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Rumors are Real Madrid are getting ready to make a move for Aguero this summer. I've never really worried too much about Madrid because I know Aguero loves City but this summer leaves a bit of uncertainty. With the way Jesus came in and blew everyone away, Aguero having his poorest season in a City shirt and Pep benching him leaves him in a position where he has to think about his future. If G. Jesus didn't get injured would he be playing? With all the seniors leaving, is time up for him as well? Is this my best time to leave for a bigger club? All these questions will run him mind as the summer closes in.
We have two big game coming up one after the other, I really hope we can maintaing our concentration through both, especially the Chelsea game.
We need to win both games. Man Utd is creeping up, Liverpool is right behind us. No time to be slipping up.

The three big games left for us this season are Chelsea, Arsenal and Utd. Can't stress how important those games will be for us. I don't even care about the FA Cup, just win those damn games. I would love to have us at least walk away with 7 out of 9 points.
Definitely, as we have yet to beat any top teams this season without looking vulnerable, we need a solid win.
Liverpool has become our bogey team, we play well against them but can't win sigh...

Here's a good read why City fans were booing F*** Milner who's officially the 1st former player that I've lost respect for and he was lucky to stay on the field:

http://bet.unibet.co.uk/football/premier-league/why-manchester-city-fans-booing-james-milner-was-entirely-justified
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The Milner case is intriguing. While I loved the player, the way he left was odd. He didn't sign a new deal and the contract talks stalled for 18 months and we didn't earn a penny from his transfer. Rumors are Liverpool offered him a big signing bonus and more wages than what he was making at City. He probably wanted us to offer him more than what Liverpool might have tabled for him but I suppose our management didn't bend for that and didn't see the worth of giving him that cash.

On the other hand, Sterling was bashed for being a snake and trying to leave for more money by Liverpool fans while City fans have always loved Milner even after he left, even though it looked like he left for the same reason.

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Exactly, Moe66! This double standard in treatment is what the above article pointed out, and good luck enlightening those hypocrite Looserfool fans that consistently abuse Sterling who not only brought them so much money but also hasn't said anything bad about them. On the other hand, here's what he said before the game:

"Winning two titles at City, we had some good players, but as a team this is probably the best I’ve played in."

Now, imagine if this was Sterling taking a cheap shot at Liverpool. And as far as his cheap shot at City, it makes him sound bitter who was really nothing more than a squad player for us. Oh and it's laughable to see him even compare that 2-time-title winning team to a mediocre Liverpool team that can't even make the CL, let alone winning the title.
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If Sterling would have said that, pundits who have lashed out at him for being ungrateful and Liverpool fans would have lost it.

It is disappointing to hear Milner say that we had "some good players" because he had Yaya in his peak, Silva, Aguero when he was beasting, a fit Kompany and a top class goalkeeper in Hart, Fernandinho who burst into the scene and so and so on. Liverpool might be a great solid team that plays really great together but the best team his played for was our title wining squads and he knows that damn well. It was a dig no doubt, Milner is smart fella who knows exactly what his saying.
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I see the argument.

My take on this is that the hate for Sterling has been inappropriate and hypocritical. I don't necessarily see Milner as Judas here. He left after his contract was over. He wanted to play @ CM. The fact that he got shafted onto left back is not his mistake - his gamble just did not pay off. Do you guys think Milner would had been in CM at City with Silva/KdB/Fernandinho/Fernando/Yaya/Delph and the likes? He knew better that his chances were higher at Liverpool (which btw, is a fantastic club to play for).

Let's not hate Milner just because there is hate for Raheem. We are different than other fans - let's keep it that way. It is for a reason. Once Raheem starts winning games single handedly everyone will shut up - like they have been doing recently anyways
I don't hate Milly, in fact he was one of my favorite players to play for City and a great personality on Citytv. The only problem is the foolishness to bash Sterling who is only 22 btw, still a very young player and person. Its just so wrong.

Poor Milly, he wanted to be the next Gerrard and plays at left back instead
Enough said?
Liverpool was always our bogey team lol not just recently.
I think the last time we beat them was when Tevez was around
Oh Carlitos, I miss him:(
I do too, my name is Carl but people call me Carlos, so I get my shirts printed with Carlos 32 in memory of the bulldog.
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You guys did alot lot better in our last meeting then our previous games. I think our playstyle is very well suited to play againts your side.. Even when Brendan Rodgers was here we had Joe Allen and Henderson have stand out performances againts your side. The game is won in midfield, you need a more athletic cm, Yaya has never impressed me when you played us... But also you have a lot of new signings, and players still getting adjusted to peps style so you will be a much difficult game next time we meet
Stones best game? I thought he did really well to stop a few clear cut chances.
He had a great game. Really put on a shift and you can tell how bad he wanted to prove himself, throwing himself at challenges.
Otamendi played pretty well today hey?
Great game. Thought we got shafted a bit - but I'll take the draw.

Pool missed chances and so did we. Not sure what's going on with the shooting boots
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From a neutral's perspective yes but as a fan no. We had so many chances at the end their, Aguero has lost some of his edge and sharpness he used to have. Now it takes him a lot more chances to score a goal, his stumping over chances he would have buried seasons ago. Still love him though but I wish we finished those chances, 3 points would have been big for us. Although Sterling had some good chances as well.

John Stones had a much better game today. He did well against Moanco in the second leg despite the scoreline and did well today with some great tackles and clearances. His showing some improvement.

MOTM for me: David Silva, yet again showing why his such a class player. His a wingers wet dream. He'll set them up time after time.
That lineup against Pool can either be great attacking or Disastrous defensively.
So with next season, are we good with Otamendi, Kompany, Stones and another CB?

From what I'm hearing, Jorge Mendes the agent of Nicolas Otamendi, is that his pushing to get Real Madrid to sign the defender this summer. Considering how well he did with Valencia, he could make a possible return and if offered, I don't see him rejecting a move to Real.

I for one wouldn't mind losing him. He was decent the first season and well his at all time career low at City this season. I love his aggressiveness but his reckless and has at times been worse than Stones. His a top defender no doubt but I feel his time at City has really not worked as he would have liked.

That would leave us Kompany who really can't be counted on and Stones. Kolarov is a decent back-up, I don't see Pep letting him go. With Otamendi, Clichy, Zaba and Sagna possibly gone this summer. That would mean 2 new FBs and probably 2 new CBs maybe.

This back-line situation is really puzzling for next season.
just call back nastasic and joe and negredo..those guys never really bad at city
Negredo didnt do that well at City and Hart used to get dropped to the bench by Pellegrini numerous times...If he was that good Liverpool would have come after him already, he's a good goalie but certainly not Courtois or De Gea level
Get Dzeko back before Negredo. He's killin it with Roma with 20 league goals plus 10 in cup and European games. I always thought him and Aguero were a really good 442 strike partnership.
While dezko is good hes aging and Serie A Is not like prem, look at Pogba.
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Dzeko's goals per minutes stats were better than that of Aguero
None are coming back from loan. Plain and simple. Pep won't look back, he will move on for future players.

No strikers coming in next season. The positions we need filled are:

CM: Yaya replacement
DM: A rotation player with Fernandinho
RB: Sagna and Zaba are gone this summer
LB: Clichy is gone as well
CB: Otamendi could be gone this summer, Kompany can't be relied on which only leaves us Stones and Kolarov. At least 2 new CBs.

I want:

CM: Isco, Nothing more needs to be said, quality player that sets the tempo of the game.

DM: William Carvalho, we need top DM that has got good height and can win the second ball. We really lack players with height and it does help that Pep's brother is his agent.

LB: Alex Grimaldo, a favored LB by Pep and considered even Barca is looking to resign him as Jordi Alba heir, I don't mind snatching him away.

RB: We've been linked to Bellerin but I don't want him. Let him stay Aresnal. I want Mario Gaspar of Villarreal. One of the most consistent RB in la liga and another player I'm sure Pep would like to have. I would want a RB from the PL but I don't see any other quality RB in the league apart from Clynn and Walker and neither will leave their clubs to join us.

CB: Antonio Rudgier: Very versatile. Can play anywhere across the back line from LB to RB. Strong young player with a great future and is regular player for Germany.

CB: Virgil Van Dijk: His been linked to many clubs this summer and he is very expensive but I've said this before. His a young Kompany that his much faster and better on the ball. If anything his the best CB in the market. I know we've been linked to Bonucci but we don't have a chance, I want VVD to join us asap.

I don't expect all the signs to happen in one window but I do expect an overhaul of players at the back this summer. First is the back-line.
Disappointing CL exit but hopefully we learn from it and don't turn another Arsenal who just gets in the competition as a participant.

Hope we bounce back by thrashing Liverpool, but knowing us, we probably will give them the game of their lives, which they'll celebrate like they won the league but still finish below us come the end of season lol.
Don't laugh, we have nothing to laugh about, at this point I wouldn't doubt they would make it further than us in the UCL.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7HucrjX0AA0hd3.jpg:large
So we have Liverpool coming up, can we please see Kompany start for the love of god. The only two injured players are G. Jesus and Gundogan. Everyone else is fit, not sure why Kompany has been riding the bench for so long now, his been fit for a while, we have a nice international break coming up, Pep to use him sometime. One game with a solid defender at the back would be welcomed.


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54
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11
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6
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29
12
32
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42
31
15
5
9
29
13
31
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48
33
13
7
8
28
14
30
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47
33
14
6
8
28
15
28
-10
46
36
16
4
8
28
16
27
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63
36
18
3
8
29
17
24
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26
17
6
6
29
18
22
-13
33
20
14
10
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28
19
20
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24
18
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11
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12
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13
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24
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26
0
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31
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10
12
1
3
2
6
2
5
-7
12
5
3
2
1
6
3
3
-11
16
5
3
3
0
6
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