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Why The Hell Did City Buy Robinho?

Why The Hell Did City Buy Robinho?

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In the summer of 2008, Manchester City paid £32.5million for Brazilian ace, Robinho, but why?

Perhaps the following video might answer a few questions.

Chelsea fans should get their tissues out, watch and then weep!



Do you have an opinion. If you do then please leave a message in the comments section directly below this article, or perhaps visit our City Chat forum.



Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday February 7 2009
Time: 7:55PM

Comments

0
Robinho is a delight to watch and works hard even when things arnt going his way. He is the reason young boys and girls will grow up supporting Manchester City.
eighthsin
07/02/2009 20:15:00
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Yes but where was he today?
mcfcthriller
07/02/2009 20:18:00
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He was on the pitch playing football. He wasn't on fire no, but can you really expect him to be amazing in every single game? Like I said, he works hard even when things arnt going his way and he can hold his head up high even after an off day because he moves defenders out of position to double mark him and when he is given space, he will punish opposition. To be honest, I have nothing bad to say about him. He is the beginning of a new era at City, the first of the stars that will light up the sky blue sky.
eighthsin
07/02/2009 21:12:00
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I wouldnt care if he was in Brazil with Ronaldo and three transvestites after watching that video of him! When was the last time we had compilations of amazing football to upload on the internet!?
eighthsin
07/02/2009 21:13:00
0
Poetry in motion and makes football worth watching ....today was his day off.
Doody
07/02/2009 22:08:00
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They bought Robinho so you as so called Jounos can write sensational articles like this to boost you website visits. The amazing thing is that you have become editor when you hijacked the site when Phil and me were already here and we know more about City than you have forgotten and could make this a great CREDIBLE site - unlike the mainly dross that it has become.
Gavin Cooper
07/02/2009 22:50:00
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he had a bad day today and im sure he will be the first to admit that.id love to see robhino wityh us in ten years time.......prove all the naysayers wrong.
mcfcirish
07/02/2009 23:26:00
0
Because he's brilliant!!!! When was the last time a City player got into double figures in the premier league? Bring back Jo!
romancity
08/02/2009 00:14:00
0
Have always been a huge fan of Rob's, have to admit that even when he has a fairly quiet one (still could have had two goals today!) his work rate is quite phenomenal for a forward. Don't think I've seen a forward do so much to close opponents down or track back since Goater and (Bellamy looks to be the same in this respect). Think the press often overlook Rob's overall contribution to the team which is why some fans get on his back.
fifthcolumnblue
08/02/2009 09:01:00
0
GC. A touch of bitternness there and whilst you were here although your knowledge of City may be greater than the Editor, his drive and enthusiasm and input into the various topics, to spread the word regarding the site, to get City fans to discuss any City matter no matter how trivial or sensational, but dross never.Phil is still here and his contributions to the site have been excellent and I hope that will continue for a long time.
Buzz Lightyear
08/02/2009 09:44:00
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