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Speaking after their Europa League defeat to Astana, the United boss hinted at his possible return within the next week, defending any claims that the Frenchman has taken liberty of the situation.
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‘I wouldn’t have come back to England for another team’: Manchester United’s Katie Zelem returns home with trophies on her mind
Manchester United midfielder Katie Zelem is reaping the rewards of her season in Italy with Juventus and says her new club are already dreaming of the Champions League.
On-loan Newcastle striker Adam Armstrong has been told by boss Phil Parkinson that he must take his chances if he is to get more game time at Bolton ahead of Saturday’s fixture against Aston Villa.
Fernandinho says with the same heart displayed in the League Cup on Wednesday Manchester City can reach the FA Cup last 16 this weekend.
Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph says he understands what the fans want, insisting he is looking to put an injury-hit start to life at the Etihad firmly behind him.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has insisted his profligate side did enough to take home three points from Villa Park on Sunday, in spite of the stalemate in Remi Garde’s debut as Villains manager.
Former Aston Villa captain Fabian Delph is set for a place on the bench as Manchester City travel to the Midlands on Sunday for new manager Rémi Garde’s first match in charge of the Villains.
With their Champions League fate in their own hands in the playoff round – Manchester United face Club Brugge of Belgium – midfielder Michael Carrick says it’s time they forgot the hurt of not qualifying for the competition for the first time in 19 years last season.
With Manchester City 10 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea with just four games to go, Fernandinho admits defending their title is beyond their reach so a small triumph would be to pip Manchester United to second place.