Manchester City Thread [09/10]

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  1. rony31

    rony31 Team Captain

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    Vieira should serve as nothing more than an experienced and capable back-up to De Jong, Barry and Ireland in the midfield. However, he's moving because he wants regular football to prepare for the World Cup, and Mancini loves him. Someone's getting dropped. Maybe Him and De Jong together, Barry dropped to LB? Doubt it with the way Garrido's played and Bridge coming back. Only time will tell.
     
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    sounds like your strikers gone into the movie business. Doing westerns already.
     
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    I think Mancini will use Viera in important matches for his experience factor.

    City dropped so many points because they couldn't keep the result, fit Viera can be really helpful for that issue.

    He was not a big fan of rotation system during his Inter era.
     
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    I think Patrick Viera doesn't fit into City's style of playing,he is a slow-game player and City is the opposite of it...
     
  5. 4ndr3i

    4ndr3i SG's van Bommel

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    Tevez is F-U-C-K-I-N-G AWESOME !!!!
     
  6. rony31

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    Thank you Fergie. 4th.
     
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    Damn Fergie, give me my Carlito back.
     
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    Fergie's bad decision : Not extending Tevez's contract and being stubborn on Berbatov :(
     
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    berbatov is class.
     
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    Fergie DID offer him a contract. Tevez rejected and decided to join man ****ty that little c*nt.
     
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    It took Ferguson too long. By that time, Tevez already felt underappreciated by the club.
     
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    "Underappreciated". He should appreciate the fact to play for a club as prestigious as Utd. **** him.
     
  13. rony31

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    Fergie can go **** himself. He's a huge twat and everyone knows it, but Scum fans have their noses dug too deep into his chocolate starfish to admit he's a senile dip****. He doesn't deserve having Carlito.
     
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    Or he can go to a club that will treat him well. I respect his priorities.
     
  15. Pogba4Now

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    There's no way in which he wasn't treated well.
     
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    I think it was more about a lack of understanding and talk between Fergie and Tevez.

    Tevez mentioned in his interviews that he talked to Fergie just once during last season.

    It's a shame that it didn't work.
     
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    Enough about Fergie. Didn't get to watch the Everton game due to work, but apparently we were taught a lesson and were lucky to lose only 2-0. This was bound to happen sooner or later, we had our head in the clouds a bit too much after 4 wins against relatively easy opposition.

    Robinho subbed on 9th minute, subbed off 62nd minute? Brilliant decision, he honestly needs a good slap in the ******* face. Playing like a child with 21 other men on the pitch. Either pick it up or go to Barca, honestly.
     
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    If you were Robinho, what was your choice?(Y)

    As you mentioned, you were so lucky to just concede two goals. Cahil hit the post twice at the end and they had lots of good opportunities as well.

    Everton played one of the best football matches I've ever seen.
     
  19. poet11

    poet11 Oh and tits.

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    brazilan international striker who is in BRAZILs starting eleven.he is a world class talent but as pele said he needs counciling for sure.he is spoiled.at this age his talent should have won the ballon d or but he just remains a talent.doesnt train well enough
     
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    I think that's why Mancini keeps emphasizing how Robinho's a good player, but like everyone else, he must train hard and play well to maintain a starting XI spot. But Robbie's skull is too ******* thick to take the hint.
     
      

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