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Lol saw on sky that Sagna said we are still favourites. Yeah, favourites to drop out the top four lol.
I was just wondering what we could have accomplished if Mancini was still at helm? This season will be MP's third full season, about the same time Mancini had with us. Although one could argue MP has a much more expensive side but with MP we've actually broken into the group R16 for the first team in history only to get battered twice by Barca. While with Mancini we were getting discarded left and right in UCl, although we had a fear factor about us in the PL which I think we lost over the years. Although we've won three really important titles with him that really kicked off Man City.

One manger was is too calm, the other one loses his s**t and loses the locker room. Both have their pros and cons.
i think if mancini is still with us..we would still have nastasic and would defend better..since one of his motto is cleansheets will won u the league..but what happened is happened already and let's focus on saving this season
I would like us to have one great manager for years to come, I really hate the constant sackings and transitioning from one manager to another, it’s kinda tacky, thats all i have to say.
So would PEP have the bol locks to poach Neymar for you guys??? and to a lesser extent Biscuits??

Rumors have taken full flight that both you and Man U are willing to meet the release clause figure of 190M Euro.

I need some crisps and a pint for this one cheers.
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Neymar is the player everyone wants. His a future Ballon D'or winner after Messi and Cr7 are done at the top level.

With that being said, I don't believe Pep will bother much with that. Our director of football Txiki might go for it but I think Pep will be realistic about the players he wants. Although I don't see City or Utd landing Neymar. Anything we offer him, Barca will match it to keep him, plus MSN can win the UCL for the next couple of years, that's how strong they are. Why would he bother leaving? The torch that Messi carries will soon be given to him, it would just be ridiculous if he moved away from Barca.

I think the big signing in the summer for us will be Pogba. Having a replacement for Yaya has been the biggest problem for the last 2 seasons. When Yaya was in form and capable of playing his position, we were playing insane football but now his not the same player he use to be.
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SO you would take Pogba over Neymar?? and the reason there is any rumors going on is because 1. Neymar is embroiled in a doozy of a court case because of his deal with Barca 2. Messi salary will essentially double the next season and what Neymar thinks hes worth me thinks Barca will have a hard time paying that and keep the rest of the team happy.

So there is a serious basis for these rumblings not to mention that in these few days he has stated as much about playing for Pep and Biscuits saying the same this past week.

Could all be to leverage more money sure, however the financial situation and ongoing court cases are a real factor in this.
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Very unlikely that Neymar would move to England at this stage. We probably haven't seen the best of this Barca team yet and Neymar doesn't have a personal connection with Pep. The Barca vice president has also said he's certain to be signing a new contract.
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I don't think Neymar will move.

MSN is the absolute juggernaut that is ruling the football world right now. I really don't see it broken.

Personally, I think Pep would value Biscuits more, since he is one of a kind and perfectly fits into his system for a very affordable price. He might be a realistic move.
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Pep would really be hated if he poached Neymar and Busquets from us. The MSN trio is probably the best forward line in history . I don't see us breaking that anytime in the near future :)
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So Sergio Busquets saying, Pep could lure him to Man City. Hard to believe but would be awesome.

If theirs one player I want following Pep from Bayern, its Lewa. I'm only dreaming tho.
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Busquests is a diving piece of crap. I dont want any players from Barce or Bayern> I don't want anything old or recycled I want a new fresh look.
^ Old and recycled?

I see were your coming from by wanting a fresh look but apart from the diving bit, Busquet is the back-bone in Barca's team. His the glue, they struggle without him and his just the kind of player Pep likes a DM who can contribute more than just defending.

Lewa is one of the best number 9 in the world. Who else do you propose? As much as I like Nacho, his still only 19 and needs to be easily transitioned into the team. I don't see Pep making him an automatic starter week in and out, we need another striker and we all know Pep hates target man.
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Silva injured too. Good job Pellegrini letting Roberts rot and now sending him on a 18 month loan. We could have used him.

Even Celina was refreshing and played with more heart than all our attacking players.
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That's the big issue I saw on the pitch against Leicester, no heart whatsoever. The team looks like their going through the motions despite the fact that were playing an in form Leicester side. Their were some bright moments but it didn't add up to anything or their was a lack of chances being created. Celina was on the pitch not to long but already putting in better crosses than Navas.

Giving youth player a chance might actually wake up our first team. Right now many of them know they have a locked role but bringing in some youth players would put some pressure on them. Performance and effort levels would actually increase. This is the reason I don't rate MP as highly. He tends to stick to the same regiment, even if its not working only to keep the first team players happy.

As of now we need to revert to a 4-4-2 formation. Both of our n10s are out injured. Aguero, Iheanacho must start together ever game now.

Tough seeing our side become the most underachieving team in Europe, despite the money and the talent we have.
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Yep. I respect Pellegrini but I must say he hasn't done much for the team in terms of progress.

Mancini won the league and the FA Cup with a much weaker team. Also, our team was feared unlike this one. Even hobo teams like Villa face us with a bright belief that they can steal points from us.

Btw guys - we have a grand total of 3 points from 7 games against top 6 opposition this year.
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No surprise, we drew utd, got hammered dragged around for 70 minutes by Arsenal who could have won by a margin of 5 goals in the first half. Got a owned by a great Spurs side and got smashed by Liverpool who were struggling and just hired a new manager. f*****g embarrassing, this has been the worst season.
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Lads it's okay not to go hard on the title for one season. You will do the the quintuple next season with pep.
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please..pep achievement is amazing no doubt..but bpl is freaking unpredictable..who knows next season might be stoke city or norwich city season
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i hope we can still got the cl spot for the next season
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Tough break, but I can only see it getting worse from here, our defence is in a mess and we are not in form at the moment, our key man De bruyne is out, Yaya is done, Pep coming in confusion in the squad, lets see what happens.
It was a huge mistake announcing Pep as manager in the middle of the season. Its throws players off and those who know their going to be sold, won't give it their best shot.

I knew Leicester were going to beat us, they are playing in the form of their lives and we can't beat a top team. How many top teams have we beaten this season in the PL? Chelsea in opening day and that's about it. We lost to Liverpool, Arsenal, Spurs and drew a poor Utd side.

We might be able to beat Sunderland and thrash Villa but those are weak teams, Leicester exposed us and we couldn't match their ability or hungry.

Next we've got an inform Totemham who already beat us 4-1 and than than Chelsea in the Fa cup, before we face Dynamo Kiev in the R16.

is pep still coming if we're not qualified for cl?
If that's happens that would be strange^^^
I think were going to make top 4, I mean lets be honest here, it would be embarrassing if we didn't. Utd and Chelsea haven't been amazing this season and with Arsenal, Leicester and Spurs looking like the only teams worth of a UCL place, we better get a freaking spot.

Right now, all were missing is a healthy squad and some form. We need some confidence and for everyone to step the hell up. Bresent Celina came in for his debut and already notched an assist, play some of this youngsters, least they look hungry compared to the rest.
we are getting embarrassed so many times this season and this month might be the most embarrassing month ever..better prepare for the worst to be a city fans this season
For my fellow blue mooners in the states:

Nigel De Jong has signed a contract at LA Galaxy. We will get to watch him in the MLS now
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So many faces in MLS now, I can't wait to see LA come to Seattle.
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Thought you guys would enjoy this... lol

https://www.facebook.com/FootyHumourPage/videos/221177154893000/
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How sad
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It's hilarious
Big 3 points right there. Sunderland were knocking and unlucky not to get a result but our defense held strong. First time saying that all year after an away game


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