No manager ever likes to be second-guessed. Ever.
Of course, no one in any profession would enjoy having a wrong decision publicly questioned
When Jim Leyland managed the Pittsburgh Pirates a gazillion years ago he always said he didn’t care if media members second-guessed him as long as they first-guessed him.
Easier said than done, of course. It’s not like a reporter can call down to the dugout in the middle of the game and say, “Hey there Skipper, you should bring in a lefty right here.”