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15 Feb 2020 10:03:50
Hi Ed002

How do you think the UEFA ban will affect City’s plans and investment?

are they likely to be successful going via CAS?

Utd Road

{Ed002's Note - I would not expect too much change in terms of transfer plans but some players will look to reject moves if the club are not playing in the Champions League for a couple of seasons. The case is multifaceted in that it covers accounting over-statements and issues surrounding the hacked information (for which the first appeal was launched on June 5, 2019). There was also another issue related to an illegal payment to an agent but that was dropped in December.

I have no way to gauge the outcome of any appeal - but it could take some time.}


1.) 15 Feb 2020 17:17:17
Thanks Man in understand that.

How does it works when something is appealed? Is it business as usual until it’s resolved?

{Ed002's Note - That would need to be requested.}


 

 

23 Oct 2016 13:18:50
Thanks Ed002 surprising though. Would love him at Utd but that isn't going to happen.

Take it the replacement is Augymang from Dortmund?

Utd Road

{Ed002's Note - Aubameyang is the player that Manchester City want but there is interest in him from elsewhere, whilst he wants a move to another club.}


 

 

23 Oct 2016 09:56:15
@Ed002
Hope you're well and the travelling is settling down and great to see you back on the pages.

Would you mind sharing what is the current situation with Augero and where you see Man City going next in the transfer market?

Utd Road

{Ed002's Note - Manchester City have informed Sergio Aguero and Hernan Reguera that they do not see the player in their future plans and that he can leave when he finds a new club. Real Madrid do maintain an interest in Aguero but timing is not good unless a deal for January could be agreed (as the CAS case dealing with their ban may not (probably not) have been resolved by then). PSG will certainly turn to Aguero which in turn will make life difficult for Real Madrid. Milan has new ownership but right now has other plans, and, regardless of the money coming in from China, still have to balance the books. A number of English sides could afford the transfer fee but right now I am not aware of interest. Manchester City will need to be realistic with their financial demands and cannot price Aguero out of a move - as that would possibly stop their bringing in his replacement.}


1.) 01 Nov 2016 19:40:31
This may be wide of the mark, but is this replacement potentially Luis Suarez?

{Ed002's Note - He would not be first choice.}


2.) 03 Nov 2016 09:02:41
League 1 team fan (I won't name them) just browsing the prem sites seeing what fans have to say, etc. Decent sites by the way well done to the editors! Had to comment: don't understand this mentality of City. For me Sergio is arguably the best in the prem (Courtinho I also like) but definitely the best striker by a mile. Personally I see Chelsea Arsenal Liverpool and good bets for 3 of the top 4 this season (in any order) and if City have Aguero I'd put them above Spurs for the 4th spot. Getting rid of him would make me doubt.


 

 

 

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My pitch for sorting out Manchester United - Football Manager editor mode style

16 Apr 2019 09:08:21
{Ed's Note - Utd Road has posted a new article entitled, My pitch for sorting out Manchester United - Football Manager editor mode style

Utd Road

1.) 16 Apr 2019 10:21:30
Well the title of the article sums up! Dream eleven at UTD next season.
First, you will have more outs than any other club in the summer ( close to 10 players ) . Your current squad is full of squad players playing for first eleven and to replace them like you say above is an Everest task.
You bought some absolute garbage players for well beyond the roof thinking they will all do the trick like in the 90’s. Your recruitment over the last 5 years has been an absolute joke. You are now actually facing a crisis.
Appointing Ole was a blunder imo. He has won nothing and won’t win anything either.

Now coming into the players.
Those dream names would cost an earth and if money was the only barrier it would have been actually easy as UTD still have a pit load of cash, but the real question is why on would they come to UTD atm?
There are at least 4 clubs in England who are in a better shape than UTD and hate to say that include Liverpool as well. Most of the your names are in the list of some big clubs.

You are right Saul Niguez is an excellent player. He is the most complete midfielder in Europe and is rightly heading to Manchester, the blue part obviously.

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15 Feb 2020 17:17:17
Thanks Man in understand that.

How does it works when something is appealed? Is it business as usual until it’s resolved?

Utd Road

{Ed002's Note - That would need to be requested.}


 

 

 

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