City "close to agreeing partnership deal with Uruguayan club"

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  1. fredmont

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    Pelligrini will manage the club.
     
  2. old blue

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    Sorry mate, being facetious in reply to your HP. :-)
     
  3. Maly Wilson

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    Ah.....HP. Got it. Was clearly being a bit slow!!
     
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    No, West Auckland did.
     
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    Spot on mate, trophy in West Auckland Club
     
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    And the fourth one in 1950, too, which incidentally makes them as successful at the World Cup as Argentina.

    It would be interesting to see how this would play out. They couldn't launch a new club, surely, as I can't see a new club in a country with a rich history of football being accepted. However, if CFG buy a team then they'd probably want to rename it, which...I can't imagine going down well. The other thing is that Uruguayan clubs are frequently multi-sport, and CFG have shown little interest so far in operating other sports teams outside of football.
     
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    What is happening with the Japanese team, you never hear anything about them, unlike Melbourne and New York ?
     
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  9. WRicko

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    Without a source or rough time frame how can we believe this

    Whilst I can see the logic to an extent its a rather underwhelming place to have a club I would have thought China would come first although that could just be commercial and football academies not actual clubs in terms of player development and a missing location for cfg Africa would also be good
     
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    He'll be shit by then and he'll still be a ****.
     

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