Ronaldo Juventus South Korea
- Cristiano Ronaldo back in the headlines -- without kicking.
- Fans to sue after Ronaldo missed S.Korea clash
- K-League angrily hits out at Juventus over Ronaldo’s.
- Ronaldo loses 85% of S. Korean fans after friendly no-show.
- Cristiano Ronaldo’s No-Show at South Korean Friendly.
- Don't be caught acting like Ronaldo in South Korea.
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Italian football champions Juventus breached an agreement when they benched superstar Cristiano Ronaldo in an exhibition match against South Korean league All-Stars, a local organizer of the match claimed Saturday.Some 63,000 fans at Seoul World Cup Stadium went home disappointed Friday night, as Ronaldo did not play in a 3-3 draw between. In Japan, though, Ronaldo may have gained some new fans who welcomed his decision to remain on the bench as an act of support for their country. Cristiano Ronaldo did not feature in Juventus pre-season friendly against a K-league all-star team, ignoring appeals from the 65,000 crowd at the World Cup Stadium. And now, over 2,000 South Korean fans will sue a sports agency after Ronaldo did not play a single minute in the friendly last week, a law firm in Seoul, Myungan said.
Cristiano Ronaldo was a sub during Juventus' game in South Korea last summer against the K-League All Stars. Two fans demanded compensation but the Serie A side said he had 'muscle fatigue' and that's why he didn't play. The K-League said they were 'indignant and disappointed' because Ronaldo was South Korea’s professional football governing body, K League, said a letter of protest has been sent to the Italian champions for violating the contract. Many fans have been voicing their anger at Ronaldo on social media. “He betrayed the 60,000 audience and belittled us,” a fan who attended the match posted on Instagram.
South Korea's pro football body issued an apology Saturday over Cristiano Ronaldo's non-appearance on the pitch in an exhibition match featuring Juventus FC. Team K League played to a 3-3 draw with Juventus, Friday. in front of 60,000 fans at Seoul World Cup Stadium, but many returned home disappointed after watching Ronaldo remain on the bench until the final whistle. Juventus officials have rejected claims they disrespected fans in South Korea after supporters prepared to sue the Italian giants for “mental anguish” because star forward Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t appear in a friendly. SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – Compensation awarded to two South Korean fans for the cost of tickets and for so-called “mental anguish” because Cristiano Ronaldo didn't play in a preseason exhibition in Seoul last July is just the beginning, a Seoul-based lawyer said Wednesday.
A disgruntled football fan flew from South Korea to Sweden to confront Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo over his no-show in Seoul. A disgruntled football fan flew from South Korea to Sweden to confront Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo over his no-show in Seoul. Euronews is no longer accessible on Internet Explorer. This. South Korean police raid company involved in Ronaldo no-show South Korean soccer fans wear masks of Cristiano Ronaldo of Juventus prior to a friendly match between Juventus and Team K League at the Seoul World Cup Stadium in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, July 26, 2019. Two South Korean fans have been awarded just over $500 (about $250 each) as compensation for the ‘mental anguish’ they suffered after Cristiano Ronaldo failed to play for Juventus in a friendly in the country. They were also refunded for the tickets they bought to watch the match.
Cristiano Ronaldo is back in the headlines without even kicking a ball -- and it hasn't gone down well in South Korea. Reports in South Korea claim that the fan plans to protest against the five-time Ballon d'Or winner next month by flying out to Italy to try his luck again. After the match last month, reports emerged that the South Korean police were investigating Juventus over Ronaldo's no-show in the friendly. Juventus faced a team from South Korea in a friendly that ended in a positive draw with three goals each. The matchmaker threatened to sue Juventus because of Ronaldo's lack of participation in the match in accordance with the agreement between the two sides.
Cristiano Ronaldo was on the bench as Juventus play K League All-Stars in Seoul. Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images. Football fans in South Korea are taking legal action to seek compensation for the 'mental anguish' caused after Cristiano Ronaldo did not appear in Juventus' preseason friendly in Seoul on July 26. Show me the money: South Korean football fans to sue over Cristiano Ronaldo benching The star Portuguese striker did not play a single second of the match against a K-league all-star team, ignoring appeals from the sell-out 65,000 crowd at the World Cup Stadium.
The K-League, South Korea’s domestic league, has said it feels “indignation and disappointment” after Juventus refused to apologise for leaving Cristiano Ronaldo out of a pre-season friendly in Seoul last week. Ronaldo was contracted to play for at least 45 minutes against the K-League All Stars according to event organisers, but did not. Cristiano Ronaldo will join his Juventus teammates for an exhibition match in Seoul next month. Juventus is scheduled to take on a group of select K-League Allstars on July 26th at 8 p.m. at Seoul World Cup Stadium. The K-League Allstars will be voted on by fans. Ronaldo last appeared in Korea as a member of Manchester United in 2007.
Cristiano Ronaldo has seen a staggering decline in support among South Korean fans as local police investigate whether he and Juventus committed a crime after the star failed to appear in a Seoul friendly, according to reports. SEOUL, South Korea (AP): South Korean police raided the office of a marketing agency yesterday as part of a fraud investigation into Cristiano Ronaldo’s non-appearance in a friendly match between Juventus and a K-League selection last month.
The Friday benching of football star Cristiano Ronaldo during a much-anticipated exhibition game between his Italy-based Juventus FC and a team of K-League players in Seoul prompted the ire of South Korean fans, who have since sought legal recourse in the matter. SEOUL: More than 2,000 South Korean football fans will sue a sports agency after superstar Cristiano Ronaldo stayed on the bench when his Juventus side played a friendly in Seoul last week, a law firm said Monday (Jul 29).
The situation has caused such a stir among South Korean’s. And according to The National, they have coined a new phrase. Should someone fail to fulfill their promise now in South Korea you are “acting like Ronaldo!” It should be noted that the court exonerated Juventus and Ronaldo of any wrongdoing. On Tuesday, a South Korean court ordered a local organiser to compensate fans for Cristiano Ronaldo's no-show during a friendly match held in Seoul last year. The Juventus star remained on the bench throughout the side's encounter against a K-League all-star team at the Seoul World Cup Stadium in
South Korean fans to sue after Ronaldo no-show for Juventus. Ronaldo sat out in the exhibition match against K-League All Stars in Seoul. 30 Jul 2019 17:50 GMT. Ronaldo on the team bench prior to the friendly match between K-League All Stars and Juventus in Seoul [Jung Yeon-je/AFP] Football fans in South Korea are taking legal action to seek compensation after Cristiano Ronaldo failed to play in a friendly during Juventus' pre-season tour in Seoul last week. Ronaldo had been contracted to play at least 45 minutes against K League All Stars, according to event organisers The Fasta Inc, but ultimately sat out the entire. A South Korean court ordered a local promoter Tuesday to compensate fans for Cristiano Ronaldo's no-show at a friendly match in Seoul last year. The Juventus star stayed on the bench throughout a 3-3 draw with a K-League all-stars team at the Seoul World Cup Stadium in July, despite rounds of appeals from a sell-out crowd of 65,000.
A South Korean court has told a local match organiser to compensate two fans after Cristiano Ronaldo did not play in a Juventus friendly as advertised. Fans were told the Portugal forward would play at least 45 minutes against a K-League all-star team last July, but he did not come off the bench SEOUL (AP) - South Korean police raided the office of a marketing agency on Thursday (Aug 8) as part of a fraud investigation into Cristiano Ronaldo's non-appearance in a friendly match between Juventus and a K-League selection last month.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
T he game between Juventus and a South Korean K-League All Star team last Friday in Seoul ended in a 3-3 draw but the winners may be lawyers as thousands of Korean fans are calling for their money back after Cristiano Ronaldo sat on the bench for the entire game – in breach, organisers claim, of contract. Juventus have rejected suggestions from the president of South Korea's K League that they violated a contract by not playing Cristiano Ronaldo in a friendly in Seoul last week. Event organisers claim the five-time Ballon d'Or winner was contracted to play at least 45 minutes of the match against the K League All Stars, which ended in a 3-3 draw.
Angry South Korean football fans are seeking compensation after Cristiano Ronaldo failed to take to the pitch during a Juventus pre-season friendly. The superstar was contracted to play 45 minutes when the match against K League All Stars was announced, organisers say, but he stayed on the subs' bench. More than 2,000 South Korean football fans will sue a sports agency after superstar Cristiano Ronaldo stayed on the bench when his Juventus side played a friendly in Seoul last week. Cristiano Ronaldo did not play for Juventus in a friendly, causing a ruckus. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon) Two South Korean soccer fans are entitled to compensation from the match organizer after Cristiano Ronaldo did not play in Juventus’ match in the country last summer, a court ruled Tuesday.
Cristiano Ronaldo's failure to get on the field during a recent Juventus friendly has caused football supporters in South Korea to take legal action against the match organisers. A criminal complaint was filed against Ronaldo, Juventus and the South Korean agency that organised the fixture, and a police investigation is underway – but one fan took matters into his own hands by following Ronaldo to Stockholm.
SEOUL (AFP) - More than 2,000 South Korean football fans will sue a sports agency after superstar Cristiano Ronaldo stayed on the bench when his Juventus side played a friendly in Seoul last week, a law firm said on Monday (July 29).. Read more at straitstimes.com. Rabat – A South Korean court has ordered the Fatsa Inc, a South Korean marketing agency, to pay compensation to two football fans who bought tickets to see Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo playing in a friendly game between Juventus Turin and K League All-Star.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Seoul no-show to cost Juventus US$675,000 says South Korean media, as fan backlash continues.. In contrast to his time in South Korea, Ronaldo had played during the team’s previous game against Inter Milan in Nanjing, scoring the equaliser. EUROPEAN FOOTBALL South Korean fan flies to Sweden to confront Ronaldo for his no-show in Juventus’ Seoul friendly Ronaldo remained on the bench throughout last month’s exhibition game in the Korean capital. Ronaldo’s failure to play, explained by coach Mauricio Sarri after the game as muscle fatigue following an exhibition in China 48 hours earlier, led to a verbal clash between South Korea’s K-League and Juventus. The Italian club also arrived at the stadium late for the match, causing the kick-off to be delayed by almost one hour.
South Korean fans to sue for £46m after Cristiano Ronaldo sits out Juventus friendly in Seoul despite Portuguese superstar being contracted to play at least 45 minutes in front of sold out crowd. Cristiano Ronaldo had been contracted to play at least 45 minutes on Friday; Two football fans in South Korea have been awarded compensation after Cristiano Ronaldo did not play for Juventus in a pre-season friendly in Seoul last year. The Italian giants played a K League All-Stars team in July last year, with match organiser The Fasta Inc publicising ahead of the game that Ronaldo would play at least 45 minutes.
Juventus travelled to Seoul, South Korea, to take part in a one-off all-stars friendly match. The Bianconeri played the best of what K-League had to offer. However, the fans weren't pleased with Cristiano Ronaldo and ended up booing him. Cristiano Ronaldo: South Korea police raid marketing agency office in investigation over Juventus star’s non-appearance. Marketing agents The Fasta have promised to ‘fully cooperate with the police and their investigation’ after Ronaldo failed to appear in a pre-season friendly that he was expected to play 45 minutes in
SEOUL: Football fans in South Korea are taking legal action to seek compensation after Cristiano Ronaldo failed to play in a friendly during Juventus' pre-season tour in Seoul last week. Ronaldo had been contracted to play at least 45 minutes against K League All Stars, according to event organisers The Fasta, but ultimately sat out the entire game at a packed Seoul World Cup Stadium. Two South Korean fans who sued the match organiser after Cristiano Ronaldo failed to play in a friendly during Juventus's preseason tour in Seoul last year are entitled to compensation due to 'mental anguish' a court ruled on Tuesday. A district court in Incheon, west of Seoul, ordered the localhome page