Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos has hit out at Roy Hodgson for "destroying" him during their time together at Inter Milan.
Crystal Palace manager Hodgson worked with legendary full-back Carlos during the 1995/96 season at the San Siro.
Despite the World Cup-winner being a defender by trade, Hodgson disagreed and played Carlos in centre-midfield whilst opted to field Felice Centofanti in left-back throughout that campaign.
Needless to say, the now 47-year-old wasn't impressed when Alessandro Pistone was then signed to take the left back role on full-time, resulting in a desire to change club.
Carlos admitted in an interview with Spanish news outlet Marca that, despite having a good relationship, Hodgson's coaching ability left plenty to be desired.
Roy Hodgson destroyed me. He made me play in the centre of midfield.
I wasn't going to get a chance to play for Brazil like that and there was a Copa America in 1997.
It's not that we got on badly, it's that he didn't know much about football.
I spoke with [then-Inter president Massimo] Moratti and I asked him to let me go.
The legendary full back spent just a single season with the Nerazzurri, scoring seven goals in 34 appearances across all competitions.
He left Inter to join Real Madrid in 1996, and in his 11-year career at the Bernabéu established himself as one of the greatest left-backs of all time.