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The Eastlands Exit Door Swings Open



Manchester City continues to pulsate with activity and all the talk of new players temporarily turns to the first departures in the squad rebuilding process...

There are not many surprises here and it's highly likely that others will follow as clubs come in to sign those who have become, or are likely to become fringe players.

The most unfortunate departure will be that of the 19 year old and far from established Daniel Sturridge whose exorbitant wage demands would not be met by the club.

Most stunning will be that of Danny Mills. The betting is now open as to who will be wearing Moonchester's costume in his place next season...

Taxi's for...

First Team Squad members:

Danny Mills
Didi Hamman
Darius Vassell
Daniel Sturridge
Michael Ball
Glauber Berti
Richard Martin ('keeper)

Junior Players:

Matthew Brown
Ian Daly
Gregor Hartley
Ben Morris
Curtis Obeng
Chris Ramsey
Angelos Tsiaklis.

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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 1 2009

Time: 8:04PM

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It had to happen. The side has been carrying the type of players we needed three seasons ago, but have now outgrown. City is on the up now and the likes of Robinho, Tevez and Eto'o don't share training grounds with players who are past their best.
Sindbad
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01/07/2009 20:19:00

Berti? Onde você está?
BlueWolfie
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01/07/2009 20:38:00

it was all expected to be honest, alot of youngsters too but time for them to move on to pastures new and make room for next gen
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02/07/2009 19:39:00

 

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