Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Money can't buy you love....

But it can buy success.  Manchester City secured a Champions League spot last night by beating Spurs 1-0 after Peter Crouch scored the games only goal, in the wrong goal.


Manchester City have now spent almost £3billion on players but in fairness to them they have been progressing and have achieved their goal of Champions League football and a cup final. According to the Sun, they are now going to be pursuing Cesc Fabregas.

When asked which player would make his side Premier League champions next year, Mancini replied: "Cesc Fabregas". 

He is also going to buy Zlatan Ibrahimovic - 

"If Zlatan wants to come to City, I would immediately find a place for him. 
Our target at the start of the season was to qualify for the Champions League and reach a big final - so we have managed to do that. 
As I said when I arrived, in two or three years, Manchester City can become one of the top clubs in Europe,we have everything you need to do this"

City's big plans aren't purely limited to football. The Manchester City Center For Children Who Can't Read Good And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too has been open for two years now and has worked wonders in the local community, although there have been some bullying issues. Luckily Manchester's leading anti-bullying campaigner, Mario Balotelli has been on hand to deal with the issue. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, click HERE


Looking wider than  the city of Manchester, work on the death star is well on the way and they expect it to be fully operational within the next year. It's hoped that the death star will help Man City to become the most powerful force in the galaxy. It will have the capability to obliterate entire planets and certainly makes Liverpool's space exploration of the late 80s/early 90s look rather amateur.