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Napoli have no right to complain about Guardiola's Man City decisions

Napoli have no right to complain about Guardiola's Man City decisions

The best player at the Under-17 World Cup excelled in England's triumph in India in the middle of midfield, orchestrating things with his array of ball-playing ability.

Manchester City slipped to a first defeat of the season after they were beaten 2-1 at Shakhtar Donetsk in their final Champions League group match.

"The truth is Eric Bailly no chance for the weekend", he said, when asked which of his currently-injured players would be available on Sunday.

Taison. In front of the Brazil manager, Taison ran the show, and City couldn't cope with his direct attacking play.

City eventually finished third as United trailed home in sixth place, but Mourinho could reflect on the season with greater satisfaction after leading his team to a League Cup and Europa League double.

Herrera has started just of United's 15 Premier League matches but he could be set for a key role in the derby, with Paul Pogba set for a three-game suspension following his red card against Arsenal.

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Jose Mourinho aimed a thinly-veiled dig at rivals Pep Guardiola and Arséne Wenger while offering an update on injuries after Manchester United's 2-1 Champions League win over CSKA Moscow.

Fabregas decided to make the switch from London to Catalonia and join Guardiola's Barca in 2011. In a game of such meaningless significance, if Foden was to be given his chance, should it not have been in his preferred position?

"He is the coach who worked the most tactically, more than with [Jose] Mourinho and [Pep] Guardiola", Fabregas told The Express. "We are going to try to be who we are", he said. Fifteen games into the new season, City are eight points clear of United at the head of the table and Sunday's game is being billed as Mourinho's big chance to stick a spoke in Guardiola's wheels. He was brilliant for 75 minutes of that game, dominating the midfield and controlling everything United did.

That much is true; Guardiola always wants to win, and indeed Napoli are especially lucky that City are on a 20-match winning streak which they will not want to end just before the derby.

It's reported that the reason United failed to sign him in the last transfer window was because Pochettino didn't want to offload two full-backs in one window and Kyle Walker had already joined City. He is good at what he does, and he is a victor, simple as that. What I am saying is that on an occasion like Saturday's, away from home against an in-form Arsenal, at times they certainly were.