Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Bring it on Harry

Bobby Manc has added close to 80 million pounds worth of talent to the squad in this pre-season campaign with no sign yet of the chequebook being locked up in the club safe until January. What Roberto Mancini has done though is buy proven quality at reasonable prices in comparison to Mark Hughes previous signings. New to his arsenal of footballing talent is Jereome Boateng, David Silva, Yaya Toure and Aleksandar Kolorov. With the signings of "super" Mario Balotelli and James Milner still looming in the Press Roberto Mancini could take his Spending close to 125 Million. The Problem is who stays and who goes in what is becoming the biggest first team squad in the whole of the Galaxy. City's squad is becoming that large that you could technically put together 4 teams. With such a large amount of squad trimming to be done some super stars will have to be shown the door. Not an enviable job for our henchman in the making, but in Mr Roberto Mancini we trust.

The question is. Who is for the chop? & Who will start against Harry's Spurs Eleven?


briangreenhalgh said...

Wow, what a start to the season, TH followed by Liverpool. I don't think we could have had a harder start but what a way to show the league we are here for the real deal. But always hve that sinking feeling where City are concerned.....comes with being a blue I suppose....Come Onnnnnnnnnnn

Mark said...

Its best to get the big boys out of the way methinks and show the rest after two games and six points that CITy are back!!

Fingers crossed anyway.