Found December 31, 2012 on Fox Soccer:
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Roberto Mancini admits he might be forced to consider signing some new players in the January transfer window. The Manchester City manager is concerned his squad will struggle to cope with injuries and players leaving for the Africa Cup of Nations, and has ruled out selling any players. It has been suggested that Mario Balotelli could be on his way back to Milan. The Toure brothers - Yaya and Kolo - will be away on international duty for four weeks. When asked if he might consider investing in new faces, Mancini said: "Probably. We can't sell players. We don't have enough players to play if we sell players. "We can have a problem because we lose three players and we have Micah Richards, I don't think he play until the end of February. "Jack Rodwell - we don't know when he can play. Maybe we can recover Aleksandar Kolarov in two weeks. We will see this in next days." Maicon has also been receiving treatment for a knee injury in Italy while Ba...
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