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Kompany: We are best team in the world

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48323130

Domestic treble, unfortunate CL QF exit

Can't argue with what VK says

posted on 19/5/19

comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 7 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Devil D.A. (U6522)
posted 12 minutes ago
Gotta be the best league side in the world at the moment

It's very hollow with no real "magic" like you get with other great sides as they just bought their way to it with oil money but the team itself is seriously good
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You can't complain about sides spending money and have campaigns against your chairman because he's not spending money.

This City team is the result of far more than throwing money around. They put a structure in place years ago centered around attracting one manager, got him, and 100% backed him once they did. If you want an example of other "oil tycoon" club who fail the establish this kind of long term planning look no further than us
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This assumes Arsenal fans want their owner to pump his own money into the side. Personally I'd stop supporting the club if he did. To be honest my interest is already at an all time low, a large part due to having such a disgusting caant as owner. The fact he's merely in the background skimming funds and leveraging against our assets is bad enough, to have a vile priiick like that in public view after buying success would be the only thing worse.

The City is team is completely and entirely the result of oil money being pumped into the club. They have spent a fair bit of the money very very well but they are still playing by different financial rules to the rest of the league. They're an incredible side, their also dismantling the English game as a legitimate competition and their success is hollow. You can tell it's meaningless just by the way it's welcomed by their City rivals
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Don't believe a word, you've said.

Jealous - not much!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Read my comment history for proof if that's the case.

Too lazy? Don't make accusations you can't back up...
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Then stop supporting them now.

The Reds tops always used their power and money to keep the minions in their place, going back 50 years.

Then along came Roman and the City owners to turn your safe little world upside down and you've all been crying ever since.

Then you have the nerve to accuse City of buying the title. Think I've any sympathy for your plight now - nah!

posted on 19/5/19

comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 7 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Devil D.A. (U6522)
posted 12 minutes ago
Gotta be the best league side in the world at the moment

It's very hollow with no real "magic" like you get with other great sides as they just bought their way to it with oil money but the team itself is seriously good
-------------------------------------------------------
You can't complain about sides spending money and have campaigns against your chairman because he's not spending money.

This City team is the result of far more than throwing money around. They put a structure in place years ago centered around attracting one manager, got him, and 100% backed him once they did. If you want an example of other "oil tycoon" club who fail the establish this kind of long term planning look no further than us
----------------------------------------------------------------------
This assumes Arsenal fans want their owner to pump his own money into the side. Personally I'd stop supporting the club if he did. To be honest my interest is already at an all time low, a large part due to having such a disgusting caant as owner. The fact he's merely in the background skimming funds and leveraging against our assets is bad enough, to have a vile priiick like that in public view after buying success would be the only thing worse.

The City is team is completely and entirely the result of oil money being pumped into the club. They have spent a fair bit of the money very very well but they are still playing by different financial rules to the rest of the league. They're an incredible side, their also dismantling the English game as a legitimate competition and their success is hollow. You can tell it's meaningless just by the way it's welcomed by their City rivals
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Don't believe a word, you've said.

Jealous - not much!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Read my comment history for proof if that's the case.

Too lazy? Don't make accusations you can't back up...
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Then stop supporting them now.

The Reds tops always used their power and money to keep the minions in their place, going back 50 years.

Then along came Roman and the City owners to turn your safe little world upside down and you've all been crying ever since.

Then you have the nerve to accuse City of buying the title. Think I've any sympathy for your plight now - nah!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
You're all over the place, who wants your sympathy you pathetic cretin?

"Nerve to accuse City of buying the title" some nerve claiming they haven't, fackin hell it's like City haven't spent more than any other club since the Premier League started despite being minnows until recently

https://www.transferleague.co.uk/premier-league-1992-to-date/transfer-league-tables/premier-league-table-1992-to-date

posted on 19/5/19

comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 7 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Devil D.A. (U6522)
posted 12 minutes ago
Gotta be the best league side in the world at the moment

It's very hollow with no real "magic" like you get with other great sides as they just bought their way to it with oil money but the team itself is seriously good
-------------------------------------------------------
You can't complain about sides spending money and have campaigns against your chairman because he's not spending money.

This City team is the result of far more than throwing money around. They put a structure in place years ago centered around attracting one manager, got him, and 100% backed him once they did. If you want an example of other "oil tycoon" club who fail the establish this kind of long term planning look no further than us
----------------------------------------------------------------------
This assumes Arsenal fans want their owner to pump his own money into the side. Personally I'd stop supporting the club if he did. To be honest my interest is already at an all time low, a large part due to having such a disgusting caant as owner. The fact he's merely in the background skimming funds and leveraging against our assets is bad enough, to have a vile priiick like that in public view after buying success would be the only thing worse.

The City is team is completely and entirely the result of oil money being pumped into the club. They have spent a fair bit of the money very very well but they are still playing by different financial rules to the rest of the league. They're an incredible side, their also dismantling the English game as a legitimate competition and their success is hollow. You can tell it's meaningless just by the way it's welcomed by their City rivals
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Don't believe a word, you've said.

Jealous - not much!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Read my comment history for proof if that's the case.

Too lazy? Don't make accusations you can't back up...
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Then stop supporting them now.

The Reds tops always used their power and money to keep the minions in their place, going back 50 years.

Then along came Roman and the City owners to turn your safe little world upside down and you've all been crying ever since.

Then you have the nerve to accuse City of buying the title. Think I've any sympathy for your plight now - nah!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
You're all over the place, who wants your sympathy you pathetic cretin?

"Nerve to accuse City of buying the title" some nerve claiming they haven't, fackin hell it's like City haven't spent more than any other club since the Premier League started despite being minnows until recently

https://www.transferleague.co.uk/premier-league-1992-to-date/transfer-league-tables/premier-league-table-1992-to-date
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Then stop belly aching about City 'Buying' the title.

Stop lying to yourself and everyone on here that, when we all know you'd like to go back to the days of your little status quo, when you could attract and keep the top players.

Go cry in your milk somewhere else!

posted on 19/5/19

comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 28 seconds ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 7 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Devil D.A. (U6522)
posted 12 minutes ago
Gotta be the best league side in the world at the moment

It's very hollow with no real "magic" like you get with other great sides as they just bought their way to it with oil money but the team itself is seriously good
-------------------------------------------------------
You can't complain about sides spending money and have campaigns against your chairman because he's not spending money.

This City team is the result of far more than throwing money around. They put a structure in place years ago centered around attracting one manager, got him, and 100% backed him once they did. If you want an example of other "oil tycoon" club who fail the establish this kind of long term planning look no further than us
----------------------------------------------------------------------
This assumes Arsenal fans want their owner to pump his own money into the side. Personally I'd stop supporting the club if he did. To be honest my interest is already at an all time low, a large part due to having such a disgusting caant as owner. The fact he's merely in the background skimming funds and leveraging against our assets is bad enough, to have a vile priiick like that in public view after buying success would be the only thing worse.

The City is team is completely and entirely the result of oil money being pumped into the club. They have spent a fair bit of the money very very well but they are still playing by different financial rules to the rest of the league. They're an incredible side, their also dismantling the English game as a legitimate competition and their success is hollow. You can tell it's meaningless just by the way it's welcomed by their City rivals
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Don't believe a word, you've said.

Jealous - not much!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Read my comment history for proof if that's the case.

Too lazy? Don't make accusations you can't back up...
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Then stop supporting them now.

The Reds tops always used their power and money to keep the minions in their place, going back 50 years.

Then along came Roman and the City owners to turn your safe little world upside down and you've all been crying ever since.

Then you have the nerve to accuse City of buying the title. Think I've any sympathy for your plight now - nah!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
You're all over the place, who wants your sympathy you pathetic cretin?

"Nerve to accuse City of buying the title" some nerve claiming they haven't, fackin hell it's like City haven't spent more than any other club since the Premier League started despite being minnows until recently

https://www.transferleague.co.uk/premier-league-1992-to-date/transfer-league-tables/premier-league-table-1992-to-date
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Then stop belly aching about City 'Buying' the title.

Stop lying to yourself and everyone on here that, when we all know you'd like to go back to the days of your little status quo, when you could attract and keep the top players.

Go cry in your milk somewhere else!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Please back up your claims with evidence, or go cry in your milk somewhere else

posted on 19/5/19

comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 29 seconds ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 28 seconds ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 7 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Devil D.A. (U6522)
posted 12 minutes ago
Gotta be the best league side in the world at the moment

It's very hollow with no real "magic" like you get with other great sides as they just bought their way to it with oil money but the team itself is seriously good
-------------------------------------------------------
You can't complain about sides spending money and have campaigns against your chairman because he's not spending money.

This City team is the result of far more than throwing money around. They put a structure in place years ago centered around attracting one manager, got him, and 100% backed him once they did. If you want an example of other "oil tycoon" club who fail the establish this kind of long term planning look no further than us
----------------------------------------------------------------------
This assumes Arsenal fans want their owner to pump his own money into the side. Personally I'd stop supporting the club if he did. To be honest my interest is already at an all time low, a large part due to having such a disgusting caant as owner. The fact he's merely in the background skimming funds and leveraging against our assets is bad enough, to have a vile priiick like that in public view after buying success would be the only thing worse.

The City is team is completely and entirely the result of oil money being pumped into the club. They have spent a fair bit of the money very very well but they are still playing by different financial rules to the rest of the league. They're an incredible side, their also dismantling the English game as a legitimate competition and their success is hollow. You can tell it's meaningless just by the way it's welcomed by their City rivals
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Don't believe a word, you've said.

Jealous - not much!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Read my comment history for proof if that's the case.

Too lazy? Don't make accusations you can't back up...
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Then stop supporting them now.

The Reds tops always used their power and money to keep the minions in their place, going back 50 years.

Then along came Roman and the City owners to turn your safe little world upside down and you've all been crying ever since.

Then you have the nerve to accuse City of buying the title. Think I've any sympathy for your plight now - nah!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
You're all over the place, who wants your sympathy you pathetic cretin?

"Nerve to accuse City of buying the title" some nerve claiming they haven't, fackin hell it's like City haven't spent more than any other club since the Premier League started despite being minnows until recently

https://www.transferleague.co.uk/premier-league-1992-to-date/transfer-league-tables/premier-league-table-1992-to-date
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Then stop belly aching about City 'Buying' the title.

Stop lying to yourself and everyone on here that, when we all know you'd like to go back to the days of your little status quo, when you could attract and keep the top players.

Go cry in your milk somewhere else!
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Please back up your claims with evidence, or go cry in your milk somewhere else
----------------------------------------------------------------------

You're the one crying like a stuck pig about Man City not me!

posted on 19/5/19

You can't complain about sides spending money and have campaigns against your chairman because he's not spending money.

This City team is the result of far more than throwing money around. They put a structure in place years ago centered around attracting one manager, got him, and 100% backed him once they did. If you want an example of other "oil tycoon" club who fail the establish this kind of long term planning look no further than us
----------------------------------------------------------------------
This assumes Arsenal fans want their owner to pump his own money into the side. Personally I'd stop supporting the club if he did. To be honest my interest is already at an all time low, a large part due to having such a disgusting caant as owner. The fact he's merely in the background skimming funds and leveraging against our assets is bad enough, to have a vile priiick like that in public view after buying success would be the only thing worse.

The City is team is completely and entirely the result of oil money being pumped into the club. They have spent a fair bit of the money very very well but they are still playing by different financial rules to the rest of the league. They're an incredible side, their also dismantling the English game as a legitimate competition and their success is hollow. You can tell it's meaningless just by the way it's welcomed by their City rivals
--------------------------------------------------
99% of fans would rationalize it and enjoy the success. We have, City have. Maybe you're different and that's cool, but most fans would very much see it as a positive for their club and feel no sense of shame or feeling hollow about it. Money guarantees nothing, it's an advantage but you still have to use it correctly.

Taking a Chelsea/Arsenal example. I can personally say even if Roman went bankrupt tomorrow I'd still rather have him as a chairman over Stan because for as much unintentional damage he's done the last 15 years in an effort to keep us competitive, his heart's in the right place. Yes it's a mutually beneficial relationship of course, and he's certainly no saint, but everything he's done has been about trying to make Chelsea F.C. the best club it can possibly be. Even without a penny in his pocket I'd take that over Stan who petulantly couldn't give two sh!ts about Arsenal.

posted on 19/5/19

comment by Devil D.A. (U6522)
posted 12 minutes ago
You can't complain about sides spending money and have campaigns against your chairman because he's not spending money.

This City team is the result of far more than throwing money around. They put a structure in place years ago centered around attracting one manager, got him, and 100% backed him once they did. If you want an example of other "oil tycoon" club who fail the establish this kind of long term planning look no further than us
----------------------------------------------------------------------
This assumes Arsenal fans want their owner to pump his own money into the side. Personally I'd stop supporting the club if he did. To be honest my interest is already at an all time low, a large part due to having such a disgusting caant as owner. The fact he's merely in the background skimming funds and leveraging against our assets is bad enough, to have a vile priiick like that in public view after buying success would be the only thing worse.

The City is team is completely and entirely the result of oil money being pumped into the club. They have spent a fair bit of the money very very well but they are still playing by different financial rules to the rest of the league. They're an incredible side, their also dismantling the English game as a legitimate competition and their success is hollow. You can tell it's meaningless just by the way it's welcomed by their City rivals
--------------------------------------------------
99% of fans would rationalize it and enjoy the success. We have, City have. Maybe you're different and that's cool, but most fans would very much see it as a positive for their club and feel no sense of shame or feeling hollow about it. Money guarantees nothing, it's an advantage but you still have to use it correctly.

Taking a Chelsea/Arsenal example. I can personally say even if Roman went bankrupt tomorrow I'd still rather have him as a chairman over Stan because for as much unintentional damage he's done the last 15 years in an effort to keep us competitive, his heart's in the right place. Yes it's a mutually beneficial relationship of course, and he's certainly no saint, but everything he's done has been about trying to make Chelsea F.C. the best club it can possibly be. Even without a penny in his pocket I'd take that over Stan who petulantly couldn't give two sh!ts about Arsenal.
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Good comment, appreciate that completely. I fully understand that my personal feelings are pretty weird, even silly but it is my view on money in football.

And yes our owner really is that bad, glad you acknowledge that too.

The more I find out about the bloke the more disgusting he becomes, whether it's shooting endangered animals or being part of the Walmart group lobbying against a higher minimum wage, to buying up sports teams and stealing their funds, leveraging their assets and buying up land... you get the point - he is vile.

posted on 19/5/19

If he shoots any animal just for fun, let alone dangerously endangered one's then we have found something we can agree on - he must be vile!

posted on 19/5/19

comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 2 minutes ago
If he shoots any animal just for fun, let alone dangerously endangered one's then we have found something we can agree on - he must be vile!
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https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/arsenal-owner-stan-kroenke-hunting-tv-channel-my-outdoor-motv-endangered-animals-trophy-a7868361.html

The world would be a far better place without him, here's hoping he's mauled to death by a lion he's hunting

posted on 19/5/19

comment by Scruttocks (U19684)
posted 25 minutes ago
comment by BrummieBlue! (U3487)
posted 2 minutes ago
If he shoots any animal just for fun, let alone dangerously endangered one's then we have found something we can agree on - he must be vile!
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https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/arsenal-owner-stan-kroenke-hunting-tv-channel-my-outdoor-motv-endangered-animals-trophy-a7868361.html

The world would be a far better place without him, here's hoping he's mauled to death by a lion he's hunting
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That's grotesque!

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