Alexis Sanchez and Aguero

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  1. MCFC1993

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    At their peak, Aguero is better but last season Sanchez had a much better season. I wouldn't replace Sergio with Sanchez though.

    Sergio & Sanchez however...
     
  2. super_city_si

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    Amen to that brother
     
  3. urban genie

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    Sergio is the best striker to play in this country, Sanchez is decent but Sergio is better.
     
  4. Citymapper

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    Sanchez is not fit to lick Aguero's boots. People saying he had a bad season - 30 odd goals it really is silly season.

    I've got a terrible feeling Pep would love to have Sanchez and manufacture a way of getting Aguero out with a story around he (Serge) wanted to be guaranteed first team football etc etc, I think only the chairman has stopped this so far. It would be typical Pep this trying be a clever ba8tard.
     
  5. Pablo1

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    i preferred it when Homer was getting up to all types of hilarity in Springfield.
     
  6. yeah whatever !!

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  7. ManCityX

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    What a bizarre thread title.

    We're keeping Aguero, who isn't for sale, and we're in for Sanchez.

    There is no Sanchez vs Aguero.

    It'll be Sanchez AND Aguero.
     
  8. Neville Kneville

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    Aguero had a bad period where he missed a lot of easy chances & struggled to take on board what Pep wanted from him.

    It appeared to some, including me, that he was not comfortable with the way the manager wantd him to play & it wasn't impossible to imagine a parting of the ways.

    However, he settled into the new rountine & also, at the end started creating assists for Jesus.

    He started to again look the player he is capable of being. Which is better than Sanchez, to some tune.
     
  9. malg

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    Fuck off. Not even worthy of debate.
     
  10. Bozo

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    Aguero all day, any day, every day.
     

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