Delaney, Sam
January 2012
Four Four Two;Jan2012, Issue 211, p32
The article offers information on the Manchester City Players' Christmas Party 2011, organized by soccer player Mario Balotelli, held December 23, 2011 in Styla Women's Prison in Cheshire, England. It notes that Balotelli has invited the entire youth team to be part of the fun. It adds that Wallflower Wayne Bridge felt comfortable sitting on the bench watching the others enjoy themselves.


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