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Mario Balotelli’s 20m move to Liverpool

Controversial AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli is reportedly on the brink of a shock move to Liverpool.

Will Balotelli’s love lead to World Cup goals?

Will he be selected to face England? Will he be on song? Will becoming engaged just three days before the World Cup starts distract Mario Balotelli?

Man City’s ‘unmanageable’ Balotelli heads to tribunal

With a tribunal on the horizon over a club-imposed fine, Mario Balotelli is fast becoming the Christmas gift Manchester City could not give away.

Fergie: If City beat us, they deserve to win the league

The destiny of the Premier League title will be firmly in City's hands if they beat leaders Man United at home on Monday, Alex Ferguson has said.

Balotelli on borrowed time as City’s title bid fades

Mario Balotelli's Manchester City future was in the balance after manager Roberto Mancini admitted his patience with the striker was wearing thin.

Balotelli, Toure racially abused, claim City

Manchester City have claimed Mario Balotelli and Yaya Toure were racially abused by fans during their Europa League clash against Porto.

Mad, bad, breathtaking Balotelli

The Manchester City striker's sharp Mohican says it all: this Italian takes no prisoners.

Man City confirm Nasri deal is done

Manchester City have signed France midfielder Samir Nasri from Arsenal on a four-year contract and could play with his new shirt on Sunday.

Man City probe Balotelli dart incident

Manchester City are investigating media reports that troublesome Italian striker Mario Balotelli threw a dart at youth-team players.

Arsenal, Man City ease to wins in FA Cup

Arsenal routed Leyton Orient 5-0 in a fifth-round FA Cup replay and Manchester City eased past Aston Villa to make the quarter-finals on Wednesday.

I’m no bad boy, says Balotelli

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini introduced Mario Balotelli as someone who could become one of the greatest footballers in the world.

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