These are 10 pairs of soccer players that could not be seen while sharing a dressing room:
The quintessential bad guys: John Terry and Wayne Bridge. In the case of these two it is justified, since John Terry had a secret relationship with Wayne Bridge’s partner, and the English footballer found out.
There have also always been rumors of the bad relationship between these two footballers. They even got to fight in a training session in which they had to be separated and we already know that Mario Balotelli is a player with hot blood.
There is a strong rivalry in goal, and it is not always a healthy competition. If not that they tell Deportivo de La Coruña. Munúa and Aouate, who were fighting for a place in the starting XI, got into training and the Israeli goalkeeper ended up with a black eye.
Michel and Hugo Sánchez got on badly from the first moment and neither of them bothered to acknowledge it publicly. The strange thing is that within the field of play there were always two players who understood each other perfectly.
Another goalkeeper is what Arsenal had to suffer with Jens Lehmann and Manuel Almunia. It was impossible for the German goalkeeper to admit that his best days had passed and that the Spaniard had the necessary qualities to occupy the Gunners’ goal.
In their early days at the club, they did not seem to get along and both players shared the axis of the rear for years, but since Arsene Wenger gave the captaincy to Gallas the spark jumped. Kolo Touré ended up leaving the club.
That of Icardi and Maxi López is one of the most famous bad relationships in football history. Something similar what happened with John Terry, is that Mauro began dating Wanda Nara while she was the wife of his friend.
A normal and cordial relationship of friendship that was twisted when Álvaro Arbeloa positioned himself on the side of José Mourinho in the Portuguese’s blind attempt to belittle the figure of Iker Casillas.
Cavani and Ibrahimovich’s relationship was disrupted from the moment they realized that they were not going to play together at the top. The Uruguayan had to move his position from the pitch to the wing, a place where he was not used to playing. Jealousy of his teammate’s position eventually frustrated an impossible friendship.
With the passage of time they ended up reconciling, but between Maradona and Passarella many sparks jumped while they shared a dressing room in the Argentine national team. Some blamed the bad relationship on the captaincy, and others simply because the defender accused Maradona of using cocaine in Italy. It has never been entirely clear what is true and what is not.
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