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Hatstand Napoli Chief Joins Anti-City Bandwaggon

Hatstand Napoli Chief Joins Anti-City Bandwaggon



Napoli's film producer chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis has decided to have a go at MCFC following his team's fine Champions League performance in Manchester...

The eccentric Alan Sugar lookalike who's attributed quotes down the years read like an A to Z of controversy has called for UEFA to speed up the process of bringing new financial rules in the wake of Napoli's 1-1 draw at The Etihad:

'Does Michel Platini want to make this financial fair play rule or not?. Is it going to be respected? In any case, I have fun challenging money wasters.

'People had said that City and their cousins United are the candidates to win the Premier League and it would be really hard for Napoli...it didn't go like this and if it weren't for a few errors, we could have won.'


As previously reported, City, on the look out for an incontrovertible CEO, have been handed a dreadful run of Premier League away fixtures after each Champions League commitment this year. It transpires that Napoli were dealt a bum hand themselves at the Serie A fixtures announcement this summer at the Lega Calcio headquarters. De Laurentiis went mental before bombing off via a backy on a passing scooter:

'I will quit football. You lot are all s**t! I will go back to making films. It's a disgrace everything is fixed and I am ashamed to be an Italian.'

Thanks for your input, Aurelio and see you again in November!








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Writer:Johnny Baguette VMC Newsdesk
Date:Saturday September 17 2011
Time: 9:58AM

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Comments

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I think if I started taking notice of every fool that had a pop at us then I'd end up losing it! You really needed to be at the game to see how superior we were. A few wrinkles to iron out then we'll be sweating aside teams like this with ease. Funny guy though!
RobsonGreensleeves
17/09/2011 11:15:00
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I think if I started taking notice of every fool that had a pop at us then I'd end up losing it! You really needed to be at the game to see how superior we were. A few wrinkles to iron out then we'll be sweating aside teams like this with ease. Funny guy though!
RobsonGreensleeves
17/09/2011 11:15:00
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Swatting!
RobsonGreensleeves
17/09/2011 11:19:00
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Swatting!
RobsonGreensleeves
17/09/2011 11:19:00
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The Napoli chief is absolutely right to be concernced about Man City, but unfortunately the UEFA fair play rules will not offer support to the smaller clubs. . With UEFA's financial fair play laws imminent, teams without the financial might of Man U or Man City will no longer be able to pump vast amounts of money into playing staff in the hope of Champions League reward (like Villa and Spurs have done in the past). Having to spend only what you can afford will mean the gap between those outside the top 4 and those receiving Champions League money will widen, causing a gulf that could have catastrophic effects on the Premier League. Read more about the devastating affects these laws could have on the Premier League at alex-keble.blogspot.com
alexkeble
17/09/2011 11:31:00
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The Napoli chief is absolutely right to be concernced about Man City, but unfortunately the UEFA fair play rules will not offer support to the smaller clubs. . With UEFA's financial fair play laws imminent, teams without the financial might of Man U or Man City will no longer be able to pump vast amounts of money into playing staff in the hope of Champions League reward (like Villa and Spurs have done in the past). Having to spend only what you can afford will mean the gap between those outside the top 4 and those receiving Champions League money will widen, causing a gulf that could have catastrophic effects on the Premier League. Read more about the devastating affects these laws could have on the Premier League at alex-keble.blogspot.com
alexkeble
17/09/2011 11:31:00
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Napoli spent approximately 50 million pounds in the transfer window so there would be hypocrisy... EXCEPT it is being claimed by some Italian speaking people that he actually called City "money spenders" and praised the club and stadium, but that the parasitical English media with their blatent anti-City press mob have slyly changed the wording to suit their obscene agenda.
StuMCFC
17/09/2011 11:41:00
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Napoli spent approximately 50 million pounds in the transfer window so there would be hypocrisy... EXCEPT it is being claimed by some Italian speaking people that he actually called City "money spenders" and praised the club and stadium, but that the parasitical English media with their blatent anti-City press mob have slyly changed the wording to suit their obscene agenda.
StuMCFC
17/09/2011 11:41:00
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