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Video: Internazionale players are sending their manager a hard-hitting message

Jose Mourinho

Chelsea confident Jose Mourinho will replace Rafael Benitez

Former coach expected to leave Real Madrid in the summer

Steve Gerrard celebrates his stunning goal against Manchester City

Edin Dzeko was not injured ahead of Manchester City equaliser, says Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers

Edin Dzeko has been accused of gamesmanship

Daniel Sturridge (left) and Luis Suarez started together for the first time on Saturday

Premier League: Manchester City v Liverpool match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League match at the Etihad

Sir Alex Ferguson might have let his side down last weekend

Alex Ferguson furious as FA picks fight with the Manchester United manager

Governing body opts to charge United manager for suggesting linesman in draw at Tottenham was biased

Stoke manager Tony Pulis

Tony Pulis eager for Stoke to put FA Cup woes behind them against 'bogey team' Wigan

Stoke were beaten by Manchester City at the weekend

Manchester City's Carlos Tevez tussles with Stoke's Ryan Shawcross for the ball

Match Report: Pablo Zabaleta lightens the gloom for Manchester City

Stoke 0 Manchester City 1: Poor game sees City win at Stoke for first time in seven attempts but lose Kompany to injury

James Milner hoping to deny Stoke City FA Cup revenge

James Milner is out to repeat his FA Cup-winning experience - and that means denying Stoke revenge for their 2011 Wembley beating.

Clint Dempsey celebrates Tottenham's equaliser against United

The Sports Matrix: Monday 21 January 2013

Tevez ready to head home when contract runs out

Robin van Persie opened the scoring for Manchester United

More to Manchester United than just Robin van Persie insists Alex Ferguson

Striker has made huge impact since joining from Arsenal

Pep Guardiola enjoys another moment of success at Barcelona

James Lawton: Pep Guardiola shows Chelsea that not everyone has their price

Pep Guardiola has balanced the value of mega earnings against that of respect

Michael Johnson was once the subject of a £10m bid by Liverpool

Michael Johnson reveals mental health problems which contributed to end of Manchester City career

Manchester City revealed yesterday that the midfielder had been released

Vincent Kompany makes a challenge on Jack Wilshere which leads to a sending off

Manchester City lodge appeal over Vincent Kompany red card

Captain was sent off against Arsenal for challenge on Jack Wilshere

Jack Rodwell

Jack Rodwell nearing return from injury

Manchester City midfielder has struggled since switch to the Etihad

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