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Carlo is sacked by real , although he have already announced that he will take an year off for a back surgery but I hope you management can convince him to join city .

Milan president is already in Madrid to do the same .
If he couldn't win the league with the most expensive front line ever then he won't be able to do anything with city. I don't want him, he's another pellegrini.
you are a disgrace, you do realize carlo won the double in his first season with chelsea? league title and FA cup iirc. also, he won the CL in his first season with real madrid, something they were chasing for over a decade. show some respect. the man has won the CL 3 times as a coach, something no other active coach can claim at the moment. he's tied with bob paisley for the record of 3 CL titles in european history. in fact, in england, only liverpool as a club has more CL than ancelotti. show some respect man.

ps barca front line cost 150 million pound + messi, you act like barca discovering messi vs ronaldo being bought means they get a pass. suarez + neymar cost more than benzema + bale.
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Khessler, Ancelotti is probably the best manager out there atm. His got European success which is something where chasing, his been a successful manger both in England, Italy and Spain. I think he would make a great manager and the only likely manager to get approached by our managment. I know you want guys like Klopp, De Boer or Vieria but they aren't going to get hired, our management want to win trophies.

Right now were in the process of needing someone to fix our team up a bit. We need an injection of new blood to balance our team and Ancelotti will have the spending and the brains to bring in some good players.

With Real, in his defense he was a bit stubborn with the line ups but he faced competition from Valencia and Atletico Madrid who took points and loads of injuries to his Madrid side. Also, he lost the title run on 2 points to probably the best attacking unit in the world. If Bale had a better season, maybe they would have taken it. Imo, he never deserved the sack.

Right now, City need to jump at the chance to sign him. Hopefully he can promote Vieria as assistant manager and things could look bright for us.
Never mind, looks like it been confirmed that MP is here for another season. His with our team for our Toronto and Houston games to end the season.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/manuel-pellegrini-stay-manchester-city-5762437
We won both the golden boots and golden glove awards, and yet we lose the title with such margin....hmmm....interesting
Why is that surprising. We were utter BS in multiple departments this year. Golden boot and Golden Glove don't mean much IMHO.

If at all, the Golden boot is testimony that we are too dependent on one striker inspite of having a quartet at our disposal. Pretty sad.
Hart, Aguero and Silva were caring this team all season. Hart and Aguero both won us important games, along with Silva stringing some magic. The rest were s**t!
So much respect to your club for giving Lampsie the respect he deserves. Class. Hopefully you can better understand why we've loved him so dearly over the last 14 years.
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Lampard is a class act. Loved every minute he played for City this term.

The finish for his goal today is testimony to how good he is, even at this stage in his career. I am actually quite sad he is leaving the league. He can still make a big difference in many of the big teams here.

We love him so much after one season I can only imagine how much you love him for the 13 or 14 you got from him.
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Lampard is one of those players that you can never hate because his such a humble professional and a class act of person in general. Whenever I did see him on the Inside City vids, he always seems happy about just being here and playing for City, I would really have kept him for another year but it is what it is. Can't wait to see his NYCFC come to Seattle.
Liverpool really showing how much they appreciate Gerrard......
Even we were able to give Lampard a win and he was only here for a year.
I thought we had it bad at one point during the season but never mind now, that was embarrassing to watch.
I think we still looked like shite today. Also are bench is so boring and predictable.
klopp, Pep, Ancelotti or Manuel
Who do u prefer??
sir alex if possible
I'd choose the fans if possible lol, but on a real, I'd go with Ancelotti proven manager, and he knows the Epl, then probably klopp, then pep, then manuel.
Klopp ain't coming, Pep is going to stick around for another year at Bayern so Ancelotti seems like the only possibility. With Real meeting up with Bentiez agent or something I think Carlo is going to get the sack. If he does, would be a great opportunity for Man City to get an experienced PL and UCL wining manager. Not to mention promote Vieria at assistant manager because his earned it, Vieria can learn a lot from Ancelotti.
I don't want experience honestly. I want hunger and new perspective. SO BasciallyI want either Klopp, Vierra, or De boer.
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I feel safe with Ancelotti but as I said various times I would give Vieira a chance.
Sure someone can be interim manager for the EDS and give it to Lampard in a year or two
The problem is, I don't want Vieria on the firing line if things go south. I would hire Ancelotti and promote Vieria as assistant manager, so in the future he takes over. Vieria can learn a lot from Ancelotti and it would give Vieria even more time to be around the first team as coaching figure and get more comfortable in a new role with the first team.
Just to let you know I have updated the cake thread:)

http://www.footytube.com/forums/general-chat/football-cakes-30694/

What makes Yaya take a huge pay cut for a team that isn't even in CL?
If Ancelotti gets the sack by Real, I'm sure his headed to City. Not that I want him as my first choice but at this point, I really don't want MP hear for next season. I'm sure his going to turn down the Milan job considering how bad the situation is for them. Does anyone know much about Ancelotti favorite formation? His type of game he likes to play?
Well Carlo's favorite formation is the 4-3-2-1 but he's quite flexible. At Milan he played a 4-3-2-1 or 4-3-1-2 at Chelsea he played a 4-3-3 or 4-3-2-1 at PSG he played a 4-2-2-2 and at Real Madrid he's played a 4-3-3 and 4-4-2.

In terms of playing style he likes his team to have possession but again he's quite flexible. His greatest strength is his ability to bind together the dressing room and foster a positive working environment.
That's exactly what we need right now. A manager who's flexible and can bring in Jovetic and other players into the team. In UCL, I want to see us playing a MF of 3 and play on counters against tougher opposition because we've got the team to do it. I want to see a manager that can adapt to different games. Sign him up!
He's a cup manager, a calm and composed manager but a cup manager at the end of the day. He does not like to rotate unless forced by injuries, which can kill a team near the end of the season.
You know if Newcastle get the drop, I kind of want Moussa Sissoko. His got pace, strength, accuracy and capable of playing out-wide of a holding role in MF. His got lots of quality and would be good fit for City.
Sissoko impressed me when the magpies first signed him. Don't know...he's on a long contract, not cheap then

We need defensive mid more, Italian press give Yaya to Inter as a done deal on to be finalised after the last game...on a 5 year contract, lol if that's true Mancini really has a lot of faith in him
How about Wanyama
I don't think were going to sign another DM with Fernandinho and Fernando around next season. I think its best to rotate between them and I'd rather keep Milner to play CM or bring in another CM who can dribble well, score from distance and a can play a deep-lying play-maker role with great distribution. If we want to play a safe game, I would want both Fernan/Fernandinho in MF but we need a MF that can contribute more to the attack like Yaya does or did.

Maybe Pjanic or Kovacic but Pjanic I would pick because his a top player who can play in CM, his very hard to mark and would join our Balkan clan at Man City.
Milner is leaving so we need another versatile player
It's difficult to predict formations when we don't even know what is going on with management. Pjanic is a good worker... in a Balkan clan without Kolarov-Dzeko-Jovetic by the look of things...

Can I say Kovacic is raw and overrated? Just a poor excuse for selling Coutinho
Well see if City actually sell Kolarov, his been putting in good shits lately. Jovetic deserves a chance in our team, his preformed well in the few chances his been given.

Kovacic is only 20, his still very raw and to early to say his overrated. I've seen him for Inter and his had a number of good performance, his just not to consistent and plays a big flat at times without some fire in his game. Although the way he drifts into good positions and finds players with good passes is great. I think a move to the PL would be a struggle for a 20 year old.
We're declared 2nd from today, let's play our 4,5 EDS players against Southampton.
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Yeah that's what I was hoping. But we will see what Pelle has to say.

Play Jovetic, FFS lol
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Id rather see iheanacho play than jovetic
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Also would be happy to see some ends players make it in the squad
MP won't as much as we all would love to see, I doubt it. MP is going to want to finish on a high note.
Read Liverpool is interested in Jovetic
you should pay them before they change their mind ^^
In a swap deal with Sterling? No thanks. Better in a swap deal with Pogba
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So Jovetic and Milner? I don't f*****g want Sterling, I would keep Jovetic, give him more playing time in that #10 role and see how he does, push Yaya to rotate with Jovetic behind the striker and guarantee Milner a starting spot in CM where he likes to play. We don't lose anyone and the last thing we need is a big headed 20 year old looking for a big salary when he certainly doesn't deserve it.
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I hope Sterling has no suiters this term.

He has been a disgrace for snubbing Pool who have really stood by him. I mean, he is far from the finished article and demanding 100k or more is just nonsensical.
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I think Sterling is like Shaun Wright Philips, a lot of promises when young but not a good player when time passes by(He didn't do any better at Chelsea and City in his 2nd term).

I need to admit Sterling has poor finish than SWP. So it's wastage of money to buy him.
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@Tomi, my hope as well. I hope he hate from the fans and boos when he steps on the pitch next season with Liverpool because his demands regardless of what his agent says or not have been disrespectful to the club that brought him up to what he is today.

Sterling's low center of gravity and speed is killer, that's what makes him so good but apart from that, he lacks in other departments. His finishing is poor and if he had more goals in to his name this season and brilliant displays, the likes of Madrid would be after him and I would see where his coming from for the 100k asking price his now where near a finished product and needs to stick with Liverpool.
no sterling please. keep Jovetic


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22
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25
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10
20
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53
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19
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18
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60
21
33
54
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6
18
38
7
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46
14
8
16
38
8
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48
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9
15
38
9
48
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51
47
16
9
13
38
10
47
-2
50
48
15
11
12
38
11
47
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47
44
15
11
12
38
12
44
-13
51
38
16
11
11
38
13
41
-9
55
46
19
8
11
38
14
39
-23
63
40
19
9
10
38
15
38
-22
53
31
14
17
7
38
16
38
-26
57
31
20
8
10
38
17
35
-18
51
33
19
11
8
38
18
33
-25
53
28
19
12
7
38
19
30
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42
24
6
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2
2
6
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5
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14
8
3
2
1
6
3
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6
3
2
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