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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by MCFC1993, 7 Jul 2017.
Well put blue.
Plus 1 , well said .
Wherever the big lad goes I wish him all the best, I don't think people realise how serious malaria is and the fact he contracted it in what should have been his first full pre season with us.
There is a good player in there somewhere but his confidence must be at rock bottom he just doesn't fit the way we play. He's only 28 and at £13mil in this day and age that is a bargain seriously.
We was out of order last year sending him to Stoke where Hughes totally f*cked him over, whenever he posted pictures on Instagram etc most of their fans was actually quite complimentary of him and the way he conducted himself and also said they wish Hughes would play him but Hughes had it in for him which seemed strange.
He's never said a bad word about City and seems a real nice bloke. Shame it just wasn't meant to be but good luck big Wilf and I will be wishing you well wherever you go :)
Plus 2. Totally realistic.
Deadwood is hard to move, I read somewhere that Arsenal had like 44 first team players and they can't move like 15 of them that they would like to, it's not only city that are having this issue
Yeah, I think some people hugely underestimate the difficulties we have in getting rid of unwanted players. It's easy to bemoan the number of "loan with an option to buy" deals we do, but that's just the reality when you pay higher wages than most. It's going to be difficult to arrange permanent deals for Bony, Nasri and Mangala this summer.
It is called fucking pride and the desire to actually play football the game they are supposed to love.
On another point getting 100k in one country may well be worse than getting a lower top line in another due to tax but hey ho let's defend the contract stance, we understand but we just would prefer them to fuck off and show they have some pride and desire to play football somewhere else.
Actually, it is in Mendes interest to move him on now whilst people are still interested or he will miss out on his fee. Mangala could have a terrible next two years and be worth nothing, Mendes will be looking to move on his client as quick as possible as he always does to maximise his own profits.
Do you like the word like, like?
Does that mean we value him at £17-20m but will take £13m because of the wages he earns? Or we'll take £13m and pay some of his wages?