Your views on the ownership of Manchester City

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  1. richards30

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    Agreed!!!
     
  2. dario2739

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    And investigate why they bank in, and are registered as a company in, the tax haven that is the Cayman Islands.
     
  3. Machiavelli

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    Not as good as the Glazers imo.
     
  4. SilverFox2

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    Thanks KS I feel reassured that CFG have chosen China to expand into their global interests, possibly football.
     
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  5. born2bblu

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    I missed your survey, but for the records, I would take this bunch anytime of the day. At least they made their major targets clear: 1) to come 4th to play in Champions League and make some money out of it, and 2) to make profit from selling players at the end of every season ;-)

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  6. thepolarbear

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    We are owned by the CFG which the Sheik has a steak in but does not 100% own. I remember he sold a % to China.
     
  7. Zin 'messiah' Zimmer

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    Preferred the Vietnamese guy!
     
  8. Colthekid

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    Rump, Sirloin or Fillet? :-)
     
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  9. Rochdale Blue

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    Hosts and their guests from Watford and Villa on the Whistleblowers pod wouldn't agree. Apparently we are financially doped and a Watford fan who left the final early to get to work couldn't understand why some Blues left early to beat the rush and get home for midnight.
     
  10. jrb

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    For investment in the team, on the stadium, and running the club financially, they are pretty hard to beat.

    Engaging with the fans, listening to the fans, has been a constant issue over the last few seasons, and is still problematic.

    However, the club have finally taken not of that, have admitted the club and the fans were drifting apart, and of late the club have been trying to address that problem.

    Fans services still needs to be improved.
     

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