Brazil legend Ronaldo faces fan fury at both clubs he owns amid protests over Real Valladolid and Cruzeiro’s poor form

BRAZIL legend Ronaldo fans fan fury at both of the clubs he owns.

That’s amid protests over Real Valladolid and Cruzeiro’s poor respective seasons.

Ronaldo is facing criticism at Real Valladolid as well as CruzeiroGetty

Ronaldo, 46, is widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers ever.

He banged in goals for elite clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona, Inter and AC Milan.

And Ronaldo, who accidentally signed for FULHAM, also helped himself to TWO World Cups while leading the line for Brazil.

The two-time Ballon d’Or winner is now working behind the scenes as the owner of Spanish club Valladolid and Brazilian side Cruzeiro.

But Ronaldo faces fan fury at both sides due to their poor form.

Valladolid supporters have been openly protesting ever since their relegation from LaLiga last season.

They now find themselves in Spain’s second tier.

But Valladolid’s first five games have not gone to plan.


They have only won once while suffering three defeats.

And according to AS, Ronaldo is “gaining more and more critics every day, while the “situation could worsen in the coming months.”

Things aren’t looking too rosy for Ronaldo in his homeland either.

After acquiring a 90 per cent stake in Cruzeiro last season, the Brazilians were expected to challenge for the title.

But halfway through the season, they have won just six of their 22 games so far.

Ronaldo has been criticised for not investing much money in the playing squad.

And Cruzeiro are now without a win in their last eight matches, with fans seen protesting after the last draw against Bragantino.

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