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  1. you are the landlord

    We should be friends. 🍻
  2. The not invincible Man City discussion

    True but at the same time as per Gary Neville's tweet, the deal isn't costing United anymore than it would City 6 months ago, the only difference is now the player pockets more. You could argue which was is better, the bigger transfer fee or players wages but either way isn't good for football and both will have a further negative impact on the game. Problem now is that when clubs see Man City, Chelsea and Man Utd coming the price is inflated because they will pay it, you can't sit there with a straight face and tell me John Stones and Kyle Walker are £50m players, you know yourself you can go into Europe and find better for half the money, it's only the market price now in this country because they have paid it. And people wonder why none of our top talent moves to Europe, could you see Real, Barca or Bayern paying £50m for John Stones? £50m bought Bayern Niklas Süle and Mat Hummels, who's £50m was better spent?
  3. Jerome goals against us?

    Thanks Rynny, not just a pretty face eh?
  4. The not invincible Man City discussion

    @Bris Vegas Think we will have to agree to disagree on this one, you appear to see no problem with a club spending £1.3bn in 10 years on players, I do. Those numbers are even harder to take when you have clubs that are on the verge of going out of business over 200k, it's sickening. Rome wasn't built in a day, but Man City are trying to build that. Enjoy Rome, I'll just sit here hope that one day the FA, PL and Fifa step in and end this madness.
  5. Jerome goals against us?

    Transfermarkt says he's had 6 goals against us but in the full list of goals could only see these 5
  6. The not invincible Man City discussion

    Bris, in the last 10 years they have spent 1.3 BILLION, £400m of which from your Pep in the last 2 years, how many other clubs even come close to that? Played their role? They are a major reason why the market is whacked out. You can sit here and try and defend that as much as you like but it's an obscene amount of money which has had a knock on effect down the league and into the Championship, I'm sure next summer they will blow another £200m+ that you will defend once again. In needs to stop for the sake of English football. Theres a reason why some take enjoyment in seeing them lose, and Chelsea.
  7. Jerome's a good player....

    Tried already, wouldn't take Boycie. Don't blame them to be honest.
  8. The not invincible Man City discussion

    And in doing so played a major part in sky rocketing the transfer market and don't looking like slowing down either, yet you come looking for us all to applaud the club for pulling out on Sanchez. Good luck with that one.
  9. January 2018 transfer thread

    Did he have offers abroad to choose from? He's left a club that has given him just 64 minutes of Premier League football, could argue that staying at Arsenal would have been no challenge and just picking up a pay cheque. He has a challenge now to try and help Everton close the gap on the top 6, impossible as it may seem that will be the challenge.
  10. The not invincible Man City discussion

    Oh, just for fun.... Man Utd 3x Premier League, 3x League Cups, 1x Europa League, 1x FA Cup Man City 2x Premier League, 2x League Cups, 1x FA Cup Money well spent.
  11. The not invincible Man City discussion

    Thought I'd take a look at transfers since Man City were taken over compared to Man Utd and their outrageous transfer policy. Fair play to Man City keeping things real, round of applause 👏👏👏 Man City 17/18 - Arrivals £222m / Departures £85m 16/17 - Arrivals £192m / Departures £32m 15/16 - Arrivals £192m / Departures £61m 14/15 - Arrivals £80m / Departures £27m 13/14 - Arrivals £104m / Departures £10m 12/13 - Arrivals £56m / Departures £40m 11/12 - Arrivals £78m / Departures £27m 10/11 - Arrivals £164m / Departures £33m 09/10 - Arrivals £133m / Departures £28m 08/09 - Arrivals £142m / Departures £24m Total Spent £1.36bn Total Received £367m Net £996m Man Utd 17/18 - Arrivals £148m / Departures £10m 16/17 - Arrivals £166m / Departures £42m 15/16 - Arrivals £140m / Departures £92m 14/15 - Arrivals £175m / Departures £44m 13/14 - Arrivals £69m / Departures £2m 12/13 - Arrivals £69m / Departures £10m 11/12 - Arrivals £56m / Departures £13m 10/11 - Arrivals £26m / Departures £16m 09/10 - Arrivals £25m / Departures £94m 08/09 - Arrivals £41m / Departures £7m Total Spent £915m Total Received £330m Net £585m *Figures from transfermarkt.co.uk
  12. The not invincible Man City discussion

    Man City wasn't invented until 2016
  13. Derby County F.C. v Bristol City F.C.

    Ledley back in training, Johnson out, Jerome unlikely to start having not played for a while https://www.dcfc.co.uk/blog/iframe/stream-video/17207
  14. Jerome goals against us?

    Scored in these games 14/03/15 - Norwich 1-1 Derby 20/12/14 - Derby 2-2 Norwich 28/01/12 - Derby 0-2 Stoke (4th Rd FA Cup) 25/08/07 - Derby 1-2 Birmingham 20/08/05 - Derby 2-1 Cardiff P15 W8 D4 L3
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