Aside from being an example of why everybody seems to dislike Thierry Henry's overly handsy and rambly analysis, Sky Sports' sit-down interview with current Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola and his former pupil was a really worthwhile watch.
Pep is taking criticism from all angles over his pass-out-from-the-back-at-all-costs football, something which defined his almost unstoppable Barcelona and Bayern Munich sides, but as he said to media himself in what started an almost hip-hop style beef with Stan Collymore, he ain't going to change.
This was what he explained to Thierry Henry, which some may have missed due to the overwhelming 'mocha' colour scheme that dominated the shot. But it was fascinating to see Pep passionately explain the differences between English football culture to that in which he grew up back in Cataluna.
You have to admire how passionate he is about the game.
Calls for him to change his style of play are pointless. He was seduced by the Manchester City board specifically to steer the team towards his style of football, something he openly admits is taking longer than has done in the past.
But he simply doesn't have the players to use his system to full effect. Transfer windows are going to be very interesting in the near future as he goes after players that suit his system, and meanwhile, it looks certain that City will finish in a strong position in the league, so calls for him to upheave his ideas will fall on deaf ears.