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10 May 2022 14:42:45
How much would we get for

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10 May 2022 15:05:22
Mid table at best🤣.

10 May 2022 15:05:41
Nobody is paying a penny for Bobby. Salah will fetch some as is Mane. But nothing like Haaland or Martinez.

10 May 2022 15:06:46
Probably get a fair bit for Sarah!

10 May 2022 14:56:52
About enough for a Declan Rice!

10 May 2022 15:07:56
£2.50 for Sarah
£50 million for Mane
£20 million for Firmino.

10 May 2022 15:18:41
Nobody is paying £20 mill for Bobby @Irish. Other than LFC fans drooling over “he creates space for others” the guy hardly scores 😂😂😂. And uptop when you don’t score you don’t fetch money. He is going to leave for free.

10 May 2022 15:36:13
Please tell me you’re being sarcastic harry!

10 May 2022 15:39:47
You'd think being a City fan would make Harry understand players creating space for others, winning the ball back high up the pitch, overloading the midfield etc but alas.

10 May 2022 16:12:09
Pointless buying Salah or Mane without Bobby. They can’t score unless he plays.

10 May 2022 16:29:12
If Bobby came on against Spurs we get 3 points that’s all I need to know. As for you lot who want him sold good job klopp loves him too.

10 May 2022 16:36:38
Bit of a contradiction there Harry. Liverpool purchased Firmino and paid plenty for him too. Do you know he also played "up top" for us too. CL and PL winner also Harry, most successful Liverpool team in 30 years with a non scoring Bobby "up top". creating space 👍👍.

10 May 2022 16:43:44
Oh no City have signed a striker and the world is going to end.

Controversial opinion - Haaland doesn't make them any better.

10 May 2022 17:38:40
Bobby came on against Spurs in our first draw back in December.

My original comment was tongue in cheek. But let’s not act like we’ve never drawn or lost a game with Bobby on the pitch.

10 May 2022 17:41:27
City were a great team when they had Aguero, continued to be a great team when they no longer had Aguero, and will probably continue still to be the same level of great when Haaland arrives. There is kind of a ceiling that you hit as a football team, you’ll still not win every game, it’s 22 men kicking a bag of wind around at the end of the day. It’s not an exact science and if it was, nobody would watch it. Improving your team is not linear, you can’t calculate how much utility a player is providing another team in a foreign country and assume they will add the exact same utility to yours, it’s not simple addition it’s a multivariate equation. If they bought 5 Haaland’s then each Haaland they bought would not improve them the same amount, the returns would diminish.

As i seem to say on all my posts these days, people online have very short memories and don’t seem to have observed a lot of trends in football over the years. I personally think Haaland will improve City, but his link up play and injury record leave much to be desired, plus it is a far harder league. We’ve seen Pep spunk loads on big name strikers before and, in the words of the particular striker i am thinking of, ‘bought a Ferrari and drove it like a Fiat’.

City will be better off for signing him but we’ve seen them with and without a world class striker already and in both eras we were still their equal. Anybody decrying it as ‘the End of the Premier League’ is a whining muppet and is probably just jealous of their shiny new toy.

10 May 2022 17:45:40
He probably will to be honest.

10 May 2022 17:51:36
Wasn’t harry just drooling over Bobby after his last game?

10 May 2022 17:58:25
FPP, Haaland DOES make them better, from what I have seen of him, he would make almost every team in the world better.

However, I do agree that the world is not going to end because they have bought him. Nor do I believe it makes us any less great!

10 May 2022 18:21:02
To say he doesn’t make them better is a bit of a reach, he’s a 20 goals a season player, which does make things harder for us if he means they win 5 or 6 leagues games more than us every year. My hope is that he fails massively a la Ibrahimovic at Barca.

10 May 2022 18:26:17

Manchester City recruit Erling Haaland has officially retired from winning the Champions League at just 21 years of age.

10 May 2022 18:46:22
Well Pelican not too many players from the Bundesliga have lit up the PL. Havertz, Werner, Pulisic, Sancho, etc.

10 May 2022 18:53:16
Bobby was playing well before his latest injury. We needed someone to hold up the ball against City. For me a big miss.

10 May 2022 18:56:40
Firmino is only 2 goals off 100 for us.

Not bad for someone who doesn't score.

10 May 2022 19:05:42
Agreed fly. controversial opinion number 2.he's injury prone like naby.

10 May 2022 19:07:36
His injury record ain't the best.

10 May 2022 19:20:54
Haaland has missed a lot of this season unlike Bobby who has only had the 5 separate injuries 👀🤣.

10 May 2022 19:29:49
Haaland is 21, Firmino is 30. When Firmino was 21 he was playing 30+ league games per season, Haaland has never managed that in his career.

10 May 2022 19:34:30
Bobby's first season on the sidelines. Maybe it's age maybe it's bad luck both or neither. But Haaland will be their main man. Wouldn't shock me to see a couple depart sterling jesus dare i say it haircut 100 (million) grealish. Showing my age. lol.

10 May 2022 21:07:27
Yeah good point that

Haaland club games played

21/ 22 - 29
20/ 21 - 41
19/ 20 - 40
18/ 19 - 10.

10 May 2022 22:30:22
I think we’ll be better next season.

10 May 2022 22:31:18
To be fair Haaland’s scoring record has been impressive . If he continues on at the rate he is going throughout his career he will be remembered as an excellent goal scorer. The thing is though, it’s easier when you are trying to build a reputation than it is when you have one. The really good players can do it for years and get better and better - let’s see how he goes shall we.

On the subject of Bobby, he isn’t just an ‘out and out’ goal scorer although he does know where the new is. He also has a lot of football intelligence- he has an instinctive feel for what. ’s happening / going to happen and it puts him ahead of most footballers. He can make space for players, see and hit a killer pass and hold the ball when needed. He is also a very good first line of defence and he will be missed when he goes.

One final thought ; who should be selected for the Balon D’Or this year? Come on now tell the truth, dis anybody think Mo or Sadio? How many of you thought Harland?

To be honest I’m happy with the Famous Five’ we have and would love to see them still be our options for 2022-23.

10 May 2022 23:36:38
Haaland is the big fish from the small pond making a jump to the big pond. The thing with the big pond is that there are plenty of other big fish there too. Like big tall CB's who leave you with bruising memories of matches. Let's see how it works before anointing him with the Golden Boot. Ask Lukaku how that worked out.

Haaland is no Aguero. And Guardiola fiddles around with everyone, especially their brains. Aguero would have had more succesfull final years at ManCity if Guardiola had left him alone to just play football.

11 May 2022 00:08:11
Haaland is a very good player and should improve City in the tight games. They’ve needed an out and out goal scorer all season and they’ve obviously hung their hat on him.
It’s not as easy as just saying he’s a great player he’ll improve them though. You can’t just add a player without taking one away so by adding him what do you lose? Mahrez’s trickery? Foden’s intricacy? Jesus’s intelligent running?
He’s a very good player no doubt but only time will tell what effect adding him has on the rest of the team.



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