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Ex Blue Lightweight On Anti Manchester Bandwagon

Powder puff AC Milan striker Robinho has added his inconsiderable weight to hack questions regarding Mario Balotelli's recent homesick for Italy comments...

The Brazilian chancer, famously double subbed at Everton by Roberto Mancini such was the hopelessness of his little boy lost appearance was the beneficiary of relentless preferential treatment during his time in Manchester. Yet he's gone out of his way to diss the city again:

'It doesn't surprise me. Balotelli is not the first one to have difficulty in that city. I don't know if he will decide to stay or go. But I admit that I understand him. You don't live well in Manchester.'

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Writer: Johnny Baguette VMC Newsdesk Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 5 2011

Time: 1:30PM

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He doesn't know any better. He's a child.
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05/08/2011 14:13:00

i don't take any notice of comments from actors or charlatans
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05/08/2011 14:31:00

Its about time the club as well as players past and present started to answer back to these overpaid fools. We're getting attacked from all angles and we as fans should take an active role in standing up for ourselves. These idiots are damaging our reputation as a city. A lot of people who were thinking about coming for a visit will be put off by things like this. But a lot of people have a good time here and we should be looking at doing some positive PR with them as a basis. It seems to be mainly our players but it affects everyone blue and red so we have to fight back. Rolling over is not an option. People will respect us more if we fight back.
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05/08/2011 15:36:00

I can't imagine too many people taking too much notice of Balotelli, Robinho or Tevez.
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05/08/2011 16:45:00


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