City "close to agreeing partnership deal with Uruguayan club"

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  1. aguero93:20

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    Bloody hell the lads agent is head of the Argie Secret Service? And we thought Seluk could be trouble
     
  2. S04

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    The Yokohama FM stuff are handled by CFG Japan, who got their offices in Tokyo under the leadership of Takao Toshishige.. So they are very much run as a separate unit
     
  3. taleofbluehalves

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    Guess time will tell. No reason for OP to be a WUM.
     
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    Yes, the 4th too.
     
  5. Maly Wilson

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    I'm not bothered if you believe me or not bud. Just posting what I've heard in good faith, so I'm not going to try to justify it.

    If we can find the next Cavani, Suarez or Godin, I certainly won't be underwhelmed.
     
  6. john@staustell

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    I just wish they'd fill us in a bit more on long term strategic progress!
     
  7. WRicko

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    I remember Wenger saying we where after a club in South America

    So could we see a situation where China creates players there are over billion people after all and Government support for sport and football is going to be massive they then sell the players to Uruguayan team who then loan them out perhaps to another CFG team perhaps not and then sell them to a club and make a massive profit at a reduced tax rate

    Would Fifa come after us over this ?

    I bet there are loads of good players but from a commercial point of view it seems a bit as i say underwhelming

    I would love to know a bit about where all this is going etc
     
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    Today China and Columbia.

    TOMORROW ZE VORLD!!!
     
  9. Maly Wilson

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    I posted something a while back about this. All hypothetical, but joining the dots (without knowing the inner workings of the club) I might have done 2+2=5 if I'm honest, but find it interesting nonetheless
    http://forums.bluemoon-mcfc.co.uk/threads/the-project.323018/
     
  10. Maly Wilson

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    Potentially, I'd say yes. Different cost centres would allow us to move players/money around with CFG being the holding company. However, as I've never worked in the finance sector, I don't know what legal implications we might face.

    I'd hazard a guess the those corrupt cnuts at UEFA will try to do something to stop whatever we are trying to achieve long term. Which is potentially why we aren't releasing information on our long term plans. If UEFA don't know what we intend to do, they can't make up yet more bullshit rules to stop us.
     

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