Man City boss Eriksson has no concerns over Richards temper
"I am not worried. I don't think it is something he has to watch," said the manager. "Temperament is a good thing to have as long as aggression is used in another way - in the right direction.
"Things like what happened at Stamford Bridge happen in football all the time. I don't really know what sparked it, but I think there was more than one incident that led to the argument.
"At Fulham he said there was an elbow involved, but I am not worried, absolutely not, that the opposition might target Micah."