Southampton winger Nathan Redmond has revealed what Manchester Metropolis supervisor Pep Guardiola actually mentioned to him in ‘that’ rant.
Redmond’s aspect lost 2-1 at the Etihad after Raheem Sterling’s curled end saved Metropolis’s win streak going with the final kick of the sport.
Guardiola’s outburst after the match on Wednesday evening went viral after he animatedly demonstrated in Redmond’s face as he walked off the pitch.
The Solar wrote quite a few tales speculating what Guardiola was saying to the winger, with one even quoting a lip reader claiming he had called him a “w****r”.
Redmond make clear the scenario with posts on Instagram and Twitter, saying:
“Nothing unfavourable or offensive was mentioned in direction of me from Pep and that is what makes him the most effective supervisor’s in world soccer.
“Shedding the sport the best way we did within the final kick of the sport after working so exhausting for 90+ minutes – I used to be very disappointment however when one of many worlds finest managers compliments you or offers recommendation in any approach, you hear.”
A lot has been mentioned on whether or not Guardiola’s behaviour was acceptable, as even when he was solely saying constructive issues, certainly this undermines Southampton supervisor Mauricio Pellegrino?