or to join or start a new Discussion

101 Comments
Article Rating 5 Stars

If City's ban is fully upheld........

Do you think Pep will stay the full 2 years?

I'm not having a dig, i'm genuinely interested as to whether or not you think he'll stay.

I've always thought he may yet end up back at Barcelona. I know they've recently hired another coach, but I think they'd take him back in a heartbeat if the opportunity came along.

comment by sandy (U20567)

posted 3 days, 22 hours ago

comment by moreinjuredthanowen (U9641)
posted 2 hours, 26 minutes ago
Spurs are not even well run is the joke.

Look at how they wasted the bale money when that sort of fee meant something. That was lsrgely a joke.

Look how badly they messed up their stadium build and had to delay going there due to it being a death trap. More waste as they rented wembley a season longer than they were meant to.

Look at how the cost of the bowl exploded to the final incredibly huge burden on a club that looks like thry not need to finish 5th just to keep the revenue flowing. Mill stone
----------------------------------------------------------------------

posted 3 days, 20 hours ago

comment by The Hybrid Doos (U10416)
posted 2 hours, 18 minutes ago
Kicked out for spending £25 million on Bony, bloody hilarious
----------------------------------------------------------------------

comment by SB&S (U17757)

posted 3 days, 20 hours ago

comment by Billy The Yidd (U3924)
posted 5 hours, 26 minutes ago
comment by SB&S (U17757)
posted 41 minutes ago
I hope this shuts up the Levy haters as it finally shows a club has to live within its means. Next up PSG.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
There is living within your means and then there is Levy`s living within your means, nobody is asking for City levels of spending, but rather spending commensurate with our status as the 8th richest and one of the most profitable clubs in the world.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
I agree Billy, we could probably get away with spending more. Still, this saga is evidence that FFP has teeth and teams have to abide by it. Personally, I think City has gotten off lightly. Given that their incredible levels of spending gave them titles, there is an argument that says they should officially be stripped of said titles, like a doped athlete would.

posted 3 days, 19 hours ago

comment by Bryan ROBBson (U22311)
posted 6 hours, 16 minutes ago

comment by rosso is done with this (U17054)
posted 11 minutes ago
comment by Bryan ROBBson (U22311)
posted 11 hours, 36 minutes ago
Juventus all the way

Sarri is in trouble there
----------------------------------------------------------------------
They’ve lost three games all season.

They’re level on points with Inter at the top of the league, in the cup semifinal, and absolutely walked their CL group.

How is he in trouble? Because they lost a single game against Verona?
---------------------------------------------------------
There's been a considerable decline in quality since Allegri left. SarriBall just hasn't clicked there, results wise it's not a crisis but they've been very pedestrian all season - heavily relying on Ronaldo's individual quality. Similar situation to what he had at Chelsea in many ways.

The fair thing to do would be giving him another season regardless if they win anything & judge him next year (same as with Chelsea), but football's not fair. If Guardiola becomes realistic they'll kick him to the curb without remorse.

posted 3 days, 19 hours ago

What about the longer term impacts, if their sponsorship arrangement is illegal, then they are going to be failing ffp every season for the foreseeable future.

If the CAS upholds the decision (and city did sign up to ffp) city are going to need to shift a number of high earners...

posted 3 days, 13 hours ago

City will lodge an appeal. The case will not have been decided until well into next year, so City will still be in next year's CL. The ban - if upheld - will start in the 21/22 season. So Guardiola can finish his contract unaffected by the ban.

posted 3 days, 13 hours ago

comment by Insert random username (U10647)
posted 5 hours, 7 minutes ago
What about the longer term impacts, if their sponsorship arrangement is illegal, then they are going to be failing ffp every season for the foreseeable future.

If the CAS upholds the decision (and city did sign up to ffp) city are going to need to shift a number of high earners...
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Or get someone with a particularly busy burger van to sponsor them

posted 1 day, 21 hours ago

it wont be, do you think uefa want the likes of aguero, de bruyne, sterling and walker out of the tournament?

posted 9 hours, 39 minutes ago

Maybe the question should not "will Pep stay" but rather should he "be allowed to stay"?

Surely Pep had to have had some knowledge about the corruption charges against City? If so, then he also has dirty hands!

posted 6 hours, 5 minutes ago

Sign in if you want to comment
RATE THIS ARTICLE
Rate Breakdown
5
2 Votes
4
0 Votes
3
0 Votes
2
0 Votes
1
0 Votes

Average Rating: 5 from 2 votes

ARTICLE STATS
Day
Article Ranking30/500
Article Views32
Average Time(mins)0.9
Total Time(mins)26.08
Month
Article Ranking51/500
Article Views2064
Average Time(mins)1.01
Total Time(mins)1901.12
Do Not Sell My Personal Information