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Let go me ting, duppy, let go me hand
Fair play to Lyon, they defend solidly and pop the counterstrike perfectly. If you are going to play high-stakes defence, like City always do, to stack the chips on possession and goals-scored boxes, you have to expect to concede these kind of goals to teams at this level. All mistakes are punished.
Jason Denayer had a great game. Yes, the man City loaned out to Celtic, Galtasaray etc. (where he got good reviews) and then sold for 6M. I think if Kun was fit, we'd have put games to sleep this season and not lost nine. I said back in January they are soooo wasteful and it's come back to bite them. Jesus is good, but no Aguero. He's one-in-a-generation.
Also the purported new Newcastle buyers, MBS und dem (Man's Been Sawing) are having to deal with this additional mud in the water:
"Newcastle United’s takeover saga has been cast into further uncertainty after taking an unexpected twist on Tuesday when the Saudi Arabian government permanently barred the Premier League’s Qatar-based Middle East broadcast partner from operating in the kingdom. BeIN’s £500m deal with the Premier League runs until 2022 and there is now no legal way for anyone in Saudi Arabia to watch England’s top tier till then."
While we are in the miggle east, can we have some more wind in the sails of HMS "Quatar are buying the World Cup and the two F's in FIFA are not the same as the two F's in FFP" please? Talmbout Citeh players like Neymar, Messi, Mbappé boycotting it. Let's see what advertising income your backhanders bought you THEN.
Let's face it, no-one becomes a billionaire by being ethical and not overcharging for what they do, or by paying as much tax as possible.
"Let man who is like, a clean man innit, cast the fist brick at the other team's bus."
Pretty sure spending on good players is not just a habit Citeh have. Let's have a look, top 25 moast hexpensive incoming prem players, and see where City are paying a billion quid each for Messi and Neymar etc. like everyone makes out they can do:
I can only speak on what I watch so: In the absence of Neymar and Messi, and Joey "Going to a bigger team" Barton, Stevie Ireland and Richad Dunne...
KDB was good value.
Sterling was good value.
Laporte was good value.
We should have stumped up for VVD.
Mahrez was overpriced 20%. Still does well when he plays.
Rodri and Cancelo seem competent, neither have glamour professions doe.
Stones has been a crock.
Mendy has been a crock.
*I dunno why the image is there twice.