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Manchester City

Will Man City challenge for the 2010-11 Premier League title?


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Jonny2J

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Fernandinho has looked outstanding whenever I have saw him for Shaktar.

Barry offers absolutely zero and it's shocking that for the resources at their disposal that he is still starting for them never mind in the squad.

Milner is all graft and you know what you are going to get from him and his versatility is a good thing to have around but somebody like Navas is on a whole different level to him ability wise.
 

Bež

Registered User
Strange choices, what makes you think of them two clubs? He could do much better.
The arrival of Navas could also be the death of Milner. Mental how much money they have spent on the pair.
Don't think he's quite good enough for a top 6 club. He'd be able to make a geniune impact at a club like those 2 mentioned. Fulham are looking on course for a good campaign next season. Martin Jol's performing very well in the transfer market. Stekelenburg should be a cracking acquisition. Also Amorebieta's quite a good one, on a free. Shall be keeping an eye on his progress in England.

As for Navas, yes, he's just what City have been missing. Now they won't have to attack through the middle with Silva and Yaya all the time. They've been way too predictable with that. With Jesus Navas, they'll now have some genuine width, no need to rely on just the full-backs now for width.

Plus he can nail a cross. :lol:
 

Bež

Registered User
Isn't Navas a confidence player? I might have him confused with another player.
Well he's stayed at Sevilla this long due to fear of leaving Andalusia, and has left now to help the club out in relation to the decent transfer fee - it's a terrible financial state that the club has found itself in. So that would suggest he is a confidence player.

Going to have to sell the majority of their good players too, bad times for them.
 

Bammers05

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Well he's stayed at Sevilla this long due to fear of leaving Andalusia, and has left now to help the club out in relation to the decent transfer fee - it's a terrible financial state that the club has found itself in. So that would suggest he is a confidence player.

Going to have to sell the majority of their good players too, bad times for them.
No club just 'finds itself in a terrible financial state'. There's gonna be good reasons why they're in so much debt and I would imagine, though I'm no expert, that a lot of it is probably their own fault.

No sympathy from me, I'm afraid.

 

Cannon ball

Registered User
I'm happy with the hopefully two prospective signings. Both are what we need. I like Barry, but the guy is now 30 and not getting any younger. He's shown his weaknesses especially against Southampton, and the FA Cup final, so we could do with an upgrade in that area. Garcia isn't the answer. Navas is important, as we really lack width and pace. Too often our build up play is too slow and predictable. The FA Cup final really summed this up; Wigan won that tactically by playing 3 central defenders, against a narrow attack, which forced us to do something we suck at, cross the ball from wide positions, to two small strikers.

Fernandinho excites me, but I've not seen a great deal of Navas.
 

Bež

Registered User


With Jovetic looking like he's on his way too, Pellegrini's certainly reshaping the squad. Be interesting to see just how much game time Negredo gets, and also what formation City play in for the forthcoming season.

(shame Arsenal couldn't get Jovetic).
 

Billy Minof

La Decima


With Jovetic looking like he's on his way too, Pellegrini's certainly reshaping the squad. Be interesting to see just how much game time Negredo gets, and also what formation City play in for the forthcoming season.

(shame Arsenal couldn't get Jovetic).
Madrid got a nice 4.4m from the Negredo deal. :ninja:
 

Lörd TH

Registered User
City buying the league again I see..how much have they spent so far? £100m +?

EDIT:
Fernandinho - £30m
Navas - £14.9m
Negredo + Jovetic - £46m apparently.

£90.9m :huh:
 

Billy Minof

La Decima
City buying the league again I see..how much have they spent so far? £100m +?

EDIT:
Fernandinho - £30m
Navas - £14.9m
Negredo + Jovetic - £46m apparently.

£90.9m :huh:
Paid way over the odds for Negredo IMO and a player ye didnt need.
 

Cannon ball

Registered User
Negredo is a consistent goalscorer, which was an area we struggled in last season. Tevez leaving is the right decision, he would have cost us more if he had stayed, and despite his contributions, he wasn't scoring as much as he did in his first two seasons where he was the focal point of the team, he no longer has that luxury. I'm excited about Jovetic.
 

ArtisanWenger

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Your team is even stronger than it was in the past 3 seasons,its at its strongest now but i wonder if you will win the league with Mourinho back and Manchester United looking pretty good as well with a new manager but you have a new manager as well.
 

Lörd TH

Registered User

Bež

Registered User
Fair enough Samir share these thoughts with your close friends and family, but really to a newspaper?

Asking for trouble in the City camp.
 

Makavelian

Registered User
City fans, how do you feel about your manager putting England ahead of his club by picking Joe Hart just because he didn't want to ruin his confidence before the World Cup qualifiers by dropping him?
I would not be pleased if I heard my manager did that.
When I saw jovetic signing confirmed, I died a little on the inside. Astute purchases all round.
I think his arse cheeks are dying a little inside now every match.
 
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