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Paolo Di Canio said that if players turned up with mobile phones, he would throw them in the sea

Paolo Di Canio labels Lee Catermole and Phil Bardsley 'rotten' and claims Sunderland captain John O'Shea is two-faced

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Phil Jones misses his penalty for Manchester United

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David Moyes smiles after Manchester United beat Swansea 2-0

Manuel Pellegrini insists he is taking it one game at a time as Manchester City reach Capital One Cup final

City swept West Ham aside in the semi-final, winning 9-0 on aggregate

Manchester United v Sunderland: Tom Cleverley admits United have re-set targets for the season

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