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City to unveil new striker ?

City to unveil new striker ?

Some news sources are reporting that City have landed Valencia striker Bernado Corradi (30) on a two-year deal with a reported fee in the region of £1m for the ex-Italian international.

This rumoured signing suggests Psycho is determined to build a strong squad to avoid a repeat of last season when the depth of the squad ( or lack of it), was apparent to all and the cause of City's dire end-of-season run in.

If the rumour is true, City will now have five strikers fighting for two places ( Cole, Samaras, Vassell, Dickov and now Corradi). However, it is possible that Vass and Dickov could play as attacking midfielders just sitting behind the strikers; an option that probably suits both their styles of play.

With rising Academy stars Sturridge and Etuhu also pressing for first team inclusion, it looks like Psycho might be spoiled for choice - now wouldn't that be a great problem to have for a change.

However, with rumours persisting about Distin and Richards, do we really need another striker right at the moment or should we be looking to strengthen the midfield and defence in the likely event of an imminent departure?






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Date:Monday July 17 2006
Time: 10:19PM

Comments

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well done city nice to see some teams buying good
cj_bcfc
18/07/2006 00:08:00
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You can never have too many strikers....just ask Liverpool !!!
alphieblues
18/07/2006 07:13:00
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....and Sven for that matter ....
alphieblues
18/07/2006 07:14:00
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why are man city only signing mediocre players? i really hope they do well this year, but they need to be looking at better players if they are to improve on last season.
elmo85
18/07/2006 08:40:00
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" will be an asset to you, but hes knocking on a little"
millers4eva
18/07/2006 09:22:00
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PLEASE take SWP back!
USA
24/07/2006 02:38:00
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