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Sparky Awarded Pot Of Gold

Club owner Thaksin Shinawatra has told Blues boss Mark Hughes he can spend in excess of £30million on new players.

Hughes, should he begin the 'big spend' is keen on bringing in a couple of highly rated players from his previous club Blackburn Rovers, notably David Bentley and Christopher Samba, however bigger fish in the huge pond known to be available are CSKA Moscow's 21-year-old Brazil striker Jo and Barcelona's Ronaldinho.

The latest reports suggest Jo is on the verge of signing for an estimated £12m while fellow Brazilian Ronaldinho is still pondering his options.

Even more money would be made available depending on the sale of at least half-a-dozen players on their way out of Eastlands, making the total estimated 'pot of gold' available in the region of £60m.



Writer:Tudor
Date:Tuesday June 17 2008
Time: 7:27PM

Comments

0
no poisened remarks this week lads... nice to see you got rid of the toxin title...now that he moved the club into business that works rather than the cake and arse party it has been for years.
tommytheblue
17/06/2008 20:32:00
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30 million might just be enough to sign ONE new player !!!
alphieblues
17/06/2008 20:37:00
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you can have Samba and Bent's for your 30M if you like!!
MajiRovers
17/06/2008 20:51:00
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No thanks MagilRovers not even for 10M
alphieblues
17/06/2008 21:40:00
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So you have £30 million. £12 million of that on Jo, £4 million on Christopher Samba (alledgely), quite a bit on Ronaldino, £10+ million on Bentley. Not a massive rebuild of your squad then...?
Decimus Poole
18/06/2008 08:51:00
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its not alot of money to be spemding on players especially the price of signing good players now. Hughes is going to have to use his skills with this money cos he was good without mioney at blackburn lets see what he can do with money hopefully something good
dunne deal
18/06/2008 09:26:00
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i thought he said we can spend 100-200mill in the next two years. 30mill isnt a lot to spend on new players.
allwaysablue
18/06/2008 15:07:00
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30 million, 60 million, 100 million, 200 million...Where does everybody get these figures from. My understanding is that he will spend whatever it takes to make the Club a global force.
alphieblues
18/06/2008 19:55:00
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Don't like the idea of changing the club badge, is that rumour true? Arshavin, was he linked with City, I watched that game last night and I know it is only one game, but he looked good. The Jo deal sounds dodgy, glad Goofy dosen't want to come to city. Anything new regarding dunney?
Buzz Lightyear
19/06/2008 07:51:00
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The question on my mind is WTF is a 'cake and arse party'. Tommy please enlighten. The lads in Reddish need to know!
Ra-Ra-Roger
19/06/2008 08:25:00
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