The Korean League has hit out hard at Juventus for failing to honor the contract they signed which included having Ronaldo play in the friendly match for at least 45 minutes.
According to the letter filed against Juventus by the K-League, the Italian team has been labelled liars and deceivers.
The K-League disclosed that it feels very disappointed after Juventus refused to apologize despite receiving their letter disclosing dissatisfactions.
Juventus rather hit back at the K-League claiming that Ronaldo was not part of the squad because he had little fitness issues and was advised by their Doctors to stay back.
Below are the contents of K-League’s letter against Juventus.
“K League clearly registers our profound indignation and disappointment to Juventus’ irresponsible behaviour and manners, and we strongly urge Juventus to offer a sincere apology and explain the reason for Ronaldo’s no-show,”
“The key point … is that Ronaldo did not play even for a minute, contrary to the contract guarantee that he would play for at least 45 minutes. However, Juventus’s reply did not offer any apology nor did it explain what exactly happened that day.”
“Juventus’s claim that it took roughly 1 hour 50 minutes to exit the airport proved to be a lie,” the K League added. “It took only 26 minutes to go through immigration for all 76 [members of the] Juventus delegation and it was verified by the Korea Immigration Service afterwards.
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“It is obvious to say that the club undervalued South Korea and neglected the current situation [which] originated from Juventus’s irresponsible behaviour and manners, including Ronaldo’s no-show.”
The case might get worse soon as some Korean football fans plan to file legal case against the Juventus, asking for a refunding of ticket fees and as well compensation for ‘mental anguish’ suffered from Ronaldo’s absence.