Sergio Aguero reveals Pep Guardiola’s most controversial rule at Manchester City
Sergio Aguero is perhaps the greatest legend in the history of Manchester City. Now, the retired striker has revealed Pep Guardiola’s most controversial rules at the club that cost him some matches.
Over the Manchester City History, there have been a lot of great players, but Sergio Aguero She is undoubtedly their greatest legend. Now the former striker talks about his last coach in England, Pep GuardiolaReveals The most controversial in the team.
Sergio Aguero the left Manchester In 2021. Shared a dressing room with him for several seasons Pep GuardiolaOne of the best managers in football. Their relationship was great, and even when the striker exited from England, the Spaniard said there was no way they could replace the Argentine.
Being one of the best managers in the world is not easy Pep Guardiola knows that. Throughout his career he has coached a lot of players and now Sergio Aguero He revealed some of the rules the Spanish coach had, which are of course controversial.
Pep Guardiola’s controversial Manchester City rules according to Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero Arrived to Manchester In the summer of 2011 as one of the biggest moves in the club’s history. He lived up to expectations and became a legend by scoring goals for trophies and giving many joys to the fans.
then in 2016 met Pep Guardiola. The team had high hopes with the Spanish coach who proved in Barcelona and Bayern Munich what he was capable of. But of course, every great coach should do it discipline His players can do what he sees on the field.
“If your ideal weight is 79-80 kg and your weight is 80 kg and 100 grams you will be fined and you will not play”, Aguero told El Chiringuito about Pep’s rules. “But it can happen! You come across a little chicken for example, you’ll add 50 grams!”
About if this happened to him, the Argentine revealed there Once he was disqualified from the match due to his overweight. “And what was I going to say? He was right…these things happen,” Aguero said. “He said it well. And at this time I didn’t have his true confidence. But I’ve always been very respectful of the coaches…”