Pep Guardiola has waded into the ongoing feud between Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Robin van Persie.
Van Persie implored Solskjaer to be “a bit mean” and “angry” more often after watching the Norwegian smile following Manchester United’s recent 2-0 defeat to Arsenal.
Solskjaer responded with a weird medieval dig while pointing out that he will manage precisely how he bloody wants to, cheers.
Guardiola believes Solskjaer – and any other coach – have a right to act however they want.
“When you are sitting here everyone talks, you are the first, everyone talks,” he said. “It’s normal, Ole knows that. We cannot complain about that.
“If you don’t want to accept that, you cannot be a manager, you have to do another job. He knows. We are exposed with every decision we take and we have to accept it, good or bad.
“Every manager is in front of the press conference, in front of the players the way they are.
“Ole is who he is, if he wants to smile, it’s perfect, if he wants to conduct the team in that way, why should he change? Everyone is everyone. Some are more expressive, others are calm, others shout more on the touchline, others sit.
“Who is the better? The guy who wins the last weekend. That is the best manager.”
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