Many times, players may not be in good terms with their managers, probably because of a disagreement they had. This can cause malice and hatred, which is very bad. Scroll further as you know more about player's who were in bad terms with their managers.
Jose Mourinho was not happy with the fact that Paul Pogba's move to Manchester United attracted a lot of media attention. It even started before Mourinho's arrival at the club.
2. Jose Mourinho and Andriy Shevchenko:
When Jose Mourinho was the manager of Chelsea, the owner of Chelsea FC, Roman Abramovic brought his countryman, Andriy Shevchenko to Stamford Bridge for a huge sum of money. Jose Mourinho felt that Andriy Shevchenko wasn't part of his plans for the team and ignored the Russian striker intentionally on various occasions. Roman Abramovic even stopped Mourinho from signing Jermain Defoe and Milan Baros, insisting his man was up to the task. In order to add salt to injury, Roman Abramovic went ahead to replace Jose Mourinho's assistant another Russian citizen. At the end, Jose Mourinho was sacked following a disappointing season in 2007.
3. David Beckham and Alex Ferguson:
In February, 2003, Arsenal defeated Manchester United 2-0. After the match, Alex Ferguson went to the player's dressing room to scold the players. Out of rage, he kicked one of the boot towards David Beckham which hit him just above the eye. It was so fatal that the injury needed some stitches. It was also revealed that David Beckham was so furious that his team mates had to hold him down to prevent the occurrence of pandemonium in the dressing room. He was sold to Real Madrid later that year for £25 million.
4. Wayne Rooney and David Moyes:
In his autobiography, the 20 year old forward wrote this, "I would have gone almost anywhere just to get away from David Moyes. To me he appeared overbearing, just wanting to control people." He also claimed that David Moyes was also jealous of the success he was enjoying at that time. David Moyes took Wayne Rooney's case to court and won a significant payout on damages.
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