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Noisy-Neighbours Splash the Cash!

I see our noisy-neighbours have wasted no time in splashing some more cash!

On the back of winning their first top-flight title since decimalization, their mega-rich owners, the Oil Sheiks, have given Roberto Mancini a deal said to be worth a cool 37.5 million making him the highest paid manager in British football.

Here in our Red Towers, we view the deal slightly differently; we see it as being more of a case of having to cough up a huge compensation package when a failure to match the achievement of last season results in his dismissal!

It can be a cruel world!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 10 2012

Time: 4:42PM

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Couldn't really be fecked what goes on at City however it will be interesting to see whether he lasts the contract which is seemingly a rarity nowadays for a manager to fulfill their contract without leaving for another club or getting dismissed or ends up, like you said, being a compensation package.
TheFamousNo7
Oh the irony of still referring to City as the "Noisy neighbours" when we seem to be all united can talk about. Hell, we even got mentioned at your end of season awards. Getting under your skin?

http://www.manchestercity.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/forums/get-attachment.asp?action=view&attachmentid=5699
fifthcolumnblue
Still noisy neighbors till you win it outright on points. As one of the lads at work believes we're technically joint champions :-P
MotorMad
That doesn't surprise me in the slightest MM. Btw 'noisy neighbours' suggests the clubs are in the same neighbourhood, they're not even in the same city.
Bluedub
Maybe it would be easier to win it outright if Ashley Young and Nani stopped falling down so easily.
PhillyBlueMoon
What's wrong with Salford? If I remember rightly some of your own live there and the rest live in Stockport talk about sticking with the local team. Blue hypocrites
MotorMad
 

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