A Bald Fraud's Chester City

Discussion in 'Football Talk' started by clockwork orange, Sep 13, 2015.

  1. BobP

    BobP Memri Fan

    He really isn't doing himself a favor with the French Lesbian tag flying about.

    What's happened to him anyhow? Seems to have completely fallen off of the radar.
  2. redanddread

    redanddread The stone that the builders refuse

    City are determined to sign Guardiola as their next manager, and hope that a genuine pursuit of Barcelona forward Lionel Messi could convince him that his future lies at the Etihad – reports on Friday suggested City are willing to fund a £800,000-a-week deal to sign Messi.

    haha-guess we'll have to up the ticket prices a tad if we want to compete in this market!

    Should Guardiola get a hint of Wenger deciding enough is enough at the end of next season, he could elect to remain with Bayern for one more year before moving to Arsenal. It’s previously been reported that Guardiola would prefer a move to London if he were to move to England, which would put Chelsea and the Gunners in the driving seat

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  3. Bould14

    Bould14 Well-Known Member

    City brass is desperate for Pep, but is very particular about the teams he chooses so who knows he may reject the job.
  4. Trilly

    Trilly The John Cross of Ilford

    City with Pep become unstoppable I think. He's inherited his best teams but he seems the type that always does well if given the resources.

    I would like him at Arsenal but Wenger's sticking around it seems.
    Last edited: Nov 28, 2015
  5. blaze_of_glory

    blaze_of_glory Moderator Moderator

    Pep's only ever inherited top teams. Never had to build anything. But can't deny he's taken those teams to another level, best in the world type stuff, so fair play there.
  6. Rex Banter

    Rex Banter Knows a guy who knows an ITK at Bristol Trusted

    Don't think he's taken Bayern to another level, that 12-13 edition was as close to a well oiled machine as you could get. Could tell they were going to win it all in January that year.

    Since Pep's come in he's dicked around with the formation, moved Bernat, Alaba and Lahm around and tinkered with random players like Gotze and Muller everywhere.

    It's like on FM when you win the CL 5 years in a row so you get bored and try and win it playing a CB up front or a 15 year old from your academy and make a big money signing just because you can.
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  7. blaze_of_glory

    blaze_of_glory Moderator Moderator

    True enough, I suppose they were pretty much just as good before he got there.
  8. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Wrong, But Rarely

    Well that's not really true as as the Barcelona side he took over from Rijkaard was a mess.
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  9. blaze_of_glory

    blaze_of_glory Moderator Moderator

    They were still Barca, with their talent pool and money, and only two years removed from winning the Champions League. They made the semi-finals the year before he took over as well didn't they? Not exactly a dire situation to walk into.
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  10. Mastadon

    Mastadon Well-Known Member

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  11. Nyctophobia

    Nyctophobia Well-Known Member

    Both us and City suffering lots of injuries...

    If it continues, screws up our season and United run away with the trophy I'm gonna be sick.

    I can totally see it happening, you know. :lol:
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  12. bingobob

    bingobob Fan of Technicians Who Show Great Character

    He has won two of their five European Cups and effectively put down the foundations for their third as well. He transformed the club and turned them into one of the greatest club sides ever.

    His teams just simply bulldoze the opposition, top manager. He can hardly help it if it's Bayern Munich after him as opposed to Mainz or Man City as opposed to Wigan Atheltetic. Same as the best players in their primes aren't going to sign for their boy hood clubs they are going to sign for the biggest clubs because if their field they are the best
  13. blaze_of_glory

    blaze_of_glory Moderator Moderator

    True enough, can't really argue with that.
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  14. Le Professeur

    Le Professeur Well-Known Member

    Nice of them to consistently try and outshit us.
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  15. redanddread

    redanddread The stone that the builders refuse

    Love the guy but this is good news for us. At best he'd only be back in time for us.

    Sergio Aguero struggling to walk and will miss Manchester City's Champions League clash with Borussia Monchengladbach but Yaya Toure returns to training

    It is understood that Aguero is also likely to miss Saturday's league game against Swansea and Pellegrini said: 'It is an injury that he cannot work on.

    'He needs time to recover from that problem. It is not a serious injury but it is a pain injury.

    'We will have to see how he improves in the next week.'

    Aguero is currently struggling to put any pressure on his heel and is restricted to work in the swimming pool.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...h-Borussia-Monchengladbach.html#ixzz3teQsG6xb
  16. Le Professeur

    Le Professeur Well-Known Member

    Yep, as fragile as he is good, the lad.

    They haven't scored in 3 of their last 4 away games I think... Big chance at the Emirates in 2 weeks time.
  17. TheKippaxYears

    TheKippaxYears Sheikh City

    Buzzing tonight. Rags out. Perfect.
    Good luck tomorrow, lads.
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  18. OG J0E

    OG J0E Well-Known Member

    First time we've had a City fan on the forums surely.
  19. BobP

    BobP Memri Fan

    Nah, there was another here a while ago.

    May have gotten banned or was simply scared away, specifically remember the poster getting into arguments.
  20. TheKippaxYears

    TheKippaxYears Sheikh City

    You did the business yesterday. Well done.
    I signed up on a whim, mainly to comment on the Player Watch thread (see my posts, such as they are, there). Our injury problems are outranked only by yours. And it's a puzzle to me why some clubs seem to be plagued with injuries, year in, year out.
    I've never had any issues with your club, or any other, with the exception of United, for obvious reasons. Their arrogance during the years of dominance was insufferable. I've also been physically attacked by rags. This was decades back, in the early seventies. Doesn't tend to foster particularly warm feelings. We lent them our ground to play at during the immediate post-war years, because OT had been bombed out by the Luftwaffe. I don't suppose there's one rag fan in a hundred who's aware of that.
    Anyway, see you later, in the CL, perhaps. And this month, of course. Not predicting that one…

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