Evening report: February 12

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Wayne Rooney believes Manchester United are in a 'great position' following their weekend victory against Everton.

Speaking exclusively to GiveMeFootball, Rooney said moving 12 points ahead of Manchester City was 'massive' for the Premier League leaders.

Roberto Mancini is reportedly unlikely to be saved from the chop, even if he wins the FA Cup, and could lose his job in the coming weeks.

This weekend's FA Cup meeting with Leeds could reportedly prove decisive to the Italian's future at the Etihad Stadium.

Former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu has criticised Roman Abramovich over the sacking of Roberto di Matteo.

Petrescu, who is now manager of Dinamo Moscow, says Di Matteo was doing a 'great job' and deserved to stay at Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham are fearing a late charge from rivals Arsenal, according to Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

Arsenal are four points behind fourth placed Spurs, and Lloris is concerned the Gunners will make up the deficit.

Barcelona star Andres Iniesta has no doubt Pep Guardiola will succeed as manager of Bayern Munich.

Guardiola, says Iniesta, will be an instant hit at the Allianz Arena because he always gives 100 percent.

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