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Will It Be Cruz, Bridge Or Adebayor Out First?

Our last Vital Manchester City front page poll question asked...

Who will Leslie Hughes swoop for any day now?

Here is the result, in descending order.

Roque Santa Hughes - 34%
All Three Of Them - 30%
Wayne Bridge - 20%
Emmanuel Adebayor - 16%

I am led to believe all three have one year remaining on their contracts and at the same time they still earning vast salaries for doing 'not a lot'. Not bad when you consider not one of them will get into next seasons MCFC Premier League squad.

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How many new signings, if any will Mancini bring in before the transfer window closes?

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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 28 2012

Time: 9:16AM

Your Comments

It is a big issue for City to get rid of the Redundant Four in as economical way as possible and it is noticeable how quiet things have become on them. I thought we hired a guy from Blackburn to spearhead their sales ... Is John Williams still around?
Wswilly3
Most of them will just run down the clock, even if we give them away who will pay them even half of the wages they are on. Don't expect John Williams to bring us much joy. All contracts should be 3 years, with two year options.
johnkelv
They are still on your wage bill? lol
Sajit
Holy *****e you still have Santa Cruz? Thought he went ages ago...What a strange signing that was looking back for you lot, you now have Augero lol.
P.Avfc
Yes, we still have Sparkys love child, and who can blame him for running his contract down. We gave him the best contract he has ever had. Still wonder if Sparky got a bung for this deal.
johnkelv
 

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