Angelino criticizes Guardiola

Angelino criticizes Guardiola

RB Leipzig left-back Angelino complained about the time spent at Manchester City and specifically about team coach Pep Guardiola.

Angelino spent last season on loan at Leipzig, where he took the position of the main left-back. Together with the Bulls, the Spaniard reached the Champions League semi-finals and proved to the head coach of Manchester City his importance in key matches.

In building the game by Julian Nagelsmann, Angelino does a lot of work. Initially, he was positioned as a left-back, but over time, the guy proved himself to be a left midfielder, and with his displacements into free zones, he conquered many Leipzig fans.

Therefore, the German club signed the footballer to a full-fledged contract in the summer, snatching him from the captivity of Pep Guardiola. The player himself later responded with not the most pleasant words to his compatriot from Manchester City,

“Pep killed my self-confidence. After I returned to City from PSV, he rated me by two preseason matches and never gave me a real chance.

I was happy that I left for Leipzig, now I have become a prominent part of the team. I felt trust from day one and got a boost from the club and the coach. I am glad that I constantly play for Leipzig,” said Angelino.

Now Angelino in Leipzig is showing a more advanced version of Marcelo from Real Madrid on the field. Marcelo was constantly connected to the attack, but at the same time, no one backed him up on the left wing. Thanks to the competent understanding of Julian Nagelsmann, Angelino breaks into space perfectly, and a safety net constantly appears behind him, which allows him to realize his full potential in attack.

Therefore, the move to Leipzig was a qualitative leap for the Spanish defender, who had every chance to languish on the bench in Manchester City. But Angelino took a chance and made the right decision, moving to Germany and finding a place in Nagelsmann's team, with which he claims to overthrow Bayern from the first place in the Bundesliga.