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Guardiola mocks Mourinho’s ‘long ball’ Man Utd and Fellaini

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has again branded Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United as “long ball”.

Guardiola made the claim when discussing how Premier League clubs support the England national team.

He told the BBC: “I don’t think so. You see for example you see the national team, Dier, Dele Alli, Marcus Rashford, John Stones, Kyle Walker, Henderson, Lallana – these are players who have the quality to play.

“I see Chelsea, I see Tottenham, they want to play, they like to play, and build up, so when United play long balls, second balls they play to Fellaini and Pogba after they have the quality to play.”

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