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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Charlesfarsbar, 1 May 2017.
Diawara's unreal assist from yesterday's game
You mean Danilo Pereira?
I don't see much difference, to be honest.
Edit: Fernando looks so f*cking good on youtube :D
Yea that's the guy. He was linked left and right a while back and I think a few people we're excited by him. @Zin 'messiah' Zimmer maybe? I've only seen him in the confederations cup and couldn't get a good feel for him.
Couldn't watch much of that Fernando compilation. Too much of a tease.
Haven't seen a ton of Pellegrini but just like many of our signings of the last couple summers those are all young midfielders that could be with us for quite a while. Love the approach the club is taking now in regards to building this team for the long haul.
If you're playing football like we are, you don't need one. I think it would stifle the joy and goodwill that we've engendered this season.
It's MD, so most probably BS.
i've read in redcafe that Fernandinho is the one who connected the team together.
his athleticism is the key for this. so this attribute are vital for any future City DM in the future.
Rodri from Villareal?
Are we going for Yaya/Weigl/Savic/Jorginho type technician or more tenacious Fernandinho/Fabinho type of player next year? The question is still open. With each game it becomes clearer that Pep is building a team more resembling his Bayern and Enrique's Barca, than his Barcelona and Sarri's Napoli. Good in possession, but not to the extremes, more focused on fast vertical transitions after build-up from deep. That's the way we defeated Pool, Shakhtar and Napoli - the latter two are better in possession in 'high' areas than City, still we've turned it into our advantage.
I was sure that 1-st type is the answer, but Dinho shows that both types can work if integrated well (my MOTM vs Napoli). Now the rumours on Emre Can have surfaced.
Wonder if Guardiola has already made up his mind about it.