JOLEON Lescott’s massive forehead was pulsating in excitement at the thought of more games for Man City following the news that Kolo Toure (pictured) could be suspended for up to two years after testing positive for a specified substance.

City confirmed that the centre-half had been suspended “pending the outcome of the legal process”. The World Anti-Doping Agency defines a specified substance as one that is “more susceptible to a credible, non-doping explanation”. In other words, he can use the old ‘it was cough sweets’ excuse to get away with a caution.