Jul 24, 2021 -- 5:21AM, Aspro wrote:
Manchester City have agreed personal terms with Kane of £350,000 a week and are willing to bid as much as £120mThis one appears nearer the mark so, if true, I say... ffs Levy, take it!
Yeah, he definitely should accept the 120m if offered. Most likely he'll accept it on deadline day and therefore will have an excuse to not spend the funds on new recruits.
Jul 30, 2021 -- 7:39PM, Giuseppe wrote:
how are Man City able to offer more money than Spurs in the era of FFP?do Spurs have big debts?
Man City are exempt from Financial Fair Play (probably bribed UEFA). Yes, Spurs have very large long-term debts due to new stadium.
Jul 31, 2021 -- 8:11AM, The Dragon wrote:
city are copying utd trying to buy sucess.... vile club
But City are traditionally a small and unsuccessful club being bankrolled by an oil-rich nation. Man U (for the most part) generated their own funding by being a successful club.
Jul 31, 2021 -- 12:12PM, howard wrote:
Last time they were in the 3rd tier and getting beat at York City the gates were best part of 40k ...yeah really small club without the oil.
You a City fan, Howard? Don't think there's one City fan on this whole forum besides "the mover" who rarely posts these days.
Jul 23, 2021 -- 10:02AM, sparrow wrote:
If only everyone paid tax as the ordinary working man has to then this country would never have a National debt and a struggling health service.
if everyone paid the tax that they should, then the tax rate would be lower for all. so when you hear that someone is avoiding tax, remember they're effectivley ribbing you
Jul 31, 2021 -- 1:05PM, Giuseppe wrote:
Utd should be able to spend big money because they have lots of glory hunter fans in Ireland, Norway, Asia etc.?
Utd's owners take money out of the club. They would have much more money to spend than they do with different owners even just operating at cost. City's owners of course pump many millions into the club.
Aug 1, 2021 -- 6:36AM, howard wrote:
York fan sofa
Ok, good luck for the season.
So if City sign Grealish it looks unlikely that they'll splash out for Kane as well. Harry wants to play in the biggest games but did absolutely **** all when presented with such opportunities at Spurs (and England). I hope he leaves this week as he clearly doesn't want to remain at Spurs.