“It is difficult to take when you lose a big game to see the 100 per cent celebration of the other side. It is almost like an offensive experience. That’s why when I was in Japan I liked sumo. In sumo, you can never tell the guy who wins. He doesn’t show his happiness out of respect to his opponent. That shows how deep the culture of respect for each other is there. Is it something we can repeat here? I don’t know because it is not part of our culture.”

Manchester United and Manchester City could learn a thing or two from sumo wrestlers after Sunday’s derby clash at Old Trafford reportedly descended into a post-march fracas, according to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

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