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BANGKOK 23 March 2019 16:02
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The official Manchester City thread 2019

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2 hours ago, BangrakBob said:

Man City’s FA Cup run

Rotherham @ home

Burnley @ home

Newport away

Swansea away

 

Man City’s Carabao cup run

Oxford away

Fulham @ home

Leicester away

Burton home/away

Chelsea in final

 

Man City’s champs league

Hoffenheim

Shaktar

Lyon

Schalke (last 16)

 

Them balls keep rolling kindly don't they. 

 

Competing on 4 fronts!

Loving the weak sisters !

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35 minutes ago, Bredbury Blue said:

Can see a name change coming: Bitter Bob. You're sounding as bad as those Spurs fans.

Don't talk pish, I merely posted an interesting observation.

 

More concerning is even in this situation,  you can't even agree that you've had good draws thus far, seriously? 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, BangrakBob said:

Don't talk pish, I merely posted an interesting observation.

 

More concerning is even in this situation,  you can't even agree that you've had good draws thus far, seriously? 

 

 

Huh? Haven't seen anyone on here disagreeing that we've had good draws thus far. 

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13 minutes ago, Bredbury Blue said:

Huh? Haven't seen anyone on here disagreeing that we've had good draws thus far. 

Ok I misinterpreted, apologies.

 

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2 hours ago, BangrakBob said:

If we get through, imagine we get drawn AGAIN! 🤨

No, no. Please no. We can’t afford to replace anymore buses!!!

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6 minutes ago, mrbojangles said:

No, no. Please no. We can’t afford to replace anymore buses!!!

I'm sure your owners could provide alternatives, perhaps their special forces and a Chinook.

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2 hours ago, BangrakBob said:

I'm sure your owners could provide alternatives, perhaps their special forces and a Chinook.

Will the costs of those go against us in regards to FFP? 😏

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If the sheikh buys chinese 3rd tier club Sichuan Jiuniu tomorrow, will he be hungry for another a few hours later?

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30 minutes ago, mrbojangles said:

Will the costs of those go against us in regards to FFP? 😏

No, like most of your business dealings they are outside the bounds of Fair Play 😁

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22 minutes ago, BangrakBob said:

No, like most of your business dealings they are outside the bounds of Fair Play 😁

I’ll tee em up for you Bob 😃

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Aleksandar Kolarov has seven goals so far this season for Roma. The most goals by a defender in any top Europe league.

 

This has been your Aleksandar Kolarov update.:smile:

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20 players (including 3 goalies) travelled including oldman Kompany; jesus, Stones and Delph out (delph wasn't in the squad vs Newport yet no real news on him). 

 

(Ps. Whats my best option tonight if i get up: Mobdro or searching for a live stream half asleep?)

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Rice, Wan-Bissaka and Chilwell continue to be linked to a move to City and now Burnley's Pope (Bravo out all season will be off in the summer). I'll  take the lot.

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4 hours ago, Bredbury Blue said:

Rice, Wan-Bissaka and Chilwell continue to be linked to a move to City and now Burnley's Pope (Bravo out all season will be off in the summer). I'll  take the lot.

They need young English talent to replace the academy ones who have scarpered. Very odd strategy, and suggests they are getting close to breaking rules about the number of home-grown players in their squad. Nothing a couple of hundred million spondoolicks can't put right; but that puts them at peril of breaking Financial Fair Play rules. Woe is the lot of the multi-billionaire.

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