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  • "When you have a player that has Mario's quality, you cannot understand why he continues to throw it out of the window. It is incredible," Mancini said. "I have seen players in my life with fantastic quality. But in the end, they did nothing. I don't want Mario to finish like these players."

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  • Quizzed about his predictions after his current Galatasaray side was ousted by Chelsea in the Champions League, Mancini said he expects City to come out on top.

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