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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by mat, 14 Jul 2017.
Well it is true, isn't it? At least, your reaction suggests that it is. ;-)
This was reported on the BBC Gossip webpage.
Argentina striker Sergio Aguero, 29, has revealed next season will be his last at Manchester City - and he wants to join boyhood club Independiente. (Daily Mirror)
Funny how the Mirror puts his country first as if to say that the club he plays for is of no consequence. Anyway Sergio will only leave when he has won the CL with us so the statement could be right. However, it is the Mirror who are never afraid of never letting a headline get in the way of the truth.
They always were big liars lol
The articles I've read quoted Sergio as saying he could go in 2019, but he might possibly extend for another year. Not "next season will be his last".
It's a shame for the Independent's two readers that their chief sports writer won't be in good ol' Russia reporting on good ol' FIFA's football jamboree next year as the sole arbiter of our moral reckoning he´s inevitably prohibited from lowering himself. What's that? Jonathan and the Independents' 'aims coincide' on that occasion? Well that's a stroke of fucking luck.
Bitter(spuds), arrogant, condescending hypocritical twat, i.e a sports writer. He´ll never get near understanding what following a football club actually means never mind holding an adult's world view.
They never mention horse racing in these damned articles, without those pesky arab types it would barely exist in its current form.
I used to nickname them the hypocrites.
Oh ****s has always worked best for me :)
I liked this. A run through of the wage bill of every prem club last season. The article only mentions one club, us, saying that we spent a "whopping" 244m on player wages. Anyone would be forgiven for assuming that we had the highest wage bill. Imagine my surprise when I bothered going through the 20 pages and found that two clubs had even more whopping wage bills.
Didn't think this deserved it's own thread, but here's an article that's very complimentary of us:
Spoiler alert, City are ranked the beast team in the world. Yes it has the word "soccer", still worth a read though, I think it's a fair article.