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Thread: Barcelona banned from registering new signings including Lewandowski

  1. #21

    Re: Barcelona banned from registering new signings including Lewandowski

    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    From the buying clubs. They’ve obviously sailed close to the wind but their dealings have been very astute with a much needed power shift, not just in Manchester but in the Premier League. Man Utd being knocked off their perch has pleased many fans as does their pipping of Liverpool.

    Aside from football, whether this has a bearing on FFP I don’t know, they poured millions into regenerating the Eastlands area of Manchester. Creating many new jobs which can never be a bad thing. They are much more community savvy than a few of the other big guns. Hang on, not just big guns, they are more tuned into their local area than we are unfortunately.
    You mis-interpreted my question probably my fault.
    The 143 million they received didn't come from any home grown product being sold so they would have shelled out millions to get them in the first place.

  2. #22

    Re: Barcelona banned from registering new signings including Lewandowski

    Quote Originally Posted by insider View Post
    You mis-interpreted my question probably my fault.
    The 143 million they received didn't come from any home grown product being sold so they would have shelled out millions to get them in the first place.
    Ya bugger you just sent me on a mission, quite interesting though. Here’s the profit and loss stats on the players Man City’s recent departures. None of them home grown granted;

    Player. Bought For. Sold For
    Sterling. 49m. 50.58m
    Jesus. 27m. 46.98m
    Zinchenko. 1.7m. 31.50m
    Porro. 11m. 7.65m
    Itakaru. 630 thousand. 4.5m
    Muric. Free. 2.7m
    Total 89.33. 143.91

    They’re like a dodgy landlord buying dodgy houses, tarting them up, then selling them on. The Matondo deal is another case of them cashing in. But as for home grown talent, unearthing Foden & Palmer stands out.

  3. #23

    Re: Barcelona banned from registering new signings including Lewandowski

    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    Ya bugger you just sent me on a mission, quite interesting though. Here’s the profit and loss stats on the players Man City’s recent departures. None of them home grown granted;

    Player. Bought For. Sold For
    Sterling. 49m. 50.58m
    Jesus. 27m. 46.98m
    Zinchenko. 1.7m. 31.50m
    Porro. 11m. 7.65m
    Itakaru. 630 thousand. 4.5m
    Muric. Free. 2.7m
    Total 89.33. 143.91

    They’re like a dodgy landlord buying dodgy houses, tarting them up, then selling them on. The Matondo deal is another case of them cashing in. But as for home grown talent, unearthing Foden & Palmer stands out.
    https://www.footballinsider247.com/m...versial-claim/

    At the very top there's just bigger back handers to keep people's mouth shut.
    Corruption of the highest level.
    The reason Man city are at the top is money.
    It makes the whole football world an absolute farce.
    Just watch Newcastle next.

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