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Barry relishes new freedom ... for as long as Mancini lets it last

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Balotelli and Dzeko both on target in 3-0 win over Inter while Mancini says Bellamy could join Celtic

City rule out trading Tevez for Eto'o

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Fabio Capello is expected to bring Theo Walcott back into the England team for their Euro 2012 qualifier against Switzerland tomorrow as he opts for a 4-3-3 formation with Darren Bent as the centre-forward.

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