Sergio Aguero was the worst trainer in Man City according to Micah Richards.
Micah Richards who played alongside Aguero between 2011 and 2015 admits he was shocked by Aguero’s attitude during training.
City’s all-time leading goalscorer would not even tie his boots for training claims Richards.
Richards told BBC Sport: “From the moment he came through the door, you are in awe. You have that feeling of ‘wow’. The only other time I had that was when Robinho came through the door. For us growing up, Shaun Goater or Nicolas Anelka was a big thing – so when Aguero comes, you can’t believe this is happening.
“He was the worst trainer in the history of training. He had that laid-back style. Aguero would just walk around. Sometimes he wouldn’t even have his boots tied up. But the moment it came to the finishing, it was game over. I thought he was going to be sensational but when I trained with him I thought ‘have we made a mistake here?’ I thought Tevez was better – but then he makes his debut…
“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 knew we had signed a player.
“I was there for four years with him. With Aguero, you don’t associate him with being a superstar in terms of how he was off the pitch. He was the most humble person ever.”