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Source: The Guradian

Dominant Manchester City show how vast the gulf has become with United

Thursday 17:15 GMT

In prospect, six weeks ago, in that golden age when Manchester United didn’t have a permanent manager, the derby looked like being the biggest obstacle between Manchester City and retaining the league title.

Yet in the moment, once the initial United surge was over – there was, at least, some sort of reaction to Sunday’s humiliation at Everton – the overwhelming sense was of how vast the gulf between the sides has become.

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Source: Global News

Guerrero belts another home run for Bisons

Thursday 20:00 GMT

Batting third as the designated hitter, Guerrero went 2-for-5, including the go-ahead home run in the seventh, as the Bisons beat the Syracuse Mets 5-4.

As it landed over the right-field fence for a solo home run, Guerrero appeared one step closer to his major-league debut. Wednesday marked the first time the Toronto Blue Jays’ top prospect played three games in as many days for triple-A Buffalo since suffering an oblique injury in spring training last month.

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Source: BBC

Man Utd v Man City: Pep Guardiola surprised by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer comments

Thursday 02:24 GMT

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is amazed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's pre-derby warning to his Manchester United players that they should be ready to be kicked at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

Guardiola has previously denied accusations he tells his teams to commit 'tactical fouls' to halt opposition counter-attacks. Privately, City are bemused at United letting Solskjaer speak about the issue, mainly because the statistics do not back up the Norwegian's view.

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Source: BBC

Billy McNeill: Former Celtic captain & manager dies aged 79

Wednesday 06:04 GMT

McNeill led Celtic when they beat Inter Milan 2-1 in 1967 and captained the club to nine successive titles, seven Scottish Cups and six League Cups.

In May 2017, McNeill was able to attend an event at Glasgow City Chambers, to mark the 50th anniversary of Celtic's triumph over Inter Milan in Lisbon.


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