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Joey Barton's future as a Manchester City player has once again been thrown into doubt with his off-field antics causing the club's hierarchy to consider the young midfielder's employment.
There would be no shortage of takers for the 22-year-old's services and the loss of Barton would be a massive blow for Stuart Pearce having already lost Shaun Wright-Phillips and Paul Bosvelt this summer.
Barton scored just once in the league last season, away at Bolton Wanderers, but despite seven City players making more appearances than the tenacious midfielder, his influence on the team was dramatic.
City's number 24 led his team in assists, passes, crosses, tackles, fouls and yellow cards from the middle of City's midfield. These statistics are even more impressive given that Barton played three games fewer than Shaun Wright-Phillips who departed for £21 million.
With Manchester City opening their campaign at home to West Bromwich Albion on August 13, Barton's attendance will be decided in the corridors of The City of Manchester stadium and not by within the confines of City's pre-season schedule.
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The Footballers' Football Show panel discussed which team are favourites for this year's Premier League title.
The fans inspired the Liverpool players on Sunday and everyone was inspired by the occasion. You could really see that at Anfield.
Manchester City's 4-2 defeat to Liverpool in 2001. Can you name the mystery starting XI?
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Man City enter their first game of 2013 against Stoke with the aim of slicing Man United's seven-point lead at the top.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini reiterated the importance of his rotation policy after victory over Norwich.
Edin Dzeko is hoping his exploits in the 4-3 win at Norwich will be enough to earn him a starting place against Stoke.
Anthony Pilkington has questioned whether Samir Nasri would have squared-off against Sebastien Bassong off the field.
Edin Dzeko scored twice as 10-man Manchester City held on for a thrilling 4-3 win over battling Norwich on Saturday.