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Manchester City Chat / Re: Season review
« Last post by Moon on Today at 08:45:38 PM »
Big  Willy   1  of them
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Manchester City Chat / Re: Season review
« Last post by Chippy_Tea on Today at 07:21:33 PM »
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Jesus Navas will leave Manchester City when his contract expires this summer.

The Spanish winger today became the third Blues player whose departure has been confirmed by the club, after Pablo Zabaleta last week and Gael Clichy earlier today.

Navas appears to be part of a mass change in the right-back position, after Zabaleta announced he was leaving and with Bacary Sagna also expected to go.


http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/man-city-transfer-news-navas-13091126

Who are the other two?
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Manchester City Chat / Re: Season review
« Last post by Troutman on Today at 06:59:43 PM »
7/10 for me. Happy with third place, Vinny put some order into our defence in the final run in. If he hadn't have come back into the team we would have lost out. Whilst I like Pep's hung Ho approach and I'm all for scoring goals, I think he could have tempered his approach given the players we have. Defence was shaky all season, couldn't have helped that Bravo had a mare but surely they could have been drilled better. Struggled against teams that sat back and defended, we could have played a few long balls to inject pace into attack and perhaps sacrifice a bit of possession. Aguero looks good with Gabriel and both should be accomodated . However we lack height up front and this limits our options. Think Vinnys headed goal was the first we scored from a corner. Plenty of changes this summer with 6 already confirmed leaving. Molotov and Nacho perhaps next. Stirlingg finishing needs to improve , need to good strong ball player to assist Fernandinho - Dundoggin's fitness not reliable and we need 2 good keepers. Hart not for consideration he had a poor season in Italy and his form has dropped off alarmingly.
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Manchester City Chat / Re: Manchester terror attack
« Last post by Troutman on Today at 02:25:04 PM »
A case of when not if i'm afraid. Some nice gestures being shown by Kompany , Toure and the club
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Other Clubs and fans / Re: The Scum.
« Last post by Chippy_Tea on Today at 11:58:03 AM »
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Think it was the FA Cup rather than charity shield

Thats a little embarrassing for Shane. ;D


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Other Clubs and fans / Re: The Scum.
« Last post by Moon on Today at 11:02:59 AM »
The Toll point just down the road from me the previous landlord is a big Liverpool fan
Think it was the FA Cup rather than charity shield
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Other Clubs and fans / The Scum.
« Last post by Chippy_Tea on Today at 07:45:00 AM »
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 Liverpool won the League Cup, Charity Shield and UEFA Cup in 2001, and Manchester United supporters created this banner. Times have changed.

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Manchester City Chat / Re: Manchester terror attack
« Last post by Moon on May 24, 2017, 12:05:24 PM »
It so sad seeing all the young innocent victims on the tv
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Manchester City Chat / Re: Manchester terror attack
« Last post by skipper on May 24, 2017, 11:23:20 AM »
Cowardly bastard.
Thoughts and prayers with all concerned.
I'm in New York and they have upped security here even more.
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City on this day / City on May 24th
« Last post by Moon on May 24, 2017, 06:08:16 AM »
A few games played on this day

2015  Frank Lampard bows out of City with a goal as City beat Southampton 2-0 at home . Sergio Aguero also scores

2009   City end the season with a 1-0 home win v Bolton , Felipe Caicedo  for City

1947  Already promoted City  go 6 points clear of 2nd placed Burnley with 3 games left (2 pts for a win) Les McDowall and George Smith score

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkwTLDB8WOs
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