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Everton defeat Juventus on penalties in San Francisco

The sides were level at 1-1 after normal time

Luis Suarez and Brendan Rodgers in Melbourne

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The Liverpool legend urges the Reds to let the Arsenal target leave

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Gareth Barry and Rio Ferdinand square up to each other as tensions rise

Manchester United v Manchester City: England midfielder Gareth Barry seizes the spotlight at Old Trafford

City midfielder played crucial role in opening goal

Roberto Mancini believes City will chase down United’s lead

Roberto Mancini ready to make sweeping changes for FA Cup tie against Leeds

Manchester City fell to a shock defeat against Southampton at the weekend

Roberto Mancini is congratulated by City’s owner, Sheikh Mansour, after last season’s league triumph

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says FFP plan is unfair on rich clubs

Manchester City’s manager, Roberto Mancini, has said that he personally disagrees with the notion of financial fair play, insisting that it should be up to a “rich man” to spend money as he chooses.

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney

FA Cup replay: Manchester United v West Ham preview

A look ahead to tonight's FA Cup Third Round replay at Old Trafford

Sergio Aguero celebrates Manchester City's third goal

Sergio Aguero nearing return for Manchester City reveals Roberto Mancini

The Argentinian remains on the sidelines for this weekend's trip to Arsenal

Joe Hart: City goalkeeper defended his actions that led to United’s late winner in Sunday’s derby

Joe Hart calls for response from Manchester City

Champions were beaten by Sunderland in their last outing

Joe Hart was blamed for United's third goal

Manchester City tensions run high as Joe Hart bites back at Roberto Mancini

Manager's derby criticism riles goalkeeper and further aggravates his relationship with senior players

Yaya Toure talks with Roberto Mancini

Manchester City now 'more determined to win' says Yaya Toure

Champions beaten at home by local rivals Manchester United

Van Persie strike seals thunderous derby for United

Oh, Manchester, so much to answer for: coins thrown, blood spilled, fans goaded and pitch invasions. But do not pretend that you did not enjoy every last tackle made, goal scored and harsh word exchanged.

Manchester City improved drastically after Mario Balotelli was substituted

James Lawton: Roberto Mancini must escape grand delusions over Mario Balotelli if Manchester City are to recover

Mancini has to surely jettison his belief Balotelli has a place in a serious team

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini

Manchester City will be ready for United says Roberto Mancini

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