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City reject Tevez bid

Posted: July 12, 2011 in News

So one of the most boring saga’s of the summer (Along with Fabregas) continues. Hopefully Tevez gets his wish soon and this mercenary can finally leave these shores.

Ever since he left United my estimation of this man has gone further down hill and the sooner he’s gone it will be for the better of the English game. The man has no loyalty and couldn’t care less about any club he was at and it wouldn’t surprise me if he went back to Brazil now and within a year he finds his way to Madrid or Milan. Actually I’ll put a bet on that.

City will probably bring in Aguero to replace him and he is much better in talent so lets get this stain on English football out of this country as soon as please.

Good Riddance Carlos.

Paul Scholes, Thank You

Posted: May 31, 2011 in News

It was a day we all knew was coming and if I’m honest I was expecting it sooner or later but in no way did it hurt any less. The 20 year career of Paul Scholes is over. I read the announcement this morning and it still hit me just like it had come out of the blue.

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The Welsh are coming!!

Posted: May 30, 2011 in News

Swansea have put Wales on the Premiership map, defeating Reading 4-2 which included a great hat trick from Scott Sinclair. In what was a cracking match It ended a 28 year wait for Swansea to get back to the top flight and they also will pick up an estimated £90 million windfall.

Now there is a lot of fans out there who I know didn’t want to see a Welsh team in the English Premiership, but I for one think it will be great. Swansea actually look like they p;ay some good football and will have a go, plus that will be one cracking away trip for fans next year. I wouldnt put it past them staying up next year and the Welsh revolution beginning!

Jones sacked by Cardiff!

Posted: May 30, 2011 in News

 

Cardiff City have announced the sacking of 54yr old manager David Jones. It came after an “overall review and reflection” of the teams perfromance.  Cardiff narrowly missed out on promotion to the Premier League this year with a defeat to Reading in the Play Off Semi’s.

Jones brought stability to Cardiff in the league and made them one of the top teams and also a 2008 cup final appreance was on his resume, however the board must of decided to bring someone in who can take them to the next level.

Jones has already been linked to the West Ham job but many, including me, expect Sam Allardyce to take that position.