Pep Guardiola has said Manchester City are ready to help Gabriel Jesus if the striker finds life hard now his family have returned to Brazil.
They have lightened the load a little with the huge victory over Burton, with Guardiola set to put out a second-string side for the second leg against the League One club.
'The private life is the private life and if they need something we are there. Sometimes we judge the players, we don't know what is happening in the private life. We are there to help, ' Guardiola said.
Pep Guardiola has confirmed they are making good progress and could be in contention for a place in the side in Monday's crucial Premier League encounter.
Eddie Murphy set to return for 'Coming to America' sequel
It's a stone-cold classic, in other words, which means we're as excited by the prospect of a sequel as we are nervous about it. Coming To America 2 will follow the story of Prince Akeem's return to America after discovering that he has a long lost son.
Guardiola said City "try to take care of all of us", but admitted the club "cannot substitute the mother or family".
"Sergio was sick after the Liverpool game but joined in the training session today", he added. "But it is what it is and he has to handle that situation".
"If you have no injuries and you are satisfied, like in our case, with your players and your squad you have, we decided, going well or going bad, to go with the players we had at the start of the season". He has incredible relationship with the Brazilian guys, like Danilo, Fernandinho, Bernardo, many, many players here.
'I think it won't be a problem for the next months'.
Central defender Vincent Kompany has also been struggling since the Liverpool game, Guardiola revealed. "I don't know what more we can do".
Adrien Broner is a very talented fighter and I want him to win because we need more black people doing better in life. He was asked by a reporter about the drama surrounding Broner ahead of the fight and said he is not focusing on that.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is on the receiving end of a lawsuit from the owners of "Choose Your Own Adventure " books. Let's just get this out of the way: I hated Netflix's Black Mirror movie, Bandersnatch .
Authorities asked people to avoid the area. "My first thoughts are with those who have been injured and their families". Police chief Charles Bordeleau said "several people were trapped on the upper level" of the bus before being freed.
While the Golden State Warriors have been dominant this year, it hasn't been their best season record-wise. But, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Tuesday that Cousins has "gotten through a barrier" in his recovery.
Prior to her tenure at NBC, she spent over a decade in various roles at Fox News. "I want to look at everything", she said. NBC News reported Kelly will leave the network with the remainder of her three-year, $69 million deal - about $30 million.
Instead of pushing the fictional Vegan-Bro diatribe in a new direction, Paul began breaking down his 4-month behavioral plan. The entire conversation is borderline incomprehensible, but not trouble-free.
Police have quickly ruled out any terror link or link to the ongoing yellow vest protests planned for the city later on Saturday. Photos shared on social media show the windows blown out of the building with rubble strewn across the street.
With Meng's arrest in Vancouver in December, the relation between China and Canada are already strained. Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor remain in custody and have had scant access to Canadian authorities.
After the 2016 season, the Sox renewed Betts - who was not yet eligible for salary arbitration - at $950,000. Those who could not come to terms with teams are expected to head to an arbitration hearing.
Barca prepare sensational Coutinho -Neymar swap
That's because some of the bonus clauses they are entitled to following Coutinho's departure would be rendered obsolete. The first of these would see Liverpool receive £4.4 million for every 25 league games Coutinho played, up to 100.
Halep falls to Barty in Sydney second round
French Open champion Halep, 27, who was runner-up at last year's Australian Open, has started 2019 without a coach. France's Gilles Simon will take on another Australian, John Millman.
Suspicious packages sent to embassies in Australia
Victoria Police confirmed a number of consulates in Melbourne received suspicious packages in what it said was a targeted attack. On Monday, the Sydney-based Argentinian consulate was evacuated for more than an hour after reports of suspicious white powder.
Australia to ‘carefully consider’ Saudi woman’s asylum plea
She was reportedly taken to a detention center in the Saudi capital and little more regarding her location or condition is known. She was forced to return to Saudi Arabia and was not publicly heard from again, according to activists tracking her whereabouts.