The character of a team is revealed not by how much affection its members display during times of agreement, but by how well its members learn to communicate and coexist during moments of dispute.
Getting along when we agree is evidence neither of compatibility nor camaraderie. Getting along when we agree is just a part of what it means to agree.
Even rivals appear to be allies when they advocate the same point of view.
Disagreement, far from being a threat to genuine friendship, is the very thing that makes it possible to distinguish enemies from friends.
Without the capacity for conflict, there can be no basis for chemistry.