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Man City- Determined not to be a laughing stock

Started on 17 December 2012 by rovindj
Latest Reply on 29 December 2012 by rovindj
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I'll be starting a new story replacing the real madrid story as i am using a new laptop. The other laptop had a problem which cannot be fixed.
Man City's manager, Roberto Mancini is sacked after his disappointing performance after finishing last place in the Euro Champions Cup. Although Man City won the league, Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak did not want a League win but he want a ECC win.


They appointed Icelandic Manager Steven Stock who is a stranger to the soccer world. Steven wanted to try being a manager and so applied to be a Man City manager.
Tuesday Morning:

Steven reported for work and had a meeting with the chairman, Khaldoon Al Mubarak and he introduced my assistant Brian Kidd.

Meeting with Brian Kidd

Brian:Hello there, I'm Brian Kidd and i want to have a private meeting with you.
Steven: Ok
Brian: Would you like to have an intra-squad friendly tomorrow?
Steven: Yes, I would like to have that tomorrow.
Brian: You would have noticed a piece of document near you. Its a team report for Man City
which tells you which player is the best and stuff like that.
Steven: Thanks for your explaination. I need nothing else from you so the meeting is over.
Brian: I wish you good luck.
Steven: Thanks.

Steven left the meeting room and went into the manager's office and switched on the MacBook.
He checked his email and found that the chairman had sent him an email:

Steven, the team must always play attacking and you can only buy high profile players.

Steven looked through and thought: Are you kidding me? what if I wanted to buy some youth players that have high potential but is not a high profile player?
Wednesday:

Steven reported for work and checked his emails.He saw a email about Iceland U-21 getting a record and told his assistant he don't want to see emails from Iceland again!

There was another one from Man City's chairman:
Man City is organizing a training camp for the players of Man City.
Steven put in every player in the senior squad that is not loaned out.

Steven read an email and quickly rushed out to the press conference located at the stadium.

A BBC Journalist: You are sitting here as manager of Man City, is this your dream job?
Steven:I am pleased with the chairman for giving me my dream job.
Journalist: Do you think that you can be a fan favorite and a legend like Roberto Mancini?
Steven:If I am not confident of myself, I would not be here.
Journalist:You have to manage both Spain and Man City, do you think you would be able to cope with the stress?
Steven: Today, the subject is Man City not Spain(Aggressive Tone)
Journalist:There is a rumor that you are looking to sign one or two from the Spain team to Man City.Is it true?
Steven:No. But I will consider them(additional comment)
Journalist:The facilities at Man City is excellent. Are you excited to work in this environment?
Steven:The facilities are great but hard work is also needed to achieve something big.
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11 yearsEdited
Vs Man City Reserves
Commentator:
7 min GOAL!: Kolarov crosses to the near post and Sergio Aguero looks to head in a goal but Mathias beats him to it. OH NO! Mathias headed the ball into his own net. ManCity takes the lead.
9min GOAL: Johnson passes to Pozo. Pozo passes to Bytyqi who is near the penalty area. Bytyqi, not marked, tries a shot at goal. Joe deflects the ball and Pozo goes for the rebound. Pozo kicks the ball into the unguarded net. 1-1
12min GOAL: Silva crosses the ball and Johnson scores an own goal. Man City Reserves really have a knack for own goals. 2-1
26min: Nasri crosses the ball to Yaya and he heads it to Kolarov due to the tight space and Kolarov tries to put the ball into goal but the ball blazes over the bar.
38min: Johnson tackled Yaya roughly and Yaya cries in pain.
39min : Yaya Out James Milner In
45min: Silva takes a free kick.He kicks a magnificent ball to Kompany and Kompany tries to head a goal but it misses wide.

Half Time

49min: Jack Rodwell picks an injury.
50min: Rodwell Out Sinclair In
52min: Nasri crosses a ball to a marked Silva and he knocks the ball into the net...but the keeper punches the ball away.
63min GOAL!: Aguero takes the ball and immediately passes to an unmarked Tevez who slotted the ball into the net.
72min Kolarov crosses the ball to Nasri who heads the ball to Aguero but Sadik heads the ball into Man City Reserves 3rd own goal this match.
Full Time
Man City wins 4-1
What a great game with 3own goals
Man City Vs Ajax

Commentator: Here we are at the match of 2 strong sides, Man City and Ajax. I brought ex Man City player, Nicky Summerbee to also commentate with me.
Nicky: Thanks for the introduction. Both sides are equally strong and their key players are Toby Alderweireld and David Silva

44th minute GOAL: Van Rhij takes the throw in and throws the ball to Serero. Serero passes to Dejong who dodges Kompany's tackle and puts the ball into the net. Ajax takes the lead.
HALF TIME

58th minute GOAL: Balotelli fouled by Poulsen at the penalty area. Referee makes a harsh decision.
PENALTY! Balotelli slots the ball home. 1-1

63th minute: Silva crosses the ball into the marked Dzeko who heads the ball over the ball. He should have scored there.

FULL TIME
Commentator: I have to thank former ManCity player Nicky Summerbee for his wonderful talk about his former club.

Final Score 1-1
Transfer Update

Staff
In
Pete Friar for free Physio
Angel Vales





Out
Yuill to free transfers

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