‘I’d run through a wall for Gareth’: Delph eager for Nations League glory | Paul MacInnes

The Manchester City midfielder has barely played since the turn of the year and with other players jaded by a long season is desperate to play a part in making history in Portugal

Fabian Delph is looking back on his fourth year at Manchester City and his role within the squad. “In the second half of the season I never played,” he says. “But every time it’s a home game, I’m there and I’m ranting and raving. I’m speaking to people one to one, effing and jeffing, getting the team going.

“It’s always difficult when you’re not involved, and I go in with the mindset that I’ll probably take a bit of a back seat, just have a quiet word and then I end up like: ‘Come on then lads!’ It’s just in me, it’s how I’ve always been and it probably won’t change.”

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