Eriksson: No problems with Thaksin

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Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has taken issue with Thaksin Shinawatra over remarks made by him but insists he has no problems with the club owner.

The former Thai Prime Minister this week stated there would be a review of the club at the end of the season and that led to speculation Eriksson´s job could be on the line.

Speaking ahead of Sunday´s Barclays Premier League home match against Portsmouth, Eriksson said: "It would have been better if he had not said what he did at this moment. But it [his remarks] is out there. If that is his opinion, it is okay. It is not a big problem for me. I will do the job as if those things had not been said."

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