Aguero’s father accuses Pep Guardiola of faking tears for Man Metropolis star

Aguero departs Man Metropolis

After simply shy of a decade on the membership, Sergio Aguero has lastly left Manchester Metropolis.

The Argentine would notch 390 appearances throughout all competitions for the Manchester powerhouse, scoring a staggering 260 targets and offering 73 assists.

Aguero additionally received numerous trophies throughout his stint on the Etihad, together with 5 Premier League titles.

The striker, although, is now set to affix FC Barcelona on a free switch on the finish of this month:

Aguero’s father hits out at Pep Guardiola

Aguero’s closing Premier League match noticed him internet a brace for Everton.

Following the sport, Pep Guardiola paid tribute to the hitman in a heartfelt interview which noticed him start to cry:

The Aguero household, although, are nonetheless clearly not eager on Guardiola.

Aguero’s brother was caught taking intention on the Spaniard on Twitter not too long ago.

And now, Aguero’s father has accused the Metropolis boss of faking his tears within the above interview:

“I don’t imagine his tears. No, I don’t. For me, he by no means needed [Aguero].

When requested if he thought the tears had been for the cameras, Aguero’s dad replied:

“In fact. He all the time desires to be the primary man and never the gamers.”

“I don’t imagine in Guardiola. He by no means needed the Champions League trophy, he desires to be the protagonist of all of the groups.”

“There are issues about Guardiola, he is a good coach. However from in the future to the following the gamers change you, the surroundings modifications. You by no means know in case you are a starter or not.”

Quotes by way of Sky Sports activities Information.

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