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Thaksin Shinawatra-They want me to Thai them down but they aint cutting it

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Clear out this summer with ALOT of players leaving according to the SSN :D This guy is a complete c*nt

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After rumours that Shinny put a voucher for a free transfer in the pay packets of certain players, now it is being reported that he wants to sell every single player and let the new manager start with a completely totally 100% new squad.
Tycoon Thaksin Shinawatra has put Manchester City’s entire squad up for sale in the latest twist to his bizarre behaviour.Thai billionaire Shinawatra, who is already set to sack manager Sven-Goran Eriksson, is apparently so disgusted with the team’s performances in the second half of the season that he wants a massive clear-out, including young stars such as Micah Richards, Michael Johnson and Joe Hart.The news of the impending fire sale throws City even deeper into turmoil and will further antagonise fans, who staged a mass demonstration against Shinawatra last week.They are threatening to withhold money for season tickets until it becomes clear who the manager will be next season and what players will be on the pitch. It also underlines the belief of many City insiders that Shinawatra does not understand football.City’s owner, it is understood, has written a letter to each member of the team conveying his feelings.He has put all contract talks on hold and wants to start next season from scratch with a newmanager and new players. All this has prompted deputy chairman John Wardle, who is distraught at the crisis, to apologise to the players for selling the club to Shinawatra.But the damage has been done and many players will be delighted to jump ship and relaunch their careers at a club with a less volatile owner.Skipper Richard Dunne is expected to join Newcastle for £5million. The poor treatment of Eriksson was the final straw for Dunne, City’s Player of the Season. Richards is also unhappy.He signed a new four-year contract in February because he was sure the club were going in the right direction. But Manchester United and Chelsea have now been alerted.Johnson is a target for Liverpool, and goalkeeper Hart is being pursued by Tottenham, who also covet Martin Petrov, City’s Bulgarian winger.Sunderland have been eyeing Stephen Ireland and there would be no shortage of bids for Elano.Morale was so low that City lost Sunday’s final league game 8-1 against Middlesbrough
I TOLD MAN HE WAS A UNITED FAN FROM DAY DOTLMAO @ SHITTYTHERES ONLY ONE TEAM IN MANCHESTER340x.jpg

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After rumours that Shinny put a voucher for a free transfer in the pay packets of certain players, now it is being reported that he wants to sell every single player and let the new manager start with a completely totally 100% new squad.
Tycoon Thaksin Shinawatra has put Manchester City’s entire squad up for sale in the latest twist to his bizarre behaviour.Thai billionaire Shinawatra, who is already set to sack manager Sven-Goran Eriksson, is apparently so disgusted with the team’s performances in the second half of the season that he wants a massive clear-out, including young stars such as Micah Richards, Michael Johnson and Joe Hart.The news of the impending fire sale throws City even deeper into turmoil and will further antagonise fans, who staged a mass demonstration against Shinawatra last week.They are threatening to withhold money for season tickets until it becomes clear who the manager will be next season and what players will be on the pitch. It also underlines the belief of many City insiders that Shinawatra does not understand football.City’s owner, it is understood, has written a letter to each member of the team conveying his feelings.He has put all contract talks on hold and wants to start next season from scratch with a newmanager and new players. All this has prompted deputy chairman John Wardle, who is distraught at the crisis, to apologise to the players for selling the club to Shinawatra.But the damage has been done and many players will be delighted to jump ship and relaunch their careers at a club with a less volatile owner.Skipper Richard Dunne is expected to join Newcastle for £5million. The poor treatment of Eriksson was the final straw for Dunne, City’s Player of the Season. Richards is also unhappy.He signed a new four-year contract in February because he was sure the club were going in the right direction. But Manchester United and Chelsea have now been alerted.Johnson is a target for Liverpool, and goalkeeper Hart is being pursued by Tottenham, who also covet Martin Petrov, City’s Bulgarian winger.Sunderland have been eyeing Stephen Ireland and there would be no shortage of bids for Elano.Morale was so low that City lost Sunday’s final league game 8-1 against Middlesbrough
I TOLD MAN HE WAS A UNITED FAN FROM DAY DOTLMAO @ SHITTYTHERES ONLY ONE TEAM IN MANCHESTER340x.jpg
wow, where is that from?

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guy is an absolute prick. knows nothing about the gamecity f*cked up bad what were they thinking givin this guy the reigns.

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What happens when u have a man with zero knowledge about football buying a club.Must think this is real life FM.

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Actually a real c*nt. 100% new squad, he must think this is Powerleague.
haha.
After rumours that Shinny put a voucher for a free transfer in the pay packets of certain players, now it is being reported that he wants to sell every single player and let the new manager start with a completely totally 100% new squad.
Voucher you know. Like it's some sort of bonus.

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Thaksin Shinawatra has strenuously denied reports that he has put Manchester City’s entire first team squad up for sale.Friday’s Daily Express sensationally claimed that the former Thai Prime Minster had become so disillusioned with City’s performances in the second half of the season that he was willing to listen to offers for any players.It is already expected that manager Sven Goran Eriksson will leave Eastlands, despite dining with Shinawatra and the playing staff in Bangkok last weekend, and Friday’s report speculated that established names such as Richard Dunne, Micah Richards and Michael Johnson could also join a City exodus.Shinawatra has wasted no time in rubbishing the claims though, with the owner underlining he is happy with how the players performed whilst accruing the club's biggest Premier League points tally in a 38-game season.“There is absolutely no truth to this story or any of the allegations. I appreciate the progress and performance of the whole squad, managed by Sven Goran Eriksson, this season,” Shinawatra told the club’s official website.Shinawatra has also denied that deputy chairman John Wardle had apologised to the players for selling the club in the summer.Manchester City spokesman Paul Tyrrell said: “We are currently taking legal advice regarding these news reports and will pursue those who continue to run or repeat this false story and its allegations without the chairman’s rebuttal.”

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I'd take any few of the following; Hart, Onuoha, Richards, Dunne, Corluka, Johnson, Fernandes, Ireland, Petrov, Elano, Bojinov.

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I'd take any few of the following; Hart, Onuoha, Richards, Dunne, Corluka, Johnson, Fernandes, Ireland, Petrov, Elano, Bojinov.
Wow!

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Guest Remy Lebeau

LMFAOwhat the f*ck...the dumb thing is some manager will take this job

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