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Is Captain Carlos Really On The Move?

Kyle Lees sent Vital Manchester City the following:

Well, this week there has been even more speculation regarding Captain 'Fantastic` Carlos Tevez and his future at MCFC. The latest, as you're probably already aware is Inter Milan readying a £40m bid having already held talks with his agent.

Personally I don't think this is true as Sheik Mansour will surely want to DOUBLE the money he spent on Carlos! I also think the world of a certain Mr Balotelli, due to his capability to generate a goal out of nothing (Fulham and Villa prime examples) is certain. Therefore that means one striker slot is fitted. So now on to the one that would be left vacant should Carlos leave?

I think Bobby Manc should start blooding Guidetti and Tchuimeni-Nimely into the squad because they really are an asset to the club. In addition, they would help fill our quota of home-grown players.

Other strikers that should depart Eastlands shores should, in my humble opinion should be Jó, Santa Cruz and Caicedo. We should plan a world record attempt for none other than Lionel Messi and maybe even get another tall striker in with a cheeky bid for Fernando Lorene - he looks awesome leading the front line.

Just so you all realise I haven't lost the plot, I appreciate I've left Edin Dzeko out of the equation but as you all know he is tied down and has said on numerous occasions he wants to help the Blues to trophy success - so I wish him all the luck in becoming a future City legend and trophy winner we need!

Oh, and before I forget, please Roberto, I'm begging you to give Craig Bellamy another shot at the City of Manchester Stadium.



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Writer: Kyle Lees Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 9 2011

Time: 8:54PM

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Who knows, and at the moment who cares? Suspect this is just press bollogks designed to distract us, as per usual. Despite him withdrawing his transfer request he's looked distracted of late (possibly due to the return of his children to Argentina), and not really helping the cause anyway.
fifthcolumnblue
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09/03/2011 20:59:00

As long as we can get more than we paid for him, I won't be too upset about him leaving. Silva, Dzeko, Balotelli, de Jong, Kompany, Richards, etc. all want to be here and deserve to be with players who want to do the same. If that's not Carlos, then so be it.
PhillyBlueMoon
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09/03/2011 21:09:00

Carlos has done well for us and we will miss his goals, but if he wants to go this summer then we should cash in. We can always buy more players, if we have to.
johnkelv
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10/03/2011 01:02:00

If he goes, we don't even need to look for a direct replacement, instead using the extra spot to buy a provider, be it a winger (Alexis Sanchez) or inventive midfielder (Wesley Sneijder) or both. Balotelli and Dzeko have the potential to bag 30 goals EACH a season if they get proper service. Silva seems to be the only one capable of regularly creating goalscoring opportunities though. Well, Johnson can do when fit but not quite as effectively as Silva yet.
StuMCFC
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10/03/2011 01:35:00

Personally I don't care if he goes in summer so long as we can hang onto Silva ....if 40 mil is on the cards I hope we can immediately reinvest it.
Doody
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10/03/2011 06:39:00

He can go. The constant speculation is tiring. I want players who love the club to be wearing the shirt. I only really care about Hart, Kompany, De Jong, Kolo, Zaba, Micah, both Johnsons, Silva and the youth players. The rest just give the impression they're there for the money. I'd love to see vladimir weiss come back and have an impact. He cares about the club.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
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10/03/2011 17:07:00

 

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