City "close to agreeing partnership deal with Uruguayan club"

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  1. Maly Wilson

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    Next one is going to be a Uruguayan club. Don't know which team it is though.
     
  2. Corky

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    Odd. Such a tiny country aint going to sell many shirts.
     
  3. Bluearmy

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    I'd suggest shirt sales are not very high on the agenda
     
  4. cptaidan88

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    If true, then it sounds more like a way of legitimately hoovering up South American talent rather than for commercial reasons.

    Pretty sure we signed Rulli from a a Uruguayan club - don't know if there is a link there.
     
  5. Corky

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    For any reason it makes no sense going to the smallest known footballing country on the continent.
     
  6. Manchestercitychorlton

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    Uruguay is football mad and have a long history in the game...
     
  7. Maly Wilson

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    It may not make sense to you, it may not make sense to me, but rest assured that we aren't just randomly buying these clubs. This will be part of our long term strategic plans
     
  8. portisheadblue

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    Didn't they win the first World Cup ????
     
  9. shaiomarali

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    We are signing Suarez on loan from our Uruguayan CFG in 2019
     
  10. Corky

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    But also a tiny country so a very small pool of players and a very small pool of fans. Top league teams with Morecambe and Stanley crowds.
     

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