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Lamborghini Out Of Storage, Robinho's Back In Town

Lamborghini Out Of Storage, Robinho's Back In Town

Manchester City appear to be giving Robinho another chance to shine in the Premier League.

In an effort to make the 26-year-old feel at home the club has reportedly brought his Lamborghini car out of storage, extended the lease on his house in Cheshire and arranged private day care for his child.



25-Man Squad

The £32.5million record signing has already been included in Roberto Mancini's Europa League squad and now it's thought the City boss is going to name the Brazilian in his Premier League 25-man team.

The only thing missing is a red carpet at Carrington, a heated toilet seat and a truck load of women to service his every need.

Welcome back Robbie!





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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday August 16 2010
Time: 3:43PM

Comments

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In a ideal world robinho would be a model professional and display the world class skills he has for city. But we dont live in a perfect world do we. If only... Atleast jo is fighting hard now and doing well. Maybe he can encourage robbie to do the same.
Super City Slicker
16/08/2010 15:53:00
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On the surface good news and if he starts in the drssing room Viera can down him. Its obviously why Mancini kept Viera - the enforcer - and got rid of Bellemy the rebel.
wswilly3
16/08/2010 16:11:00
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Could anyone tell me whats going on at City.Established players going out,estranged players coming back in.I haven't got a forking clue.
Spud 1
16/08/2010 16:13:00
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Spud 1 I like many of us simply can't answer your questions. I suppose we'll be kept in the dark and treated like mushrooms until someone from the club comes out and tells us. In the meantime I'm off to put a pair of underpants over my head, stuff to pencils up my nose and walk around saying, WIBBLE.
Tudor
16/08/2010 16:17:00
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Time to knuckle down and create his own history, no longer living on his reputation... @Spud 1 Bellamy - gob*****e Onouha - gob*****e Ireland - gone *****e
HeavyRiffs
16/08/2010 16:21:00
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It will inevitably take a few weeks to entangle - given the World Cup, friendly internationals etc but Mancini has seen it all before.
wswilly3
16/08/2010 16:24:00
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Don't you suspect it might be bad man mangement by Mancini.It cant be that half the original team have suddenly become this way.
Spud 1
16/08/2010 16:25:00
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Spud1 - they weren't his signings and as you saw in your 1-0 win they weren't good enough when it counted. We are aiming for the top and needed to make changes.
wswilly3
16/08/2010 16:34:00
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Despite all our signings, we're still disturbingly low on creative maestros. If Silva breaks his leg, what do we do, especially with Superman on the way out? That is where Robinho could be useful, roaming freely behind the strikers. Robinho was the first hero of our new era and while he has shown typical mercenary traits, giving him another chance may be a great thing for all of us. At least see how he goes until January then sell him then if things are still poor.
StuMCFC
16/08/2010 16:40:00
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Willy ,I,m a City fan.I think I had my nickname long before Spurs.
Spud 1
16/08/2010 16:51:00
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