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Losing Sneijder?

Losing Sneijder?

One Sunday tabloid is adamant that the worse case scenario could be about to smack us firmly in the face.

Seemingly not willing to get involved in a bidding war for Wesley Sneijder, we now face the very painful prospect that the Dutch midfielder could very well be coming to Manchester but not to us.

It`s peddling the story that Manchester City are now looking to blow any other clubs out of the water, price wise, by luring Sneijder away from Milan by offering the Italian club a certain Carlos Tevez as part exchange.

Let`s hope it`s just one of those made up Sunday tabloid column inch fillers shall we!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday August 14 2011
Time: 11:00AM

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Great player, but I for one would much rather his suspect knees graced the old Tr*****D pitch than ours - he'll disrupt your team more than ours, and we all know what happens when slur tries to force square pegs into round holes. Getting rid of Tevez would be a bonus, and I do admire Sneijder, but he's never going to last a full season and would respectfully leave him to you.
fifthcolumnblue
14/08/2011 14:38:00
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Lost Sneijder hmm, more like lost Sneijder - Gained Cleverly/Pogba.
nordkap
14/08/2011 15:14:00
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who cares , fergie said we dont need him so **** sneijder , he can go to hell for all i care , time for our kids to shine!
RedDevilKile
14/08/2011 15:35:00
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The man is very injury prone and does struggle to string a few consecutive matches together. Like many and myself have expressed before, there's just far too much money involved. I wouldn't complain if we signed him, in fact I would back him all the way, it's not a wise move in the slightest though. Even moreso with Anderson and Cleverley looking very good in midfield and Pogba, to name but one yongster, also looking promising it looks more and more like a bad move.
TheFamousNo7
14/08/2011 18:06:00
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and the fee? well just too extorionate whn you add the wages to it!
Red Boy
14/08/2011 19:31:00
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Would have loved to see him come to us - still can't see him going to *****y though!
niteworlok
15/08/2011 09:45:00
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Can't see him at City either NW, seeing as Mancini has come out and said repeatedly that we're not interested.
fifthcolumnblue
15/08/2011 11:43:00
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Not even with Carlos going the other way?
niteworlok
15/08/2011 15:20:00
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Sneijder isn't injury prone and never has been. You're confusing him with Robben and Van der Vaart. Funny how SAF says he doesn't need him only after it becomes clear that he's unable to get him. He's exactly what your midfield needs, so it's a good thing Inter won't let him leave - not for the kind of money you're willing to pay anyway.
troynew
20/08/2011 11:14:00
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