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Colin Bell Voted All Time Favourite City Player

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Last week we at Vital Manchester City asked fans the following question:

Who is your all time favourite City player?

Result
1st -Colin Bell
2nd - Georgi Kinkladze
3rd - Niall Quinn
4th - Shaun Goater

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Colin Bell Profile

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Manchester City v Derby County. November 1970. Living legend Colin Bell scores for City.



On a similar theme, we have decided to ask Blues the following question:

Who is the GREATEST Man City player - Ever!

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 18 2008

Time: 3:36PM

Your Comments

All diehard Blues. If only Kinky had played in a better side. The one we have right now for starters.
Johnny Baguette
Yes, Johnny Baguette, Georgi Kinkladze played in a team with serious problems and little hope -- yet he still produced football at its brightest. If We had a midfielder like him now... You know, Modric who is one of the hottest midfield properties isn't a patch on what Kinki was. Some of his solo runs are amongst the best football ever seen.
Sindbad
Tudor, can you please put some Kinkladze compilations onto the site so that everyone can remember how incandescent the little Georgian actually was? His legs were as good as Maradona, his heart was as strong as an ox and he could shoot like the devil!
Sindbad
I wonder if Johnson will ever become anywhere near as good as Bell was........
lincolnblue
That's what we are all hoping for lincolnblue. I'm sure he aspires to that, but it takes time for a young player to find his place. Johnno is ambitious enough and needs time to develop the skills, but as far natural talent the future looks good. He won't become a new Colin Bell, but if he can learn from Colin's commitment and work rate he'll become a great Michael Johnson!
Sindbad
i would have loved to have seen him play but sadly i am too young so for me the king was kinkladze.
bluemooner_mcfc
 

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