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David Silva's Sensational Season 2010/11

Exactly 12 months ago Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini set about recruiting the additions required for City to challenge in the UEFA Champions League and also the Premier League. David Silva, one of the new and world beating Spanish internationals was identified as being the player who could significantly strengthen the team and was signed from Valencia.

Having snubbed Real Madrid and Chelsea the 25-year-old began a new chapter at Eastlands. He formed a unique partnership with Captain Fantastic, Carlos Tevez and almost immediately the partnership became one of the most deadliest in the Premier League.



Silva is sure to continue to be popular with the City faithful. He adds style and skill to the industrial City midfield and I am sure this season he'll surpass the previous campaign and given time he'll no doubt become a City legend.




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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday June 25 2011

Time: 11:13AM

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Oh, but he's far too small and will never be able to settle into the physical nature of the Premier League - undoubtedly he'll hateManchester and want to go back to Spain as well.
fifthcolumnblue
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25/06/2011 12:24:00

An absolute pleasure to watch with the ball at his feet. He personifies why we call football the beautiful game.
Bluedub
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25/06/2011 12:42:00

"Oh, but he's far too small and will never be able to settle into the physical nature of the Premier League" - Didn't you say those exact words about Hernandez when we signed him fcb?
TheFamousNo7
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25/06/2011 15:26:00

Possibly the best playmaker in the world besides Barcelona's crew. Watched him a few weeks ago for Spain against the USA and he just ripped them apart with stunning ease.
StuMCFC
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25/06/2011 16:27:00

Silva is a class act.
Johnny Baguette
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28/06/2011 06:44:00

 

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