The Manchester City defender Micah Richards revealed that Sergio Aguero as the "worse trainer."
He confirmed during BBC interview that the Argentine was not always at races in training.
As we all know, Aguero's instability to remain consistent in training did very little to impact his rise to prominence as a Manchester City legend.
The 32 year old Aguero will attempt to shift his focus to the 2021 Copa America tournament to he hosted in Brazil.
However, Richards in his interview, he said,
" Aguero was the worse trainer in history of training. He had that laid back style. He would just walk around, sometimes without his boots tied up, but during finishing, it was game over. I thought he was going to be sensational but when I trained with him, I thought we have made a mistake here."
" The fans just erupted when he came on and it was like a genuine superstar here. You can't write it and from them I know we had signed a player. I was there for 4 years with him. You can't associate him with being a superstar in terms of how he was off the pitch."
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