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    Only three clubs are willing to pay for Kane and they are Man City, Man U and Chelsea

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    How many neutrals who so lauded up last seasons triumph will be hoping Leicester get relegated now. I certainly will, that will teach the selfish owners and lazy players a lesson. By the end of Sunday

    Wow Ole the magical tactician, what a manager, completely turned it around. United should of won by more, 2-3 flatters Southampton, they were pretty average(I guess Newcastle just made them look good)

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    1 minute ago, lassie23 said:

    Only three clubs are willing to pay for Kane and they are Man City, Man U and Chelsea

    I actually prefer for us to sign Sancho for the right and play Cavani/Greenwood upfront. We can then also focus on DM and CB to solidify our defence. 

    We are strongly linked to Varane and Pau Torres

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    2 minutes ago, CreweCold said:

    No team is challenging City domestically next season. It'll be a race for 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

    Look at their GD this season (51) and add Kane up top. With the defence they have they will storm the league. It's the most obvious thing.

    The most obvious thing?? Oh please.. 🤦‍♂️

    You can't predict for sure what will happen - Guardiola said himself the other day that injuries to key players can strike at any time, so never take anything for granted. 

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    Just now, D.V.R said:

    The most obvious thing?? Oh please.. 🤦‍♂️

    You can't predict for sure what will happen - Guardiola said himself the other day that injuries to key players can strike at any time, so never take anything for granted. 

    So they get an injury? They have 2 world class players for every position. Their squad is far beyond anything any other team has. 

    You're deluded if you think it'll be anything other than a City title win next season.

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    Well we finished 3rd and only 5 points behind united even with the core of our team out for most of the season really does say somthing! Next season is going to be a slog.... Hope African cup of nations gets canceld....

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    2 minutes ago, CreweCold said:

    So they get an injury? They have 2 world class players for every position. Their squad is far beyond anything any other team has. 

    You're deluded if you think it'll be anything other than a City title win next season.

    Call it deluded if you want, but I don't think it will be that straightforward and I believe my team will fighting hard next season.

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    Early top five prediction for next season, these 5 times have all finished in the top 5 in the past two sr

    1)Man city

    2)Liverpool

    3)Man United

    4)Chelsea

    5)Leicester City

    Poor old Leicester City, that would be a third season in a row in fifth.

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    1 minute ago, Eagle Eye said:

    Early top five prediction for next season, these 5 times have all finished in the top 5 in the past two sr

    1)Man city

    2)Liverpool

    3)Man United

    4)Chelsea

    5)Leicester City

    Poor old Leicester City, that would be a third season in a row in fifth.

    Brendan Rogers always bottles it 😄

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    We have got to remember that Man City had a smooth run injury wise yet still managed to lose 5 games😲

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    There is no point going into a new season without belief, even if that belief is "moonshot".

    Man City are definitely clear favourites, no denying that, but you never know, nothing is ever guaranteed!  Perhaps the City chef might serve up a dodgy Lasagne or City's training ground gets taken over by a plaque of man eating locusts?

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    1 minute ago, AWD said:

    There is no point going into a new season without belief, even if that belief is "moonshot".

    Man City are definitely clear favourites, no denying that, but you never know, nothing is ever guaranteed!  Perhaps the City chef might serve up a dodgy Lasagne or City's training ground gets taken over by a plaque of man eating locusts?

    Is the chef a scouser

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    12 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

    We have got to remember that Man City had a smooth run injury wise yet still managed to lose 5 games😲

    Yes, we did comfortably beat them 2-0, probably our best performance of the season and shows we can comfortably match the best on our day. 

    Our key next year will be consistency. At the moment we can beat anyone but lose to anyone too. I personally think this is Ole's ceiling and the coaching just isn't there for anything consistent.

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    8 minutes ago, CreweCold said:

    Yes, we did comfortably beat them 2-0, probably our best performance of the season and shows we can comfortably match the best on our day. 

    Our key next year will be consistency. At the moment we can beat anyone but lose to anyone too. I personally think this is Ole's ceiling and the coaching just isn't there for anything consistent.

    You could still win the Europa, I think most United fans would take that, a trophy is a trophy, but obviously with the spending power of United it is not top of the hit list of the trophies they are after.

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    13 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

    You could still win the Europa, I think most United fans would take that, a trophy is a trophy, but obviously with the spending power of United it is not top of the hit list of the trophies they are after.

    That's just it, we don't have that much spending power. Well we do but in relation to the likes of City and PSG etc it's not limitless. If they spend big money on a flop they can just afford to get rid and spend big money again the next season until they get it right (look at their defence for example). The likes of United and Liverpool can't do that, we have to balance the books. Our spending one season affects the power of the club financially in subsequent seasons.

    People have rightly pointed out we have bought some crud...but so have City. The difference is they can then go out again the next window and buy someone else for that position with little consequence financially.

    This is what we're up against.

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    3 minutes ago, CreweCold said:

    That's just it, we don't have that much spending power. Well we do but in relation to the likes of City and PSG etc it's not limitless. If they spend big money on a flop they can just afford to get rid and spend big money again the next season until they get it right (look at their defence for example). The likes of United and Liverpool can't do that, we have to balance the books. Our spending one season affects the power of the club financially in subsequent seasons.

    This is what we're up against.

    Everyone needs to spend to win stuff but what Man City Real Madrid and PSG have been doing is taking the jaffa cakes

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    Just now, lassie23 said:

    Everyone needs to spend to win stuff but what Man City Real Madrid and PSG have been doing is taking the jaffa cakes

    I also heard City and Madrid have or had an agreement to not poach each others players.

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    Must mention Everton, the supporters were adamant that Everton would finish above Liverpool this season but they ended up being average as usual. Well deserved for a bunch of disgusting hackers.

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    4 hours ago, lassie23 said:

    Everyone needs to spend to win stuff but what Man City Real Madrid and PSG have been doing is taking the jaffa cakes

    🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 think you need to look at the spending and insane money spent on utd players…. City have spent wisely not wastefully 

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    1 minute ago, WillinGlossop said:

    🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 think you need to look at the spending and insane money spent on utd players…. City have spent wisely not wastefully 

    Yes you do have a good point Man U have spent 1 billion on players since 2013 Man City 1.4 billion since the takeover 😲 Liverpool have spent much less.

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    20 minutes ago, WillinGlossop said:

    🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 think you need to look at the spending and insane money spent on utd players…. City have spent wisely not wastefully 

    Not sure what you're laughing at. If City buy a dud they can afford to replace immediately...we can't it's as simple as that, not without hurting us financially. You are state funded. You were second division as close as 1998. You won the lottery and that is that. You were literally irrelevant before the takeover.

    Laugh all you want but in your heart of hearts you know this. It's why Liverpool will always be our most bitter rivals...as much as it pains me to say it they are a proper club built on hard work and success.

    People on here sneered at the super league, were outraged...yet they are happy to see City potentially run away with the league for the foreseeable future. 

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    5 hours ago, CreweCold said:

    Not sure what you're laughing at. If City buy a dud they can afford to replace immediately...we can't it's as simple as that, not without hurting us financially. You are state funded. You were second division as close as 1998. You won the lottery and that is that. You were literally irrelevant before the takeover.

    Laugh all you want but in your heart of hearts you know this. It's why Liverpool will always be our most bitter rivals...as much as it pains me to say it they are a proper club built on hard work and success.

    People on here sneered at the super league, were outraged...yet they are happy to see City potentially run away with the league for the foreseeable future. 

    Yep, I agree - Chelsea and City have basically taken a short cut to be on our level. 

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    10 hours ago, CreweCold said:

    Not sure what you're laughing at. If City buy a dud they can afford to replace immediately...we can't it's as simple as that, not without hurting us financially. You are state funded. You were second division as close as 1998. You won the lottery and that is that. You were literally irrelevant before the takeover.

    Laugh all you want but in your heart of hearts you know this. It's why Liverpool will always be our most bitter rivals...as much as it pains me to say it they are a proper club built on hard work and success.

    People on here sneered at the super league, were outraged...yet they are happy to see City potentially run away with the league for the foreseeable future. 

    “Laugh all you want but in your heart of hearts you know this. It's why Liverpool will always be our most bitter rivals...as much as it pains me to say it they are a proper club built on hard work and success.”

    🤣😂🤣😂 Salty 🤣😂🤣😂give over 

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    Jesus, it's like being back in school in here! 

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    1 hour ago, AWD said:

    Jesus, it's like being back in school in here! 

    Basically, the argument is that big spenders win everything and there should be some sort of cap on spending to make it a more even playing field. 🤐

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    I would like that to happen (and for balance, for that to include Liverpool just as much as every other team) but alas, it will never happen.

    Trophies are going to become increasingly difficult to win for those without a mega rich billionaire in charge!

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