Manchester United defender Chris Smalling has a broken toe which will rule him out for up to four weeks, according to Sky sources.If confirmed, the 26-year-old looks set to miss the Old Trafford showdown with Arsenal on November 19, live on Sky Sports 1.Smalling missed the 3-1 victory at Swansea last Sunday and it is understood he aggravated the injury during a light training session earlier this week. The centre-back and fellow England defender Luke Shaw appeared to be the subject of Jose Mourinhos disapproval after the Swansea win when the manager argued there are those who are brave and ones for whom a little pain can make a difference, adding you have to go to the limit.The questioning of the players pain threshold would suggest the duo were only suffering minor issues but it now seems Smalling may be on the sidelines until after Christmas. Bodies on the line Jose Mourinho issues warning to United players Gareth Southgate left both United defenders out of his squad for Fridays World Cup qualifier against Scotland and Tuesdays friendly with Spain, saying there was obviously something wrong with them.Obviously its a difficult one because I dont know the reason for the comments Joses made, Southgate said. Former Celtic striker Andy Walker told SSNHQ he thought Mourinho was trying to force Smalling and Shaw out of the club, while Professional Footballers Association chief executive Gordon Taylor expressed his disappointment with the United managers public criticism. Premier League highlights of Swansea 1-3 Manchester Utd on November 6 On Mourinhos comments, Gary Neville, who worked with Smalling as England assistant boss, said: Having worked with [Smalling] for four years he has always been incredibly impeccable and trustworthy, someone I always felt would run through a brick wall, so I am surprised.Smalling last featured in Uniteds 4-0 drubbing by Chelsea on October 23 and has featured in seven of the teams 11 Premier League games this season. Man Utd vs Arsenal November 19, 2016, 11:30am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Mourinho is already without centre-back Eric Bailly until Christmas with a knee injury, while right-back Antonio Valenica has undergone surgery on a fractured arm.Watch Manchester United v Arsenal, live on Sky Sports 1, Sunday November 19 from 11.30amAlso See:Jose questions player attitudesGary Neville on Mourinho and SmallingJose trying to force out playersUnited breeze past SwanseaAir Force 1 Schwarz Deutschland . -- Al Jefferson found a groove just in time for the Charlotte Bobcats. Nike Air Presto Schwarz Günstig . -- Sergey Tolchinksy scored his second goal of the game 3:56 into overtime as the Sault Ste. http://www.airforce1gunstig.de/air-force-1-just-do-it-deutschland.html . Louis Blues. Shane Hnidy joins Brian Munz for the broadcast on TSN 1290 Radio at 7pm ct. Günstige Nike Air Force 1 . Jane Virtanen scored two, and Alex Roach and Elliott Peterson rounded out the offence for the Hitmen (40-15-6). Brady Brassart chipped in with three assists. Colton McCarthy scored twice, Brayden Point had a goal and two assists, and Jack Rodewald also scored for the Warriors (15-35-9), who were 2 for 5 on the power play. Nike Presto Off White Fake Kaufen .J. -- Marty Brodeur beat the Pittsburgh Penguins yet again.LONG POND, Pa. -- Martin Truex Jr. has one of his four career Sprint Cup wins at Pocono Raceway.He added his 10th career pole, too.Truex extended Toyotas recent romp, and turned a lap of 179.244 mph to win the pole Friday.Truex and Carl Edwards made it a 1-2 Toyota front row. Edwards just missed the top spot for Joe Gibbs Racing with a lap of 178.873 and he thought his No. 19 Toyota might have had enough to best Truexs chart-topping speed.That must have felt really good because mine was great, Edwards said.Toyota has 10 wins this season and nine in the last 15 races, highlighted by consecutive wins by JGR drivers Matt Kenseth at New Hampshire and Kyle Busch last weekend at the Brickyard.Its a really neat time to be driving a Toyota for Joe Gibbs, Edwards said. Hopefully, we can keep this rolling.Truex won his third pole of the season in the Furniture Row Racing No. 78 Toyota and the 10th of his career. His win this season at Charlotte Motor Speedway might have been the most dominant performance by any Toyota driver in a race in years.Paul Menard, Denny Hamlin and Ryan Newman completed the top five.Driving for Richard Childress Racing, Menard posted the surprise performances of the day at Pocono. Menard has just two top-10 finishes all season and showed no signs of developing into a threat for making the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.But a crew chief switch might make the difference.Menard topped the lone practice chart in his first race weekend with crew chief Danny Stockman. RCR dumped Justin Alexander for Stockman for Menards stretch run.Stockman has won two Xfinity championships during his seven years at RCR and he and Menard worked together in that series, including a win last year at Road America.Menard made Sprint Cups championship chase last year, but stands 23rd -- and out of the playoffs -- with just six races left in the regular season.RCR as a whole, we dont like to suck, Stockman said. We have been really digging hard as a company to not suck. Its not fun. Your people get beat down. Everybody at the shop, we have all the tools to do this right.RCR had a rare stout day at the track, with three drivers in top 12. Austin Dillon was 12th.Here are other items of note from Friday at Pocono:KEZELOWSKIS RECOVERY:Brad Keselowski starts seventh only days aftter he was involved in a brutal wreck during a test session at Watkins Glen.ddddddddddddHe slammed nose-first into a protective tire barrier coming out of the first turn and tore up the entire front end of the No. 2 Ford. The Team Penske driver walked away unhurt and he blamed an improperly installed brake line on the crash.Keselowski, the 2012 Sprint Cup champion, said the latest wreck at The Glen has him concerned about the safety of drivers on road course tracks.Theres only so many of those hits youre gonna take before someone gets killed, Keselowski said. Its just the way it is. I know that. Its not something Im comfortable with. ... Odds are, that if 100 people take that hit, one or two are not gonna be standing here anymore.GORDONS RUNSix-time Pocono winner Jeff Gordon qualified -- yup, 24th -- in his second race driving for the injured Dale Earnhardt Jr.Earnhardt missed his third straight race because of concussion-like symptoms and there is no timetable for his return.Gordon came out of retirement to drive Earnhardts No. 88 Chevrolet. His familiar No. 24 now belongs to fellow Hendrick Motorsports driver Chase Elliott.Earnhardt warned Monday that his return to NASCAR could take longer than planned.I wish Dale a speedy recovery. Id like him to be back in the car, Gordon said. But at the same time if hes not, I feel like each time Im in the car Ill be more confident and comfortable to get better results.QUALIFYING HICCUPCup qualifying was pushed back about 20 minutes because of a glitch in the Laser Inspection Station. Several cars had not passed inspection when qualifying was scheduled to start. Kyle Busch did not pass inspection until the final minutes of the first round of qualifying.HARVICKS STARTKevin Harvick starts 17th with Dax Gerringer serving as his interim crew chief.NASCAR suspended Rodney Childers for an improperly installed lug nut at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Childers is the fifth crew chief suspended over a lug nut rule instituted by NASCAR earlier this season. The rule was put in place because teams were not applying all five lug nuts properly in an effort to have faster pit stops.Gerringer is Harvicks race engineer. ' ' '