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    Quote Originally Posted by Ach View Post
    Pretty much straight away.

    They didnt like it when i had no idea who got sent off for them v us when we kicked their butts 3-0 at their shitehole. I believe i said something like "he was a shit player anyway so doubt he'd have made much a difference had he stayed on anyway"
    Yeah just read your first post

    Pretty fair assessment imo.

    I can post replies, just not start a thread.

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    what was his moniker?
    "what it means to be human - to be featherless, two-legged, linguistically conscious creatures
    born between urine and faeces whose bodies will one day be the culinary delight of terrestrial worms.."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirjackofwilshere View Post
    what was his moniker?
    Ach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ach View Post
    Flavs
    Harsh but fair, tbh.

    The King Is Back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Overmars View Post
    Society is now one polished horde
    Formed by two mighty tribes, the bores and the bored.

    "After all, it was the Gunnersí goalkeeper who started the move that culminated in Thomasí crowning glory. It was Lukic who, in injury time, decided to throw the ball out to Lee Dixon rather than lump it long..."

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    Manchester City are in no rush to meet striker Carlos Tevez's demand to leave Eastlands and are likely to ask in excess of £40m to consider selling.

    BBC Sport understands Tevez's latest request to leave City has left chairman Khaldoon Al-Mubarak "sanguine" about developments.

    The club believe they are in a position of strength over any potential Tevez transfer and are in no mood to plead with the striker to stay.

    Tevez is contracted at City until 2014.

    A spokesman said: "Carlos is a contracted player to Manchester City for another three years and we have had no offers for him."

    Tevez, 27, asked City for a transfer in December and while it now seems inevitable he will eventually move on, City are relaxed about the latest twist and are determined he will only leave when the time and price is right for them.

    City boss Roberto Mancini insisted recently that Tevez would stay after a proposed swap deal with Inter Milan for striker Samuel Eto'o fell through - but there is still no great shock inside Eastlands after Tevez made his desire to leave public once again.

    The Argentina international wants to be reunited with his family - with Milan believed to be a favoured destination - but there is unlikely to be a swift resolution with City determined not to be railroaded into a deal by the player and his advisors.

    City's stance on Tevez is hardened by the fact that he is on a contract reportedly worth in excess of £200,000-a-week, while there is no pressing need for cash to flow into Eastlands given the vast wealth of the club's Abu Dhabi owners.

    The cost of any Tevez transfer will limit the market, with Inter Milan sporting director Marco Branca recently insisting the Serie A club would not make a move because they were unable to afford the wage packet he was receiving at City.

    Branca told BBC Sport: "Tevez is a great player, a great character, but absolutely no. His salary means it is out of the question. The market is crazy at the moment and it is hard to compete."
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/14029622.stm

    Thought this would make most sense in here.

    Citeh won't do anything without Tevez. He's been 90% of their team.

    Can't think of a better or more consistent striker anywhere. I can see him going to Real Madrid.

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    Just found this too:


    Manchester City are in no rush to grant Carlos Tevez his wish to leave - and the statistics show just how crucial the striker has become to the Eastlands club.
    The 27-year-old swapped the red side of Manchester for the blue in 2009, quickly becoming City's talisman, helping them to FA Cup success and Champions League qualification last season. He has scored 43 Premier League goals in his two seasons with the club - the highest total of any player in the top division.
    Those goals from the Argentine have come at a rate of one every 125.6 minutes, a ratio that, when compared with players who have scored at least 15 goals during that time, is only bettered by Arsenal's Dutch international Robin van Persie (112.0).

    Top Premier League scorers 2009/10 and 2010/11
    • Carlos Tevez (Manchester City) - 43
    • Darren Bent (Sunderland/Aston Villa) - 41
    • Didier Drogba (Chelsea) - 40
    • Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) - 37
    • Frank Lampard (Chelsea) - 32
    • Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United - 32
    • Robin van Persie (Arsenal) - 27


    Tevez has also shown more than any other striker that one goal can lead to another, having scored an impressive 10 braces in his 66 league appearances for City, three more than his nearest rivals Darren Bent and Didier Drogba. Tevez has also set up 13 goals in that time, showing that there is more to his game than just finding the back of the net.
    City also do better with Tevez in the team than they do without him. They have won 34 of the 66 matches he has played in - a ratio of 52% and a slight improvement on the 50% success rate City have enjoyed in the 10 games he has missed.
    City have gained an average of 1.83 points per match with Tevez in the team (1.70 without him) and have scored 1.76 goals per game with him (1.70 without him). They have also conceded slightly fewer goals when Tevez plays.
    Individually, none of Tevez's City colleagues can come close to his scoring record.
    Last season he managed 23 goals in total - 20 of which were in the league - making him the only City player to reach double figures in the top flight. Next on the list was Yaya Toure with 11, seven coming in the Premier League, while Mario Balotelli was the only other player to reach double figures, six of his 10 goals coming in the league.
    Fellow frontmen Edin Dzeko and Emmanuel Adebayor managed just 11 between them in their half-season spells with the club.
    It is also worth comparing Tevez to former Manchester United team-mate Wayne Rooney, who is United's key figure, much as Tevez is City's. The impact they have had on their teams is noticeable.

    Tevez v Rooney in the Premier League 2009-2011



    66 Games 60
    43 Goals 37
    13 Assists 14
    125.6 Minutes per goal 133.8
    22.99% Shots to goals 18.23%
    82.26% Pass completion 75.18%
    1.83 Team points per game 2.20


    In the same two-year period, Rooney has scored 37 goals and claimed 14 assists. With four braces to his name, his goals are spread out over more matches.
    Tevez's goals have come from 187 chances - a conversion rate of 22.99% - while Rooney's goals have come from 203 shots at a success rate of 18.23%.
    Tevez also has a superior passing rate, completing an impressive 82.26% of his 2,215 passes, compared to Rooney's completion rate of 75.18% from 2,466.
    However, Rooney does have the upper hand when it comes to his value to the team. Without Rooney in the past two seasons, United have won 56% of their league fixtures and scored 1.75 goals per game. With him, they have upped their win ratio to 68% and their goals-scored ratio to 2.27 per game.

    United, though, lost only one of those 16 games without Rooney, while City have been defeated in three of the 10 games when Tevez has been absent.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/14030256.stm

    Tevez

    Also, Joker
    Last edited by Master Splinter; 05-07-2011 at 06:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Overmars View Post
    Yeah that's funny, also funny is the fact he's being interviewed by a tranny

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    Tevez, over the past 2 seasons has been as good as it gets. (That's for normal players btw, not freaks like Messi and Ronnie)

    It's great news that he wants out. I'm sure they will spunk 30m on someone to fill the void but as we've seen with Dzeko it's not a sure fire thing for someone to hit the ground running in this league.

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