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  1. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    It's on the BBC that they've been cleared. So the big spend is go.
  2. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Jesus wept. That’s the sort of thing that reminds me that many of our clubs are no longer the clubs we thought we supported. They’ve been taken from us with our blessing as we have sold our souls for the money to buy the players to win trophies, and those that provided the money have done things like that. At this moment you won’t find a City fan that has any issue with it of course. They even believe that Abu Dhabi has spent this money for no reason other than for the good of making half of a city happy and regenerating a complete sh*thole. I’ve been past there recently and apart from the stadium and training complex, it’s still a sh*thole. And the fans are still a morose bunch of arrogant twats.
  3. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    The BBC sport home page has had to resort to an artists impression of City players celebrating. As The Brit said, it seems quite fitting that the least interesting season in living memory has ended this nondescript way.
  4. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    I'm convinced that was planned. Reading the BBC match thread it was pretty clear that United played with absolutely zero urgency or interest. Jose has certainly done his level best to avoid an Aguero incident and turn it into a very flat event. Having said that, City contributed themselves by making it the biggest procession there's ever been. It was bloody obvious they'd won it back in October. Another 300 million on transfers this summer and next year will be a repeat, sure as eggs are eggs.
  5. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Hmmm. Call me paranoid but, knowing Mourinho I can imagine him doing this on purpose. There's nothing flatter than failing to win the league in your bitter derby game and then winning it whilst sat at home eating Sunday lunch. You're still champions of course but it's an anticlimactic way of securing it.
  6. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Would that make City champions?
  7. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    It’s amazing though because despite the talent and ability he’s shown everywhere else before and after his time at Chelsea, apparently he so bad here that it’s amazing he was ever scouted and signed in the first place. Of course it was nothing to do with Mourinho deciding that after a couple of poor performances that he had had his chance and must be sold. And despite Mourinho being heralded a genius for turning Joe Cole from a lazy show boater into a talented workhorse, KdB was so hopeless that even Jose’s Midas touch was powerless. No matter what anyone says, KdB was a monumental f**k up. Salah was a surprise as despite being consistently poor, he was afforded a good few opportunities and even took a fair time to come good after he’s gone. You can’t get them all right but KdB was a balls up. Don’t get me wrong, as I’m not saying he’s the difference between our current malaise and being top; he’s definitely not that good but, he’d be the joint first name on our team sheet and he more than likely have made Moratas life a fair bit easier. Still, no point crying over spilt milk. Especially when you’ve now got Ross Barkley in your squad.
  8. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    It’s hard to imagine how much more they’ll spend this summer to lift their level. A 300 million pound summer spend?
  9. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    I reckon that Liverpool can't go all the way, in fact I'm sure they'll go no further. City on the other hand can win the trophy and that bothers me more as the more English sides that win takes just a little shine off our achievement. Funny how someone said we should show national pride. Foreign owners, foreign coaches, foreign players, foreign kit manufacturers, even hoardes of foreign fans. There's nothing much national about club football anymore.
  10. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Scratch that; make it 6-0 to City
  11. Following Our Nearest & Dearest Rivals, 2017/2018

    Really? A large over peoples heads banner? Actually doesn't surprise me as they're possibly the least imaginative fans in English football. They'll win this tonight though. I think they win 5-0.
  12. Anyone know why it's a 16:30 ok?
  13. Eden Hazard

    I doubt many want to see him go but, it's looking like the only way Hazard will be truly judged as to how good he is is by moving to a side where the supporting cast has a level of ability in the same ball park. If I were him I'd look at the steady decline at Chelsea and not think twice about moving on. You only get one career and he's not exactly a youth prospect at 27. I'm sure we can sign Danny Cademarteri to replace him. He's only been retired four years and I'm sure if we give him a couple of seasons to get fit and settle in he'll come good and realise the potential that he had in his early career.
  14. No, it’s just that even when performing like you described he offered more than that milksop we’ve got up front now. He’s got less backbone than a blancmange.
  15. He performed even then at a level Morata will never achieve.