Old Trafford & Mario Balotelli

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Mario Barwuah Balotelli (born 12 August 1990) is an Italian footballer who plays as a striker for Manchester City and the Italian national team. 5.0/5

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Mario Balotelli: "Swansea is the only club to. have two Stadiums, The Liberty for matches and. Old Trafford for Training."
Mario Balotelli lays into Manchester United after Sergio Aguero's goal at Old ... - Daily Mail
Rodgers rues missing alexis Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted to his frustration at missing out on Alexis Sanchez in the summer. This season the Anfield side have struggled to fill the vacuum left by Luis Suarez's departure to Barcelona - their cause not helped by Daniel Sturridge's ongoing injury issues and Mario Balotelli's battle for fitness and form.Liverpool tackle Arsenal this weekend in the Sky Live Super Sunday game looking for a response to last week's defeat at Old Trafford and Rodgers is fully aware of the threat Sanchez - who has 14 goals to his name - will pose to his team.
Balotelli, Lallana and Kolo injury update - Liverpool will *** the fitness of Mario Balotelli to determine whether he'll be in contention to face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Jonny Evans could start for Manchester United after replacing the injured Chris Smalling during the first half of Monday's win at Southampton. The quintet of Angel Di Maria, Luke Shaw, Rafael, Phil Jones and Daley Blind remain on the sidelines. Liverpool's Adam Lallana is available despite having two cracked ribs, while Kolo Toure (groin) should be fit. Mario Balotelli has returned to training and could be involved after a six-match absence with a groin injury. Many wise old sages have stated that it's better to be a lucky manager than a good one, and Manchester United's latest win at Southampton on Monday will have had some thinking that in Louis Van Gaal, they might just have both together. His record shows he's good - very, very good - but to see his team win with a performance the Dutchman put mildly himself as "not good enough" suggested being somewhat blessed too. Others went much further, and the numbers backed them up: United had three shots on goal - their fewest in a league game since Opta start ...
Morning paper talk Morning paper talk All the top stories making the back pages of Saturday's papers. Daily Mail Steve Bruce is ready to terminate Hatem Ben Arfa's loan spell at Hull City after dragging him off just 35 minutes into their 3-0 defeat at Manchester United. Bruce is furious with Ben Arfa for his attitude during the clash. Nigel Pearson has refused to apologise to a Leicester City supporter despite footage having emerged of him appearing to tell the fan to 'f*** off and die'.The Foxes boss admitted he regretted the incident but says he sees 'no need to apologise to someone of that ilk'. Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has been charged by the Football Association for posting an allegedly abusive or insulting image on social media. Louis Van Gaal will allow his players to have Christmas dinner at home with their families before reporting to Manchester United’s team hotel for the Boxing Day clash with Newcastle at Old Trafford. THE SUN Nigel Pearson is involved in a new row after he told Leic ...
When Mario Balotelli scored for his Manchester City side at the Old Trafford home of their bitter rivals three years ago, he lifted his sky blue shirt to reveal a message asking the question 'Why Always Me?'.
MAVHARIVHARI (Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL UPDATES - Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal wants to sign Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, 27, in a £34m deal that would take the two-year transfer spend at Old Trafford through the £200m barrier. - United could use the Italian club's interest in striker Javier Hernandez, 26, to help secure a deal for Vidal. - Arsenal and Manchester United have received a huge boost in their pursuit of Roma defender Mehdi Benatia, 27, after the Italian club scrapped a proposed meeting with potential suitors Bayern Munich. - Arsenal are set to move for Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho, 22, after the Portuguese club lowered their asking price. - Southampton have made a move for Atletico Madrid defender Toby Alderweireld and hope to beat Monaco to a deal for the 25-year-old Belgium international. - Tottenham are willing to meet the £8m release clause of Sevilla captain and Argentina defender Federico Fazio, 27, according to the La Liga club's sporting director Monchi. ...
We've come up with our top five favourite Mario Balotelli moments which include fighting with Roberto Mancini and that famous celebration at Old Trafford. Wh...
TRANSFER GOSSIP England forward Danny Welbeck, 23, has been told he can leave Manchester United as Louis Van Gaal continues to reshape his squad - and Tottenham are interested. (Times, subscription required) Former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o, 33, has had a medical at Liverpool and will sign a one-year deal. (Daily Mirror) Samuel Eto'o has scored 56 goals in 118 appearances for Cameroon Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has not given up on signing Liverpool striker Fabio Borini, 23, and wants to bring two more players in on loan too. (Daily Express) Barcelona made a £48m bid for 26-year-old Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria, but it was instantly turned down by Real president Florentino Perez. (sport.es) Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, 21, has turned his back on a return to Old Trafford by signing a new five-year deal with Italian giants Juventus. (Daily Star) Liverpool have told striker Mario Balotelli, 24, he will lose £2m a year if he misbehaves after he agreed to a significant pay cut to ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Chelsea's Eden Hazard has been linked with a return to France Chelsea will not let Eden Hazard, 23, join Paris St-Germain and the French champions have all but given up hope of signing the Belgian international, says coach Laurent Blanc. Manchester United defender Alexander Buttner is leaving Old Trafford because new boss Louis Van Gaal doesn't rate him. Former England left-back Ashley Cole, 33, is considering offers from AC Milan and Barcelona after being released by Chelsea. Arsenal's and Liverpool's pursuit of Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has taken a hit after his agent told Radio Belgrano that the 28-year-old is already in talks with Barcelona West Brom boss Alan Irvine expects his new club to pull off a deal to sign former Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott, 31, who is currently a free agent. Arsenal are set to offer AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli, 23, a deal worth £180,000 per week to move to Emirates Stadium this summer. Manchester United target Toni Kroos, 24, is no cl ...
TRANSFER ZONE: Liverpool's triple swoop, Arsenal's mega swap, Chelsea's Costa slammed LIVERPOOL want Ashley Cole and they are planning to sell Fabio Borini to fund a double raid on Southampton, while Arsenal have their own big business planned. Brendan Rodgers is set to cash in on striker Fabio Borini this summer to finance a double deal for Southampton pair Adam Lallana and Dejan Lovren. Borini spent last season on loan at Sunderland, and recently stated his intent to make a mark at Anfield on his return. However, Rodgers is set to rule out a Merseyside stay for the Italian after deciding to move on the £10.5m man. Ashley Cole is also on Rodgers' radar. The left-back is weighing up a move to either Barcelona or AC Milan after finalising his exit from Chelsea. Arsenal are plotting a move for Mario Balotelli - and they could part with Joel Campbell to get him. The Gunners are willing to hand Balotelli a huge contract at the Emirates. Chelsea-bound Diego Costa has been blasted by the Spanish press followin ...
TOP Transfer News: 1) Chelsea target Modric & Varane Chelsea are plotting a double swoop for Real Madrid’s Luka Modric and Raphael Varane. Source: Daily Star 2) Man Utd want Schweinsteiger & Robben New Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal is keen to bring both Bastian Schweinsteiger and countryman Arjen Robben to Old Trafford this summer, with the Dutch coach prefering the German to Bayern team-mate Toni Kroos. Source: Daily Mail 3) Liverpool to improve offer for Alexis Sanchez Liverpool are willing to improve their offer for Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez to €34 million. Source: Spor 4) Arsenal line up £25m Balotelli bid Arsene Wenger has increased his interest in Mario Balotelli as Arsenal prepare a £25 million bid for the AC Milan striker. Source: Daily Mirror 5) Higuain close to Barcelona switch Napoli and Barcelona are nearing an agreement on the summer transfer of Gonzalo Higuain, the ex-Real Madrid striker. Source: Marca 6) Juve reject Pogba swap Juventus have rejected Barcelona’s propo ...
Manchester United are ready to bring Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford but will have to pay £60m for the privilege; Mario Balotelli is heading to Arsenal; and Didier Drogba is coming back to Chelsea - all the stories from the papers. Eurosport By Tom Adams 13 hours ago United chasing £60m Pogba deal – France international Paul Pogba left United for Juventusfor a knockdown fee in March 2012 after deciding to leave the club because of a lack of options. Now Sir Alex Ferguson’s reluctance to trust the midfielder is set to cost the club dear, as new manager Louis Van Gaal now wants to bring him back to the club, with Juventus asking £60m for a player who is set to take the World Cup by storm. According to the Sunday Express: “The Dutchman, who is said to have a £200m warchest for new players, also has his eyes on Roma’s Dutch playmaker Kevin Strootman and Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels. United believe Pogba would like to return to England to be closer to his brother Mathias who is at League ...
Rad The Redman Transfer News : Bastian Schweinsteiger has emerged as a fresh Manchester United target with Louis Van Gaal open to letting Juan Mata leave Old Trafford. Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea are monitoring Mario Balotelli's situation at AC Milan after the striker indicated he could be ready for a move back to England. Arsenal and Liverpool are planning to raid QPR to sign French international Loic Remy. The striker will only be allowed to leave if his £8m price-tag is met. Newly promoted QPR are ready to offer free agent Rio Ferdinand a return to London. The defender could be Harry Redknapp's first signing of the summer as he prepares to bolster his squad for next season's Premier League campaign. Swansea have slapped a £25m price tag on striker Wilfried Bony in an attempt to ward off interest from Arsenal and Liverpool. Chelsea may have to brace themselves for another raid by Paris Saint-Germain with the French giants lining up a movefor their number one shot stopper Petr Cech.
A return for Mario Balotelli to Old Trafford in the last 16 would be nice..
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2011: United 1 City 6 Even the most optimistic of City fans couldn’t have been expecting this scoreline when the Blues visited Old Trafford in 2011. On a glorious afternoon, Roberto Mancini’s men inflicted a humiliating defeat on Manchester United as they ran rampant on the Reds’ own turf. Mario Balotelli was quick off the mark with the opening goal, and after Jonny Evans was dismissed the Blues couldn’t stop scoring. A second for Balotelli, a Sergio Aguero strike, plus a late goal for David Silva and a brace for Edin Dzeko ensured that neither set of fans would forget this one in a hurry…
Arsenal set to start Rooney bidding war for £25m forward 28 Jun 2013 10:15 Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney still favours a move away from Old Trafford, MEN Sport understands. Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is still eyeing an Old Trafford exit. M.E.N. Sport understands the England international is still determined to quit the Reds – even after initially viewing new manager David Moyes ’ appointment as the chance of a fresh start. A move from Arsenal is expected to start a bidding war for the £25m-rated forward. But Arsene Wenger is certain to face stiff opposition from United, who will be determined not to strengthen a domestic rival. That should also rule out a move to Chelsea – even though Jose Mourinho has indicated that he would like to take Rooney to Stamford Bridge. City will also be monitoring the situation following the departures of Mario Balotelli and Carlos Tevez in the past six months, but United will not even entertain the thought of selling to their fiercest rivals. Moy ...
TODAYS PAPER TALK Mario Balotelli has told Manchester City's owners: Don't sack Roberto Mancini. Ian Wright fears Arsenal will follow Liverpool and slip out of Champions League contention. David Gold has told Paolo Di Canio there is no job for him at West Ham. Michael Owen could get a new Stoke deal even if he is out all season. Swansea boss Michael Laudrup refuses to talk about rumours linking him with the Real Madrid job. Bradford joint chairman Mark Lawn has vowed to do all he can to keep manager Phil Parkinson at the club Manchester United are working on a stunning £55million deal to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford. Roberto Mancini is fuming after being told his final act as Manchester City boss could be taking the side on an end-of-season tour to America. Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has again backed under-fire manager Arsene Wenger. Michael Laudrup refuses to discuss his future at Swansea until after the Capital One Cup final. West Brom boss Steve Clarke has urged fans to give Pete ...
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS 1. Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has dismissed the latest speculation on striker Mario Balotelli leaving the club. 2. Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins says it is "remarkable" that police are investigating Eden Hazard's kick on a ball-boy. 3. Sky Sports understands Aston Villa defender Alan Hutton could be set for a move to Real Mallorca on loan. 4. Arsene Wenger has stressed Arsenal have not lodged any formal bids with their reported transfer targets. [SSN] 5. Sir Alex Ferguson has praised former striker Dimitar Berbatov and insists his time at Old Trafford was not a failure. 6. Fabricio Coloccini will stay at Newcastle until at least the end of the season, manager Alan Pardew has confirmed. 7. Swansea striker Leroy Lita has joined Sheffield Wednesday on loan for the rest of the season. 8. Roberto Di Matteo has not yet decided when he will return to management but says his next move will be 'crucial'. 9. Southampton have offered €10.2million and a bonus for Inter Milan's Philippe ...
EPL: Top Transfer News and rumours London, Jan 21: AC Milan want a cut-price deal for Balotelli, Liverpool told increase bid for Coutinho, Arsenal offered Gourcuff on loan, Malouda on QPR radar, Cisse joins Qatari side, Sneijder signs for Galatasaray, Wigan eye loan move for Coates, all the Transfer News and rumours from the Barclays Premier League on Jan 21. EPL: Top Transfer News and rumours on January 20 Wilfried Zaha is in talks with Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson over a possible move to Old Trafford. Out of the £15million offered to Crystal Palce, £5m will go for performance related fees and appearances. The Championship side couldn't resist such an offer while Ferguson is willing to seal his signature before rivals plan to bid for him. Liverpool have been asked to increase their offer of £8 million to sign Brazilian star Philippe Coutinho. Inter Milan have already rejected an offer for the 20-year-old. AC Milan hope Manchester City will agree to sell Mario Balotelli for £23 million. ...
Transfer gossip and news- -Manchester United haven’t given up on their attempts to bring highly-rated Ajax midfield maestro Christian Eriksen to Old Trafford. (Daily Express) -Arsenal are keeping tabs on Napoli midfielder Juan Zuniga this window. (Daily Express) -Manchester City are weighing up a move for Borussia Dortmund pair Mats Hummels and Neven Subotic. (Daily Express) -Gianfranco Zola has emerged as a serious contender to become Chelsea's next full-time boss. -Aston Villa are lining up Roberto Di Matteo as a replacement for Paul Lambert if their plummet down the table continues. (Daily Express) -Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli's agent held talks with AC Milan yesterday over a potential £24m move back to Italy. (The Sun)
Fridays Transfer Rumours and Sources :- Aston Villa are considering a move for Manchester City's out-of-favour 30-year-old defender Joleon Lescott, who supported Villa as a boy. Full story: Daily Mirror QPR manager Harry Redknapp has been offered Inter Milan forward Wesley Sneijder, 28, to boost his side's relegation scrap. Full story: the Sun Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish expects forward Wilfried Zaha, 20, to stay at Selhurst Park until the summer - but admits a big bid could tempt the Championship club to sell in January. Full story: talkSPORT Meanwhile, Manchester United are in pole position to sign Zaha and the Old Trafford club are confident of recruiting the England international in the summer. Full story: ESPN Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has been quoted by Spanish newspaper AS as describing reports linking striker Radamel Falcao, 26, with Real Madrid as "totally false". Full story: Sky Sports Lescott made a £22m move from Everton to Manchester City in August 2009 Tottenham are ...
Arsene Wenger says that Thierry Henry will not be returning back to the Emirates on a loan spell, claiming the frenchman is 'not ready' for a return. Man United's Chilean 18-yr old striker Angelo Henriquez has signed for Wigan on loan until the end of the season. Manchester City are planning an overhaul of their player recruitment policy as they look to cut down on a wage bill that has risen above £200m-per-year. Defender Joleon Lescott, 30, midfielder Gareth Barry, 31, midfielder James Milner, 26, striker Edin Dzeko, 26, and striker Mario Balotelli, 22, could all be sold to help the drive. AC Milan are lining up a £20m bid to sign City striker Balotelli in next month's transfer window. Liverpool have had a loan bid for Barcelona striker David Villa rejected. The Spanish club want a £16m permanent deal for the 31-year-old. Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will offer midfielder Frank Lampard, 34, and left-back Ashley Cole, 32, the chance to move to Old Trafford when their contracts are not renew ...
Manchester City vs Manchester United Derby To Bring Excitement Manchester City will start favourite to win the Manchester derby against arch rivals United on Sunday, although both sides have failed to impress in recent outings. The Manchester United vs Manchester City game will be live on Fox Soccer 2Go starting at 8:30 AM ET. Manchester United enter the derby three points ahead of City, but many are backing Roberto Mancini’s team to beat the Red Devils at the Etihad Stadium and return to the top of the league. Sir Alex Ferguson’s side has been struggling to keep clean sheets recently and his backline will again be tested by a very powerful Manchester City frontline that will include Sergio Aguero, Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli. The defending champions did the double over their rivals last year and netted seven goals in the two Premier League clashes, including a 6-1 thumping of the then champions at Old Trafford. Manchester City are yet to lose a game in the Barclays Premier League this season and ...
I know it's long...but it is a Must READ ! The Manchester Derby has grown in importance over the past few seasons as Man City have grown in stature. As the magnitude of the game has grown so has the excitement, and the number of memorable moments it has provided. So here are 10 recent memorable moments from the rivalry between United & City. 10. ‘Why Always Me?’ As Man City cruised to a 6-1 win over United at Old Trafford last season, one moment stood out. Having hit the headlines in the build up to the game for all the wrong reasons, Mario Balotelli stole the spotlight with a simple gesture. After scoring the opener, the Italian lifted his shirt to reveal a vest emblazoned with the phrase “Why Always Me?” The image was beamed around the world and the phrase has now become synonymous with the game. 9. Gary Neville gives Carlos Tevez the finger. In the build up to this Carling Cup semi final first leg tie in 2010, Gary Neville claimed Carlos Tevez was not worth the estimated £47m Man City had paid ...
Lucas Biglia hints at January exit Anderlecht star Lucas Biglia has revealed his plans to leave his current club in the January transfer window. The Argentine… [+] SPORTS .SPORTS .SPORTS = PSV midfielder hints at Premier League move PSV Eindhoven midfielder Atiba Hutchinson has revealed that he plans to leave the Dutch giants at the end of the season. Enigmatic Balotelli confounds Zabaleta Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta says team-mate Mario Balotelli has a complex character that is difficult to deal with. Nani in United calendar snub Manchester United’s Nani faces renewed speculation over his Old Trafford future after being omitted from the club’s official 2013 calendar. Benitez rules out Lukaku return Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez has ruled out striker Romelu Lukaku making an early return from his loan spell with West. Mancini fears fixture congestion Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini fears qualification for the Europa League could ruin his side’s Premier League defence. Szczesny ...
The latest Football gossip ;) CHELSEA IN POLE POSITION FOR FALCAO It does rather seem as if the next destination of Radamel Falcao may well become something of an Eden Hazard-style circus, but the Sunday Mirror today reports that Chelsea are in the driving seat to land the striker.Man United got R.V.P..Chelsea has to get someone since Drogba left ... The paper claims that Manchester City will not be making a firm offer unless they can offload Mario Balotelli in January. A 'source close to the club' (we know, we know) told the Mirror that Manchester City would not be making a major outlay in the upcoming transfer window, leaving the path open for the Blues to match the £28million release clause. UNITED JOIN ZAHA CHASE The People today make the obvious move of Manchester United defeat + upcoming transfer window = splurge of money, claiming that Alex Ferguson will aim to bring Wilfried Zaha to Old Trafford in January. According to the paper, Ferguson sees Zaha as a Cristiano Ronaldo-style attacker, and has ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester City will open the bidding at £40m as they make an audacious move to sign Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, 25, in January. City are ready to offload striker Mario Balotelli to make room for the Premier League's leading scorer. Full story: Daily Mirror Balotelli, though, will stay at Manchester City despite interest from AC Milan, says the 22-year-old's national coach Cesare Prandelli. Full story: Metro Dutch striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is deciding whether to join a Premier League club. The £7m- rated Schalke forward, 29, has been attracting interest from Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool. Full story: the Sun Liverpool are plotting a £5m move for Blackpool's attacking midfielder Thomas Ince, a little more than a year after they let the 20-year-old academy product leave Anfield on a free transfer. Full story: Daily Mirror Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho is said to be setting his sights on Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, 24, and is ready to offer long- term Old Trafford ta ...
Some details about FIFA 13 - -There is an extra man in the Manchester United Squad named Howard Webb. -There is an extra option for PSG, Man City, Chelsea and Real Madrid :"Buy Trophies". -Gareth Bale goes to ground every time Charlie Adam is near him. -There is always a swimming pool-like area on the flanks of Old Trafford so that Nani and Young can dive properly. -The pass button doesn't work when the ball goes to Cristiano Ronaldo. -You cannot include Messi in your starting XI if you haven't selected Xavi and Iniesta. -Manchester City's youth academy's name is Arsenal FC. -Arsenal captain leaves the club at the end of the season by default. -If you play Champions League with Chelsea, you can only recognize Cech and Torres. The other nine are replaced by a bus parked in front of their penalty area. -If you are playing as Liverpool at Anfiled, you have the option to turn the boos to applause every time Suarez is on the ball. No such luck at away games. -Mario Balotelli arrives on the pitch in his white M ...
FIVE COSTLY GAMES FOR UNITED THAT GAVE AWAY THE TITLE. Manchester United are coming to terms with the loss of their Premier League title to Manchester City. For most of the year it would not have been a surprise, but with six games to go and an eight-point lead, Old Trafford was united in the belief that their big-spending 'noisy neighbours' had been seen off. Here,are the five key games United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will have reason to regret. OCTOBER 23, MAN UTD 1 Man City 6 An astounding game saw Mario Balotelli put the Blues ahead before the break. A red card for Jonny Evans was followed by another two City goals and although Darren Fletcher pulled one back, United caved in during the final minutes, conceding three more goals which proved very costly indeed. DECEMBER 31, MAN UTD 2 BLACKBURN 3 Having re-established themselves as championship contenders, Ferguson left Wayne Rooney and Darron Gibson out for disciplinary reasons. An ineffective performance from David de Gea allowed Blackburn to establi ...
Special appeal from a Chelsea fan, arch-rival of Manu; Mario Balotelli, despite his poor disciplinary record, deserves a spot in tomorrow's line-up. For the following reasons: 1. His strength in the 18 yard box, he will out-muscle Manu defenders. 2. His double strike at Old Trafford this season. 3. His unpredictable lightning strikes that surprise goalies and shock defenders. I know Mancini will find it difficult to decide against Aguero, Tevez and others but Mario is necessary against Manu if victory is to be secured tomorrow.
By Steve Douglas LONDON — Manchester City underlined its reputation as genuine title contenders by routing Manchester United 6-1 at Old Trafford to move five points clear of its fierce rival at the top of the Premier League on Sunday. Mario Balotelli scored either side of United defender Jonny Evans...
If Djibril Cisse scores today, it will be the best celebration since Mario Balotelli at Old Trafford
Utd would never sign Balotelli - coach Manchester United first-team coach Rene Meulensteen says Sir Alex Ferguson would never sign a player like Mario Balotelli. GettyImagesRene Meulensteen says there is no place at Manchester United for a player like Mario Balotelli In a scathing attack on their Premier League rivals, Meulensteen claims Manchester City's title bid has wavered because Roberto Mancini's side lack team spirit. Balotelli's future remains in doubt following the controversial striker's red card against Arsenal at the weekend, and Meulensteen has made it clear the Italian would never play at Old Trafford. "City do not have a well-balanced team. They only have individuals who play for themselves," Meulensteen told Voetbal International. "You can see that City lack the right team spirit. "There is no chance of Balotelli playing for Manchester United. A player who gets up to the antics he does has no place at our club. I don't believe that Sir Alex would sign a player like Balotelli. We shouldn't ...
Manchester United all but sealed a 20th English title as they moved into an eight-point lead over Manchester City at the top of Premier League on Sunday with just six games left to play. United beat Queens Park Rangers 2-0 at Old Trafford to pile the pressure on City ahead of their match away to Arsenal later Sunday. But City were unable to respond, with Mikel Arteta’s goal three minutes from time that secured a 1-0 victory for the Gunners that saw them leapfrog north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur into third place in the table. City’s misery was compounded when temperamental striker Mario Balotelli was sent-off a minute before full-time. Before kick-off, City manager Roberto Mancini said City had to win if they were to have a chance of being crowned champions of England for the first time since 1968. “Today for us is like a final, otherwise eight points is too much,” the Italian told Sky Sports. At Old Trafford, goals from Wayne Rooney and Paul Scholes saw United — who are now two goals better ...
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