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Guardiola: Paderborn position not a surprise
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Has bad boy Balotelli banished?
Premier League: A police probe this week into racist abuse on Twitter sees Mario Balotelli's name in the headlines again, but Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers sees only a player committed to doing well.
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