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I Am The Real Robinho

British transfer record and Manchester City player Robinho has promised the fans there is plenty more to come from him, as he is loving life at Eastlands.

The 24-year-old Brazil international slated his old club Real Madrid and insisted he's looking forward to playing Champions League football with Manchester City.

"There's a much better atmosphere in Manchester City's dressing room than in Real Madrid's," Robinho told Marca. "Every day I feel more united to the group.'

"I want to do as well as possible this year and then play in the Champions League like I used to. I'm going to score as many goals as possible for Manchester City and look to show I'm worth the money they spent on me."

"The English fans will know who the real Robinho is within the next few weeks."


The following video shows Robinho scoring on his debut against Chelsea. The footage is of poor quality, but hey, it will do!






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 1 2008

Time: 9:48PM

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With a full strength City team I think he will be a sensation in the Premier League.
alphieblues
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01/10/2008 21:52:00

Robinho playing for City in the Champions League. Still have to pinch yourself sometimes ............
oliverblue
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01/10/2008 21:54:00

Tell me about it!! I feel giddy just thinking about it.
Tudor
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01/10/2008 21:56:00

wats d point?
gunnerchi
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02/10/2008 03:19:00

I'm looking forward to him linking up with Petrov......
lincolnblue
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02/10/2008 08:30:00

Yes, Lincolnblue. When we get our best forward line out-- Petrov, Robinho, Jo, SWP -- then we'll see some action!
Sindbad
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02/10/2008 09:00:00

anywbody know what team he will be playing out today will robinho start or we going to rest some of tha players ahead of the game against liverpool
dunne deal
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02/10/2008 11:26:00

I would add Ireland to that foward line, I apologise to Stebie I thought we had seen the best of him, buyt It looks like he is improving with the class we have brought into the squad
Buzz Lightyear
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02/10/2008 11:53:00

I dont expect that he will play a reduced side, but he may change personnel should we have the game sealed up early. I expect the same team that played at Wigan.
Buzz Lightyear
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02/10/2008 11:54:00

 

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