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SHOWS: DORTMUND, GERMANY (DECEMBER 3, 2012) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MANCHESTER CITY COACH ROBERTO MANCINI SAYING: "We are a good team. We are a good club and we want to play well tomorrow, we want to try to win and we bring here all the players that are available for tomorrow. The others stayed at home because they are injured. The players that are here will do everything to win this game. Also I think it will be difficult because I think Borussia at the moment is one of the best teams in Europe" 2. JOURNALIST WRITING 3. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MANCHESTER CITY COACH ROBERTO MANCINI SAYING: "I think that we are disappointed because we wanted to go on the second stage this year, but I think that in football we need to learn also if there are other teams that play better than you and deserve to go through, we should accept this" STORY: Manchester City face Borussia Dortmund away in their Champions League Group D game on Tuesday (December 4) and coach Roberto Maninci wants to win against the odds. England's current top team entered the Champions League in September full of hope, but they now travel to Dortmund with only a consolation prize on offer. An unlikely victory at leaders Dortmund will probably be enough to take third spot in Group D with Ajax Amsterdam, the English club's rivals for a Europa League spot, away at second-placed Real Madrid. But whatever happens the sense of anti-climax will still hang heavy over big-spending City. Mancini said that his players would still be aiming for a victory in Germany, but admitted that perhaps his team hadn't deserved to qualify. "I think that we are disappointed because we wanted to go on the second stage this year but I think that in football we need to learn also if there are other teams that play better than you and deserve to go through, we should accept this," he told his news conference. City will want to end their Group D campaign on a high, while Dortmund are already assured of top spot whatever the result of Tuesday's match. Bundesliga champions Dortmund are going into the game after a confidence-boosting 1-1 draw at Bayern Munich on Saturday (December 1) kept them in the race to defend their title.