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Now that Manchester City has captured the signing of Wayne Bridge, whom do you think Mark Hughes will sign up next?

No doubt, there will be some very interesting names banded about, so come on, choose which player you think City will sign next and lets see if you get it right.

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Date:Friday January 2 2009

Time: 6:20PM

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I think you've got the wrong piccie guys or delusions of grandeur!
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02/01/2009 18:48:00

Lampard is too old and too slow. Diego next guys.
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02/01/2009 18:52:00

I know.. Stay off Frank!! :D
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02/01/2009 18:54:00

I added Frank Lampards picky just to wind up you Chelsea fans. Looks like it worked!
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02/01/2009 18:54:00

Lampard is too old and slow????!!!! Wow man, I take it you dont watch Chelsea matches!!! His game aint based on speed, and he's just turned 30!! He is one of the finest midfielders in the world, and you will be deluding yourself if you dont agree!
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02/01/2009 18:56:00

i think the next one in will be someone we havent been linked in the press with yet,bu tfailing that ill settle for either buffon,kaka, or maybe even cannavaro!!!! however if its bellamy i might not be so happy!
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02/01/2009 18:57:00

there's a player with a quality you will never have in citeh! enjoy the picture :)
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02/01/2009 18:58:00

Come on then you lot, click on the link and vote.
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02/01/2009 19:01:00

Maybe someone will be snapped up in a major surprise, but of course it won't be Lampard. He's not a patch on De Rossi or Kaka anyway. The Press seems convinced it'll be Santa Cruz next -- but if the price is now £20M, I'd rather we went for Michael Owen.
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02/01/2009 19:04:00

RSC is not worth £20million, however Samuel Eto'o is worth every penny at £50m (ish).
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02/01/2009 19:07:00

Michael Owen & shay Given double.
Buzz Lightyear
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02/01/2009 19:56:00

when did we actually sign Bridge? knowing City anything can happen from now and when he signs on that dotted line? my bets is failing a medical.
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02/01/2009 19:57:00

It is not a done deal yet. Although our bid has been accepted it is now up to the player to agree terms and pass a medical in time to be unveiled before the match tomorrow.
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02/01/2009 20:12:00

david villa, toure and marcos senna are man citys targets hopefully u dont get any of them as u dont deserve them if we know they go to man city we know there money grabbers
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02/01/2009 21:42:00

If you'll do any better than getting the bench players of top teams (Bridge, SWP) I'd be thoroughly surprised. Say you capture eleven of "not-quite good enough, but still good"'s reasonable you'll escape the relegation zone and finish a healthy ninth place this season! Oh, I'm just kidding. Relax, relax. But seriously, you won't capture any top players in January.
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02/01/2009 23:06:00

RadioactiveD - Time will tell. 30 days and counting left. I hope for De Rossi or Cambiasso in midfield- Kaka would do nicely too! I hope for Villa, Eto'o (but not at the 60m quoted), Adriano or Podolski.
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03/01/2009 00:54:00

well it could be absolutely anybody........and I still think there will be one or two that havent been linked with us........
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03/01/2009 07:57:00

Lets put it this way you can have Defoe for 50mil...Ok?...Ok 60 then!...Look 70mil and not a penny less!!!
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03/01/2009 13:38:00

Get used to it lads, we'll ALL be upping the Ante when City come knocking, and you mugs will have to pay it!
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03/01/2009 13:40:00

eighthsin: being hopeful is fine. but being realistic deflects the disappointment you may feel when you don't sign the very players you mentioned. why would they come to man city? or better yet, why would they leave roma, inter, milan, etc, for a club aspiring for big things when they're already at clubs accomplishing big things? that's sort of how i look at it. podolski is the only player who would make any sense, but if you know his personal situation, he's sentimentally attached to FC Koln, a club that basically worships him. plus, i believe that's where his family live. he'll return there now that they're firmly in the bundesliga.
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03/01/2009 15:03:00


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