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Toure can win the Premier League for Man City, claims Hart

Goal.com Thursday, 1 December 2016
Toure can win the Premier League for Man City, claims HartThe goalkeeper is enthused by his ex-team-mate's first-team rehabilitation under Pep Guardiola but insists he is happy at Torino for the time being
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A quick round-up of the three biggest games this weekend in the Premier League. Leicester stole the show winning 4-2 leaving opponents Man City in shock.

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