Should a team criticise its manager?
On Sunday, France's players boycotted training in protest at the decision to send striker Nicolas Anelka home - an action some described as a "mutiny".
Contrast this with the glowing reports of team spirit within the USA squad after two dramatic fight backs. "This team understands how to fight for 90 minutes," said coach Bob Bradley, while captain Landon Donovan said: "I'm proud of our guys... there are not many teams in this tournament that could have done what we did."
Are you a member of a team? Or the manager of one? What do you find are the ingredients of good team spirit and harmony? Does a team member have the right to speak out and criticise their manager? At what point does healthy criticism become indiscipline?
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