Angry fans to sue after Ronaldo sits out Juventus friendly in Seoul
09 August 2019 | 12:41 pm
Soccer 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.
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