Manchester City's Bernardo Corradi has slammed the club.
The Italian international is currently on a season-long from Valencia, but he seems highly unlikely to remain at the club.
His agent Moreno Roggi revealed earlier this week his charge was unsettled.
Now Corradi has admitted that his stay in Manchester has been a 'nightmare' and he claimed the club are not prepared properly for games.
"The manager is typically English," Corradi is quoted as saying by the Daily Star on Sunday.
"He expects you to go out and beat the other team without knowing how they play.
"There's no preparation. It has been a nightmare."
Corradi also revealed his discontent at the criticism handed out by captain Richard Dunne.
"Then I woke up on the morning of the FA Cup quarter-final to read that the captain (Richard Dunne) had criticised all the foreign players," he said.