Leroy Sane - ACL injury - Recovery in Manchester P1202

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  1. mosssideblue

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    You're assuming his decision is football related. For all we know, he may have other interests outside of football that are a consideration for him
     
  2. bennyboy

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    Or any other player mentioned on this thread.
    Form is the only reason.
     
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  3. Tevez City

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    Hope its true
     
  4. Chi-town blues

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    That’s what I’m talking about . Come on sane . Wise up.
     
  5. SatOnTheWall

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    Come on, Leroy lad. Get it signed!
     
  6. ganganvince

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    Yes may be a train spotter and want to get closer to some of the famous European railways
     
  7. Citizen Green

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    Sign the dotted line Leroy you know it makes sense.
     
  8. mosssideblue

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    God, I hate half term
     
  9. gooner6729

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    A much better chance of winning the CL with City than Bayern?

    Are you sure? Bayern have 5 wins, 5 runners up and 19 semi finals places. City have 1 semi final place to show for a decade of trying.

    It's a hard competition to win if you haven't done it before. Look how long it took Juve and Barca to break their duck. Look at PSG's laughable record.

    That's not taking into account possible sanctions FIFA and UEFA may or may not impose.

    As long as there is FFP I'm not even sure there is much of a financial gap.

    Brexit also adds an element of uncertainty for all EPL clubs. That starts with the plummeting pound. A player who went to England 3 years ago because his wage packet there was worth €100,000 a week is now taking home "just" €80,000.

    I don't know if Man City and PSG will still be big players in Europe in 5 years time. Man City look to be better placed ,but who can say for definite?

    Bayern on the other hand will definitely still be a big player in 5, 10 and 20 years time. Ditto the 2 Spanish clubs andJuve.
     
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