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BlueLion.

Kevin de Bruyne

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Let's face it we all know why Rat boy came back to PL. He wants to teach Mourinho a lesson. That ungratefull punk should say thank you we got him out of the Belgian League and send him to a top club to be noticed by others because by now he would be a nobody.

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Let's face it we all know why Rat boy came back to PL. He wants to teach Mourinho a lesson. That ungratefull punk should say thank you we got him out of the Belgian League and send him to a top club to be noticed by others because by now he would be a nobody.

FFS GROW UP ...

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Oscar is better

I hate this cause im a Chels, but it because i had a similar point in here(which went all pasta and Pizza). Oscar isn't the right one to compare with.

He had 16 goals, 28 assists in 51 matches. It isn't god tier. But is was good. Now forget the soulless one.

i actually think Oscar cannot cut that. That was my entire point. So , yes expect much more from Oscar. Hes the fucking ten from a six star team (hey pizza man).

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I hate this cause im a Chels, but it because i had a similar point in here(which went all pasta and Pizza). Oscar isn't the right one to compare with.

He had 16 goals, 28 assists in 51 matches. It isn't god tier. But is was good. Now forget the soulless one.

i actually think Oscar cannot cut that. That was my entire point. So , yes expect much more from Oscar. Hes the fucking ten from a six star team (hey pizza man).

Oscar and Kdb are completely different players. Oscar won't hit 28 assists in the course of two seasons most likely. But i would expect him to hit 16 or more goals without problems in a lesser league.

Also it'd be appreciated if we'd drop the stereotypes in this thread, belgians and italians. Thank you very much.

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Let's face it we all know why Rat boy came back to PL. He wants to teach Mourinho a lesson. That ungratefull punk should say thank you we got him out of the Belgian League and send him to a top club to be noticed by others because by now he would be a nobody.

FFS GROW UP ...

When you stop supporting guys like Lukaku and Bruyne who are two fucking hypocrites than i might believe your words.

I won't waste my time trying to educate you ,, Be happy in your ignorance .

Same.

I will step in now and say give it a rest now please. Respect what I am saying and move on please.

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Henrikh Mkhitaryan 2015 stats so far:

7 games.

8 goals

2 assists

Shinji kagawa 2015 stats so far

7 games

4 goals

2 assists

Aubameyang

8 games

6 goals

1 assist

Kagawa stats the season prior to United

17 goals in 43 games, domestic double winner.

I really like KDB, but City was a bad fit for him just like how Kagawa was bad for United...

Let's see how Wolfsburg and Draxler do this year.

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Belgium has hazard, witsel, kdb who are all very techincal players...Yet, every team they faced in the group stage literally played conservatively/park the bus and were unable to break it until they played counter football at the end of the game or Fellaini ball.

Man City last season had NASRI, who is a technically better player than both sterling and KDB..... and was unable to break it multiple games with aguero, nasri, silva/

Remember how difficult Germany had it against Algeria? It's just insanely difficult to win against solid teams like that unless you get an early goal. Shit countries like that used to lose 5-0 to every decent team in the 70s-80s. Now all of them have tactical managers who make them defend as a team...

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After this transfer, City has apparently spent more than 1.000.000.000 since Mansour arrived at the club, in just 7 years.

2008 Robinho (Bra) Real Madrid (Spa) 43.000.000

2009 Nigel de Jong (Ned) Hamburg (Dui) 18.000.000

Wayne Bridge (Eng) Chelsea (Eng) 13.000.000

Shay Given (Ier) Newcastle (Eng) 9.000.000

Craig Bellamy (Wal) West Ham (Eng) 15.500.000

Gareth Barry (Eng) Aston Villa (Eng) 13.900.000

Roque Santa Cruz (Par) Blackburn (Eng) 21.200.000

Carlos Tevez (Arg) Manchester United (Eng) 29.000.000

Emmanuel Adebayor (Tog) Arsenal (Eng) 29.000.000

Kolo Touré (Ivo) Arsenal (Eng) 18.700.000

Joleon Lescott (Eng) Everton (Eng) 27.500.000

Sylvinho (Bra) Barcelona (Spa) gratis

2010 Adam Johnson (Eng) Middlesbrough (Eng) 8.000.000

Patrick Vieira (Fra) Inter (Ita) gratis

Yaya Touré (Ivo) Barcelona (Spa) 30.000.000

Mario Balotelli (Ita) Inter (Ita) 29.500.000

David Silva (Spa) Valencia (Spa) 28.750.000

Aleksandr Kolarov (Ser) Lazio (Ita) 22.700.000

James Milner (Eng) Aston Villa (Eng) 22.000.000

Jerome Boateng (Dui) Hamburg (Dui) 12.500.000

2011 Edin Dzeko (Bos) Wolfsburg (Dui) 37.000.000

Stefan Savic (Mon) Partizan Belgrado (Ser) 12.000.000

Gael Clichy (Fra) Arsenal (Eng) 7.750.000

Costel Pantilimon (Roe) Timisoara (Roe) 3.300.000

Samir Nasri (Fra) Arsenal (Eng) 27.500.000

Sergio Agüero (Arg) Atletico Madrid (Spa) 45.000.000

Owen Hargreaves (Eng) Manchester United (Eng) gratis

2012 Jack Rodwell (Eng) Everton (Eng) 15.000.000

Scott Sinclair (Eng) Swansea (Eng) 7.800.000

Matija Nastasic (Ser) Fiorentina (Ita) 15.200.000

Maicon (Bra) Inter (Ita) 3.750.000

Javi Garcia (Spa) Benfica (Por) 20.200.000

2013 Jesus Navas (Spa) Sevilla (Spa) 20.000.000

Fernandinho (Bra) Sjachtjor Donjetsk (Oek) 40.000.000

Alvaro Negredo (Spa) Sevilla (Spa) 25.000.000

Stevan Jovetic (Mon) Fiorentina (Ita) 26.000.000

Martin Demichelis (Arg) Atletico Madrid (Spa) 5.000.000

Zackarius Faour (Zwe) Malmø (Zwe) 465.000

2014 Bacary Sagna (Fra) Arsenal (Eng) gratis

Fernando (Bra) Porto (Por) 15.000.000

Eliaquim Mangala (Fra) Porto (Por) 40.000.000

Willy Caballero (Arg) Malaga (Spa) 8.000.000

Bruno Zuculini (Arg) Racing Club (Arg) 2.500.000

2015 Wilfried Bony (Ivo) Swansea (Eng) 32.300.000

Enes Ünal (Tur) Bursaspor (Tur) 3.000.000

Raheem Sterling (Eng) Liverpool (Eng) 68.000.000

Fabian Delph (Eng) Aston Villa (Eng) 11.500.000

Patrick Roberts (Eng) Fulham (Eng) 7.000.000

Nicolas Otamendi (Arg) Valencia (Spa) 44.600.000

Kevin De Bruyne Wolfsburg (Dui) 75.000.000

1.009.115.000

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Remember how difficult Germany had it against Algeria? It's just insanely difficult to win against solid teams like that unless you get an early goal. Shit countries like that used to lose 5-0 to every decent team in the 70s-80s. Now all of them have tactical managers who make them defend as a team...

thats my point though...

Including KDB to the mix doesn't automatically break the bus. Even barcelona with guys like messi, saurez, neymar, iniesta, rakitic had difficult times doing it.

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Reports that we got like 20% of the transfer fee?

I know John Cross reported a 'substantial sell-on' but I'm not sure where the 20% figure has come from. Probably BS.

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