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VIDEO: Mancini - Balotelli going nowhere

Rumours are starting to link Man City striker Mario Balotelli with an Eastland's exit already.

This, according to City manager Roberto Mancini, is not going to happen even though Balotelli was spotted having lunch with Milan officials during the week.

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Date:Saturday November 20 2010

Time: 9:02AM

Your Comments

Going nowhere - except maybe on a "How to deal with the media" course?
fifthcolumnblue
I agree FCB - maybe they'll send him on the same one that AJ went on after the England game.
Thaibluefan
city will break the top 4 this season and all will be fine
rabit71
The problem with Balotelli is that his future with us, to me, seems permanently linked to Mancini's. If Mancini is cut, then Balotelli will be the first to walk. I don't think he will be leaving easily as long as we have Mancini though. Seeing him against Wolves (first 20 min before the whole team went to hell) and West Brom (before the sending off) showed what those who have seen him before knew - we have one of the most gifted young footballers in modern times, whose only challenge is his own mentality.
StuMCFC
The man came with a big reputation for both his skill and his moments of madness. Media talk will always dig for the worst they can find and give it a twist.
SFC Forever
going nowhere, no not if you raise his salaries, because like the rest of the squad, he doesnt give a f... about city..
nordkap
 

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