Agree with this, i find the hatred of Sancho strange on here. Yeah, he left us to join Dortmund, but at the time he did make the right choice. City wanted to sign Sanchez that summer and he knew he would have had to wait possibly another few seasons to get his chance. At the end of the day, the club knew just how good of a player he was by watching him at academy level. They knew they had a gem in their ranks, but still persisted on bringing in Sanchez. Maybe if the club had put a bit more faith in youth, Sancho wouldn't have left. If anything, its not Sancho's fault for leaving (due to bad attitude etc), its the clubs fault for not having faith in these young players to one day make the step up and deliver. After all, we had Sane, Sterling and Bernardo Silva at the time fighting for the wide spots. Did we really need to bring in another winger when we had a superstar in the making coming through?He missed a flight, got one the next day and didn't miss any training. Its not comparable to what Foden did.
By the way the point I'm making here is not that Sancho is perfect and Fodens a disaster, its that people are pretending tiny infractions from Sancho are a reason not to sign him, but no one has claimed we should worry about Foden or hes got a bad character when he did something much much worse, a much bigger breach of professionalism.
Ultimately Sancho left City and despite it clearly being the right decision for his career, people on here are now desperate to attack him over anything.
Sancho backed his own ability to join a team in a different country/league and make their first team within a season. If people took their City tinted specs off for just 2 seconds, they would realise that what he did should be respected.