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Any thoughts on Sebastian Rudy? We are thinking of getting him on loan to fill in for Fernandinho in the CDM position when needed
That would be a good move if the Schalke 04 allow it. His a excellent player with a good range of passing and works his socks off. He caught my eye during the Confederations cup 2017 for Germany, very good tidy player. Hopefully it comes through. Fernandinho should be rested for often for the second half of the season and UCL games.
He was really good before he went bayern then forgot all about him.
Never seen him play, but he supposed to be a temporary backup for Fernandinho if we get him.
Give me NEVES! Honestly does it matter what we do.Only person who can do what Fernandinho does is Kante and that’s not happening. Bottom line is that should be our only focus after the season. And maybe a center back considering Otamendi and Kompany may be at the end.
@all City guys

Apologises for my post on lfc page, had a long shift at work and my post was not to be aimed at all city fans, but silly old Sergio didn't proof read before posting. I love ya (most of you's)
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Aww, can we meet at a cafe at the end of the season ;) where you can propose with the PL trophy. Prove your love Sergio!
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This is not your fist time taking jabs at City and I really don't care but please don't go around and portray this impartial mode image, because unlike Tomikato and Kgb112 you are not.
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@Footy Why are you so rude? The man apologized.

Why all this windig people up and trolling? I think most people would aprichiate if you acted a bit nicer. You are one of the reason for the fights between city and pool fans IMO.
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@khessler please don’t post on Liverpool forums anymore. Thanks. You only post to wind them up and sorry that’s not allowed

@kopforever - you are welcome to post here man, as long as you are not bitter. Let’s talk about football. Banter is ok. No fights. Also, to get respect be respectful. Not generalize an entire fan base. I won’t say anymore. I’d actually like folks like you, honestabe abd kevmo post more here, but hey your choice.

@everyone - I am not letting this page turn to s**t. Let’s talk about football - otherwise I will clean things up myself.

Yes - I am judge dredd. Thanks
For dick measuring contests go to reddit
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Tomikato

I am not ashamed to hold my hands up when I am wrong.
But the way I talk to foooty is from how I see his replies to me. This is not towards any other City fan though maybe what I say I hurt city fans.

I promise you all I say on here is bannter and both our team fans on here are very passionate and both have every reason to be because we both support 2 awesome teams.
Tomikato while what I say may intend to wind them up at some points I think you can go through and see none of what I say is purposely inflammatory. I don’t talk about the slip, I don’t say “29 years” I don’t comment that salah dives. Is usually banter reasonable.

Also also, I did not see this post before my latest posts on their page
@Kop, @Khessler, @Footy - simple rules guys. All of you are users who contribute to good discussions - so hear me out.

If you go to rival forums - don't annoy the rival fans. Your presence there is not to defend City or Liverpool. Fans like to let off steam. Let them do that. No need to feel obliged to go in and defend your club.

Enough s**t is said about City and Liverpool on opposite forums. It is bad and alienates other fans from posting. So going there and fighting them will only make it worse.

@Kop - you say lot of bad things about City on pool forums - which is why you got some flack when you came here :D but believe me that will disappear if you really want to talk football

@Footy - your slippy jokes don't enamor you to any pool fans. Same case as Kop - they will not show you mercy on their page

@Khessler - you always start with 'liverpool fans ... ' which is accusatory and pisses people off, whether you mean it or not

Long story short, earn your respect if you have to go to rival forums. Otherwise stay in your own. But bashing rival fans and generalizing will only make this place worse. If you seek catharsis through talking smack - go to Reddit. But believe me - there is no redemption. It just makes you bitter. I am not talking about singing Kumbaya with rival fans, but let's not go into their houses and scream at their faces. You go into rival houses with respect.
Tomikato, I find them amusing and genuinely don't care what they think, Liverpool fans have lost all the respect on this site. I don't post on their forum because they're constantly on their periods and as soon as they hear Liverpool name mentioned by City fans, their rational thought goes out of the window. I mean you've seen they talk all sort of nonsense about City in their page (and their so-called impartial mode has also been joining them), like can't fill the stadium, plastic fans and my favorite we can never be rivals lol. Yes, you're not our rival in the EPL yet because you have NOT won a single EPL, so strictly speaking about EPL, you're no different from any relegation teams.
our wingers in 2018/19:

Sane: 13 goals & 11 assists
Sterling: 12 goals & 11 asists
Mahrez: 9 goals & 8 assists

And since the start of 2019, we have now:
Games: 5
Goals Scored: 24
Goals Conceded: 1

P.S. Not bad, let's keep this up blues!:D
We need some more goals in the prem tbh. Don’t think we’re scoring enough for the chances we create.
I don't get it, crystal palace does a job on us and can't do a job on pool -_- come on! Lol.
CP played well against them and it seems like lady luck has been favoring them this season, Mahrez penalty miss, Pickford 3pt gift, and today another gk gift to name a few. That's not even considering the Olympic dives by Salah that won them several games, which he attempted again today against CP. Maybe this is their year after all!
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Not yet, not yet :D 15 games to go. The season is long
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Fooooty

There is a difference of going down easy when you get touched and like Sterling, that wind blows him down... That's a dive

You create your own luck and about time because there were many times things didn't go our way.

That 4-3 made palace look better than they were. We were all over them.

But we don't care... "By hook or by crook" I'll take the win :P

Your train needs to do something it is in full flow but still behind :)
@Kop, with all due respect, Salah goes down just like Sterling or even easier. Sterling does not get several blatant penalties. Just see today's game.

I am not jumping on Salah's dive brigade, but you keep getting Sterling in the conversation when it does not make sense. At this point it is just your blind hate for Sterling
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Kop4Ever, as it was pointed out bringing Sterling into this conversation to rationalize Salah's dives shows nothing but you still being upset about him leaving to a winner team lol. Sterling has it's moments but the ironic thing is that Sterling used to play for a team called Liverpool as was Suarez, so you guys have a great track record of producing world class divers.

And don't worry about our "train," it knows how to come from behind and get over the line unlike yours that has a track record of slipping and never being over the line.:D

P.S. Sterling EPL title 1 vs 0 Liverpool :)
^ Since talking about the past and not the current gives me the Opportunity to say we have a track record of 18 times league and 5 times CL and many more times. So guess looking at it in past tense we have a better track record LMFAO

You Kinda walked into that one :P

But if we are talking about the NOW which is more Important.
Well, you just have to look at the Table right over there in the top corner :)

Guess that Sorted both the past and Present lollllllll
So from the entire Tomikato and my post, you got that - no offense, do you read what you write, ah?

"Guess that Sorted both the past and Present" - where was I talking about the past? Raheem Sterling won EPL title last year, which makes him the CURRENT aka PRESENT champion, do you understand that.

As far as "NOW," we're half way through the season, and you haven't won anything yet, do you remember 2013/2014, where Liverpool had premature ejaculation by printing all those champions t-shirts and we all know what happened.:D
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Fooooty

Anything before today is the past but guess my post goes over your head?

Each one of Salah pens he was tackled so if he went down easy or not he was fouled so technically they were pens... Am I correct?

But I guess you rather it in some fancy way to get out of it but in reality, it's simple. Foul gets a pen. Dive is when you don't even get touched like What sterling those. So we can chat about it until the cows come

So mate nothing wrong with what I write it's just simple common sense goes over your head lol
Why did this thread go so wrong :(
About the original post. Palace played very well and could have gotten a point. Luck was shared by both sides. We were lucky with some deflections and Palace was lucky to not conceed a penalty for two handballs in the box.
Liverpool love talking about their history, conveniently ignoring things like the Heysel stadium disaster. I bet the majority of fans here have never even heard of it. Stay classy, Liverpool.
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^^The last time they won the league, more than 90% of this site was not born. And they act like this, now imagine if they actually win it this year, no one will ever hear the end of it.
Happy Birthday to the best manager in the world, Pep Guardiola!!
Happy Birthday to the bald headed genius!
The real Special One :)
Who do you guys think is our player of the year so far? I think B. Silva has been playing on another level this season and is in with a good shout.
Fernandinho's without a Shadow of Doubt.

You had your Slip without him :P
Yup, Fernandinho has been the silent beast. Bernardo Silva comes at a close second.
Fernandinho - Most valuable by far. Bernardo has been on fire though, he brings so much to the game. We have not missed KdB as much.

@Kop4Ever - nice way to get back with the slip up jokes :P i like that banter

Yeah, it's hard to argue against Fernandinho.
Could have been Mendy with that start and without injuries. Right now its got to be Fernandinho
^ Mendy is fantastic attack wise, but he is also not the best defender. I wonder how he will do against the big teams. I would generally put Mendy way down the pecking order, but you are right about the potential. Unfortuantely we have not seen it due to injuries
Mendy is back in training :D yayyyyyyyy
I hope he doesn't turn into another Jovetic, a fantastic player but played for a couple games, got injured, came back from injury and did the same thing all over.
Pep saying where considering looking for a potential LB cover. Most likely this window, don't expect any big names but we certainly need a player who is an out and out LB and someone that can compete with Mendy. Mendy walts right into the XI and knows he doesn't have any real competition for his position.
We were rumoured to sign Chillwell from Leicester ... I like the name :D
Other than a LB and Fernandinho's replacement, I think we should target Dybala who could be a long term replacement for Aguero.
I doubt that will happen, we won't be talking about a Aguero replacement until he decides to leave. Plus we need to see more from Jesus who's still young.

As for the LB, I don't see Leicester selling us another of their star players. They will demand 50mil and I don't think City is going to pay that for him.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCxBh25xlpQ

Stevie G is leading the Yaya & Kolo Toure song :D

At first I was mad at Yaya with the whole Pep problem he had but then after watching the MNF with Yaya I realized he's still a City legend no matter what and its understandable you are the best player on the team an automatic starter and then Pep comes around and drops you to the bench first then omits you from the Champions League squad completely, obviously there will be emotions.
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He is a dick. Using the race card without substance is a really low move. Also he keeps praising himself which makes me lose all respect. Yaya was a fantastic player but was always about himself. His rant and reaction on not getting African player of the year said a lot. And then he totally disrespects the club and the management after. The truth is that he was not fit to start in peps system. We have him a babysitter in Fernandinho which made him look better than what he was while undermining Fernandinho’s strenghts
Come on Tomikato, I know he was wrong about his rant and the race card but lets forgive him for that and remember him for the 25+ goals he scored the year we won the EPL under Pellegrini, and smashed the total goals scored in a season (156) even Pep's centurion season didnt top the 156 goals. He was also vital under Mancini whenever we would have problems scoring Mancini always moved him more higher up the pitch (which was our key plan B) and he unlocked teams and scored goals which lead to our very first title. After all he did 300+ appearances for this club. There aren't that many players that have 300+ games under their belt in a single EPL club.
Don't forget the birthday cake saga :D
I agree with Tomi. He is a great player with bad attitude. He enjoyed stardom at city and being one of the important players. He doesn't have the right attitude to fight for his spot or face criticism.
NvjFooty you say that because Yaya was a City player...i seen you defend Chelsea players through thick and thin for bad behaviour
Yaya is a legend at City and has helped us create history and we can't take that away from him. I do appreciate all the good times his given us but unfortunately, he does have a bad attitude and was unprofessional in the way he handled himself during the last two seasons at City. He truly just couldn't accept the fact that he was much older player who couldn't handle the demands of Pep system. I wish he didn't do that sh*t because he really made himself look bad. Nevertheless, his still a legend.
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Thats the point I was making Moe66 Yaya had an attitude because he came from Barcelona but nobody can take away the LEGENDARY status from him he is still a LEGEND of this club!

When he was at his peak all the clubs in Europe Chelsea United liverpool they all wished they had Yaya and I'm sure had he played for any of those clubs they would protect him regardless of his attitude and regardless of what he said
Hahaha...that's actually pretty hilarious, and it's pretty impressive that Stevie G was able to lead them without a slip:D
@FIS, I don't think its because he came from Barca, its just that at Barca he had an issues with Pep before. At Barca he had to play in CB and CDM due to Iniesta& Xavi and once Busi got promoted, Yaya was replaced. That ended his time at Barca and I do think, Yaya truly loved his time at Barca and didn't want to go but the team was stacked, he had to leave.

Now that he had success at Man City, here comes Pep yet again and ready to replace him once more. Yaya would not have acted this way if it was any other manager but the fact that it was Pep, he felt a certain way about it. I had a feeling Yaya and Pep would come to blows at some point when he was announced as our manager.
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@FootballIsCity Yaya is a great player who has helped city win trophies. But IMO to be a club legend, player has to respect the club. Even before Pep arrived, he was whining when he isn't being recognized. This is just my opinion. No doubt he was a great player on the field. But it's his off the field attitude which makes me doubt his legendary status.
@NvjFooty Yaya has a lot of respect for this club he always compliments the chairman and the owner for what they have done for City. His only problem was Pep because before Pep he was an automatic starter and when Pep arrived he found himself on the bench and then completely excluded from the Champions League squad. Any sensible person can understand where he is coming from when he has that attitude, its wrong but its understandable.

He was not the only person that thought he wasn't being recognized, Samir Nasri also said had Yaya been Brazilian or Argentinian he would be named best player in the world and every one would be talking about him.
Yaya has no respect. He never did. He was always about himself. This is not based on what he said about Pep, but all the f*****g time. Just on and on and on about himself.

"Who else can make those runs through the midfield and then also score at the end of it" - Yaya about himself.

Well, f**k off Yaya. Have you ever spoken about any other player? You were a GREAT player, just not a legend in my opinion. You cannot lace Aguero/Kompany/Silva/Hart's shoes. And yes - you were right up there but you blew it.

Have you guys forgotten, that Yaya was ready to play for a team for $1 just to face off against Pep? Well guess what - this meant facing off against City for $1. If that is not disrespect, then what is?

If Yaya ever manages to face Fernandino in the coming months he will know what level of garbage he is against the brazilian
^Damn Tomi, you went in hard there lol. But you do have a point. I really liked Yaya and wished he wouldn't have ruined his reputation like that :(
I am sad too. I wish he had not tarnished everything. He just became bitter and conceited towards the end. Just look at the other ledendary players like Silva / Kompany / Aguero / Hart and see what i mean

Hart was dealt the worst blow, but look how classy the man is. That makes a legend. Not just good football.


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