Pep Guardiola can’t handle players with big personality.
Former Man United defender Patrice Evra has criticised Guardiola for struggling to micro-manage his players throughout his career.
This came after Man City collapsed in the second leg clash against Real Madrid at Bernabeu.
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“Manchester City needs leaders but Guardiola doesn’t want leaders,” Evra said in comments carried by Marca. “He doesn’t want personality. He’s the leader.
“That’s why when they’re in trouble they don’t want to step up. They don’t have anyone on the pitch to help them. He builds teams like that, he can’t coach people with personality.
“It was the same at Barcelona, he builds his teams to control everyone. When things go wrong he’s the only one to decide. City have made a mistake, it’s the truth. They’re traumatised. They’re like [Paris Saint-Germain]. These are clubs based on money.”