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Get To Know Thaksin Shinawatra *Video*

If anyone has been living on a different planet from the rest of us now is your chance to get to know the former Prime Minster of Thailand, and current owner of Manchester City Football Club, Thaksin Shinawatra. The video lasts 7 minutes 49 seconds.

Some may see this as Vital Manchester City expressing a political statement; however, this couldn't be further from the truth. We are here to report the news and hopefully allow fans to speak their minds.

What do you think of Thaksin Shinawatra? Spare no blushes; just tell us what you think.






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 4 2008

Time: 9:39PM

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This could be interesting (gulp!). Now did I update the swear filter or not? Blimey I can't remember.
Tudor
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04/05/2008 21:46:00

Tom Harbridge - (Perth Australia) sent me the following email: To sack any manager just a few months into the season when he has done so much for City is all about money money rules the roost. He has done so well coming into City at such a short time. Stop being a member from now on or for the next twelve months. Stop buying all the merchandise as well and let see how he feel but with an owner like we have he is only a dictator who just wants his own way at any cost no matter who he he hurts. I have been a City supporter all my life of 66 years but now its all finished. I will go back to my second team Stockport County from now on.
Tudor
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04/05/2008 22:41:00

Interesting Video...It looks like we are in exactly the same position as The Scousers, The Rags and Chelski in that we have been bought as someones plaything . Let's hope he likewise spends 100's of millions on us before getting tired of it and bowing out. At least then we will have a far better legacy than before he came in.
alphieblues
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04/05/2008 22:42:00

He has done so well coming into City at such a short time. Stop being a member from now on or for the next twelve months. Stop buying all the merchandise as well and let see how he feel but with an owner like we have he is only a dictator!
chelsey
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16/07/2008 13:43:00

 

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