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Sven Agrees in Principle!

Sven Agrees in Principle!

Sky Sports News has reported that Sven Goran Eriksson has agreed, in principle, to become the next manager of Manchester City.

It is reported that a three year deal has been agreed but that no official anouncement will be made until Thaksin Shinawatra acquires 75% of the club's shares although that figure should be arrived at in the next few days.

Various news sources were this morning reporting that Sven will bring Swedish assistant manager Roland Andersson with him as his number 2.

Andersson has confirmed he has been approached.

If there are no last minute slip ups it looks like the summer saga is now over and the time has finally arrived to recruit quality players.

I wish Sven well and hope he has every success with Manchester City.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Andy Leggott
Date:Tuesday June 26 2007
Time: 12:07PM

Comments

0
Its a shame, I always liked City, now you have a mercenary manager with no emotion, and a dodgy thai money man, good luck guys but for me its a sad day.
Eddie01
26/06/2007 14:17:00
0
Agrees in principle ..lol, the swede aint got any (principles)
VanMan
26/06/2007 14:29:00
0
i feel for you. Right dodgy combo
Jacky B
27/06/2007 11:22:00
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Ouch...some asian fraudster and Eriksson...u lot must be *****ting yourselves..doomed relegation
dazspurs
01/07/2007 13:12:00
0
good for ManCity,good luck
Babeasta
09/07/2007 13:48:00
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