Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini told the press Mario Balotelli will face 'no further action'. The manager also said:
– Roberto Mancini, Manager, Manchester City
I will give mario a hundred chances. Things like this can happen at any club.
Mario should understand a football career can be over very quickly.
But what happened doesn't change my opinion of him.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says he has no plans to sell Mario Balotelli but that the striker "needs to change".
Mancini also said he was angry because Balotelli's tackle on a team mate deserved "two red cards".
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is likely to face questions about his spat with striker Mario Balotelli today.
The pair appeared to fall out during training yesterday with pictures emerging that showed a tussle between the two Italians.
Mancini is due to hold his weekly press conference later.
Dramatic pictures appear to show Manchester City bad boy Mario Balotelli in a physical bust-up with Roberto Mancini, his manager.
The images show the pair tussling and and grabbing each other before they were restrained by colleagues.