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Will City Fans Miss Sven?

On our last poll, Vital Manchester City asked fans the question...

Will you miss Sven?

Here is the result, in descending order.

Yes of course - 59%

No not really - 41%

Speaking in a mixture of Portuguese and Spanish the 60-year-old Swede spoke to the media about his new challenge as the Mexican national coach....

'Our target is the World Cup and to try to do better than last time.'

'The move from Manchester City is a great challenge because Mexico is a great country. I am very proud of the players in the Mexican national team.'


Previous articles:

City Give Sven The Boot

What Will Sven Do Now?

On our new poll, fans are asked...

When, if at all will Ronaldinho sign for Man city?

To vote, use the poll question to the right hand side of this article.



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 6 2008

Time: 5:01PM

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I think Sven was too long out of day to day football and tried to play the same way that he did when he last managed, but times had moved along. I still think he moved the club further forward than any manager since Joe Mercer and Big Mal. The way we started was exciting football until teams found out how to stop us.Together with the inabiltiy to score, which was all too clear against the teams lower down the leagues.
Buzz Lightyear
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06/06/2008 17:33:00

Sparky is an excellent replacement but I think you may live to regreat getting rid of Sven.. The lad did good
Chix
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06/06/2008 21:20:00

 

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