Arsene Wenger has revealed his admiration for the "respect" in sumo wrestling following the Manchester derby 'tussle in the tunnel'. Former Arsenal captain and current Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta was left with a head wound and Jose Mourinho had milk thrown towards him following an altercation over City's post-match celebrations after a 2-1 win at Old Trafford.
Pep Guardiola has defended Manchester City's dressing-room celebrations at Old Trafford, insisting he encouraged them. Both City and Manchester United have been asked for their observations by the FA over a tussle which broke out next to the changing rooms following Sunday's dramatic 2-1 victory for City in the Premier League. No punches were thrown, according to Sky sources, but City coach Mikel Arteta was left with a cut to the head.
Vincent Kompany will miss Manchester City's game against Swansea on Wednesday but his injury is not as bad as first feared, says Pep Guardiola. Kompany was substituted at half-time in City's 2-1 win over Manchester United in Sunday's Manchester derby at Old Trafford due to a muscular problem. The defender was just four games into his return from an 11-week absence due to a calf injury.
Besiktas will not take away fans to the Allianz Arena for their away tie against Bayern Munich due to safety concerns, as with when they faced RB Leipzig in the group stage.
Fantastic fan footage by @Fulham1879FanTV here. From 11min40secs in a number of #BCFC players speak to fans outside the ground, before Steve Cotterill takes a few supporters aside to explain himself.
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