Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was reluctant to be drawn into the conversation surrounding the lifting of Manchester City's European ban.
City won an appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport against their two-year exclusion from European competition on Monday, which had been imposed by UEFA for alleged Financial Fair Play breaches.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho branded the CAS decision a "a disgrace" and Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said Monday was not "a good day for football", but Solskjaer was more withdrawn when asked about it.
"Well, I think other people can debate that and they want to debate that," the United boss said. "I don't think that's my job.
"My job is to make sure that we focus on the next game and that we just do the right things.
"But with Financial Fair Play, it was brought into keep football and football clubs financially sustainable and I think that's important and they also give us rules to adhere to.
"That's what we're focusing on and let other people discuss what's right and wrong and what's happened."
Solskjaer started the press conference by praising Marcus Rashford, who became the youngest person to receive an honorary doctorate from The University of Manchester for his work campaigning against child poverty.
"We're so proud of Marcus," the United boss said. "I've said it a few times, but he's a great person and great human being.
"He cares about so much more than himself and the work he's done shows he cares so much more about others than himself.
"So, very proud of him and hopefully he'll keep his personality for the rest of his life, just keep on being yourself."