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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by quiet_riot, 6 Oct 2017.
Thanks for posting, seems like he regrets it. Was never that arsed if he did or did not come personally. Seeing how after he fell of a cliff i was happy we stayed away.
Could have made history here like dave,zabba and co but stuck in his comfort zone instead
At the time was really excited at little old city signing him for what was then a massive upgrade on the current world record transfer fee. But part of me was worried we were going to make ourselves looks stupid if it did not work out. With hindsight the latter would have been the consequence so it was a bullet dodged. It was an amazing time to be a city supporter, we were buying players for big money left right and centre and were still to win anything but we were improving and the games were exciting. One amusing part of the whole affair was the fallout after his decision to stay at Milan, rags were laughing that the best player in the world had turned us down! Alan Shearer anyone? Ronaldinho?
Yep, only two words needed. Bottled it.
Two words. Dodged afuckingbullet
Couldn't give a fuck what the shithouse has to say.
One of those fascinating Sliding Doors moments. How would the future have panned out for Kaka and, more importantly, City if he had signed? Would we have embarked on a Madrid-esque galactico transfer policy rather than the slightly more pragmatic approach that followed?
Don't really blame him for the decision he made at the time to be honest though. Milan and City circa 2009 were very different animals to what we see now. Don't really get the resentment towards him.