Lionel Messi (again)

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  1. karen7

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    Aguero on chances of Messi to City: "Money isn't a problem. But I think Messi, like Ronaldo, are players who are symbols of their clubs."

    Aguero: "I would love to have Leo on my team, but that seems quite complicated."
     
  2. purplenose

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    No Kun its not complicated, you have a word with him and if it means you have to let him win on play station then do the right thing. Then the nice Sheikh can give Barcelona some money, pay to fly Leo to Manchester buy him a nice house in Cheshire, a good pair of Wellington boots and a good quality brolly and the jobs a good un.
     
  3. Blue Pete

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    Give it up he's signing for Liverpool, he used to have LFC pyjamas and a poster of Jordan Henderson on his wall
     
  4. Salford_Blue

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    My young lad isn't into his footie as much as me, but I made sure that he got to see Messi play last season, even though he wasn't at his supreme best.

    For every football purist, who supports ANY club out there, the possibility of seeing this guy in a blue shirt, should make everyone hair stand on end.

    Who wouldn't want to watch arguably, the finest player in history?

    (and for once, I certainly won't moan if my Season ticket goes up by a few quid)
     
  5. jrb

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    Imagine. :-)

    The *Rags*, Scousers, Tarquins, etc would be in utter and complete meltdown.
     
  6. KCblue

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    If Messi did indeed come to God's own club, would Sergio give him the 10 and go back to 16, or would Messi take a new number at his new club?

    All purely hypothetical, of course.

    ;)
     
  7. Thekinkygoat

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    Number 9 is free, as is 11.
     
  8. Prestwich_Blue

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    It would be typical City if everything was agreed but then fell through because Messi insisted on the number 10 shirt & Aguero wouldn't give it him.
     
  9. cleavers

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    He wants to play alongside James Milner in CM.
     
  10. purplenose

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    The way the team are playing might just help tempt him to want come and live somewhere where it pisses down all the time for a few years.
     

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