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17 minutes ago, Ronnie Whelan said:

I always think he looks embarassed by it all. I wonder if a big deal was made regarding the ffp, would he walk before the shit hits the fan.

I doubt he walks any time soon but he has tried to distance himself. He said something like “I believe in what my owner and my sporting director say, they tell me their is no problem and we are within the rules so I believe that”. When he said that I thought he was giving himself a bit of room to get off the hook with the “I’m only the coach” angle.

 

if it’s happening he knows. They either think they’re too clever for everyone or plan to bully their way out of it. The arrogance with which they’re handling themselves probably suggests both.

 

in some ways it’s a shame because they’re a good team on the field and his coaching and set up of them has been excellent. Helps when the dice are loaded granted 

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54 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

You probably got more points than the UK entry at Eurovision! 

Haha another thing I'm glad I missed last night!

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30 minutes ago, Josef Svejk said:

What? You missed the spectacle of Madonna trying to sing live?

I'm hearing it was embarrassing

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9 minutes ago, Toxteth O'Grady said:

Kompany leaves City to become player/manager at Anderlecht on a 3 year contract.

Good move for him.

One scumbag club to another.

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Yesterdays final between the Have and Have nots was an utterly pointless spectacle and just hastened the collapse of the once magical FA cup into sheer irrelevance. A pyrrhic victory if ever there was one that does nothing to further the interests of the game despite the wankfest over the City treble.

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Real Madrid a goal down at home to Betis. A 'nothing' game for them to be fair but Zidane has got a job on sorting them out. Hazard will go there for sure but not sure where else they can get magic from? Mbappe maybe? They best lay the fuck off Mane and Salah the bastards. 

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17 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

Pep doesn't even enjoy it. He had his head in his hands like he just learned his dog had been run over in the street when the 6th went in. What is he even doing at City?

I hope he doesn't enjoy it, the bald headed twat. Quite a few journalists on Twitter have put their heads above the parapet today and yesterday asking what the point of it all is. He just wants to be lauded over his achievements, but how can he when we all know they club is corrupt. He's massively pissed off the whole ffp thing is overshadowing what he's done. 

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22 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

I don't know which journalist is was who asked him about payments, but fair play! 

Rob Harris .

He's one of the few journalists who are questioning what they're up to. You should check out his Twitter page it's very good 

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22 minutes ago, johnsusername said:

I don't know which journalist is was who asked him about payments, but fair play! 

Associated Press apparently.  He won't be visiting City's ground for a while or he'll end up with sand stuffed in his gob and a cattle prod on the bollocks.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Associated Press apparently.  He won't be visiting City's ground for a while or he'll end up with sand stuffed in his gob and a cattle prod on the bollocks.

 

 

Might nip there myself , usually have to pay for that sort of stuff.

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4 hours ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Associated Press apparently.  He won't be visiting City's ground for a while or he'll end up with sand stuffed in his gob and a cattle prod on the bollocks.

 

 

Or an invite to the embassy.

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11 hours ago, Toxteth O'Grady said:

Kompany leaves City to become player/manager at Anderlecht on a 3 year contract.

Good move for him.

Bet he doesn’t see the season out

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