I've definitely been one of the more vocal posters when it comes to criticizeing Aguero but I think the criticisms were fair. Calling out for players to better their game isn't a dick move or doesn't make you anti-player either. If you know there's higher levels of play for a player to achieve and they aren't achieving them then what's wrong with saying so? His game wasn't up to the standard that I thought it could/should be at times but that's changing for the better and rapidly too I might add. You can tell it's clicking for him based on how quickly he's making decisions. He's not caught up in his head anymore. He's being more descisive and reacting instinctively and that comes from the confidence of knowing what you're doing will/should work. The 'Aguero of old' is leveling up and how awesome is that? Also, it looks like the 3 up top is second fiddle to the 3/5/2 which is a huge relief to me as I've hated it since we installed it under MP.