Man United’s Chris Smalling in race against time to face Spurs – sources

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The FC guys believe Manchester United and Arsenal will put it all on the line when they face off in the FA Cup fourth round. Mark Ogden and the FC crew explain why they aren't falling in love with the idea of making Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Manchester United's permanent manager. Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is running out of time to prove his fitness ahead of the trip to Tottenham on Sunday, sources have told ESPN FC.
The centre-back trained away from the main group at the Nad Al Sheba Sport Complex in Dubai on Tuesday as he continued his recovery from a foot injury.
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Fear, paranoia, difficult behaviour and constant battling with club officials and players led to the inevitable, writes Rob Dawson. The greatest game never played When Boca Juniors and River Plate were set to meet in Argentina's most important match, Buenos Aires lost its mind, writes Wright Thompson. – Fantasy: Set lineups, check scores! Smalling has missed the last six games but caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had hoped to have the 29-year-old available at Wembley.
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