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The on-loan striker was taken off during the 4-0 drubbing being dished out by Liverpool

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The £13m signing from Wigan could make his debut this weekend

James McCarthy

Switch to Everton vindicates decision to reject Liverpool, says James McCarthy

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1 Bring harmony from discord

Many City players were deeply dispirited at the end of a difficult few years under Roberto Mancini, finding it hard to tolerate the way the Italian criticised them publicly. City hope that an older man, with better interpersonal skills, will quickly begin recreating a team ethic. At the heart of chief executive Ferran Soriano’s philosophy is the notion of a core of players steeped in the City philosophy who will teach it to newcomers. It will be for Pellegrini to help introduce that.

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Roberto Mancini leaves Old Trafford with a smile on his face after victory over United

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David Platt sounds warning after reigning champions won 2-1 at Old Trafford last night

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