... what will man city will do with 9 strickers? and wich one the manager will send to the bench? robinho and tevez are for 1st team for sure. . . what about bojinov, santa cruz, bellami, caicedo, jÃ´? money talks higher. . .but its killing the treu spirit of a football TEAM!
Ive said this before in these forums, its ridiculous.
I reckon he'll play a 4-3-3. His strikers will be Robinho playing AML, and then Adebayor, Santa Cruz or Tevez taking up FC and AMR. I do however think that Hughes wont play a player if hes in bad form, like with Robinho, so the attack will change around a lot.
Jo is on loan, and i think by the end of the season theyll look to get rid of him, even at a loss. Bellamy wont get many games and will want to leave. Bojinov will go (maybe to Everton if they cant afford Jo?), Caicedo will go, Ched Evans will definately go.
I don't think Tevez was free because he was owned by a company and the interested clubs had to like 25 million pounds, I think...
You could be right actually, but even if that is the case I would hardly call Â£25million for Tevez too much, and yeah his wage demands etc would be big but there are certainly many more players out there who will still be payed more, even players who arent at City or Real.
but city wont go into debt like madrid madrid dont have alot of money as they are borrowing alot 250K is nothing to the man city owners as they have more than 100 Billion
Not only are Real huge, tshirt sales and outside business usage brings them millions, saying that they are an institution isnt far from the truth.
Real Madrid is government backed, as are Barcelona. Effectively this means that they have access to large sums of government funded money, because Spain recognises that Real are so huge, the club is an embasador for the whole country and its tourism. Thus they are provided with excessively high resources from tax payers money.