Sport Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak looks on from the in the stands at the Etihad Stadium

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Manager flies back into media storm today as Pearce breaks England camp's silence by backing captain

I fear for my son, claims 'mistress' of John Terry

Model Vanessa Perroncel who allegedly had an affair with England captain John Terry is determined to protect her young son from the media frenzy, her publicist said last night.

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Capello wants swift Terry decision

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Terry ready to resign captaincy

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John Terry's wife Toni Poole 'demands divorce'

The wife of England football captain John Terry has left the family home and is demanding a divorce, it was claimed last night.

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Superb display by Given earns City a point

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Why can't Capello plug the gaps in his leaky defence?

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The veteran Brazilian defender Sylvinho has joined Manchester City on a one-year contract. The former Arsenal player was released by Barcelona at the end of last season and passed a medical at Eastlands yesterday afternoon.

Manchester City sign defender Sylvinho

Veteran Brazilian defender Sylvinho has joined Manchester City on a one-year contract.

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