Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini accepts he could lose his job even if he won the FA Cup - but is thinking only of a long future.
Wigan's mascot for the FA Cup final will be an inspirational four-year-old boy with a rare, life-limiting genetic disorder.
Wigan and Manchester City head to Wembley this weekend for FA Cup final
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has dismissed reports that he will be replaced as boss in the close season as "rubbish"
Mancini was speaking to ITV Sport after his team lost the FA Cup final to Wigan 1-0.
Ben Watson makes it 1-0 to Wigan in the 90th minute
Pablo Zabaleta has become only the third man to be sent off in an FA Cup Final.
Robles; Espinoza, Scharner, Alcaraz, Boyce; McCarthy, McArthur, Gomez; McManaman, Kone, Maloney.
Hart, Zabaletta Kompany Nastasic Clichy, Yaya Toure, Barry, Silva, Aguero, Nasri, Tevez
Four-year-old Joe Kendrick from Standish has been chosen as the Wigan mascot for their FA Cup clash with Manchester City.
Joe, who has a rare genetic disorder, met Roberto Martinez ahead of tomorrow's game.
90 thousand football fans are expected at Wembley tomorrow to cheer on Manchester City and Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup final.
City are favourites to claim the trophy, with Wigan's preparations over shadowed by their battle against relegation.
But such big games have a habit of prooving the pundits wrong.
Paul Crone has joined fans at the railway station waiting to wave off the town's team:-
Hundreds of fans have turned out in Wigan to wave off the Latics as they head to Wembley to face Manchester City in their first ever FA cup final.
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