AC Milan signing Robinho attacks both his Man City managers

AC Milan signing Robinho has attacked both the managers he had at Manchester City.

AC Milan signing Robinho has attacked both the managers he had at Manchester City.

The Brazil superstar finally got his wish to leave City last week when he completed an £18 million move to the Italian giants.

The 26-year-old Samba star felt that life under Mark Hughes and Roberto Mancini was like going to work in an office environment rather than a football club.

Robinho, who cost City £32.5 million, told The People: "Neither Hughes nor Mancini understood me.

"Perhaps they only believed in the sporting side of things but that wasn't enough for me. There was a lack of contact between the players and the club.

"It was much like an office - to training and goodbye, to a match and goodbye. I am Brazilian and I can't offer my best performance if I'm not happy in every aspect of life.

"That was my problem. I am a special footballer and I need to be happy when I'm playing.

"That was the case at Real Madrid but never at City."

 
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