3:46 AM EDT, Sat October 25, 2014
Yorkshire Post 1 hour ago

Maverick Balotelli finds sympathy from visiting Tigers

TOM HUDDLESTONE admits to having plenty of sympathy for Mario Balotelli over his controversial half-time shirt swap after revealing he was once put in the same position during a Champions League tie.

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Yorkshire Post Oct 24, 2014

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Yorkshire Post Oct 21, 2014

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