Date: 7th December 2012 at 8:15am
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has claimed Manchester City are like Manchester United’s little brother, and feels they will never be able to change the natural order of United dominance in the city.

Man City got one over on their rivals, winning the league with the last kick of the season and managed to beat United both home, mauling Sir Alex’s side 6-1 at Old Trafford, and away.

The city is buzzing ahead of the first derby of the season, and whilst City appear to have the upper hand former Manchster United striker feels it is only temporary and United will never be over taken by Roberto Mancini’s men.

Speaking to BBC’s Football Focus, the current Molde manager said:

“When you get disappointments, you bounce back.

“It’s always this thing about being the big brother and the little brother coming to try to overtake the big brother.

“That always happens in families and in clubs – the young player hoping to take the old player’s position – and City are hoping to overtake United. I don’t think they’ll ever be able to.”


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