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Patrick Vieira Signs For Man City

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Its now official. http://mcfc.co.uk/Video/Interviews/Vieiras-first-interview
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#1
i think hes long past his best, dont see him making any impact at all tbh
#2
This would have been big news a few years ago.
Now, meh.
[mod]#3
You dont get to be playing for Inter Milan (whether it is on the bench or in the team) if you are no longer a good player. Viera will do a job. A very good job.
#4
A few more million in debt ........... will do a job though.
#5
He's there for six months to instill a winning mentality and as a backup in defence, I dont think hes part of the long term plan.
#6
smithyp1
A few more million in debt ........... will do a job though.


Debt???? :?

I can assure you, Manchester City have absolutely no debt but thanks for your concern :thumbsup:
#7
magicjay1986
You dont get to be playing for Inter Milan (whether it is on the bench or in the team) if you are no longer a good player. Viera will do a job. A very good job.


Which is why they didn't play him regularly lately, and didn't renew his contract.
banned#8
micoo
i think hes long past his best, dont see him making any impact at all tbh


The question is if he was still able to compete at this level, why didn't Wenger sign him?

For Mancini it's hardly a massive gamble - either he does well or he doesn't and is off in 6 months.

No real downside.
#9
Did I hear reports that they want to mould him into a centre half?

Still a good player (but is he a great player anymore?) we will see I suppose
#10
iNSOMANiAC
Debt???? :?

I can assure you, Manchester City have absolutely no debt but thanks for your concern :thumbsup:


only cos of your rich ass owners :p, 92 million losses not including spending is poor if were honest lol
banned#11
DJNG22
Did I hear reports that they want to mould him into a centre half?

Still a good player (but is he a great player anymore?) we will see I suppose


Why not - they turned Micah Richards from a potential England centre-half into an above average full-back.
#12
micoo
only cos of your rich ass owners :p, 92 million losses not including spending is poor if were honest lol


Yes, I imagine our owners do own some donkeys, what does that have to do with anything ???
93 million is nothing to a man of sheikh Mansours riches. Its costs a lot to catch up with the 'big four' who have been pricing everyone else out of the market for years and years.
#13
iNSOMANiAC
Debt???? :?

I can assure you, Manchester City have absolutely no debt but thanks for your concern :thumbsup:


Manchester City football club has reported an annual loss of £92.6m ($148m) for the 2008/09 financial year.
The figures do not take into account the further large outlay since May 2009 on players such as Carlos Tevez, Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor.

Give it time ........... :thumbsup:
#14
FilthAndFurry
Why not - they turned Micah Richards from a potential England centre-half into an above average full-back.


True!!
#15
iNSOMANiAC
Yes, I imagine our owners do own some donkeys, what does that have to do with anything ???
93 million is nothing to a man of sheikh Mansours riches. Its costs a lot to catch up with the 'big four' who have been pricing everyone else out of the market for years and years.


agree, but youve got to admit its bad buisness lol 92 mil is a lot of money
banned#16
Very nice bit of business..... FOR INTER MILAN.

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

They lurch from disaster to disaster.

inb4 pic of ignore list
#17
DJNG22
Did I hear reports that they want to mould him into a centre half?

Still a good player (but is he a great player anymore?) we will see I suppose


I wouldnt be surprised, we dont want to leave Nigel De Jong out of the team as he's been awesome and Gareth Barry needs a regular spot to become the player we know hes capable of being. Dont want to distrupt the two central midfielders to squeeze Viera in. In Macini we trust !
#18
micoo
agree, but youve got to admit its bad buisness lol 92 mil is a lot of money


The whole of football is bad business, the rags are in 700 million of debt and they are at the top of the game !
#19
smithyp1
Manchester City football club has reported an annual loss of £92.6m ($148m) for the 2008/09 financial year.
The figures do not take into account the further large outlay since May 2009 on players such as Carlos Tevez, Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor.

Give it time ........... :thumbsup:


Oh no, bitter Brummies now ! :roll: You just worry about your inevitable hull-like slide back to the bottom of the table not about us rich clubs and our debt free existence :thumbsup:
#20
Shrewed buisness.
#21
Adam2050
Shrewed buisness.


Congratulations on spelling every single word of that sentence incorrectly :thumbsup:
banned#22
vibeone
Very nice bit of business..... FOR INTER MILAN.

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

They lurch from disaster to disaster.

inb4 pic of ignore list


Isn't this what people said about Owen leaving Newcastle? At least Viera was available for selection - and part of a top European Football team.
#23
guv
Isn't this what people said about Owen leaving Newcastle? At least Viera was available for selection - and part of a top European Football team.


Why do you fall for the attention-seeking trolling every time ?
banned#24
guv
Isn't this what people said about Owen leaving Newcastle? At least Viera was available for selection - and part of a top European Football team.


lets see who's been more successful come the end of the season :)
#25
iNSOMANiAC
Oh no, bitter Brummies now ! :roll: You just worry about your inevitable hull-like slide back to the bottom of the table not about us rich clubs and our debt free existence :thumbsup:



bitter? lol :roll:

What have we got to be bitter about?

All these millions from the arabs and your only 3, yes 3 points ahead of a crap club like birmingham city ????

Bad times mate ........... :thumbsup:
banned#26
OP is funny. Almost entire thread disagrees with him, yet everyone is a troll.
#27
It gets better and better lol

Juan Sebastian Veron has revealed that he has snubbed an offer from Roberto Mancini to join Manchester City.

The 34-year-old former Chelsea and Manchester United midfielder is enjoying a renaissance at Estudiantes and was crowned South American Player of the Year last year.

A number of European clubs have looked to entice him back, and Veron has revealed that Mancini made him an offer.

However, the Argentine star has snubbed the chance to link up with Mancini - who he played with at Sampdoria and Lazio - in order to remain with Estudiantes.

"It's not a fact of money. First of all is the family, and second, I have made a decision and I want to respect it, that is what I feel and Estudiantes is the place where I feel comfortable," said Veron.

"If I would have accepted this offer I wouldn't have been true with my convictions, with myself and with the people."

Veron's agent Miguel Pires went into detail about City's offer.

"Veron said to me that he received a phone call from Mancini and that he had offered him £7million and the same to Estudiantes for a one-year contract," he revealed.

"In addition, that amount would have been duplicated if he would have continued at Manchester City during 2011."


Sources within Eastlands indicate Manchester City are edging ever closer to pulling off a shock swoop for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Claude Makélélé.

Former Chelsea star Makélélé, 36, has been targeted by Roberto Mancini as an ideal partner to newly acquired ex-Arsenal player Patrick Vieira. Vieira, who is arriving from Inter Milan on an 18-month deal, has expressed his delight in linking up with his French teammate.


Mancini's obviously planning for the long term :roll:
banned#28
vibeone
lets see who's been more successful come the end of the season :)


I'm sure this has been book marked!

I really would laugh out very very loud!
banned#29
guv
I'm sure this has been book marked!

I really would laugh out very very loud!


It has ;)

No but seriously - its the only way either should be judged.
banned#30
Veron?!!?!?!?!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

City after Manchester United cast offs!
[mod]#31
Babbabooey
Which is why they didn't play him regularly lately, and didn't renew his contract.


Key point, lately. You wait, he will be a great loan signing.
#32
smithyp1
bitter? lol :roll:

What have we got to be bitter about?

All these millions from the arabs and your only 3, yes 3 points ahead of a crap club like birmingham city ????

Bad times mate ........... :thumbsup:


Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee !

The sound of birmingham as they plummet down the table ! :-D , I have nothing against Birmingham and theyre doing very well but its all going to come crashing down soon, you and I both know it :thumbsup:
banned#33
Kerching! Another mercenary joinng the manchester giveaway.
#34
smithyp1
Manchester City football club has reported an annual loss of £92.6m ($148m) for the 2008/09 financial year.
The figures do not take into account the further large outlay since May 2009 on players such as Carlos Tevez, Kolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor.

Give it time ........... :thumbsup:


All debts were written off by the Mansour family several montyhs ago... the irony of a bankrolled blues fan arguing with a bankrolled city fan about wwho's more in debt isn;t lost on the majority of us smaller clubs...

I can almost here you from here shouting 'considerably richer than yow....'
#35
csiman
Kerching! Another mercenary joinng the manchester giveaway.


Whinge whinge, the sound of another bitter crying because City are 'horror of horrors' buying players to try and get somewhere , lol
#36
vibeone
Veron?!!?!?!?!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

City after Manchester United cast offs!


Man U normally go after West Ham cast off's... mind you they did win the world cup...
banned#37
iNSOMANiAC;7470711
Whinge whinge, the sound of another bitter crying because City are 'horror of horrors' buying players to try and get somewhere , lol

I thought they'd already bought loads of players :thinking:

didnt exactly get them very far either :-D
#38
iNSOMANiAC
Whinge whinge, the sound of another bitter crying because City are 'horror of horrors' buying players to try and get somewhere , lol


Buying (and trying to buy) 33 / 34 / 36 year-olds looks to me like panic buying trying to get instant success :whistling:

Viera is the only player I can think of that's played for the big 3 in Italy, and flopped at all of them :lol:
banned#39
iNSOMANiAC
Whinge whinge, the sound of another bitter crying because City are 'horror of horrors' buying players to try and get somewhere , lol


'try' being the important bit.

Not really worked so far, son!
#40
iNSOMANiAC
Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee !

The sound of birmingham as they plummet down the table ! :-D , I have nothing against Birmingham and theyre doing very well but its all going to come crashing down soon, you and I both know it :thumbsup:


Of course it will...... i am realistic about my football club, you on the other hand ..... :roll:

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