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Writer:Tudor
Date:Tuesday October 6 2009
Time: 11:18PM

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Here is my two penneth worth. Is he our best player? - No Is he still our most high profile player? - Yes Is he a team player? - Nope Is he our most exciting player to watch? - Possibly
Tudor
07/10/2009 00:28:00
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Yes. I would. but its mainly what you mean by 'moved on', do you mean as in moving to another team, because of the manager or because of wanting to play, w/e.
DragonAndLance
07/10/2009 01:33:00
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Yes i would be unhappy if he moved on - he was the start of this new beginning and i just hope he can return and show us all what we've been missing
Thaibluefan
07/10/2009 02:28:00
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Yes
MCFC_Goatboy
07/10/2009 05:13:00
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Robinho gives us that extra spark which no other team in the PL posesses. We have done very well without him, but with him- we will be unstoppable. We need options like him to change the course of games.
eighthsin
07/10/2009 07:17:00
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i would be GUTTED if he moved on but i hope he comes back from injury and gets in the team because when he does he will show what class he is playing with much better players than he did last season.
bluemooner_mcfc
07/10/2009 14:19:00
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Cit shouldnt be short sighted - when bellamy gets injured or loses form, who better to replace him. With a long hard season, why on earth would we want to hurt our chances of winning a throphy or reaching top4. Unlike all the teams in the premiership - WE DONT HAVE TO SELL ANYONE! With our funds we can buy 10 robinhos. Barcelona couldnt EVER offer a bid to tempt city. Robinho is quality, when on form - no city player can touch him. Id pay to watch because i am guaranted entertainment. If hughes decides to sell him in the summer and replace him with silva or ribery. Then ok. If we want to be a big club, we need big players - simple.
enzo city
07/10/2009 16:32:00
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we're doing good without Robinho, but he does give us something else and at times is enjoyable to watch
arthur7171
07/10/2009 22:40:00
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robhino is a joy to watch on his day.i havent a clue where all this talk of him up'ing and leaving has come from.he gets massive wages and onces hes fit,he'l probably start nearly every home game.
mcfcirish
08/10/2009 16:03:00
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