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Robinho's Return?

Brazilian superstar Robinho's current loan deal with club side Santos runs out within the next couple of months, but then what?

Will he remain in Brazil?

Will he return to Manchester City?

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 22 2010

Time: 9:37PM

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He'd make a good organ donor, what with all that clean living and fitness work.
fifthcolumnblue
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22/04/2010 22:00:00

If he could get an attitude transplant i'd have him back, otherwise he can do one!
bluedub
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22/04/2010 22:05:00

If the club sell him how much do you think he's worth. 5m, 10m?
Tudor
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22/04/2010 22:13:00

He did fantastic in his first season to be fair. And its this season hes done dodgy :/. It would depend on who we would get in the summer to be honest. Hes a striker/ left mid, so as it stands (without Petrov because hes out imo) I'd have him back for cover and he has the skill when on form ... but if we buy another player "like" him ... or not like him but can slot there :P Id send him to Milton keynes :P
Bundo
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22/04/2010 22:30:00

He has to come back, but hope he has a great World Cup. Dont think he wants to play for us, so off to Spain would be best for all.
johnkelv
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22/04/2010 22:41:00

He frustrates me hugely but i really would like to see him come back and be successful because watching him at the beginning of last season was magical at times. If we get into the CL he'll begging us to keep him. I'd give him ONE more chance
Scragg
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22/04/2010 22:53:00

Spurs fan here, I think he's a petulant little p**ck who shows disrespect wearing your shirt. You're better off without him, no player is bigger than the club, you're better than him!
bernio3000
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23/04/2010 03:31:00

agree Bernio, Robinho if he does come back will have to show some sort of committment, a lot more than he showed in his last few games. An incredible talent but wasted.
Buzz Lightyear
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23/04/2010 09:32:00

No more chances, he's a bad egg, get rid.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
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23/04/2010 09:50:00

Talented player, but his attitude stinks. I hope he has good world cup so we can sell him for 15-20mill.
Super City Slicker
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23/04/2010 13:11:00

I'd love it for him to come back but every time i've seen him play this season he lost the ball everytime he got it. He was brilliant with elano against hamburg but we can't keep him just incase he decides to show up every other 10 games.
given_is_ironman
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23/04/2010 13:33:00

 

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