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MARADONA FEELS MOURINHO IS BETTER THAN GUARDIOLA

Argentina great Diego Maradona has said he believes Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is a better manager than Pep Guardiola. World Cup winner Maradona has said he intends to spend a week in Manchester in the near future to see the former Real Madrid manager in action. "I, as a coach, still

KROOS SAYS SANE MUST IMPROVE

Leroy Sane is not fulfilling his potential and must improve his attitude to do so, says the Manchester City winger's Germany team-mate Toni Kroos. Sane, 22, was left out of Germany's World Cup squad, but has returned for Thursday's Uefa Nations League tie with France and a Sunday friendly with Peru. But

GUARDIOLA: CITY MUCH BETTER AGAINST HUDDERSFIELD TOWN

Manchester City manager Josep Guardiola has praised his side's performance during their 6-1 bashing of Huddersfield Town this afternoon. The defending champions ran riots in the first home game of their title defence, with Sergio Aguero netting a hat-trick and Gabriel Jesus and David Silva also on the score sheet. The result

JESUS AGREES CONTRACT EXTENTION

Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2023. Jesus, 21, arrived at Etihad Stadium from Brazilian club Palmeiras for £27m in January 2017 and scored seven goals in 11 games in his debut season. He netted 17 goals as City won

MAHREZ SET TO BE FIT FOR SUNDAY

  Manchester City winger Riyad Mahrez could be fit for Sunday's Community Shield with Chelsea despite suffering an ankle injury against Bayern Munich. Mahrez went off in the first half of Sunday's 3-2 friendly win in Miami after a tackle from Chris Richards and was pictured in a protective boot. But a City

Yaya Toure discrimination comments “were lies”

Pep Guardiola has labelled Yaya Toure a 'liar' after the free agent midfielder accused the Manchester City manager of discrimination. Toure made the comments in an interview with France Football earlier this week, claiming that his former boss at the Etihad Stadium treated African players differently. Kevin De Bruyne defended Guardiola when

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