Sergio Aguero says that Roberto Mancini is the manager of Manchester City and that the players have to go with his decisions.
Sergio Aguero has said that Roberto Mancini is in charge of Manchester City and that the players have to go with his decisions.
Aguero's fellow Argentinian Carlos Tevez was suspended by City on Thursday night after he had allegedly refused to come off the bench during their 2-0 defeat to Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
"Roberto is in charge," said Aguero. "He puts through his opinions and ideas, and obviously makes his decisions. We just have to go with it.
"Carlos is a great player but obviously I am not inside his mind, to know his thoughts and opinions. It does make me sad. But they are two grown men and maybe they will sort it out."
The Blues will travel to Blackburn Rovers on Saturday without Tevez, who has also been banned from training at the club pending a further investigation.
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