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Ryddel
11th August '08, 12:22 AM
After completing a medical and personal terms Man City have recalled Vedran Corluka saying that the player has declined the move, later for his agent to come out and release a statement issuing that he still wants to move down south to Spurs now a nother big twist in this transfer saga that will effect all at Man City from an alleged employee at Man City, take it with a pinch of salt as they can't confirm who they are but if it's true they are in a fuckery situation coral have also stopped taking bets on Mark Hughes being first manager to leave, Mail on Sunday also reporting something similar:

http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/sport/football/article-1043401/Thaksin-snub-Thai-trial.html?ITO=1490

from an alleged employee of MCFC -

"I'm sorry to say this, as a life long fan and - for the last few (for me at least) unforgettable months - employee, MCFC as we know it is finished. Here are the FACTS, for those who really want to know. Thaksin is, as of midlnight 10th August, 2008, an international fugitive.

He now has to be found guilty of corruption in Thailand in his absense, offering no defence. Extradition requests will surely follow. The PL will then have to find him short of the fit and proper ownership rules (and believe me, the pressure for that from fellow 'members' has been growing since June).

Thaksin is trying to palm off City onto whoever will now take it, an insolvent mess of a business, completely incapable of sustaining itself. The truth is that the only interested party (until recently) - Wardle - is not now able to bail City out now , he cant come close on his own and no partners have been found. The wage bioll and committments due on the last 2 years' transfers have spiralled out of control.

The Corluka affair is the last straw - I personally worked on the deal and can assure anyone interested that he has already been transferred to Spurs. Spurs have this evening started legal action, and he will be barred from playing for City following an injunction in the courts tomorrow.

Personally I expect Hughes to then resign on principal (he has no choice now, he is on record as saying that he will have final say on all transfers). Many wont believe any of this, but a few will.

I am very close to this situation (readers will never know who I am or how close - a few would know my name but it isnt appropriate to for me to come 'out') - trust me, I am close enough to know what has happeneded in the last fortnight, I am pissed off with it (as a fan, and as someone who has worked hard for the club durinig the ast 18 months or so) and it must be said, a little drunk.

I am posting this message on a few sites - apologies for those that keep reading it, but I want City fans to know what is happening. The sad truth is we are finished, and that as a result, the PL will be facing its biggest challenge since inception within 2 weeks of now."

Pristine Condition
11th August '08, 12:37 AM
looooool

Shitty, i mean City are alot

Ida Kyoya
11th August '08, 12:39 AM
pissed for them

Hij
11th August '08, 12:48 AM
Probably bullshit.

Eric Cantona
11th August '08, 12:51 AM
Probably bullshit.

Hope so, i want to see him at Tottenham.

'nuum general
11th August '08, 01:08 PM
The thaskin situation's gonna fuck them up big time, if he goes then they may end up doing a leeds with the wage bill they'll have.

RIP Jakey
11th August '08, 03:00 PM
The thaskin situation's gonna fuck them up big time, if he goes then they may end up doing a leeds with the wage bill they'll have.

It was always gonna hapen as well

Blackdown
12th August '08, 11:05 PM
hmm...

Hij
13th August '08, 12:51 AM
The thaskin situation's gonna fuck them up big time, if he goes then they may end up doing a leeds with the wage bill they'll have.

This story has the potential to be massive, haven't seen anything other than internet hype so far.

Eric Cantona
13th August '08, 12:53 AM
Just wait until the The Premier League kick him out lol.

800 Million pound of his assets have been seized, arrest warrant in Hong Kong for him, soon Premier League will force Man City to kick him.

Hij
13th August '08, 12:55 AM
Just wait until the The Premier League kick him out lol.

800 Million pound of his assets have been seized, arrest warrant in Hong Kong for him, soon Premier League will force Man City to kick him.

Surely they have to bear in mind the state of the club though.

Eric Cantona
13th August '08, 12:58 AM
I dunno to be honest, not good news for Man City though.

Hij
13th August '08, 01:00 AM
I dunno to be honest, not good news for Man City though.Not at all. Rumours yesterday said Steven Ireland had been sold behind Mark Hughes back, but again, not seen anything official.

quality
13th August '08, 01:35 PM
Surely they have to bear in mind the state of the club though.

They don't seem to have cared much about a team like Luton. Though I suppose Premier League clubs are far more powerful.