Why not give them a taste of their own medicine!
Brazilian striker Robinho is unhappy with life at Manchester City according to a report in Spanish publication Sport.
It is reported that Robinho told journalists in Brazil that he is deeply dissatisfied with his current time in the Premier League.
The move to Eastlands is understood to have been very beneficial to him financially as he is on better terms than he was on at Real Madrid but it is said that Robinho has failed to develop an understanding with Citizens manager, Mark Hughes.
The striker is reportedly unnerved by the arrivals of Carlos Tevez and Emmanuel Adebayor at the City of Manchester Stadium as they provide stiff competition for a starting place, while his place on the national side is also suggested to be under threat.
To add to his apparent woes, Robinho is set for up to a month on the sidelines and a convincing display by City in the 4-2 win over Arsenal may result in the 25-year-old finding it difficult to re-establish himself in the first team. (Goal.com)
Seeing how Man City have made a habit out of picking up/unsettling players who are not feeling so happy at their clubs, such as Adebayor, Lescott, Toure, Barry or Tevez, why don’t we make our move on Robinho?
The Brazilian doesn’t appear happy at Eastlands and may find it hard to come to terms with perhaps not being a first team regular, so in the same way as they came in for our Carlito, maybe we should do unto them what they did unto us? Also the former Real Madrid man is a damn good player, so it would be a win/win thing.
Clearly this is a little tongue in cheek but one point worth making is that Citeh are in danger of becoming a club that everyone dislikes. They will do so if they continue to purchase mercenaries who anger their former clubs at every given opportunity.