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Post by Topdawg on Mon Feb 06, 2017 4:22 pm

http://www.itv.com/news/2017-02-06/man-city-striker-aguero-in-talks-over-psg-move/

ITV say the DM say that City have already had talks with PSG to sell them Aguero this summer.

If this isn't true, then we should sue the pants of everyone who copies this lie.

But we won't. I just know we won't. Not even if it is actually untrue.


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Post by blueboy on Mon Feb 06, 2017 4:47 pm

Amazing....I've just gone through the DM and can't find that story anywhere. Razz

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Post by Topdawg on Mon Feb 06, 2017 4:52 pm

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-4196198/Sergio-Aguero-eyed-PSG-Man-City-striker-talks-future.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490

This is the nearest I can find to it. But it says that Kluivert has had talks with the PSG board about Aguero, not with our board.

But there seems to be a few papers running with the Aguero to PSG this summer story saying we are in talks with them.

Someone has got this badly wrong and it's so easy for the player's agent to misunderstand this and think there's no smoke without fire.
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Post by shakencity on Mon Feb 06, 2017 4:52 pm

Wtf would he want to go to France? Rolling Eyes

This is a complete non-starter.
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Post by Topdawg on Mon Feb 06, 2017 5:18 pm

I agree Den. That's why I think it's mistaken or just made up. We shouldn't allow it as this can do easily unsettle the player
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Post by ManCityMan on Mon Feb 06, 2017 7:03 pm

It would be insane for us to sell Kun, we have been trying to sign a quality striker to support him as we relied on him too heavily. We finally sign one, only to sell Kun and place Jesus under the same pressure at just 19 years old? Apart from which, the player and the club have both stated that he is staying and an essential part of the team.
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Post by blueboy on Tue Feb 07, 2017 8:21 am

Wow...he's a sub for 2 games, 2 bloody games, and all of a sudden he's the target of PSG, Real Madrid, Chelsea etc etc....so, if he starts against BMouth, does that mean he's staying? Rolling Eyes

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Post by Topdawg on Tue Feb 07, 2017 8:43 am

He's been linked with Madrid ever since he joined us and he's still here 5 years later. What pisses me off is the categorical stance that City have been talking to PSG about Aguero. That gives the appearance that we want rid of the player.

Naturally, he'd be a little grumpy that he's been dropped but this can take it to a totally new level.

I expect him to start against Bournemouth. He should if Pep wants to put this ridiculous rumour to bed.
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Post by blueboy on Tue Feb 07, 2017 10:37 am

By Daniel Taylor in The Guardian:

TThey light up the part of Manchester City’s stadium that takes its name from the most precious goal in the club’s history. Head along Ashton New Road on any night, pass the nostalgically named Maine Road Chippy, and you can hardly miss it. Martin Tyler’s commentary is emblazoned across the walls. Sergio Agüero is twirling his shirt above his head. Drink it in, soak it up. “I swear, you will never see anything like it again.”
That was the final, and 30th, goal of Agüero’s first season in Manchester and it is commemorated now in the 93:20 Suite, named after the final kick of the 2011-12 campaign and that split-second when the blood in the veins of every City supporter turned into fine wine. His current total is 154, which has moved him past Colin Bell (153), Billy Meredith and Joe Hayes (both 152) and Franny Lee (148) this season in the list of City’s all-time leading marksmen. Agüero is third and, in ordinary circumstances, you would back him to catch the next player, Tommy Johnson (166), as well as the one at the top of the list, Eric Brook (178), by the end of the year.


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These, however, are not ordinary circumstances and perhaps there is a more relevant statistic if we are trying to make sense of Agüero’s new position out of the team and consider he has scored only once this season against a side currently in the top eight of the Premier League – and that was West Bromwich Albion, who were 13th at the time.
All the same, it is not exactly easy picking holes in Agüero’s portfolio when he has scored 18 times in 26 appearances this season, including two hat-tricks, despite the common perception that he has not fully adjusted to Pep Guardiola’s requirements. If you want to have a go, you might note that he has never scored at Anfield in eight appearances. But that is about it. Agüero has silenced crowds at Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge, White Hart Lane and virtually every other ground in England’s top division. Nobody has scored so many goals for City in so little time, or at so many different places.

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All of which makes it puzzling that Guardiola’s apparent dissatisfaction with his forward can be traced back to that freewheeling period at the start of the season when the new manager had an immaculate record from his first six games and Agüero had already scored 11 times. There were compliments from Guardiola but, equally, there were follow-up remarks that stopped you in your tracks. What an important player, Guardiola would say, and a few sentences later there would be a more jarring comment that felt slightly incongruous when it was unprecedented to hear City’s managers, even one as abrasive as Roberto Mancini, questioning Agüero’s contribution.
It has certainly been a jolt when Manuel Pellegrini used to eulogise about Agüero being third on the list of modern football greatness, outperformed by only Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, to find the player in question restricted to a seven-minute substitute appearance in Sunday’s 2-1 win against Swansea City and a bit-part role in the final 17 minutes of their previous game at West Ham United.


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The emergence of Gabriel Jesus, the scorer of three goals in those games, does not necessarily catapult Agüero to the door. It is, however, the first time in Agüero’s five and a half years in Manchester that his status as first-choice striker has been lost. Players of his stature do not readily accept watching from the dugout and, for that reason alone, it would be naive to think that if the present situation continues he will be a willing reserve.
How must Agüero have felt at West Ham when he removed his substitute’s top to be informed he was to play on the left, meaning Jesus was continuing down the middle? Did he envisage Jesus’s arrival might have repercussions for his own position, and so quickly? And what about that television interview with Guardiola after the Swansea match when City’s manager was asked whether the new signing would remain in the side? Guardiola has been stressed and unforthcoming in interviews recently. Here, his smile was wide enough to reveal his teeth. “What do you think?” he asked.
That must be the overriding concern for Agüero when City’s formation means there is space for only one central attacker and there is considerable evidence, looking through Guardiola’s years in management, that the manager does not care greatly if the players he disappoints are the ones with the greatest presence and personality.
Samuel Eto’o is just one example bearing in mind he finished Guardiola’s first season at Barcelona as runner-up in the Pichichi, the award for La Liga’s leading scorer. Eto’o also contributed the opening goal in the 2009 Champions League final against Manchester United. Then Guardiola turfed him out. “I understand perfectly that people want to know why because he’s a marvellous footballer,” Barcelona’s coach explained. “On and off the pitch, he’s been fine all year, but it’s a question of feeling.”
Is it a question of feeling with Agüero, too? And though it is wrong just to assume a player who loses his place automatically wants to leave, are we learning something more here about Guardiola’s occasionally high-risk strategies?


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What is happening now brings to mind a conversation last autumn with one of the players who has worked with Guardiola and spent a long time trying to understand the man. His view was that Yaya Touré would not be the only one to encounter difficulties because we were talking about a manager who liked young, impressionable players he could mould into his own way of thinking, rather than dominant dressing-room figures who were seen as established mandatory first-team picks. Vincent Kompany was identified, therefore, as someone who did not necessarily fall into the masterplan. Agüero was another one and, however surprising it was at the time, presumably he will have a better understanding now why Graham Hunter described Guardiola in his book Barça, the Making of the Greatest Team in the World as “intense, quixotic and hard to please – pesado, they say in Spain”.
The translation is “heavy” and it could also be argued that Guardiola’s judgment is not flawless if we consider his determination to move out Joe Hart at the start of the season to make room for Claudio Bravo. However it is dressed up, Bravo’s acquisition has been a bad mistake and it is no longer enough to say Guardiola can be trusted, come what may. If this is the beginning of the end for Agüero, City will be losing one hell of a player.
The counter-argument is that it is simply one player being preferred to another – nothing more, nothing less – and that he has a contract until 2020. Yet nobody who has followed Agüero’s career can possibly think this is just an ordinary situation. At the home game against Spurs last month, one supporter passing through the press seats worked himself into such a froth of outrage, having seen a journalist tapping out a line about Jesus’s signing endangering Agüero’s future, he had to be led away by stewards. Three games on, it all feels a lot more real.

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Post by Topdawg on Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:05 am

At least that is a structured arguement as to why Aguero could move on rather than an article of no substance.
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Post by blueboy on Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:13 am

Looks like there's no animosity between Sergio and Gabriel...and it looks like Raheem and Leroy have built up a little bro-mance.


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Post by Topdawg on Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:16 am

I cant see all 4 starting a game together unless one of silva or kev is dropped.
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Post by Topdawg on Thu Feb 09, 2017 9:56 am

Many papers claiming Inter are in for Aguero. Apparently, The Times say we've offered AGuero around (or something like that) and other papers are reporting this story. They also say he'd cost north of €80M.
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Post by Nijinsky on Thu Feb 09, 2017 10:27 am

Is this just a case of the press getting a sniff of a story then building up out of all proportion until it becomes perceived reality

If you were going to give a new player a start to see what he can do then what better games than Palace away in the cup and Swansea at home. On the face of it they should have been 2 of the easier games of the season. 

I for one can't wait to see Sergio and Jesus playing together.

On another point ,Dawg can we sue the pants off you as you copied this lie?
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Post by Topdawg on Thu Feb 09, 2017 10:59 am

You can but try Nijinsky. I've been pointing out that it's either BS from he papers or BS from the club. The club, and the manager, have said he's not for sale but they don't appear to have refuted this story. I appreciate that they can't waste their time on refuting/denying every story out there, but this one seems to have grown some legs.

I'd love it if they stopped the approach of trying to be nice to everyone no matter how much they slag us off and make up lies.
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Post by Topdawg on Fri Feb 10, 2017 3:50 pm

Liverpool have, from immediate effect, banned the sun from anfield and melwood. No access at all.
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Post by blueboy on Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:05 pm

Anything to do with their form???? Bit coincidental to ban them now, considering they've been very kind to them, unlike they were to us!

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Post by Topdawg on Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:14 pm

I think a group of fans have been on at the club for ages to ban the sun from the ground.
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Post by Paulpowersleftfoot on Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:17 pm

Topdawg wrote:Liverpool have, from immediate effect, banned the sun from anfield and melwood. No access at all.

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Post by blueboy on Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:18 pm

Agree, but why now?

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Post by Paulpowersleftfoot on Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:20 pm

blueboy wrote:Agree, but why now?

Next year is their year and they don't want the sun there to see it
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Post by Topdawg on Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:21 pm

don't jest, it might happen... Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz
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Post by blueboy on Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:52 pm

you sound like them!!! Razz Razz Razz

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