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  1. That's a fair point, I just don't like the idea of having a player on a contract who has a release clause for another club. I can understand relegation clauses, team performance based clauses etc but this seems too much. Surely if you sign a contract, you're 100% committed to the club and that is where you want to be.
  2. The contract circus is now saying he will sign a contract only if he has a Real Madrid release clause. Probably nonsense as per usual with the media, but if it isn't, it would be an odd contract to agree to. The club would do it so they have more leverage with his price, but where does that leave us? Having a player that isn't committed to the club as he has one eye on Spain would surely be counter productive. Hopefully it's rubbish, but the way the game is going it seems entirely possible.
  3. We need to remember he's young, it's his first experience playing in such a physical league and it's the first time in his career he's the main man at a club. Everything that frustrated me with Morata yesterday, frustrated me with Drogba in his first season (the whole going down over a nudge in the back) and look how that turned out. Personally I won't be writing the lad off until mid way next season if nothing changes by then. Hopefully a season to get used to the league, the pressure and what's expected of him and we may see a different player come next season.
  4. Wow, no wonder we didn't pursue it. For City to say 'thanks but no thanks' shows how ridiculous it is. Where will it end? I can see how this would cause dressing room unrest (regarding enigmas post) every other player will be wanting more money, especially the likes of Pogba who has the ego to feel he would deserve more.
  5. At the time of posting, Sky Sports had a 'Breaking news: Sanchez agrees Man Utd contract' but seem to have taken it off.
  6. I posted this in another thread: "For anyone who hasn't yet bought Fifa 18 this a little prewarning, the game has a few bugs and not really worth getting at the moment until they are fixed in my opinion. So far I have encountered: - Career mode. For some reason when you sell players or sign players on a precontract, they don't actually join/leave your club. Actually trying to sign a player is really tough. When a player is sold, there wages aren't added to the wage pot. This is really frustrating when trying to play a career with a team like Doncaster. - Finesse shot bug. If like me, you remap your button layout, for some reason it causes a glitch with finesse shot. No matter how much power you apply to a shot, the bar fills up and the ball is skyed over the bar." Hope this helps
  7. You trolls come and go . . don't be so naive.
  8. For anyone who hasn't yet bought Fifa 18 this a little prewarning, the game has a few bugs and not really worth getting at the moment until they are fixed in my opinion. So far I have encountered: - Career mode. For some reason when you sell players or sign players on a precontract, they don't actually join/leave your club. Actually trying to sign a player is really tough. When a player is sold, there wages aren't added to the wage pot. This is really frustrating when trying to play a career with a team like Doncaster. - Finesse shot bug. If like me, you remap your button layout, for some reason it causes a glitch with finesse shot. No matter how much power you apply to a shot, the bar fills up and the ball is skyed over the bar.
  9. It's still a long season ahead and you never know how it'll go, but city do look very impressive. I am quite envious of how good they are going forward and have to give credit where its due. Like you, I'd sooner see them win the league over united and definitely spurs.
  10. How did they get to that conclusion? Money has been irrelevant now for a good few seasons with the club being self sufficient. I can't understand why City get half the flak we do when they spend serious money every year, with no real evidence of where it comes from. In the past 5 seasons our net spend per season is bout 30m and citehs is 100m. I'm not sure what they mean about us hurting other clubs, especially Arsenal - they are doing a good enough job of hurting themselves.
  11. Absolutely solid yesterday. He will get games as we will need to rotate so I have no concerns there.
  12. He drives forward a lot with the ball which I like. He is a tall, strong lad and I think a midfield of him, Baka and Kante would be a powerful centre midfield. His game does need refining, but being his first top flight season I think he is doing well.
  13. When he adopted the role he did a brilliant job. Maybe that was because teams weren't used to facing 343 and had more time on the wing. But like you said, VM has been underwhelming, especially since the start of the season. His crossing has been woeful.
  14. I've never heard of him. But if what you are all saying on here is true, then I'm happy with it. The likes of Rafinha, Aurier and Danilo came from somewhere and didn't magically appear in the worlds best teams. Now we have a striker who has a lethal head on his shoulders, players that can cross a good ball gives our opposition more to think about. Great name too . .

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