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do you also understand that everton is playing in the "same field" with citeh, what a lame excuse. anyway goodluck to your team.
hahaha funny kid. anyway merry xmas eastland.... ciao citeh
City 3 - Newcastle 1
Tevez at it again!
^ hindi masama maging ambisyoso. It drives you forward, and proves the Italians/racists wrong.
City prepare £21m bid for Luiz
Manchester City have tabled a massive £21 million bid to prise Benfica defender David Luiz to Eastlands.
The cash-rich Premier League club are set to go on a shopping spree during the January transfer window and manager Roberto Mancini has pin-pointed the highly rated Brazilian as his primary target.
The 23-year-old was previously linked with a move to Chelsea during the summer but a move to Stamford Bridge failed to materialize.
Now according to Abola.pt, City have set aside £21 million for the defender.
Luiz captured the imagination of Europe with his impressive performances in the Champions League last season.
But he has recently come under some criticism due to his indifferent form for Benfica this season.
A move out of Portugal appears imminent as Luiz rejected a chance to remain at the club.
And when City come knocking on the door, they usually get their man.
Talks to bring Wolfsburg striker Edin Dzeko to Manchester City are in an advanced stage.
The 24-year-old is no stranger to speculation linking him with a move to Eastlands after City reportedly tried to prise him over during the summer.
But they were put off by the Bosnian's £38 million price-tag.
According to the Daily Mail newspaper, City manager Roberto Mancini has implored the club owners to open their chequebooks for a player he believes could make the difference between winning the Premier League and finishing in top four.
And he has got his wish as Wolfsburg have finally been persuaded to enter into talks for their prized asset.
Helping Mancini's cause is that Dzeko himself has declared his desire to join him at Eastlands after personally sending a letter to the club back in August.
A deal could be ironed out as soon as next week when the transfer window opens across Europe.
City 4 - Villa 0
Balotelli with the hat trick, We're now tied at the top spot, This game just shows how City will dominate for the next 10 years especially with it's young players.
Edin Dzeko is set to break the Bundesliga transfer record by joining Manchester City from Wolfsburg for around 40 million euros.
The Bosnian striker has made no secret of his desire to leave the German side for a bigger club and, while his dream has always been to join AC Milan, the fact the Italians have just signed Antonio Cassano from Sampdoria reduces the chances of that move coming off.
However, City have the ambition to become one of Europe's top clubs and they also have the financial backing, and a transfer of Dzeko next month is looking more likely.
Coach Roberto Mancini has also confirmed that he is a fan of the 24-year-old.
The Wolfsburger Allgemeine newspaper quotes Mancini saying: "We have the chance to win the league this year and the decisive factor could be Edin Dzeko.
"This player can decide titles and that is why we want him."
Wolfsburg's managing director Dieter Hoeness declared last week that his club is preparing to make major changes to the playing personnel after a disappointing first half of the season.
Selling a player of Dzeko's talent may not be his preference, but the player's malaise at the 2009 Bundesliga champions, who currently seem unlikely to provide him with the chance to play in the Champions League next season, may be one of the reasons the team has not been functioning since Steve McClaren took over as coach in the summer.
A fee of 40 million euros, which the Wolfsburger Allgemeine reports would be made up of an initial fee of 30 million euros with five million to follow in the case of City qualifying for the Champions League, while five million euros would go on signing-on and agent fees, would break the Bundesliga's transfer record.
Bayern Munich currently hold that with their 30 million euros outlay on Mario Gomez from Stuttgart in 2009.
Diego's sale from Werder Bremen to Juventus last year is the most expensive foreign sale to date at 27 million euros, while he returned to the Bundesliga last summer, joining Wolfsburg for a cut-price fee of 15.5 million.
And the Wolves are set to make a huge profit on a player they signed for just four million from FK Teplice in 2007.
He won the Bundesliga golden boot award last season after coming runner-up to his team mate Grafite in Wolfsburg's championship-winning year.
He has already found the back of the net 10 times this season, taking his overall tally to 66 in 111 games for the Wolves.
And BTW mate, you're not the only team with the future in mind. The real team of Manchester has enough talent, actual or potential, to at least outlast your sheik's cash. Enjoy the money while it lasts. I know I'll enjoy this competition with Citeh.
Wow, posibleng 1st title nyo since the English Premier League was established
rooting for you club to win it next to mine
ok yan para may ibang team magkaroon ng 1st ever championship...
Yeah buying your way the title is so fulfilling.
Heh? I'd rather win it with local boys who broke through from the academy and loves the club than with a bunch of money grabbing mercenaries. Besides I don't want a club to be slapped by the UEFA because of not meeting the criteria for the financial fair play rule.