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28 Sep 2010 12:35:34

| Submit Comments| Comments (19)| Printable Version1/1Play SlideshowClose MapJuventus defender Marco Motta has started the mind games with Manchester City ahead of Thursday's Europa League clash at Eastlands. City have bought star players David Silva, Mario Balotelli, Yaya Toure, Alexander Kolarov, Jerome Boateng and James Milner this summer, as new manager Roberto Mancini set about spending his owners' considerable wealth. The Blues showed their Premier League title credentials with a win over Chelsea on Saturday, but the Blues' season has not been an unbridled succes so far, as Juventus man Motta has been quick to point out. "City is proof of how big-name signings and big spending, almost 100million euros if I'm not mistaken, is not enough to obtain great results," said Motta in an interview with Sky Italia. "But it's clear that they are a rival that has all of our respect and we will have to be on guard." Juve, under new coach Luigi Del Neri, are still trying to find their balance and are ninth in Serie A with just two wins in five games. "We are trying to adapt with the arrival of at least 10 new elements this summer," said Motta. "To assemble the newcomers takes time. "Winning helps you win, and allows you to train meeting the expectations of the fans, the club and a great coach like we have." What do you make of the comments? Have your say.| Submit Comments| Comments (19)| Printable VersionAdd A CommentEnter your comments:Sending


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