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Mar 22

Watakila Sanchez da Ozil su bar Arsenal

Arsenal ta jingine tattaunawar da take yi da Alexis Sanchez da Mesut Ozil kan tsawaita musu yarjejeniyar ci gaba da taka-leda a kungiyar, in ji Arsene Wenger.

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Mar 22

Madrid za ta kara da Man City da United da Barca

Real Madrid za ta buga wasannin share fage a kasar Amurka a karshen kakar bana, domin samun damar lashe gasar International Champions Cup.

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Mar 22

José Mourinho says there are too many rich clubs in Premier League | Paul Wilson

Faced with the club missing out on Champions League football again, Manchester United’s manager makes the point that it is harder to buy success

Does José Mourinho have a point about power being divided in the Premier League, or is the manager of Manchester United simply trying to get his excuses in early?

United still have a job on their hands to crack the top four this season, let alone get back to winning titles, and should a third season in four arrive without achieving Champions League football questions are going to be asked about the effectiveness of his stewardship in the light of all the money spent. Perhaps in anticipation of that scenario, Mourinho has just observed that winning anything in England is particularly difficult because all the top clubs can afford to bring in big players.

Related: The peaceful one: José Mourinho says he is more mature at Manchester United

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Mar 22

Zlatan Ibrahimovic still fired up by Pep Guardiola feud for Manchester derby

• ‘The problem wasn’t with me, it was with him,’ says Zlatan Ibrahimovic
• Manchester United visit Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City on 27 April

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed he is still motivated by his falling out with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona.

Guardiola brought Ibrahimovic to the Camp Nou in 2009 but the relationship between the pair broke down and he was loaned to Milan after only a season before making the move permanent.

Related: The peaceful one: José Mourinho says he is more mature at Manchester United

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/mar/22/zlatan-ibrahimovic-pep-guardiola-manchester-derby

Mar 21

Manchester United to face Real Madrid and Barcelona in pre-season US tour

• Manchester City also lined up for International Champions Cup
• Mourinho’s side warm up against two Major League Soccer teams

Manchester United will face Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City this summer in the International Champions Cup in the United States.

United start their pre-season tour with two games against Major League Soccer sides, Los Angeles Galaxy on 15 July and Real Salt Lake two days later, before kicking off the ICC tournament against their Manchester rivals on 20 July at a venue yet to be decided.

Related: The peaceful one: José Mourinho says he is more mature at Manchester United

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/mar/21/manchester-united-real-madrid-barcelona-pre-season-tournament-international-champions-cup

Mar 20

An tuhumi Man City da rashin da’a

Hukumar kwallon kafa ta Ingila ta tuhumi Manchester City da nuna halin rashin da’a a lokacin da ta fafata da Liverpool a wasan Premier a ranar Lahadi.

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Mar 20

Watakila Wenger ya ci gaba da zama a Arsenal

Arsenal ta karyata rade-radin cewar ta tuntubi kociyan Borussia Dortmund, Thomas Tuchel, domin ya maye gurbin Arsene Wenger.

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Mar 20

Liverpool draw one of my proudest days, says Pep Guardiola – video

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says the 1-1 draw with Liverpool on Sunday was one of his proudest days as a coach, having turned around from a disappointed exit from the Champions League last week. Guardiola also jokingly brushes off suggestions that he should more effectively coach his players on how to finish goal-scoring opportunities

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Mar 19

Raheem Sterling adds improvised flourish to Pep Guardiola’s solid lines | Barney Ronay

The Manchester City wing tormented his former Liverpool team-mates with his attacking verve on the wing but clearer heads took centre stage at the Etihad

At one point during Manchester City’s early-season training Pep Guardiola became so frustrated by Raheem Sterling’s puppyish eagerness to cut inside and join the crowd, thereby messing with his precision fine-tuning, he drew a chalk spot on the right wing of City’s training pitch and told Sterling to stand there. When in doubt to seek the chalk spot.

Watching this wild, brilliantly entertaining Premier League game, reduced at times to a selection of bruising collisions around the centre circle, you feared for Pep’s chalk spot. Sterling did stay wide, but also found himself snared into the crush of bodies like pretty much every other player on the pitch. Guardiola raged and whirled and steadily shed his insulated layers on the touchline, a man by turns appalled and consumed by the wonderful mess of a high-class football match in front of him.

Related: Sergio Agüero pegs back Liverpool to rescue point for Manchester City

Related: Pep Guardiola: Manchester City draw with Liverpool ‘one of my happiest days’

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Mar 19

Pep Guardiola: Manchester City draw with Liverpool ‘one of my happiest days’

• Manager delighted by Manchester City’s spirit after Champions League exit
• ‘I think we could have won,’ says Liverpool’s Jürgen Klopp

Pep Guardiola insisted he would remember Manchester City’s 1-1 draw against Liverpool as “one of the happiest days of my life as a manager” even though it left his team 12 points off Chelsea at the top of the Premier League table.

Sergio Agüero’s equaliser spared City from another ordeal, on the back of their Champions League exit against Monaco last week, after it had looked as though Guardiola might experience a sixth league defeat in a season for the first time in his managerial career.

Related: Sergio Agüero pegs back Liverpool to rescue point for Manchester City

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/mar/19/manchester-city-pep-guardiola-liverpool-draw-premier-league

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