Jose Mourinho Slates Man City's 'Classless' New Documentary

Everyone is expecting Klopp's side to finish in the top four. Image PA Images

Everyone is expecting Klopp's side to finish in the top four. Image PA Images

Pep Guardiola has suggested Manchester City would be reluctant to swap venues for their two Premier League fixtures against Tottenham this season.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has slammed Manchester City over their self-congratulatory documentary.

In one episode, narrator Ben Kingsley describes City's 2-1 victory at Old Trafford in December as "Guardiola versus Mourinho; possession versus defence; attacking football versus park-the-bus".

After sustaining the injury in training on Wednesday, De Bruyne appeared at the premiere of All or Nothing, a documentary about last season's champions to be aired on Amazon Prime, on crutches and with his right knee in a brace.

Discussing the documentary, Mourinho told Sky Sports: 'You can have a fantastic movie while respecting others. "You don't need to be disrespectful to have a fantastic movie", Mourinho said.

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After a frustrating transfer window, the theme of spending is certainly on Mourinho's mind.

He comes here on Monday [before the Leicester game], he trains for three days, I asked for his support, for his contribution in an important match for us when the team had difficulties, and he did it did better and for more time than we could expect.

Speaking in an interview with BetVictor, Owen said: "If the opening fixtures have been hard for Arsenal the same can certainly be said of Huddersfield Town, who travel to champions Manchester City on Sunday after their opening weekend home loss to Chelsea".

'The biggest investment [for Spurs] was keeping all their best players.

"The top six look very good and are going to be very competitive, so it's going to be tough for us again this season - we know that - but I think we just need to focus on us a bit more and concentrate on how we're going to approach games and let's see where it takes us".

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