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The Bye Bye Manchester City X1

The Bye Bye Manchester City X1

Musings from Wswilly3

Players who have departed through the exit door, either permanently or on loan could in their own right form a team.

Apart from a really dodgy looking defence, you would quite fancy it to survive in the Premiership against the likes of the bottom teams. Yet another sign of progress when within one close season we can wave goodbye to 14 players and end up with a far, far stronger team on paper.

Here's the Bye Bye Manchester City Team:

HART
LOGAN MILLS BERTI BALL
VASSELL FERNANDES ELANO HAMANN
JO BOJINOV
Subs: STURRIDGE EVANS CACEIDO

Any views on how it would do?





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Writer:Wswilly3
Date:Thursday July 30 2009
Time: 9:12AM

Comments

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They would struggle, most definitely. If they didn't get relegated, they'd only finish 17th. However, you have created a paradox of monumental proportions: Berti is Berti for a reason, and by being in the 1st team and on the pitch, the Universe as we know it, would cease to exist.
BlueWolfie
30/07/2009 09:17:00
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Could replace Berti in the first team with youngster Curtis Obeng, who was so highly touted, but seems to have left the club?
StuMCFC
30/07/2009 09:24:00
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Fabulous in the Championship upto Christmas, when half of them were injured or suspended.
Buzz Lightyear
30/07/2009 09:40:00
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StuMCFC - I believe that Curtis Obeng impressed as a triallist for Oldham Athletic the other day.
Kevinho
30/07/2009 11:26:00
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Only 4 of them are out on loan and I suppose it is doubtful if any will come back. However, I think there may be unfinished business with Joe Hart...
Sindbad
30/07/2009 23:57:00
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i THINK HART AND lOGAN WILL RETURN BUT ONLY THE REST IF THEY ARE GREAT SUCCESSES
wswilly3
31/07/2009 00:08:00
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Joe Hart would be a busy boy!
oliverblue
01/08/2009 08:00:00
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Has anyone heard what has happened to Ball, Berti and Mills?
wswilly3
01/08/2009 12:11:00
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That team would finish a distant last in the Premiership!
Ghost of 76
01/08/2009 15:22:00
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