Rich Arabs Might Not Be So Rich After All
Google language translator
The world's credit crunch has finally caught up with the Arab Nations, but will this effect Manchester City Football Club?
www.arabianbusiness.com is reporting a financial meltdown regarding the 50 richest Arabs with an estimated $25 billion being lost between them. And with City's owners coming from that neck of the woods, how will these mind blowing figures effect January's transfer window?
There are more questions than answers, however one of the most over riding questions must be, will ADUG slash Mark Hughes estimated £100 million transfer kitty?
If you have an opinion please feel to leave your comment directly below this article, or click here and visit our forums.
Login to post a comment
Best of International Vital
Barca - And Barcelona`s Plan B Is?
Best of Vital Network
Vital Boxing - Frampton Splits from Cyclone Promotions
Vital Boxing - Whyte Wins on US Debut
Recent Manchester City Articles
Bobby Madley Takes Charge Of Man City v Everton
The Premier League has appointed 31-year-old Bobby Madley as tonight's match referee between Manchester City and Everton.
Manchester City v Everton Match Preview
City return to League action on Monday evening when they face Everton in the first home fixture of the campaign.
Pulis: 'Make Us An Acceptable Offer & You Can Have Him'
During today's press conference, ahead of their weekend trip to Burnley, West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis said the club had rejected a £18m bid by Manchester City..
Manchester City v Everton Live Streams & Global TV Coverage
Time to forget the nonsensical warm-weather match against Girona FC on Tuesday, now Pep and the lads can up the gears somewhat when we face Everton at the Etihad on Monday.
Archived VMC Articles
Current Poll (see more polls)
Recent Manchester City Results (view all)
Breaking League News
Vital Members League Table