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Man City's Bianchi turned up at Man Utd training.....

New Manchester City signing Rolando Bianchi turned up at Manchester United's training ground on Saturday by mistake!

Bianchi was picked up from Manchester's Lowry Hotel, where he is staying following his £8.8m move from Reggina, and instructed his driver to take him to the Carrington training ground, says the Mirror.

Unfortunately for the hapless Bianchi, the unsuspecting driver took him to United's Carrington training ground, which lies adjacent to City's.

Hmmmmmmm.......:D :D
 

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carlyluvsunited said:
Man City's Bianchi turned up at Man Utd training.....

New Manchester City signing Rolando Bianchi turned up at Manchester United's training ground on Saturday by mistake!

Bianchi was picked up from Manchester's Lowry Hotel, where he is staying following his £8.8m move from Reggina, and instructed his driver to take him to the Carrington training ground, says the Mirror.

Unfortunately for the hapless Bianchi, the unsuspecting driver took him to United's Carrington training ground, which lies adjacent to City's.

Hmmmmmmm.......:D :D

WOW!! All I can say...Man City is a massive club. LOL :p
 

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Palermo may stop Bresciano - AAP



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Mark Bresciano has been told to return to pre-season training at Palermo as his hopes of playing in the English Premier League nose-dived.

The Socceroos midfielder looked destined for Manchester City this week after reports the English club and Italian Serie A outfit Palermo had agreed on a STG4 million (AUS$9.44million) transfer fee.

But disagreements over the payment of the fee have caused a major rift in negotiations, with Palermo now saying Bresciano - who is believed to have already passed a medical at City - should return to Italy.

"City are not respecting the initial terms of our agreement," Palermo's director of sport Rino Foschi said on the club's website.

"The economic plan they proposed today is not the same we had dictated and if the club does not make a step backwards ... it is over, I will no longer give my blessing to the transfer."

"We are not willing to wait any longer. Rules must be respected."

"Manchester City really want Bresciano, but the more time goes on, the more convinced I am nothing will come of it."

"These are not the right conditions to reach an agreement, even if we tried to make the player happy."

"It's difficult to see another ending to this, so the player should meet us at training from Wednesday."

While Bresciano has done little to hide his ambition of playing in England this week - saying he had lost a bit of his edge after spending the past eight years in Italy and was keen for a new challenge - Foschi insisted the Australian would have no problems remaining with the club.

"Bresciano had asked us a while back for this experience in England, but he is nonetheless content at Palermo and is more ready than ever to work with coach Stefano Colantuono, even if he may be a little bitter," Foschi said.

"Bresciano should be grateful to the club, because they gave him the opportunity to follow this dream."

"It was not our fault it didn't come true. I am sure Mark will work hard like the professional he is."


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Damn, i really want him to move!
 
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