Published: Sun, February 11, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Newcastle United fans will love Islam Slimani's latest comments

Newcastle United fans will love Islam Slimani's latest comments

"I think it's hard, honestly, I've always felt lovely matches but hard".

Manchester United bounced back from their 2-0 defeat at Tottenham with a comfortable triumph by the same scoreline over Huddersfield at Old Trafford last time out.

Having his sort of presence in the final third is what Benitez has been searching for, although he is not promising that Newcastle will start defensively against Manchester United - like they did against Manchester City at St James' on Boxing Day.

Newcastle United are on the verge of the relegation zone and in dire need of points.

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"He's happy in Naples, Jorginho is happy and the city is very lovely".

During his time at the King Power stadium, Slimani played under three different managers in Claudio Ranieri, Craig Shakespeare and Claude Puel and is already clearly impressed by his new boss Rafael Benitez. "Slimani has been part of the training session so we will see". On Sunday, Jose Mourinho will be without just four first-team players.

Ahead of the Red Devils' away trip to Newcastle United, Mourinho was asked about Shaw's performances and his mindset on the player.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to training but remains a doubt to feature in the Premier League fixture against Newcastle United on Sunday. I'm not free of losing my temper, my control in one match.

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Manchester United blamed US President Donald Trump's corporate tax reforms as the reason the Premier League giants posted a £29 million ($40.4 million) second quarter loss to the end of December 2017 despite a boom in broadcast income.

"It depends how the pundits want to analyse the game".

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"We were in the game the last time against Man City, each game has its own tactics".

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"In terms of results it has not been good, but sometimes we have deserved more", Benitez said.

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