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Controversial Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has pleaded his innocence over the alleged stamp on Tottenham’s Scott Parker. The incident...
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This past weekend, there were a couple of blatant fouls that could have a significant impact on the Premier League title race - and it's pathetic. Webb had his back to Balotelli's stamp In Manchester City's undeserved win over Tottenham, Mario Balotelli and Joleon Lescott should have been sent off for two serious fouls on Scott Parker and Youness Kaboul, respectively...

Balotelli's agent could seek a move from City (AP)

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Manchester City's David Platt suggests club will accept Mario Balotelli’s four-match ban for alleged stamp on Tottenham’s Scott Parker (Goal.com)

The Blues coach has conceded the Italian’s clash with the Spurs midfielder ‘doesn’t look good’ in slow motion, but bemoans the FA’s disciplinary panels lack of consistency

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