City targeting Haaland to replace Aguero
31/03/2021 | sport | football | 1,113
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is targeting Erling Braut Haaland as Sergio Aguero's replacement, and other options include Harry Kane.
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31/03/2021 12:11:29 8 12
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Can you imagine City with Haaland and Grealish in their squad? Would be almost unbeatable!!
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31/03/2021 12:19:32 1 0
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Might be the plan .
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31/03/2021 12:24:06 1 1
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Champs League- ?
Prem- What else can you say
Carabao, FA Cup- ?
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31/03/2021 12:24:21 6 2
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Approaching £2B spent on players if they sign them two. All legal and above board of course.
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31/03/2021 12:27:05 1 1
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Haaland maybe but not seen much of him, just media opinion. Grealish no. Not needed, better areas of team to spend money on and would be no better than what they already have. Slows the ball down too much, wouldn’t fit IMO.
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
Such a insightful comment.
You must be a joy to be around.
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31/03/2021 12:19:12 3 1
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Care for another sour apple , washed down with a glass or two of bitter lemon ?
Don’t forget Ilkay Gundigan. Wearing t shirt protesting about human rights abuse whilst also playing for a regime that has been condemned by Amnesty International for Human Rights abuse.
A squad full of complete hypocrites.
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31/03/2021 12:20:39 1 2
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a footballer mercenary? say it ain't so! looking beyond that, one of the best strikers in the Prem League era.
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31/03/2021 12:25:09 0 0
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"dirtiest", not "dirties"
This is clearly written by someone how has no interest or knowledge of football.
Numpty.
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Haha, you sad bastard. Removed
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
Such a insightful comment.
You must be a joy to be around.
Total Melt
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31/03/2021 12:20:08 2 7
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He was a horrible player, like Tevez before him. The league will be much better he's going.
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
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So you support the slavery of the UAE and the forced subjugation of millions of people so that the Emptihad can parade billion pounds worth of players like the mercenary Aguero. Pathetic mouthpiece Removed
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31/03/2021 12:16:17 1 9
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Kane is 27. Great research. The key to good journalism.
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31/03/2021 12:19:33 2 0
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Pedantic.28 in the summer if he signs for them.
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31/03/2021 12:21:00 1 1
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He'll be 28 when the proposed transfer would happen, and when he played his first game.

Engage your brain. The key to good HYS comments.
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31/03/2021 12:16:55 2 6
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If Kane doesn't move to Man City this summer it's unlikely he will ever win a big trophy - who else is going to take him with a decent chance of success?
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31/03/2021 12:18:50 9 2
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Who else can afford him?
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
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31/03/2021 12:17:20 15 17
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Just whip open the chequebook yet again. A sad state of affairs. Sadly the chequebook will never be able to buy you a big history or tradition. Your history and tradition is a Championship yo-yo team. It's also your future when the oil money runs out
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31/03/2021 12:27:06 6 7
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Jealous much
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31/03/2021 12:46:41 4 3
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It's a very interesting question as to what will happen when the world becoms less reliant on oil. The economy of many middle eastern countries may well collapse and certain familes may well see their riches evaporate, though it's just as likely they'll start investing in other things. People that rich rarely become poor.
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31/03/2021 13:20:23 0 1
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When oil money runs out.... like that's going to happen tomorrow lol
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Ian
31/03/2021 13:42:38 3 1
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Chequebooks have always helped win the league. Money is just more transparent nowadays
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31/03/2021 12:17:45 2 3
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Rumours are that Haaland wants £600k a week. There is no way City would pay him anything like that.
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31/03/2021 12:22:17 0 1
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That is for Man City alone because of the relationships. For others, it could be half.
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31/03/2021 12:25:49 2 1
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Rumours? Where from? Got any concrete proof?. Thought not.
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31/03/2021 12:18:03 9 10
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Poor old Stoned, trying his best to keep a positive spin on mid-table Man u's prospects of signing this prodigious talent.

"City, City, the best team in the world"
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31/03/2021 12:48:30 4 1
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It must be a shallow league if 2nd place is considered mid table.

At least try to make your wind up comments make a little sense. It's embarassing for City fans who actually try.
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31/03/2021 14:28:33 1 0
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except on a wider basis they are worse than Nottingham Forest because they have fewer European Trophies... and have never qualified for the world Club Championship.
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31/03/2021 12:18:11 111 8
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I believe Haaland will be looking to add to his CL tally in his QUARTER FINAL against City, not L16 tie.
You'd think someone would proofread these articles first!
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31/03/2021 12:38:41 118 17
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It’s a low bar at BBC when it comes to journalism.
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31/03/2021 14:36:13 3 4
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City fans are not bothered, neither is coming, we have Ferran and Delap and lots of defenders and midfielders who can score goals.

Aguero left because he and Messi want to play together in their final years, Pep agrees because he still doing some favours to his old clubs, Barca and Bayern.
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31/03/2021 14:51:43 2 1
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Most of them are written by bots these days especially sports ones.
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31/03/2021 15:41:19 2 6
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Seems a popular hobby bashing a bbc journo for writing an article and god forbid they do a typo. All the intellectuals on here must be amazing at their high powered jobs and never make mistakes. Get a life
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31/03/2021 12:18:14 13 14
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What, another £300m+ transfer window spend from Abu Dhabi? That Etihad sponsorship really does go a long way!
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31/03/2021 12:34:42 7 4
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Could you let us all know the previous transfer windows when City spent £300+?

You’ll be looking a long time
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31/03/2021 12:18:36 271 133
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Might as well buy both since no one seems to regulate how much they spend
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So bitter.
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31/03/2021 13:13:38 14 18
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Exactly
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31/03/2021 13:17:07 45 15
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What are you on about. They are clearly profitable, just look at the new £100 million sponsorship deal they just signed for the corner flag.
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31/03/2021 13:20:11 9 11
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Ha Ha HA
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31/03/2021 13:21:24 29 19
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City could have an A and B team make top 4 "excluding" injuries. It's not a surprise given their net spend over the last five seasons is half a billion.

Money is killing the competitiveness in football and the prem. Until transfer/salary caps are implemented with significant fines/taxes, then we are just gonna move further away from being competitive sport.
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31/03/2021 13:41:53 5 8
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even if there was, they'd just bypass the regulations
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31/03/2021 13:56:27 10 7
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I get that you might be understandably bitter and unhappy about City’s financial power. If I was a fan of a rival team, I’m sure I would be too.
The thing that’s a bit silly about this post, though, is that you know it is literally untrue. City have been extensively prosecuted by UEFA in relation to how much we spend. It very much is regulated, and we *cannot* buy both.
Just don’t exaggerate. :)
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31/03/2021 14:00:37 13 7
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Jealous and has no clue of the law.
Restricting competition to keep the big boys in debt at the top (the very definition of a cartel).
ManUnited, Barce, Madrid to name a few, look at the state of their finances, United even borrowing money now!
Green eyes shining brighter than ever.
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31/03/2021 14:01:04 6 4
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Aw diddums
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31/03/2021 14:08:35 10 7
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Oh diddums. No one seems to mention Man U are in £450 million of debt but still manage to spend billions.
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31/03/2021 15:23:00 1 0
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Meeee-owwwww ??????
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31/03/2021 15:25:21 1 1
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Kane??? No thanks,he is nowhere near good enough to pull on the sky blue shirt and certainly wouldn’t fit into the squad!
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31/03/2021 15:51:14 2 0
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so so bitter
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31/03/2021 16:46:31 2 0
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apart from FFP apparently....which we have fully complied with

didnt you get the memo?
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31/03/2021 16:52:57 2 0
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must be a liverpool fan the only english club to actually brak fifa fair play rules sad time, Fifa if you understand anything at all about contract law were always going to lose vs City as Fifa did not have a case.
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31/03/2021 17:22:02 2 0
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Check these out :

1. City annual report for 2018 / 2019 and audited financial statements.

https://www.mancity.com/annualreport2019/

2. FFP rules
state that clubs may only spend football related revenues to funds transfers, wages etc. Available on numerous sites.

3. Deloitte’s football money league

https://www2.deloitte.com/bg/en/pages/finance/articles/football-money-league-2020.html
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31/03/2021 17:24:48 2 0
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Shame eh???
Never mind lol
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He is not even a good troll! Removed
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
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31/03/2021 12:16:55 2 6
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If Kane doesn't move to Man City this summer it's unlikely he will ever win a big trophy - who else is going to take him with a decent chance of success?
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31/03/2021 12:18:50 9 2
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Who else can afford him?
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31/03/2021 12:19:01 25 9
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Kane better option despite Haaland being younger and better. City gel as a team rather than having key individuals and I cant see Pep allowing a 20 year old to come in and earn more than the established stars. This is before we get started on Raiola.
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31/03/2021 12:26:04 5 5
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If you see the Bundesliga, then retract this comment. Raiola, fair enough.
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31/03/2021 12:38:54 7 4
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Haaland is no way better than Kane! If you think that you haven't been paying attention.
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31/03/2021 12:50:45 2 0
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I'd love to see Haaland at Man Utd but seeing all the fun and games Raiola brings re Pogba, I'd be happy to miss out on him (which is likely what'll happen anyway!). Whoever signs Haaland will get all the extra baggage and it becomes a side show any team could do without.
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31/03/2021 13:30:11 6 5
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Harland has a brilliant record but suggesting he’s better than Kane is quite ridiculous. He’s playing in a much weaker league and has only been there for just over a year. He doesn’t have the playmaking ability that Kane does.
Potentially he could become almost as good as Kane but currently Kane is a lot better.
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31/03/2021 14:11:01 0 1
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Kane is too old to be shelling out 100m + on(spurs will want way more given his contract isn't up until 2024), particularly in this climate but dealing with Raiola is an issue.
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
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31/03/2021 12:19:12 3 1
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Care for another sour apple , washed down with a glass or two of bitter lemon ?
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31/03/2021 12:19:21 12 16
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But I thought Haaland likes to play in front of many fans?

I know for sure he wants to win the Champions league one day and as proven, that is very unlikely at City.

although I am sure he will cherish a treble of league cups if he won that!
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31/03/2021 12:19:28 0 4
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Haven't seen him live but he looks massive, hope City don't just use him as a big target. Makes teams very one dimensional
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31/03/2021 12:24:30 5 0
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Is he signing for them? Do share your insider knowledge.
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31/03/2021 12:11:29 8 12
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Can you imagine City with Haaland and Grealish in their squad? Would be almost unbeatable!!
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31/03/2021 12:19:32 1 0
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Might be the plan .
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31/03/2021 12:16:17 1 9
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Kane is 27. Great research. The key to good journalism.
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31/03/2021 12:19:33 2 0
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Pedantic.28 in the summer if he signs for them.
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31/03/2021 12:19:37 6 8
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If we’re serious about FFP maybe there should be a limit of up to, say, £100m spend per club per transfer window, and wages no higher than £100k per week so clubs can’t overpay the best players, allowing other clubs a shot at attracting the best talent
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31/03/2021 12:24:55 0 1
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It would be too hard to combat because of inflation and demand.
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31/03/2021 12:49:33 0 2
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The latest news on FFP is that UEFA are going to scrap it! I think Man City getting off with breaking FFP rules basically killed it any way.

Haaland will probably end up at Real Madrid.
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31/03/2021 13:20:14 0 0
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Unrealistic mate
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31/03/2021 12:19:48 29 25
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Financial fair play at its finest. I would love to see how these top Managers would fair with a team with no spending power and then see how wonderful they are. Mourinho with Porto and Klopp with Dortmund are the closest you get to this, with Pep only ever with money.
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31/03/2021 13:36:54 16 7
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Pep has Improved every player at City... Dont agree tell me who has digressed.
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31/03/2021 13:46:14 2 1
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All lies of course.
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31/03/2021 15:52:56 0 1
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I'd love to see how "wonderful" you would be at City, Rob - you'd show'em!
Failing that, perhaps Dyche or Allardyce could have a go....
Such a insightful comment.
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31/03/2021 12:20:08 2 7
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He was a horrible player, like Tevez before him. The league will be much better he's going.
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31/03/2021 12:20:09 29 5
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Good signing for any aspirational side ... Although I think Grealish is good .. long term Haaland would be first signing ..
Record is phenomenal and can only see him getting better, injuries aside.
Be nice to see him gracing the PL
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31/03/2021 12:23:28 58 90
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Yeah for a real club not one invented by Arabs around 15 years ago.
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31/03/2021 12:33:24 10 0
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Haaland has raiola as his agent so he won’t stay at one club for more than three years. More transfers= more money in raiola’s pocket
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
Don’t forget Ilkay Gundigan. Wearing t shirt protesting about human rights abuse whilst also playing for a regime that has been condemned by Amnesty International for Human Rights abuse.
A squad full of complete hypocrites.
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31/03/2021 12:22:45 0 0
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Glad someone sees sense. Probably all bots from the UAE trying to big up their team smh
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Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
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31/03/2021 12:20:39 1 2
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a footballer mercenary? say it ain't so! looking beyond that, one of the best strikers in the Prem League era.
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31/03/2021 12:22:15 1 3
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A very dirty player
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31/03/2021 12:20:46 50 41
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Would love to see pep manage a club where he hasn't got the luxury of unlimited cash flow. Let's see how he would cope at spurs
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31/03/2021 12:53:47 32 28
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the same could apply to jurgen the german and jose the whinger
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31/03/2021 13:34:05 6 4
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I would love to see Messi take Yeovil Town to the Premier league, but sometimes you are that good you don`t have to start at the bottom!
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31/03/2021 13:40:22 2 0
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you mean manage a club like Southend united
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31/03/2021 13:48:19 9 4
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I’d like to see Big Sam have a go at managing a small supermarket, I reckon he’d be pretty good.

I’d also be interested in seeing Peter Crouch put up some shelves. His height would be useful but does he have the full range of practical skills?
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31/03/2021 13:51:40 7 4
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Barca didn't spend much under Pep, they had top players coming through their academy. Also, Madrid kept spending and couldn't touch Barca under Pep. Man United keep spending and are still useless. You need a top coach to manage a top team. It would be interesting to see what he would do with a team like spurs, but I'm sure if given time he'd do quite well.
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31/03/2021 13:53:39 1 7
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I'd love to see my local traffic warden manage Man City. Bit of a straw man argument there chap.
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31/03/2021 14:06:45 0 0
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The same Pelegrini did at West Ham. No money no success.
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31/03/2021 14:16:06 0 2
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Me too Jon. I don’t mind city or their fans but you do think if they decide to buy players such as Hareland or Grealish then what hope have the others got? As for Pep I’d love to see him keep Rotherham in the championship. I rate Neil warnock as good as Pep
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31/03/2021 15:02:30 1 0
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Why on earth would anyone want to go to Spurs?
Only possible reason could be an allergy to silver.
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31/03/2021 15:30:11 0 0
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Pahahaha, you’ve got more chance of juggling soot if you think Pep would go to the y i d s - he’s a serial winner ...... how many years since the spuds put anything in their trophy cabinet? (Apart from dust!) ????????
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31/03/2021 15:33:43 0 0
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Better than what you've had
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31/03/2021 17:58:48 1 0
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Yeah, I agree, it would be an interesting experiment. Similarly I’d be interested to see how well Rafa Nadal does at Wimbledon if he competes wearing flip flops and a mankini. But understandably, as a top pro, he’d rather compete with the best resources.
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31/03/2021 21:31:24 0 0
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So based on that you or me just blow money on whoever we want and hey presto....you win trophies, what an idiotic sense of reasoning you have, name one club in the world who wouldn’t have him as a coach?
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31/03/2021 12:16:17 1 9
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Kane is 27. Great research. The key to good journalism.
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31/03/2021 12:21:00 1 1
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He'll be 28 when the proposed transfer would happen, and when he played his first game.

Engage your brain. The key to good HYS comments.
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So you support the slavery of the UAE and the forced subjugation of millions of people so that the Emptihad can parade billion pounds worth of players like the mercenary Aguero. Pathetic mouthpiece Removed
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31/03/2021 12:20:39 1 2
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a footballer mercenary? say it ain't so! looking beyond that, one of the best strikers in the Prem League era.
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31/03/2021 12:22:15 1 3
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A very dirty player
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31/03/2021 12:17:45 2 3
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Rumours are that Haaland wants £600k a week. There is no way City would pay him anything like that.
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That is for Man City alone because of the relationships. For others, it could be half.
Don’t forget Ilkay Gundigan. Wearing t shirt protesting about human rights abuse whilst also playing for a regime that has been condemned by Amnesty International for Human Rights abuse.
A squad full of complete hypocrites.
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31/03/2021 12:22:45 0 0
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Glad someone sees sense. Probably all bots from the UAE trying to big up their team smh
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31/03/2021 12:23:34 0 0
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Have you not heard of Man City’s ‘influencers’?
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31/03/2021 12:23:10 1 7
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If Haaland doesn't go to Man Utd, are they still like the biggest club in the world? At least they still have Ole & Martial! ????
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31/03/2021 12:25:49 6 4
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Yes. They are still one of the biggest clubs. Maybe if city finally get a champions league trophy they might also be classed as a big club
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31/03/2021 12:23:20 85 26
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Man City don't need Kane but if he ever wants to win anything then Kane needs City or practically any other big club aboard.
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31/03/2021 13:17:32 22 12
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Abroad*
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31/03/2021 13:27:45 6 8
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Kane would be absolutely perfect for Man City. He’s more of a Pep player than Aguero ever was. They’re already a very good side but with Kane they’d be the best in the world by a distance.
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31/03/2021 14:20:00 12 4
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Kane's already 'aboard' a club...the problem is they sink every season!????
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31/03/2021 14:53:49 3 3
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Man City still haven't won the Champions League. They need all they can get the poors.
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31/03/2021 16:26:56 3 9
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Spurs have had more CL finals than City. In fact, aside from Liverpool, which other English side made it that far in the last 10 years?
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31/03/2021 16:47:26 2 3
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no thanks....not for me... and a sizeable amount of other City fans
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31/03/2021 20:06:27 0 0
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Not Often.
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31/03/2021 12:23:24 2 10
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Come on Aguero. Welcome to Manchester!
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31/03/2021 12:20:09 29 5
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Good signing for any aspirational side ... Although I think Grealish is good .. long term Haaland would be first signing ..
Record is phenomenal and can only see him getting better, injuries aside.
Be nice to see him gracing the PL
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Yeah for a real club not one invented by Arabs around 15 years ago.
Are you playing City bingo?

Or do you just hate clubs owned by non-white owners?
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31/03/2021 12:51:38 28 11
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Which club has not received investment in their lifetime?

Owned by Arabs? That sounds so biggotted.

I guess mental health effects some more than others during lockdown.
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31/03/2021 13:02:22 15 10
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What is the problem with people about citys wealth.
Can you HONESTLY tell me you would not want the investment they have had.
If not then follow Newcastle
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31/03/2021 13:15:51 6 13
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City are buying the title now, United did it for years, then Chelski. That is the way football works there will be exceptions, Wenger built arsenal under cost, Klopp built liverpool undercost and then of course the foxes did it for free
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31/03/2021 13:24:54 20 9
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Not sure who you support but City won a European trophy before L.f.c. and an f.a. cup before Chelsea where formed! so where does 15 years fit in?
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31/03/2021 13:34:31 4 6
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Bitter and beating must support a club from Salford.
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31/03/2021 13:41:31 5 4
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Dry your tears, chum(p).
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31/03/2021 13:44:35 16 3
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It is "real" Steve, I've eaten the pies & sat in seats, but well done there - by using the phrase "invented by Arabs" you have managed to insult the legacy of St Marks & Ardwick who created the team in 1880 & renamed it in 1894, insulted City fans like me who followed City to league, cup & European success in the 50s and 60s and also made yourself sound like a bigot & slightly Islamophobic.
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31/03/2021 13:44:49 7 1
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Steve42 is that your IQ.
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31/03/2021 14:00:24 5 1
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The way you use the word “Arabs” here says everything we need to know. I’m always flabbergasted by the racism the BBC allow on threads about City.
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31/03/2021 14:06:41 3 1
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City made off real owned assets Arabs or not...

United made off borrowing large sums of money and still borrowing...
poor united
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31/03/2021 14:30:31 0 0
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Zzzzzzz. Tedious.
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31/03/2021 15:11:12 0 0
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I bet it hurts when you think
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31/03/2021 15:27:47 0 0
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....I don’t think he’d go to Notts Forest, just a hunch! W??
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31/03/2021 15:36:50 2 0
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Give it a rest> Jealousy can be overwhelming causing ill health and anxiety
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31/03/2021 15:39:35 5 0
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Yeah, stevie, that wasn't City my grandad started following in 1908. And it wasn't Maine Road where my Dad attended the game against Stoke which still holds the record attendance for a domestic fixture. And I only imagined I was at Wembley to witness Weaver's heroics in goal against Gillingham - along with the other 28,000+third tier record home attendees. That was another Manchester City.

Pftt..
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31/03/2021 15:47:20 0 0
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Lol good one mate
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31/03/2021 16:49:43 0 0
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same one that won a European trophy before anyone else in england?

hows that work then?
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31/03/2021 17:18:57 0 0
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As inch as I dislike city they are a real club just as much as any other team there not called red bull city are they I saw them play tranmere in division 2 when I was 10 or 11 there fans are lucky I’d love my team to be bought out by Wealthy Arabs and if you look at what they have done to a very poor part of Manchester it’s good. AND we get to watch top players rather than tranmere....
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31/03/2021 20:07:50 0 0
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Yeah like Chelsea ??
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ren
31/03/2021 21:08:03 0 0
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Sounds like a rather bitter gammon steak. Got a good pasting here though.
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31/03/2021 21:30:46 0 0
bbc
Wow, so bitter, ......wouldn't want to see what's going on in your mind.
31/03/2021 22:05:57 0 0
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So bitter ??
01/04/2021 10:33:34 0 0
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Arabs?? racist much?
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31/03/2021 12:22:45 0 0
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Glad someone sees sense. Probably all bots from the UAE trying to big up their team smh
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31/03/2021 12:23:34 0 0
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Have you not heard of Man City’s ‘influencers’?
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31/03/2021 12:11:29 8 12
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Can you imagine City with Haaland and Grealish in their squad? Would be almost unbeatable!!
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II
31/03/2021 12:24:06 1 1
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Champs League- ?
Prem- What else can you say
Carabao, FA Cup- ?
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31/03/2021 12:11:29 8 12
bbc
Can you imagine City with Haaland and Grealish in their squad? Would be almost unbeatable!!
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31/03/2021 12:24:21 6 2
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Approaching £2B spent on players if they sign them two. All legal and above board of course.
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31/03/2021 13:05:39 3 0
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Yes, as was proved
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31/03/2021 12:24:24 89 5
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We can all be jealous of City's money but Haaland is a top scalp for the PL. His record at 20 is staggering.
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II
31/03/2021 12:27:12 5 29
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Did you hear the rumours that during the international break he
Bought a house
Submitted a transfer request
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31/03/2021 13:38:41 4 3
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Not everyone is jealous, but i for one prefer it when it looks anyone from 6 can win the league
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31/03/2021 13:45:10 1 4
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"top scalp for the PL"... that's not how football works. Fans of other clubs are not going to be happy because Haaland is coming to the league, unless it's for their team.
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31/03/2021 17:27:36 2 0
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A quick land registry search suggests that's likely to be fake news
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31/03/2021 18:48:43 0 0
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Why would he move to a smaller club with little European history
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31/03/2021 12:19:28 0 4
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Haven't seen him live but he looks massive, hope City don't just use him as a big target. Makes teams very one dimensional
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31/03/2021 12:24:30 5 0
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Is he signing for them? Do share your insider knowledge.
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31/03/2021 12:24:37 1 4
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I would have thought Aguero would have deserved more respect and got to announce himself at the end of the season he would be leaving but it is all about the money and timing to get the new man in.I would love to see him stay and go to Man Utd.Surely they have got to be interested and after Tevez it would be quite amusing but i think he is going back to Atleti.
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31/03/2021 12:30:09 2 4
bbc
That's not a boring comment boring Bob. Can you tone it down in line with your 'Boring Bob' status. You could have mentioned empty seats and all, however that would have been too boring Bob.
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31/03/2021 12:19:37 6 8
bbc
If we’re serious about FFP maybe there should be a limit of up to, say, £100m spend per club per transfer window, and wages no higher than £100k per week so clubs can’t overpay the best players, allowing other clubs a shot at attracting the best talent
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31/03/2021 12:24:55 0 1
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It would be too hard to combat because of inflation and demand.
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
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31/03/2021 12:25:09 0 0
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"dirtiest", not "dirties"
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
This is clearly written by someone how has no interest or knowledge of football.
Numpty.
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31/03/2021 12:25:46 2 2
bbc
Raiola , trying to raise his fee so he is all over he press , yet the press will not go after him as he feeds them their stories, We all saw Jerry (Harry) Maguire "Show me the Money"
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31/03/2021 12:17:45 2 3
bbc
Rumours are that Haaland wants £600k a week. There is no way City would pay him anything like that.
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31/03/2021 12:25:49 2 1
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Rumours? Where from? Got any concrete proof?. Thought not.
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31/03/2021 12:23:10 1 7
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If Haaland doesn't go to Man Utd, are they still like the biggest club in the world? At least they still have Ole & Martial! ????
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jon
31/03/2021 12:25:49 6 4
bbc
Yes. They are still one of the biggest clubs. Maybe if city finally get a champions league trophy they might also be classed as a big club
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DBM
31/03/2021 12:37:43 0 0
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It'll be interesting if the noisy neighbours get their Tevez moment! Can't wait to see the banner in Salford
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31/03/2021 12:39:12 0 1
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good point but city fans are not known for having musch in the brains department.
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SJH
31/03/2021 12:19:01 25 9
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Kane better option despite Haaland being younger and better. City gel as a team rather than having key individuals and I cant see Pep allowing a 20 year old to come in and earn more than the established stars. This is before we get started on Raiola.
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31/03/2021 12:26:04 5 5
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If you see the Bundesliga, then retract this comment. Raiola, fair enough.
31/03/2021 22:08:32 0 0
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Yep agree and as for Raiola. He’s a piece of dog *hit and belongs in a poo bag
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31/03/2021 12:27:01 1 0
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So City are targeting Haaland according to the title. But no source quoted to confirm this. Is this rumour based click bait from the BBC?
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31/03/2021 13:18:20 1 0
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I see they posted an article on Liverpool and Ibrahima Konate...looks like they're quickly become a rumour mill.
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31/03/2021 12:11:29 8 12
bbc
Can you imagine City with Haaland and Grealish in their squad? Would be almost unbeatable!!
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31/03/2021 12:27:05 1 1
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Haaland maybe but not seen much of him, just media opinion. Grealish no. Not needed, better areas of team to spend money on and would be no better than what they already have. Slows the ball down too much, wouldn’t fit IMO.
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31/03/2021 12:36:18 0 2
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You think so? I think Grealish would thrive in a City team, he's weighed down at Villa but at City he would have more of the ball in and around the opposition penalty box....does he have the ambition though?
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31/03/2021 12:17:20 15 17
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Just whip open the chequebook yet again. A sad state of affairs. Sadly the chequebook will never be able to buy you a big history or tradition. Your history and tradition is a Championship yo-yo team. It's also your future when the oil money runs out
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31/03/2021 12:27:06 6 7
bbc
Jealous much
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31/03/2021 12:24:24 89 5
bbc
We can all be jealous of City's money but Haaland is a top scalp for the PL. His record at 20 is staggering.
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II
31/03/2021 12:27:12 5 29
bbc
Did you hear the rumours that during the international break he
Bought a house
Submitted a transfer request
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31/03/2021 12:29:12 18 2
bbc
No
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31/03/2021 13:17:21 4 0
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Bought a house where? It is sort of important. Hopefully Rooney's Derby digs. 2 birds, 1 stone.
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31/03/2021 13:51:55 0 0
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probably one in Spain.
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31/03/2021 15:17:37 0 3
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Fake news. Haaland won't do anything without Railoa's permission. He's Railoa's lap dog.
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31/03/2021 12:27:43 4 20
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Clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, PSG, Leipzig and even Blackburn shouldn’t be allowed to buy history while having virtually no fans

Let them create a league of their own
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II
31/03/2021 12:30:28 1 0
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Man City, PSG- Middle East
Chelsea- Russia
RB Leipzig- What. They made a profit from transfers in their whole time period(thank Timo Werner)
Blackburn- Won the Prem in mid 90’s thanks to bankrolling stars from a major company funding it.
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31/03/2021 12:30:48 3 1
bbc
One wonders which member of the "big six" from the other end of the country this person follows?
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31/03/2021 12:31:04 3 2
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I’m guessing the team you chose to support because they win things don’t win as many things anymore?

By history, you mean won the league in the 80s and 90s. City, Blackburn, Chelsea are well over a century old, City and Blackburn won trophies long before the Littlewoods family propped up Liverpool too.
Idiot Removed
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PJG
31/03/2021 12:39:24 4 0
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Despite having 'no' fans our attendance records aren't bad compared to most. Even when in the 3rd tier. Regarding history go read up on it before you make more of a fool of yourself.
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31/03/2021 12:41:03 1 1
bbc
Fenway?
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31/03/2021 12:41:34 3 0
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But they seen how Manchester United bought their success, with no local fans.
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31/03/2021 12:53:13 1 0
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City have way more fans than United in Manchester. No contest.
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31/03/2021 13:02:39 1 0
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At this time Man City is making history like Liverpool and Man Utd made history during their great era's. As if holding a mirror up to society, the economics of the game have changed significantly and who really knows if it's for better or for worse. But leaving the financial aspect aside, you can't argue with the success being achieved on the playing field.
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31/03/2021 13:05:17 0 0
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How do you know how many fans they have?
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31/03/2021 14:24:45 2 0
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84,569 biggest outside of Wembley 30,000 average in the old third division one of the top 5 best supported clubs in England for longer than I can remember.
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31/03/2021 12:27:12 5 29
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Did you hear the rumours that during the international break he
Bought a house
Submitted a transfer request
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31/03/2021 12:29:12 18 2
bbc
No
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31/03/2021 12:29:27 64 25
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SonofBilic- Whose money is clean? If you have enough to buy a premiership football club there will be some exploited downtrodden workers somewhere probably all on furlough at the tax payers expense. Aguero was/is a great player and deserves all the accolades and the statue and I am a lifelong West Ham fan.
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31/03/2021 13:05:11 43 12
bbc
Way to undermine your argument by comparing slave labour and human rights abuses with 'people on furlough'.
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31/03/2021 13:31:10 1 2
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I was Manchester born and bred, If I was born 200 miles south I would have been a Hammers fan, just feel we have more in common than the other London clubs!
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31/03/2021 13:46:10 5 10
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Man Utd built up their wealth by building their trophy cabinet and brand. Others did nothing and were lucky to attract oil money.
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31/03/2021 12:24:37 1 4
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I would have thought Aguero would have deserved more respect and got to announce himself at the end of the season he would be leaving but it is all about the money and timing to get the new man in.I would love to see him stay and go to Man Utd.Surely they have got to be interested and after Tevez it would be quite amusing but i think he is going back to Atleti.
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31/03/2021 12:30:09 2 4
bbc
That's not a boring comment boring Bob. Can you tone it down in line with your 'Boring Bob' status. You could have mentioned empty seats and all, however that would have been too boring Bob.
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31/03/2021 12:27:43 4 20
bbc
Clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, PSG, Leipzig and even Blackburn shouldn’t be allowed to buy history while having virtually no fans

Let them create a league of their own
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II
31/03/2021 12:30:28 1 0
bbc
Man City, PSG- Middle East
Chelsea- Russia
RB Leipzig- What. They made a profit from transfers in their whole time period(thank Timo Werner)
Blackburn- Won the Prem in mid 90’s thanks to bankrolling stars from a major company funding it.
57
31/03/2021 12:27:43 4 20
bbc
Clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, PSG, Leipzig and even Blackburn shouldn’t be allowed to buy history while having virtually no fans

Let them create a league of their own
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31/03/2021 12:30:48 3 1
bbc
One wonders which member of the "big six" from the other end of the country this person follows?
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31/03/2021 12:27:43 4 20
bbc
Clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, PSG, Leipzig and even Blackburn shouldn’t be allowed to buy history while having virtually no fans

Let them create a league of their own
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31/03/2021 12:31:04 3 2
bbc
I’m guessing the team you chose to support because they win things don’t win as many things anymore?

By history, you mean won the league in the 80s and 90s. City, Blackburn, Chelsea are well over a century old, City and Blackburn won trophies long before the Littlewoods family propped up Liverpool too.
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31/03/2021 12:45:41 0 0
bbc
This ole chestnut again! The "littlewoods family" never "propped up Liverpool" as they were Everton supporters and John Moores was the chairman of Everton! He never started funding Liverpool until they won the league and FA cup in the 1960's. But do not let truth get in the way of your nonsense!

As for Haaland, he will go to the team who offers the most for him in trems of tranfer fee and wages
It really does amaze me that a small club from Manchester managed to attract billions of pounds in ‘sponsorship’ deals to enable them to spend nearly £2B on players. Imagine what they could do if they also used Abu Dhabi state funds. Removed
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PJG
31/03/2021 12:35:58 2 1
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Define Small
Aguero was the very worst of the Premier League. A total mercenary only ever in it for the money who knew the dodgy means by which his employers acquired their wealth, and on top of this was one of the dirties players in the league. Glad to see him gone! Removed
Haha, you sad bastard. Removed
How can journalists justify their wages?
By continually writing articles that are no more than speculation, which have around a 5% success rate

Are you 12yrs old and have a basic knowledge of football from around the world, or are able to search online?
If so, you too can make claims about star names being linked to big clubs who will need to refresh certain positions in their squad??
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31/03/2021 12:23:28 58 90
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Yeah for a real club not one invented by Arabs around 15 years ago.
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bbc
Are you playing City bingo?

Or do you just hate clubs owned by non-white owners?
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DBM
31/03/2021 12:32:29 7 4
bbc
Aguero gave me one of the best memories of my adult life and every city fan will wish him well and will be clapped if he returns to the Etihad. That said it's now the right time for city to invest in a new talent, come to city Erling you'll not regret it.
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31/03/2021 12:32:29 6 6
bbc
They are probably already planning a statue of haaland ??
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31/03/2021 13:47:48 6 2
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Well if he stays for10 years and buries your club every time we play them, he will deserve one. Dry your tears.
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31/03/2021 14:12:07 0 0
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I went to a game there two years ago, perhaps I will get one.
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31/03/2021 12:20:09 29 5
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Good signing for any aspirational side ... Although I think Grealish is good .. long term Haaland would be first signing ..
Record is phenomenal and can only see him getting better, injuries aside.
Be nice to see him gracing the PL
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31/03/2021 12:33:24 10 0
bbc
Haaland has raiola as his agent so he won’t stay at one club for more than three years. More transfers= more money in raiola’s pocket
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31/03/2021 12:33:47 3 6
bbc
Haaland... the next Steve Daley...
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DBM
31/03/2021 12:35:45 0 0
bbc
Interesting analogy, and I hope not, if he comes to City that is.
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31/03/2021 12:18:14 13 14
bbc
What, another £300m+ transfer window spend from Abu Dhabi? That Etihad sponsorship really does go a long way!
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31/03/2021 12:34:42 7 4
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Could you let us all know the previous transfer windows when City spent £300+?

You’ll be looking a long time
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31/03/2021 14:14:45 1 1
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It’s not far off. The have spent £2B in a little over 10 years after all.
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31/03/2021 12:27:43 4 20
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Clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, PSG, Leipzig and even Blackburn shouldn’t be allowed to buy history while having virtually no fans

Let them create a league of their own
Idiot Removed
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31/03/2021 12:33:47 3 6
bbc
Haaland... the next Steve Daley...
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DBM
31/03/2021 12:35:45 0 0
bbc
Interesting analogy, and I hope not, if he comes to City that is.
It really does amaze me that a small club from Manchester managed to attract billions of pounds in ‘sponsorship’ deals to enable them to spend nearly £2B on players. Imagine what they could do if they also used Abu Dhabi state funds. Removed
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PJG
31/03/2021 12:35:58 2 1
bbc
Define Small
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31/03/2021 12:38:23 1 1
bbc
Look between your legs
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31/03/2021 12:36:14 1 6
bbc
he will go to utd coz ollie is his buddy
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31/03/2021 13:09:04 3 1
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He doesn’t like united because of what Roy Keane did to his dad. That is allegedly one reason he didn’t go to you last season.
His dad played for city when Erling was a boy and he also supported city as a boy. Until recently he was active in a Man City fan group in Norway.
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31/03/2021 12:27:05 1 1
bbc
Haaland maybe but not seen much of him, just media opinion. Grealish no. Not needed, better areas of team to spend money on and would be no better than what they already have. Slows the ball down too much, wouldn’t fit IMO.
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31/03/2021 12:36:18 0 2
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You think so? I think Grealish would thrive in a City team, he's weighed down at Villa but at City he would have more of the ball in and around the opposition penalty box....does he have the ambition though?
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jon
31/03/2021 12:25:49 6 4
bbc
Yes. They are still one of the biggest clubs. Maybe if city finally get a champions league trophy they might also be classed as a big club
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DBM
31/03/2021 12:37:43 0 0
bbc
It'll be interesting if the noisy neighbours get their Tevez moment! Can't wait to see the banner in Salford
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PJG
31/03/2021 12:35:58 2 1
bbc
Define Small
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31/03/2021 12:38:23 1 1
bbc
Look between your legs
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31/03/2021 12:18:11 111 8
bbc
I believe Haaland will be looking to add to his CL tally in his QUARTER FINAL against City, not L16 tie.
You'd think someone would proofread these articles first!
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31/03/2021 12:38:41 118 17
bbc
It’s a low bar at BBC when it comes to journalism.
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31/03/2021 12:42:21 10 5
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There is no bar
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SJH
31/03/2021 12:19:01 25 9
bbc
Kane better option despite Haaland being younger and better. City gel as a team rather than having key individuals and I cant see Pep allowing a 20 year old to come in and earn more than the established stars. This is before we get started on Raiola.
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31/03/2021 12:38:54 7 4
bbc
Haaland is no way better than Kane! If you think that you haven't been paying attention.
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jon
31/03/2021 12:25:49 6 4
bbc
Yes. They are still one of the biggest clubs. Maybe if city finally get a champions league trophy they might also be classed as a big club
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31/03/2021 12:39:12 0 1
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good point but city fans are not known for having musch in the brains department.
Wow that’s quite a sweeping statement.
Are you such a sad little troll you’ve just come on here to slag city off.
It’s a nice day can you seriously not find anything better to do?

By the way if you’re going to say people don’t have brains learn grammar and learn to spell :)
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31/03/2021 12:27:43 4 20
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Clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, PSG, Leipzig and even Blackburn shouldn’t be allowed to buy history while having virtually no fans

Let them create a league of their own
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PJG
31/03/2021 12:39:24 4 0
bbc
Despite having 'no' fans our attendance records aren't bad compared to most. Even when in the 3rd tier. Regarding history go read up on it before you make more of a fool of yourself.
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Jeb
31/03/2021 12:39:51 2 4
bbc
I don't see why anyone should be paying more than £65m for him.

Surely his priority is about going to a place that he wants to play, not about making Dortmund and his agent as much money as possible. So he should force through a move to the club he wants. He doesn't owe Dortmund anything.

Also the higher the fee paid for him the more pressure, he should think about that.
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31/03/2021 13:06:44 6 2
bbc
You don't think anyone would pay £65m for him and yet your own team paid £80m for Harry Maguire?
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31/03/2021 12:27:43 4 20
bbc
Clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, PSG, Leipzig and even Blackburn shouldn’t be allowed to buy history while having virtually no fans

Let them create a league of their own
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31/03/2021 12:41:03 1 1
bbc
Fenway?
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31/03/2021 12:41:30 2 7
bbc
Kind of hard to attract names like Harland when offering a post industrial city in north west England, compared to some sunnier places.
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31/03/2021 12:47:26 1 0
bbc
Good point. City will have to make do with only signing Engliash players.
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31/03/2021 13:04:03 2 0
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Good point. Norway is very warm and sunny.
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31/03/2021 13:05:14 1 0
bbc
Ever been to Dortmund?
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31/03/2021 13:08:25 0 0
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Idiotic straw man responses. I said it was hard as other places are more attractive. That’s all.
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31/03/2021 12:27:43 4 20
bbc
Clubs like Manchester City, Chelsea, PSG, Leipzig and even Blackburn shouldn’t be allowed to buy history while having virtually no fans

Let them create a league of their own
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31/03/2021 12:41:34 3 0
bbc
But they seen how Manchester United bought their success, with no local fans.
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31/03/2021 12:41:43 1 3
bbc
Erling Haaland would be an exciting signing but a bit speculative for the amount of money Dortmund would want for him. Not easy to envisage a forward from Norway being prolific in the Premiership. Harry Kane a top striker and a safer choice and he surely would take the move because Spurs are probably not going to win anything whilst he plays for them. Jack Grealish also got to be after for a move.
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31/03/2021 13:00:51 2 4
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Haha on the off chance you're not trolling, might I point out Ole was prolific.

Also, imagine if someone said "can't see an Ivorian being prolific in the PL" and decided not to sign Drogba.

Anyone who would prefer Kane in their team over Haaland is smoking better stuff than I am.
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31/03/2021 12:41:50 0 1
bbc
I think Martínez is, and should be the target. Not being a conventional number nine is the reason, not a caveat!
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31/03/2021 12:38:41 118 17
bbc
It’s a low bar at BBC when it comes to journalism.
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31/03/2021 12:42:21 10 5
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There is no bar
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31/03/2021 12:59:54 9 3
bbc
only the one that serves cocktails
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31/03/2021 13:51:39 7 11
bbc
Why are you reading this, then? There are plenty of other websites...
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31/03/2021 15:05:38 0 0
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Mispelt
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31/03/2021 12:45:03 6 19
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Man City. Only successful because of a financial windfall......
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31/03/2021 12:53:48 10 2
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Unlike every other title winning club who has relied on their youth policy?
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31/03/2021 13:25:34 0 0
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Yawn Yawn Yawn
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31/03/2021 12:31:04 3 2
bbc
I’m guessing the team you chose to support because they win things don’t win as many things anymore?

By history, you mean won the league in the 80s and 90s. City, Blackburn, Chelsea are well over a century old, City and Blackburn won trophies long before the Littlewoods family propped up Liverpool too.
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31/03/2021 12:45:41 0 0
bbc
This ole chestnut again! The "littlewoods family" never "propped up Liverpool" as they were Everton supporters and John Moores was the chairman of Everton! He never started funding Liverpool until they won the league and FA cup in the 1960's. But do not let truth get in the way of your nonsense!

As for Haaland, he will go to the team who offers the most for him in trems of tranfer fee and wages
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31/03/2021 13:25:17 0 0
bbc
So money was put into Liverpool in the 60s but that doesn't count as propping up lol... you couldn't make it up
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31/03/2021 12:17:20 15 17
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Just whip open the chequebook yet again. A sad state of affairs. Sadly the chequebook will never be able to buy you a big history or tradition. Your history and tradition is a Championship yo-yo team. It's also your future when the oil money runs out
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31/03/2021 12:46:41 4 3
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It's a very interesting question as to what will happen when the world becoms less reliant on oil. The economy of many middle eastern countries may well collapse and certain familes may well see their riches evaporate, though it's just as likely they'll start investing in other things. People that rich rarely become poor.
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31/03/2021 13:05:36 2 0
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Most oil rich countries have already invested massively, as an example the PIF - ?Public Investment Fund in Saudi Arabia owns close to $400bn in assets around the world for a population of only 35 million.
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31/03/2021 12:41:30 2 7
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Kind of hard to attract names like Harland when offering a post industrial city in north west England, compared to some sunnier places.
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31/03/2021 12:47:26 1 0
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Good point. City will have to make do with only signing Engliash players.
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31/03/2021 12:47:47 3 5
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Haaland is way better than Harry Kane. Haaland has everything. Additionally Jadon Sancho recently said that Haaland was the fastest player at Dortmund. But he won't come to England. He'll most likely end up at Real Madrid as a replacement for Benzema.
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31/03/2021 12:56:24 8 1
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He'll go wherever his agent gets the most money.
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31/03/2021 13:30:51 3 0
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He’s very good but he definitely is not better than Kane yet.
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31/03/2021 12:47:54 41 6
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What amazes me about Haaland is that Ole didnt make him his first signing at united for peanuts after managing him at molde? Surely must give ole sleepless nights!
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31/03/2021 13:50:48 44 22
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Haaland would never play for 'nited.
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31/03/2021 14:40:15 5 7
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That would suggest Solskjaer has any kind of competence.
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31/03/2021 15:21:21 8 3
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Deal was in the bag but Woodward intervened and stopped it. A few years ago Mourhino was offered Mbappe for United at £60 million but he wouldn't pay that much for an 18 year old!!! Gotta love United's decision making!
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31/03/2021 15:22:08 5 7
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Ole wouldn't know a decent player if he saw one.
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31/03/2021 15:41:04 2 6
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He's got worse nightmares playing for him than worries about one he didn't sign.
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31/03/2021 12:18:03 9 10
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Poor old Stoned, trying his best to keep a positive spin on mid-table Man u's prospects of signing this prodigious talent.

"City, City, the best team in the world"
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31/03/2021 12:48:30 4 1
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It must be a shallow league if 2nd place is considered mid table.

At least try to make your wind up comments make a little sense. It's embarassing for City fans who actually try.
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31/03/2021 12:48:32 3 11
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Haaland is a very talented player i cant argue about that.
as for joining city as per some comments over being a big club is laughable
as sterling gave away fa cup tickets to fans as it was admitted you could not sell them.
anyway now lock down is easing and the rule of six is allowed that means i will have more in my garden then your stadium.
and you call scouse fans plastic!! utter fake club.
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31/03/2021 12:53:34 3 0
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Boring!
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31/03/2021 12:55:24 3 0
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Nonsense. Until recently, Man City had the biggest top flight crowd. Spurs topped it at Wembley. The problem is normal City fans are priced out because plastic from London can afford obscene season tickets, and these plastics go to five games a season.

No I'm not a Man City fan.
I doubt you've got that many friends judging by your comments. Removed
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31/03/2021 13:44:37 1 0
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Never called the scouser Liverpool fans plastic myself.
Only the majority of English based Liverpool fans that live in Devon and Shropshire. The rest just like destroying other teams busses.
Which are you? The plastic south variety or the bus destroying variety?
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31/03/2021 14:08:08 0 0
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Ha Ha Ha!
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31/03/2021 14:38:29 0 0
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The Scousers will probably be in other peoples gardens, after stealing other peoples property telling everyone how special they are as if anyone outside the BBC or Norway is interested.
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31/03/2021 12:48:32 102 4
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Man city may buy halland. There top transfer 62m though tax,agents fees went on top.Dortmund would put 120m-150m transfer fee with tax,agents fees on top. City may baulk at that. man utd's woodward did not buy sancho at 108m and extra's on top. Funny though uefa are changing debt to allow clubs to accumulate debt through transfers. Not long after barca's 1.37b and real's 901m debt were discovered.
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31/03/2021 13:45:20 91 2
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Uefa are a corrupt organisation Platini the former president and ffp inventor is completely banned from football so no shock at what you say.
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31/03/2021 14:03:21 0 0
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Obviously just a coincidence.
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31/03/2021 14:03:45 4 2
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As usual its to keep the established "elite" at top, MU, Barce, Madrid etc... even though they are in debt and still borrowing!

If it wasn't for this shambles we would have an even better league, Villa and Leeds would of been able to spend more for example.
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31/03/2021 15:41:10 1 0
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If Sancho is worth 108m (which of course he isn't) Haaland must be worth about 600m.
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Oil money reigns supreme once again..... Removed