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Poll: Do We The Fans Really Want Santa Cruz?

Poll: Do We The Fans Really Want Santa Cruz?


Reports in the media suggest Manchester City are preparing a fifth bid for Blackburn forward Roque Santa Cruz. The question is, do we, the fans really want him?

I have a feeling the answer is going to be an overwhelming NO, but of course I could be wrong. To cast your vote and see read what Vital Manchester City members are saying, click here.

The result will be published Thursday 11 June.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Wednesday June 10 2009
Time: 3:20PM

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As a pragmatist I say let MH sign who he wants, if it doesn't work out so what? Hardly counting the pennies are we?
jackblue
10/06/2009 15:47:00
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The old adage - look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves goes straight out of the window.
Tudor
10/06/2009 16:02:00
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Its obvious now why Hughes wanted Carrington improving, to increase the space for all the crocks he intended signing.
seac
10/06/2009 17:08:00
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If we don't get any of.. E'eto, Tevez, Lescott, Dzeko, K Toure, Y Toure, Luisao, Forlan, Maxi, Crouch, a fit Owen, Kevin Beattie, Adriano, Higuain, Alonzo, Sturridge... Fabiano, Rossi, Jed Clampett, Kevin Doyle, Tom Cobley or someone obscure and preferably related to Georgi Kinkladze or Yuri Gagarin, then I think we should offer about £7m. I'm not so sure that he knows whether he can score 7 in a season again. £1 million each.. cheap.. problem would be the waiting...
roy harper
10/06/2009 17:10:00
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LOL Roy. Yeah Crocky is right down the bottom the list. I applaud your choice of Yuri Gagarin... He's a real hero.
Sindbad
10/06/2009 18:33:00
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If he could only stay fit he'd be an excellent signing. We're not debating the quality of the player, just whether his glass knees will stand up to the rigours of a full premiership campaign. On past history that doesn't look too likely, so not really overly keen on signing him.
fifthcolumnblue
10/06/2009 20:30:00
0
After the season we have just had with injuries do we really want to add yet another for the new season....Surely there are better choices out there.
Doody
10/06/2009 20:51:00
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one trick poney, probably more your level of player, than the unrealistic tevez and eto thoughts tho.
willowavfc
10/06/2009 23:06:00
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willowavfc.....at least we are going for genuine stars unlike villa,we got the best player from a club the other day called gareth barry and now that team will fade because there team is full of jealous morons.
Mike Hunt
11/06/2009 00:05:00
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Santa cruz is injury prone and scored similar amount of goals to jo this season?!? With benjani, "the boj", bellamy, evans, sturridge all injury prone - city need top notch injury free strikers ONLY!
enzo city
11/06/2009 12:12:00
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