“He’s kind of a rebel” it seems trouble is following Guendouzi again

Matteo Guendouzi is a problem player, that we all know but he started his time at Hertha Berlin very well.

After being frozen out at Arsenal because of his erratic behaviour, he joined the German side on loan for the rest of this season.

He has seen more action and even seemed to prove Mikel Arteta wrong for axing him.

However, because a leopard cannot change its spots, it seems that Guendouzi’s rebel behaviour has now been discovered by the German side.

Although he is one of their best players, Hertha manager, Pal Dardai has insisted that the Frenchman has a long way to go to become a top footballer.

Having worked with him for some time now, he reckons that the 21-year-old is rebellious and he is still going through football puberty.

Dardai told Bild: ‘It’s like puberty for him, he’s kind of a rebel. He has to work and learn like an animal.’ 

Guendouzi was criticized for going down in his team’s penalty area far too easily recently and his manager also confirmed that he doesn’t want to see that in his team.

He added: ‘In training, I always stop these kind of duels because you can’t fall to the ground like this. And, afterwards, he’s mad.’ 

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  1. bishop says:

    he is too rude

  2. Seroti says:

    There you Go

  3. GPeter says:

    If this was an article about how Gundouzi is proving Arteta wrong, the comments section here will be full already.
    But it’s not, it doesn’t fit majorities narrative.

    This shows majority knows little or nothing about anything they usually rant about.

    1. Onyango says:

      You beat me to it. This doesn’t fit into the narrative of the majority. Guendouzi was a problem even in France. Surely three coaches can’t all be wrong about him

    2. jon fox says:

      Exactly right! So many on here who are just wet behind theears kids themselves with no life experience to talkof, seem to think they personally know better than the manager who sensibly banished him as the trouble maker he is.

      Leopards do not change their spots and trouble makers when young almost always remain that way through life. I am 70 years old and know this truth through my own longish life experience.

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