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Vast Majority Want Balotelli Out

Our last Vital Manchester City front page poll question asked...

What should City do with Mario Balotelli?

This followed Mario's red card against Dynamo Kyiv last night.

The result is in descending order:

Sell in the summer - 58%
Keep him and suffer his tantrums - 30%
Mario who? - 10%
Loan him out - 2%

Oh dear, perhaps its time for this...



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 18 2011

Time: 7:53PM

Your Comments

Guess I've always enjoyed swimming against the current - the guy has made a few mistakes to be sure, but I think those calling for his head need to take a step back and think about things, as decisions made in anger seldom tend to be the correct ones. This really could be the watershed moment for Mario - if he realises how much he's upset everyone he might try to grow up a bit. If not then I guess it's his career that will surffer. P.S. I notice that a lot of people are blaming Mario for our exit from the Europa League. The two soft goals we conceded in Kiev might have had more of an impact on the tie, don't you think?
fifthcolumnblue
true but didnt mario come out at half time in an unfit state? from a neutral standpoint he cost you both legs with his behavior. exceptoinal talent though. catch 22?
mrmobb
I wasn't initially of the opinion that he needs help, but reading around, many have suggested he does. Perhaps it's worth a try, because he's obviously not right, and clearly very talented. Depends how he feels about it I suppose. He needs to be aware of how he affects others, and I'm not sure he is.
George C
 

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