Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho has continued his war of words with England manager Gareth Southgate.
Southgate claimed that he was under pressure to withdraw players at the risk of picking up injuries.
Raheem Sterling missed England's games during the FIFA break, but Pep Guardiola revealed he returned to training on Friday ahead of Saturday's clash against Spurs.
"I would like him to say who. I would like him to say which are the coaches who put pressure on the players not to go? And I would like him to say which are the coaches that he calls and speaks on the phone with them.
"Apart from that, he has the right, he has the power to call the players he wants. He wants to win matches, especially after a defeat, the next match even being a dead rubber is an important match. I sympathise with that.
And of course we all know Sterling will play tomorrow. When Eric Dier left the national team injured in the previous month, he didn't play two matches for Tottenham. He didn't play a Premier League match and a Europa League match. He needed a cEouple of weeks to recover and Raheem is going to play tomorrow.
"These are the little details I think Gareth should explain to us all. Apart from that, I totally support him in the fact that in the national team, in a country like England, the Three Lions on the shirt is always to be respected and he plays with the players he wants to play.
"I'm OK with that [Kane starting against Iceland]. A national team match should never be a dead rubber like you call it. The only problem for me is should be the same for everybody, not just for some."
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