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MCFC Academy Knowledge Share In Abu Dhabi



The National in Abu Dhabi has tonight revealed that City and the Abu Dhabi Sports Council are to work together in the future assisting the UAE capital's football clubs...

The Blues Academy is the envy of English Football and that fact will have not gone un-noticed by His Highness Sheikh Mansour and Blues Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak as they settled into their respective roles with the club.

It turns out that the Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC) already has collaborations in place with Inter Milan and Valencia. To see City's name in the mix alongside those clubs in this work will generate great pride throughout SportCity.

City will mastermind training camps and football workshops as part of the three year deal.

City fans continue to pinch themselves at these developments considering where we were 10 years ago, 'down among the dead men' in the third tier of our national sport.

The ADSC link up gives us all a reminder that life with Manchester City will never be the same again!

VMC Link: The National - Newspaper of Abu Dhabi

VMC City Video Link: Abu Dhabi Day One

In Other Tour News:

City have signed a three year telecommunications deal with Etisalat, top Middle Eastern Telecoms service provider. And no, our regular rag visitors, it doesn't mean "Red" or other such nonsense...

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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 10 2009

Time: 9:15PM

Your Comments

I just hope that we don't get saddled with signing players from the UAE for the sake of it, just like when Thaksin made us sign those 3 Thai's who were never going to make the grade or get a work permit for that matter. I'm all for signing players from anywhere as long as they're good enough.
Kevinho
That 7 star hotel looks something else on the video link! The faces on some of City's Academy lads. lol!
Johnny Baguette
 

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