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View Poll Results: Can City ever become a bigger more successfull club than United and Liverpool

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Thread: Can City overturn United and Liverpool's records

  1. #46
    Haruko The Goon
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    Also, City have just set up a football club in New York.
    Insane. First club in England to ever do that. Their brand will go through the roof over there.
    New York City - lmao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haruko The Goon View Post
    Also, City have just set up a football club in New York.
    Insane. First club in England to ever do that. Their brand will go through the roof over there.
    New York City - lmao.
    We're going around in circles, the brits buying a american club.
    Its extremely clever, City just brought themselves global recognition whilst it took other teams years hard work on the pitch. Plus an excellent way to get around the FFPR, by using the other club to get rid of deadwood and reduce the wage bill.

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    BrianSwan
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    100 years is a drop in the ocean for human's history. It's anyone's guess who will be the best football team in the world 100 years from now, let alone ever.

    I'm calling Swansea City right now though, hopefully people will visit this site in 100 years and quote this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oggydude View Post
    We're going around in circles, the brits buying a american club.
    Its extremely clever, City just brought themselves global recognition whilst it took other teams years hard work on the pitch. Plus an excellent way to get around the FFPR, by using the other club to get rid of deadwood and reduce the wage bill.
    Buying an American team hardly constitutes worldwide recognition in a footballing context. There are probably few people who are even aware of this relatively speaking.

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    FFPR, by using the other club to get rid of deadwood and reduce the wage bill.
    The MLS does have a salary cap...
    exactly what we Flamineeded

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianSwan View Post
    100 years is a drop in the ocean for human's history. It's anyone's guess who will be the best football team in the world 100 years from now, let alone ever.
    It might even be a club that has yet to be founded.

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    Haha.