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ENGLAND/ MANCHESTER CITY, Barry has urged Mario Balotelli to stay

30.11.2012 10.00 by TM W  read 1287
Source: The Sun
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England midfielder Barry said: “I think he is happy here. If you saw him day to day, you’d see no reason to think he isn’t happy.
“He’s probably not played as much as he would have liked, but he’s kept his head as well as anybody else who isn’t getting chances. At Wigan he started and scored, so that will help.
“He can make a difference. He scored some massive goals last season. If he can repeat that again this season, it will be good for us.”
“Anyone who knows Mario knows he’s not going to lack confidence. If he misses two or three, he’ll keep trying the same things.
“To be fair to Mario, he hasn’t had loads of chances, but when you do get them, you need to take them. He’s taken his chance.
“Hopefully that goal will give him that extra bit of confidence and he can improve from that. It came at a good time and it could be good for Mario — he could go on a run now.”

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