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Wolfsburg are going to play hardball with us on KDB, now reports are saying they don't want our money. Tbh, I don't blame them. Their about to lose Perisic as well to Inter Milan which is a bit of shock to me considering how good he is. If we don't land a Jovetic replacment, then what was the point of letting him go considering were switching back to a 4-2-3-1 formation.
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Cos Gelleprini is insane. Letting go of Jojo before getting KdB.

Jojo is truly world class when he is playing behind the striker anywhere in the AMF (Totally agree that he is a trash striker)
^ The game against Bayern, he got behind Aguero and what you know 2 assist from him. He never got a proper chance and after investing 22mil in him, what a failure from MP for not implementing him into the team. I would tbh keep him rather then investing in KDB because Jovetic has a lot of potential, maybe not as much as KDB but his top quality.
Major fail if all we did this summer was get Sterling/Delph and let go of Milner/Lampard/Jovetic/Dzeko.

At the least we need to replace players who leave. Wtf Pellegrini.
There is a lot of transfer window left. A midfielder and a fullback. Should never get hung up on one player, clouds judgement.
The youngsters looked good today.
Haven't watched it yet but I was expecting a blow out. Iheanacho, Lopes, Zuculini and Deanayer in the first team for next season.
Hey guys. With the Premier League set to commence on August 8th so will the new season of Fantasy Premier League. Last season we had a Head-To-Head league for Footytube members with over 40 participants, and it was great fun.

I've taken the initiative to create another Head-To-Head league for anyone here on Footytube who is interested. Here is the league code:

321123-226354

Hope to see you in the league!
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I'm in :)
http://www.eurosport.com/football/premier-league/2012-2013/pep-guardiola-agrees-to-coach-manchester-city-this-summer_sto4721013/story.shtml
Kevin de Bruyne named player of the year in Germany.
http://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=2267712.html
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Apparently City vs Real game had a record attendance at the MCG at 99,382 beating previous record of 95,446 attendance for Melbourne vs. Liverpool game.
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Jojo on his instagram:"On my way to Milano". Shame it didn't workout as well as we hoped when we signed him due to all those stupid injuries; nevertheless, I'll not forget his outstanding performance/contribution against Bayern. Good luck to him in his new club.
If we don't get KdB then letting go of Jojo will be the stupidest move in history. With the upcoming rise of the 4-2-3-1 he could had been a vital player
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^Word.
With KDB not committing to Wolfsburg, I'm sure we will land him. I think his going to want to prove himself in the PL and play alongside some world class players.
Are you guys really okay with spending 50 mil on one player again?
When you add world class talent, it further strengthens a team. We added youth talent into our team this summer but we have yet to sign a world class player. We haven't signed a world class player since Aguero and KDB is top, top quality and his price will only go up. We'd rather snatch him up now, with PSG getting ADM, were the only team in the market for him. Silva isn't getting any younger and we don't have a replacement for him, in fact KDB would be a long term investment considering his only 24.
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3 possible formations that we can deploy next season based on the opposition we play against:

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2531515-why-4-2-3-1-should-be-the-go-to-formation-for-manchester-city-in-201516
All the formation could work, it just depends on the right kind of players MP starts.

In a 4-4-2, Toure can't contribute much defensively and we get split open with gaps of space and Silva is not really a winger, his a true number 10. His always cutting inside and dribbling to the center or hovering outside the 18.

In a 4-3-3 formation, I could see that being used against in UCl. We've been owned in the MF, Toure sitting above Fernando&Fernandinho will certainly give us control in the MF and hit teams on counter attacks with Sterling&Navas out-wide with Aguero in the middle. Silva could be used as well, his very quick but we need wingers that can also track back. We could tinker with what kind of attacking players we want but the main focus is really MF.

4-2-3-1 I think is the perfect balance between both. We can have to MF, Silva playing in the number 10 role with either Nasri/Sterling or Navas out-wide to support Aguero up top.
Word is out on the street that Pep has signed a contract with us for next yr. LOL
You're reading crap press again Tomikato
Tomi, it's Qatari news channel, BeIN sports, they broke same news at the end of May as well so it's not surprising, they'll keep breaking again and again.
Lol yes I am. I am prying on scraps these days. Cannot wait for the season to begin.
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There is a good possibly that this might actually be true based on the fact that a)Pep's contract ends at the end of the next season and he hasn't signed an extension, b)Pellegrini's contract ends at the end of the next season and he hasn't signed an extension, and c)Bayern chairman's comment "If Pep wants to stay on that’s wonderful, but if he doesn’t it won’t be the end of the world" does not exactly exhibit a certainty of him being there next year.
I don't mind seeing Pep come to City. I never really understood why Bayern hired a manger who plays a different type of football to a Bayern side that played a attack minded pacey game. He turned them into a possession type of team which I don't think really suits them. Although it suits City very much. We already play a possession type of football at City, we are a Barca-esque type of team, hell our model football team that we follow are Barcelona so it really makes sense to bring in the man that once lead the most dominating team in the world.

Another reason is, he will promote more youth players and will get rid of players that really do us not good and bring in quality players that fit our system. His not the kind of guy that will hold his tongue down and will be on his players like a freaking hawk. Not to mention this is the man that got the better of Mourinho and shut him up. I'd love to see a Pep vs Mourinho match game, it would be too good.
Me too have heard on beinsports Pep agreed to join city for 2016/17 season. Believe me I cannot wait to get this season over, i cannot bear to watch MP for one more season, the guy must be the most decent gentleman, but not the coach to promote our Club to CL or even dream of a quadruple. The choices he makes, makes me feel so loose interest in the game. can you imagine that effect. I have seen always other club fans coming here and telling us he is sooooo good, but never any citizens. we need a coach who push the players to excel, to their limits to play for the club to win.

And believe me this will be the best thing that can happen if we want to be a recognized club, where players wants to join our club, not the third choice. The truth is even with all the money, many players don't want to join us given a choice.
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Anybody's watching Chelsea vs City (women)? City's leading by a goal from Tony Duggan at half time.

Lucy Bronze(City women's right back) is better than at least our 3 first team full backs.
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City women won by 2-1. I really enjoyed watching this game live as much as our first team's game against Chelsea. It's really heart touching how they celebrate goals and win. It seems they're proud of wearing sky blue jerseys and win means a lot to them.

Believe me guys, if our first team players play with same team spirit by fighting for each other and keeping their bodies in the line to make up for teammates then they will win league by 5 games in spare.

Most of the time, money and ego are destroying real game of football.
I watched NYCFC game that ended 5:3 and it was very entertaining, especially when Pirlo came on - hope to see him on loan when MLS season ends :D


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