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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
PostPosted: Sat Oct 10, 2015 11:26 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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Gallagheresque wrote:
SSN: Sergio Aguero suffers grade-two muscle tear & could face up to eight weeks on the sidelines:

Can we recall Dzeko from Roma? Not losing the league again would be better than nothing at all.

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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2015 11:05 am 
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I'd doubt it given as it's a loan with an obligation to purchase. Such a shame the Beast didn't settle as I'd be a lot happier with him coming in for Kun. As I've said previously I would consider sticking Sterling up top


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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NoddytheAdlingtonBlue wrote:
I'd doubt it given as it's a loan with an obligation to purchase. Such a shame the Beast didn't settle as I'd be a lot happier with him coming in for Kun. As I've said previously I would consider sticking Sterling up top


Hmmmm maybe, but he hasn't been great the last games either.


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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I know but I would almost hope given a run he may just stick a couple of goals in and get a confidence boost. Then again, I think I thought that before Silva got injured

Front four is probably looking like:

------------------------ Bony -----------------
Sterling -------------- KDB ------------------ Navas

With Iheanacho and EDS lads on the bench for those positions


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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Is Nasri fit at the moment?


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Also on the injury list. Also a hamstring injury

I can see any of Barker, Bytyqi or Celina getting on the bench


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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NoddytheAdlingtonBlue wrote:
I know but I would almost hope given a run he may just stick a couple of goals in and get a confidence boost. Then again, I think I thought that before Silva got injured

Front four is probably looking like:

------------------------ Bony -----------------
Sterling -------------- KDB ------------------ Navas

With Iheanacho and EDS lads on the bench for those positions


The question in my mind is how do you plan to win the league with 1.5 recognised strikers? Even if you plan to play 4-5-1.


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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NoddytheAdlingtonBlue wrote:
Also on the injury list. Also a hamstring injury

I can see any of Barker, Bytyqi or Celina getting on the bench

Or Patrick Roberts? He looks a decent prospect tbf


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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Forgot about him tbf. Good shout


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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Well, this is a depressing thread. :(

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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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I have some regrets about locking in my fantasy team last Tuesday forgetting it was a sodding international week. aguero probably wont earn me much. :rolleyes:

We should be able strap a set of steep capped gardening boots on Les Chapman and see him score 4 against bournemouth surely.

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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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I see Bony is promising we will see "the new Bony". We don't want to see the new Bony, we want the old one. You know, the one that scored a shit load of goals for Swansea


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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Apparently, if a player withdraws from an international game, he cannot play in the next club game. So why don't we just ask our players not to play in international games? We could give them ice cream as an incentive.


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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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I'll volunteer myself not to play in the next match if there's an ice cream up for grabs! :TopHat2

That nice pizza shop on Stevenson Square has a Banoffee flavoured one that I've had my eye on. :o

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 Post subject: Re: Sergio Kun aguero
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Is he fit today or not?


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Is he fit today or not?

I think so mate...for how long is anyone's guess..
Hardly any match time either..

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Sergio Agüero has revealed he will leave Manchester City when his current contract expires. The Argentina international’s five-year deal at the Etihad Stadium runs until the end of the 2018-19 campaign.

“It’s clear to me that when my contract ends, after the World Cup [in Russia in 2018], I’m going to Independiente,” Agüero told the Argentinian radio station El Rojo En La Uno. “Here at the club they are great with me, they always told me that they were open if the chance of a transfer arises. But where am I going to go in Europe?

“No, when I go, when my contract ends, I’m going to Argentina to play for El Rojo. From Manchester, straight to Avellaneda. My family know that I am going to go there when my contract with Manchester City finishes.”


Despite Agüero referring to his deal ending in 2018, City have confirmed he is contracted until 2019. The 27-year-old has scored 128 goals for the club since signing from Atlético Madrid in 2011 for a fee of £38m.

The City manager, Manuel Pellegrini, will be replaced by the Bayern Munich coach, Pep Guardiola, at the end of the season and the forward is keen to give the Chilean a good send-off.

Agüero added: “It’s pretty crazy that four months out you already know that your manager is going to leave and you also know who his successor is but that’s how it is for us. Hopefully we can win something so Pellegrini goes in the best way possible. And then we’ll adapt to what Guardiola wants.”

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