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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 11:51 am 
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Why did Pep try to destroy Sancho and ship him out?

City had Sterling, Sane a Silva (at the time, the Portuguese was seen as a winger), and Sancho wanted to be promoted. Pep could have promoted him and made him the 4th choice winger. Instead, Pep demanded the purchase of Riyadh Mahrez. As far as he was concerned, Sancho was too young. He ignored the kid and was angry that the kid asked to be promoted. In retaliation, he refused to take the kid on the pre-season tour and tried to destroy the kid.

While Guardiola went on to spend another 60 million to get Mahrez. Sancho left to Dortmund and has established himself as one of the best wingers in Europe.

Man City has one of the best youth programs in Europe, yet, Pep has refused to promote players. TIme and time again, he spends 50 million to bring in established stars. Why? is it because he is afraid to play youth and only wants ready-made success?

I wonder what Pep does every time he sees Sancho play. It must truly hurt him to his soul.


Sancho left the club before Mahrez arrived, Pep did everything to keep Sancho at the time, The player decided to leave obviously because of competition in his role as a winger, would you choose Sancho ahead of Sterling, Sane, Bernado, even at that period, Pep was still in pursuit of Sanchez from Arsenal. Pep develops youth as you can see with Foden, City arguably has the best squad in europe, such array of talents, even if Sancho (on current form) is still in the club now, he will still struggle to make the bench, Even Mahrez haven't started a league game this year.


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danfo driver wrote:
Why did Pep try to destroy Sancho and ship him out?

City had Sterling, Sane a Silva (at the time, the Portuguese was seen as a winger), and Sancho wanted to be promoted. Pep could have promoted him and made him the 4th choice winger. Instead, Pep demanded the purchase of Riyadh Mahrez. As far as he was concerned, Sancho was too young. He ignored the kid and was angry that the kid asked to be promoted. In retaliation, he refused to take the kid on the pre-season tour and tried to destroy the kid.

While Guardiola went on to spend another 60 million to get Mahrez. Sancho left to Dortmund and has established himself as one of the best wingers in Europe.

Man City has one of the best youth programs in Europe, yet, Pep has refused to promote players. TIme and time again, he spends 50 million to bring in established stars. Why? is it because he is afraid to play youth and only wants ready-made success?

I wonder what Pep does every time he sees Sancho play. It must truly hurt him to his soul.


Sancho left the club before Mahrez arrived, Pep did everything to keep Sancho at the time, The player decided to leave obviously because of competition in his role as a winger,


The mistake most people on Cybereagles make is that they think they know more football than I do. This is a grave mistake. 99 per cent of you do not.

To make the comment above is simply to assume that you think I did not know what happened. The Pep who you claimed "did everything to keep Sancho," REFUSED TO TAKE SANCHO ON PRE-SEASON. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Took a bunch of other youth players, but was upset at Sancho because the kid asked to be promoted. Lets stick to facts here!

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would you choose Sancho ahead of Sterling, Sane, Bernado, even at that period,


At that period, I would have simply done what the kid was happy about-- promote him and give him the chance to compete.

Right now, Sancho will be a starter for City as a winger. As a winger, he is presently performing better than Sane and Bernado (bernardo is no longer playing as a winger for City). Problem is that most of you only watch EPL.

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Pep was still in pursuit of Sanchez from Arsenal.


Of course he was! He is only interested in ready-made product and spending money up and down.

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Pep develops youth as you can see with Foden,


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


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City arguably has the best squad in europe, such array of talents, even if Sancho (on current form) is still in the club now, he will still struggle to make the bench, Even Mahrez haven't started a league game this year.


You are right! Pep wouldnt give him a chance. he'd be rotten in the reserves like the rest of their youth players.

P.s-- let me give you advice, go and watch other leagues and not pidgeon hole yourself into EPL. If you think Sancho would not walk into the City line up, then you have not watched him this season. dey dia! :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 9:55 pm 
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Is Pep watching Sancho rip Tottenham to shreds and weeping into his pillow? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 11:16 pm 
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Disappeared in the second-half, didn’t track back much, unlikely to bench Sane, Bernardo or Sterling at this stage. Very talented however, brilliant close control.


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danfo driver wrote:
Is Pep watching Sancho rip Tottenham to shreds and weeping into his pillow? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


You spoke too soon sha.

The boy des have very good ball control..and can run with the ball he nearly broke Sanchez and Sissokho's waist

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 11:30 pm 
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danfo driver wrote:
Is Pep watching Sancho rip Tottenham to shreds and weeping into his pillow? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


You spoke too soon sha.

The boy des have very good ball control..and can run with the ball he nearly broke Sanchez and Sissokho's waist


No, I didnt. I spoke exactly when I wanted to speak. He tortured Spurs in that first half and represented his qualities this season. That move he did on Sanchez should be banned in any civilized nation. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Guardiola must weep everytime he hears the name, Sancho.

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Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 11:43 pm 
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danfo driver wrote:
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danfo driver wrote:
Is Pep watching Sancho rip Tottenham to shreds and weeping into his pillow? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


You spoke too soon sha.

The boy des have very good ball control..and can run with the ball he nearly broke Sanchez and Sissokho's waist


No, I didnt. I spoke exactly when I wanted to speak. He tortured Spurs in that first half and represented his qualities this season. That move he did on Sanchez should be banned in any civilized nation. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Guardiola must weep everytime he hears the name, Sancho.


Bro, please don’t get emotional, The Sancho I saw tonight won’t still make city’s bench, you claim we don’t watch other leagues, but please tell us your acessment of the Top team in the Bundesliga against the 3rd team in the premier league tonight


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yomiabudu wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Siddonlook11 wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Is Pep watching Sancho rip Tottenham to shreds and weeping into his pillow? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


You spoke too soon sha.

The boy des have very good ball control..and can run with the ball he nearly broke Sanchez and Sissokho's waist


No, I didnt. I spoke exactly when I wanted to speak. He tortured Spurs in that first half and represented his qualities this season. That move he did on Sanchez should be banned in any civilized nation. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Guardiola must weep everytime he hears the name, Sancho.


Bro, please don’t get emotional,


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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The Sancho I saw tonight won’t still make city’s bench, you claim we don’t watch other leagues, but please tell us your acessment of the Top team in the Bundesliga against the 3rd team in the premier league tonight


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Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 3:06 am 
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This is so petty and tiring. You people need to understand something: as long as Pep is winning and is successful then none of this matters.

Why did Chelsea get rid of DeBruyne? Why did Barcelona get rid of Thiago? A team can only fit so many players and not everyone will play. Get over yourselves.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 7:58 am 
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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
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danfo driver wrote:
Why did Pep try to destroy Sancho and ship him out?

City had Sterling, Sane a Silva (at the time, the Portuguese was seen as a winger), and Sancho wanted to be promoted. Pep could have promoted him and made him the 4th choice winger. Instead, Pep demanded the purchase of Riyadh Mahrez. As far as he was concerned, Sancho was too young. He ignored the kid and was angry that the kid asked to be promoted. In retaliation, he refused to take the kid on the pre-season tour and tried to destroy the kid.

While Guardiola went on to spend another 60 million to get Mahrez. Sancho left to Dortmund and has established himself as one of the best wingers in Europe.

Man City has one of the best youth programs in Europe, yet, Pep has refused to promote players. TIme and time again, he spends 50 million to bring in established stars. Why? is it because he is afraid to play youth and only wants ready-made success?

I wonder what Pep does every time he sees Sancho play. It must truly hurt him to his soul.


what of Arsenal that were asleep and didnt go get the kid?


Incorrect.


Ah ah, Waffi, na you tell us about this kid o. You even mentioned that he was friends with one of our youth players, and we were likely to get him


Chief, Wenger confirming it and more.

Even till he left Arsenal, Wenger was still interested in signing him. He had agreements in principle and I am aware the club are still following Wenger's initial work.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 9:57 am 
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How many big clubs these days develop their own players? The money in the game is so large these days they can buy ready products rather than developing them. Its like building your own house versus buying one that is ready. Sure building on your own is probably more satisfying and you may save on costs but at the end of the day the result is the same. Remember also that there is an opportunity cost to grooming your own players; it can take years to develop a winning team and during that period you might lose out on additional CL, merchandise, ticket revenue, etc.


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I have to laugh at the people here who think this thread is about football. It is about hatred for Guardiola due to groupie love for Borinho.

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I have to laugh at the people here who think this thread is about football. It is about hatred for Guardiola due to groupie love for Borinho.



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I have to laugh at the people here who think this thread is about football. It is about hatred for Guardiola due to groupie love for Borinho.

Kpom....the buffoon called danfo aka yaya aka okokobrinko has zero shame.
I have never seen a shameless 1diot like this groupie of a 'football-coward'.

Some folks are demented and sick.

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Daft thread opened by Mourinho gay lover.

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Kpom....the buffoon called danfo aka yaya aka okokobrinko has zero shame.
I have never seen a shameless 1diot like this groupie of a 'football-coward'.

Some folks are demented and sick.

The last time I saw this sort of thing was teenage girls crazy about Michael Jackson. Somebody better notify Borinho that the boy has the potential to be a stalker. The only reason is not camping outside Borinho's house is he can't afford a flight ticket.

Any player/coach that has the slightest problem with Borinho is like his enemy for life - Rafa, Pep, Wenger, Hazard, Emenalo (the boy celebrated when he was sacked by Chelsea and Monaco). He will defend any Borinho signing until the player falls out with Borinho. It's worse than groupie love. It is a dangerous obsession. The boy needs professional help.

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cic old boy wrote:
zee wrote:
Kpom....the buffoon called danfo aka yaya aka okokobrinko has zero shame.
I have never seen a shameless 1diot like this groupie of a 'football-coward'.

Some folks are demented and sick.

The last time I saw this sort of thing was teenage girls crazy about Michael Jackson. Somebody better notify Borinho that the boy has the potential to be a stalker. The only reason is not camping outside Borinho's house is he can't afford a flight ticket.

Any player/coach that has the slightest problem with Borinho is like his enemy for life - Rafa, Pep, Wenger, Hazard, Emenalo (the boy celebrated when he was sacked by Chelsea and Monaco). He will defend any Borinho signing until the player falls out with Borinho. It's worse than groupie love. It is a dangerous obsession. The boy needs professional help.


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City wanted Jordan to stay but the boy knew his chance of playing regularly is brighter somewhere else.
He took a risk and believed in his own ability.
Other EPL clubs wanted him, including Spurs.
He chose Dortmund because of their philosophy of giving youth a chance, contrary to City's policy of buying the best rather than looking within.
One could argue their philosophy chased him away

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Why did Pep try to destroy Sancho and ship him out?

City had Sterling, Sane a Silva (at the time, the Portuguese was seen as a winger), and Sancho wanted to be promoted. Pep could have promoted him and made him the 4th choice winger. Instead, Pep demanded the purchase of Riyadh Mahrez. As far as he was concerned, Sancho was too young. He ignored the kid and was angry that the kid asked to be promoted. In retaliation, he refused to take the kid on the pre-season tour and tried to destroy the kid.

While Guardiola went on to spend another 60 million to get Mahrez. Sancho left to Dortmund and has established himself as one of the best wingers in Europe.

Man City has one of the best youth programs in Europe, yet, Pep has refused to promote players. TIme and time again, he spends 50 million to bring in established stars. Why? is it because he is afraid to play youth and only wants ready-made success?

I wonder what Pep does every time he sees Sancho play. It must truly hurt him to his soul.


what of Arsenal that were asleep and didnt go get the kid?


Wenger tried. The rest is history.

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Isn’t this what happened with Pogba? It would add meat to the matter had Guardiola then spent 100Ms to bring him back. Of course, the exponential rise of King Raheem goes unmentioned, doesn’t fit the narrative. In closing, sad to see what’s become of Lukaku, that stereotypical, early 90s centre-forward, brought in by a tactical Dorian Gray, who refused to age with the times.


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pajimoh wrote:
City wanted Jordan to stay but the boy knew his chance of playing regularly is brighter somewhere else.
He took a risk and believed in his own ability.
Other EPL clubs wanted him, including Spurs.
He chose Dortmund because of their philosophy of giving youth a chance, contrary to City's policy of buying the best rather than looking within.
One could argue their philosophy chased him away


Forget his move to Dortmund which I talked about too. But I am actually referring to when he was an unknown kid and Arsenal lost out to City, when he moved from Watford.

The move made him and his family rich. It also gave him the platform to reject larger financial offers choosing Dortmund a few years later.

I have serious respect for the kid with the way he has handled his career so far.

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How many big clubs these days develop their own players? The money in the game is so large these days they can buy ready products rather than developing them. Its like building your own house versus buying one that is ready. Sure building on your own is probably more satisfying and you may save on costs but at the end of the day the result is the same. Remember also that there is an opportunity cost to grooming your own players; it can take years to develop a winning team and during that period you might lose out on additional CL, merchandise, ticket revenue, etc.


You do have a point regarding big clubs struggling to develop players, as they are more interested in winning now! But what concerns me here is why Guardiola tried to destroy the career of Sancho and Diaz. Why did he try to destroy Iheanacho also?

City has said over and over again that they have a top top youth set up, yet, Guardiola refuses to use it. instead he seems to be only able to win carabao cups with 60 million pounds full backs.

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Daft thread opened by Mourinho gay lover.


I know you are deeply hurt by Guardiola's actions, and thats is why I have called for everyoe to disuss this matter. Why did Guardiola try to destroy sancho? That is the question we need to answer. What do you think?

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