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MAN. CITY, Marwood: "Balotelli must change behaviour"

14.10.2012 08.59 by Marco Gori  read 1630
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As reported by the Daily Mirror, Manchester City football administrator Brian Marwood has declared about 21 year old striker Mario Balotelli: "I think that it’s important to make a good example. I think -and we all know who we are talking about- that you will get people within the system who do not show the right values and the right behaviour. In the main, we have a ­fantastic group of players here. I look at [Pablo] Zabaleta, I look at [Vincent] Kompany, I look at Joe Hart, Gareth Barry and Joleon Lescott. I think we have a lot of players who can behave in the right way. You just have to make sure that THEY are the role models".

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