes that the Swiss should have known better.

"Blatter's apology? The damage has been done. Sometimes it's better to think before speaking. Maybe count to 10," stated Ancelotti at a press conference, before praising his star’s attitude.

"Cristiano is a very professional and serious player. He gives everything in every game. I can't ask any more from him."

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