Manchester United star a sudden doubt for Manchester derby after missing training

Hope Soto
November 10, 2018

Opposition doesn't come much tougher than Manchester City at the moment. "I expect a hard game but, in a derby, everything is possible, and we will be ready for that".

"I focus on football".

"I prefer the sex - by far", he said.

"But what is behind I can not say but in this moment I have only to think about football, and to think about football is to think about Manchester City as a football team there".

German magazine Der Spiegel made a series of claims against City in an on-going series of articles based on documents purportedly attained from whistleblowers Football Leaks.

City have described the reports as the product of an organised attempt to damage the club's reputation, based on "materials hacked or stolen".

The United manager suggested afterwards the Juventus supporters had brought it on themselves.

"It's true that recent results gave us good spirit, energy, but the real Manchester United. we will see at the end of the season if we can say that we had a good season". "We came here to play like a team that was against a side with different potential on every level", he added. The manager of Manchester city Pep Guardiola has identified him as a top target.

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However, Pogba was conspicuous by his absence from United's training session on Friday - an unneeded injury scare ahead of Sunday's derby at the Etihad Stadium, where he netted a brace in April's 3-2 victory.

Mourinho's men cross Manchester already lagging behind their rivals, who won the Premier League title by a whopping 19 points last term, smashing a range of records in the process.

"If we drew it's nine, if we lose it's 12", the United boss said.

"You can't even talk about luck, because you have to find your own luck and in this case we just gifted it to them". The match is hard enough by being an isolated event.

"It's hard enough as an isolated event, to put it in the context of where we are then it becomes even more hard. But I don't think they think it's an easy match for them".

"So ask the FA, they will translate for you", beamed Mourinho.

"A point or three would have changed little for Juventus, but three points makes a big difference to us".

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