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Word of his prowess grew on the web, where football fantasies are fed

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Weakened Arsenal side thumped at Stoke

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Roberto Mancini has claimed Manchester City could one day knock Manchester United off their pedestal as England's biggest club.

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New Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini wants record signing Robinho to remain at Eastlands.

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New City manager insists he can win over sceptics as reign starts with solid 2-0 victory over Stoke

Mancini plays it smart as City go back to basics

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Barcelona rule out Robinho move

Barcelona president Joan Laporta insists the newly-crowned Club World Cup champions will not be making a renewed bid to sign Robinho after revealing Manchester City rejected their initial offer.

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Robinho is keen to meet with new Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini, according to a report in The Sun.

Steve Tongue: Celebrity signings must share blame for shabby dismissal

"Some might say," the banner at Eastlands read yesterday, quoting Manchester City fans Oasis, "we will find a brighter day". Many more will say, after the shabby sacking of Mark Hughes, that they do not deserve to.

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