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Adam Johnson Joins City Revolution

Manchester City FC are delighted to confirm the signing of 22-year-old Adam Johnson.

Johnson signed from Middlesbrough just before the 5pm deadline on a four-and-a-half deal and will wear the number 11 shirt.

Johnson came on the scene aged 12 and has been at Boro for 10 years. He is a left winger who is capable of playing on the right wing known for his dribbling skills and free kicks.


Official announcement courtesy of MCFC

'The Club is delighted to announce that Adam Johnson has joined us from Middlesbrough for an undisclosed fee after agreeing terms and passing a medical this afternoon.'

'The former England Under-21 winger, who has signed a contract until June 2014, steps straight into Roberto Mancini's squad against Hull on Saturday. He will wear the traditional No.11.'

'Manager Roberto Mancini said: 'We are delighted that Adam has chosen to come here. He is a very good player with fantastic potential, and as a club we are always keen to sign British talent.'

Welcome to the City revolution Adam.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 1 2010

Time: 6:17PM

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Great signing.
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01/02/2010 18:32:00

Really impressed when he's played for the U21's, got a proper engine in him, skilfull, not afraid to get stuck in. Best signing of this window by far, Welcome to Manchester Adam!
It's Grim Oop North
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01/02/2010 18:43:00

The Boy looks delighted!
Johnny Baguette
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01/02/2010 18:53:00

Hopefully something with his desire to play for the club, showing his delight, will help the battle continue
Once a Blue
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01/02/2010 19:06:00

I'm chuffed. He's a good young prospect with a great work-ethic. A short term cover for Robi (hopefully) and a long term replacement for rigsby.
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01/02/2010 19:24:00

Best signing of the window - that doesn't say much for this window does it?
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01/02/2010 19:26:00

Remind us who Chelsea signed then Merlin
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01/02/2010 21:30:00

Class player
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01/02/2010 22:16:00

saw the interview on the OS site and the lad seems very grounded - he can also play both left and right wing which is fantastic aswell as fitting in with the new ruling next season.
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01/02/2010 23:31:00

Hes a good prospect. I hope he starts against hull.
Super City Slicker
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02/02/2010 00:31:00

Good young player, but not the established type you've been signing lately. Must say I'm a little surprised. I predict he'll be at a smaller club within two years. He doesn't suit your ambitions.
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02/02/2010 01:42:00

I'm happy with this signing - young, English and great potential.
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02/02/2010 02:07:00

a waste of talent going to your shower dont think he will get a game
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02/02/2010 09:47:00

Johnson will get a game because bellamy plays every other match, petrov is inconsistant, swp id badly out of form. Johnson can play either flank, has a dynamic style and hes defensively good - unlike swp and petrov. The kid will shine in the near future. City cant sign superstars all the time. We need youth for the future and johnson is very talented. In my opinion hes a miles better dribbler than bellamy, swp, petrov. City and robinho both know the brasilian will be sold in the summer. Dont be fooled.
Super City Slicker
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02/02/2010 12:14:00

thanks radders,wont the sun be wondering why your writing on here?
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02/02/2010 12:26:00

Radders - would you prefer he stayed at Boro, struggling in mid table in the Championship? no waste of talent there eh?
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02/02/2010 12:49:00

The people saying he won't get a game at City are the same sort who believe we have 15 strikers (when recently we struggled at times to have one decent striker available). With Petrov on the outs (contract expiring, no mention of a new one), that would leave us with one left winger (Johnson) and three right wingers (SWP, Weiss, Johnson again) barring new signings. Yeah, Johnson has no chance. :P
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02/02/2010 13:30:00

you have to many attackers in your squad which isn't as good as villas and you haven't got as good midfield as villa and you defence is poor and I'll give you credit for given.
Avfc94 we do
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02/02/2010 21:11:00

Avfc94 we do - If Villa are so much better why are they a point behind City having played a game more?
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02/02/2010 23:29:00

Better than going to Everton radders.
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03/02/2010 10:11:00

I wouldnt swap any of city players for villa'a run-all-day-no-skill type players. They can keep their long ball tactics aswell.
Super City Slicker
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04/02/2010 15:37:00

That Dunny is okay though LOL
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04/02/2010 17:09:00

Is he actually any good then?
Will he get any games this season for you lot?
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05/02/2010 00:30:00


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