Started by blueToffee, December 02, 2009, 03:55:24 pm
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Quote from: .Rimbo.Ultimately, though, the owners of City are clearly savvy business men, that's why their pockets are lined with plenty of coin. They're not going to keep someone on their books who is costing them money and doesn't want to be there. It could also affect the team spirit. They're not stubborn enough to (take note, Mr. Moyes) not allow a player to leave at a certain price.They have Bellamy, Tevez, Adebayor, Robinho, Benjani and Santa Cruz to play up front. And also Caicedo and Bojinov out on loan, also, remember.Jo clearly feels happy at Everton and will want to move here given the opportunity. It's whether we want him at the end of the day. If Moyes decides that yes, we want him, I don't think it should take that much coin. They'll be willing to cut their losses with him I reckon.Problem is, will City even want to do business with Everton after this summer's fiasco?
Quote from: BlueSteIt might be an idea to do with Jo what wenger done with Henry and play him on the wing for a while
Quote from: montanatoffeefanSame thoughts as always: he's a good lad and fine footballer with a sophisticated game that we, sadly, are incapable of playing most of the time. So he goes missing and people slate him. Same thing happens with Yak, Pienaar and Arteta. Put Jo out there with those three, plus Baines and Cahill and Billy and we'll be singing the lads praises and screaming for his purchase. I'd really like to see us get a long look at him surrounded by quality footballers in the second half of the season. Think he could do great things here.
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