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No Kaka, not to worry

Premier League Manchester City
by kingofmanchester (U8262074) 19 January 2009
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Well it would of been nice to see Kaka in the sky blue of City, but not to worry. Least Wenger, Redknapp, Torres, all the papers and all the other bitter people can get back to their day job.

Surely it's up to the Shiekh who he wants to buy, it's his money, he doesn't tell anyone what they should do with their money so get over it.

What because we're little City, we can't go for big stars, whatever, hopefully we will go for Aguero. Need a defender or two and maybe another midfielder.


Come on the blues, CTID

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comment by U13754734

posted Jan 27, 2009

I really cannot do with people living and probably born and bred in the "Mother Land" supporting other countries.

It really does my head in and I can't really be bothered.

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posted Jan 27, 2009

Why is it a joke? They competed in it and won.. end of. And Im a Liverpool fan

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_Italian_football_scandal

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comment by U13754734

posted Jan 28, 2009

Donner, more sense on this thread than all your comments on other boards put together

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posted Jan 28, 2009

Whatever you say Edboy.

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posted Jan 29, 2009

Hackjob, ya waster

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comment by av it (U10690115)

posted Feb 1, 2009

No Kaka, no worry - you've still got Darius Vassell.

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posted Feb 1, 2009

Is this thread the new 'Lampard doesn't deserve jeers'? which was legendary..

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