Brilliant a player as he might have been the only tactics he knew on the pitch as a player were, "give me the ball and I'll sort it out!" Bit like a rather better version of Tevez. Fast forward and years later his tactical ability off the pitch is absolutely none existent as he demonstrated so ably in 2010. The one thing he didn't understand was defence but he wasn't that hot on attack either seeing as he had his son in law, Tevez, Messi and several other superb offensive options and made them look like a bunch of strangers.
The real problem is the press! They have decided that despite all the stats that demonstrate that they are completely wrong that Spurs are the most attractive side to watch in England this season and that City are just mundane. If Aguerro managed to catch up Messi and Ronaldo and we scored 100 goals we would still be dull. Quite frankly, I know what I see on the pitch. I know you all know what you see on the pitch and so long as we can ram it down their throats at the end of the season, who cares?