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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Eric Cantona says that Manchester City won't suceed to emulate Manchester United

Man Utd. legend Cantona warned noisy neighbors Man City that they would never ever be able to emulate Manchester United as long as they depend solely open the money for succeding.

The Eastland outfit last season qualified for the Champions league and won FA cup following an extravagant spending. FA cup was their first trophy for 35 years.

Roberto Mancini has continued spending huge sums of money even this years and as a result has broken Manchester City's previous transfer record by signing Aguero for £38million.

Nonetheless, Cantona believes that Man City won't be able to match Man Utd. on long term if they only depend upon money for success.

Man Utd. are the best team,’ said Cantona, whose move to Old Trafford in 1992 was the catalyst for a golden era. ‘I don’t know how City work, maybe they work on the academy, but today they want to spend to build a team, to buy players.'

He also said that Man City were successful last year but won't be able to match Manchester United as our club brings through young players rather that just depend upon spending crazy sums of money.

Cantona is at Manchester currently as director of soccer at New York Cosmos for a testimonial in honour of Paul Scholes who came into Man Utd. shortly after unexpected parting away with Eric Cantona.

Recently two expensive buys of Man City have been moaning about dissatisfaction of life at Manchester. This proves that just spending big sums of money doesn't guarantee success and a good feeling among players. Cantona also expressed his feelings that happiness on pitch is more important than off the pitch.

He said: ‘The most important thing for me was to play for the best club in the world with some of the best players in the world’.

 ‘The greatest time you can have is on the pitch. I loved Manchester and the people. Every time I come back to Manchester I go to Old Trafford. It’s very special for me and it will be even more so this time.’

He was sitting alongside Cosmos star Pele  in order to promote tomorrow nights Scholes testimonial and argued that Ferguson's claim that Scholes was irreplaceable was wrong.

He added: ‘You can replace players, especially at a club like United with a great manager like Sir Alex Ferguson. Every time a player leaves we think the club can’t win any more and they still win things because they are very strong.’

Van Der Sar bids farewell

Last night there was a testimonial for another departed Old Trafford legend Edwin Van Der Sar. Former United team mates including Ferdinand and Rooney were involved in the match and completed his dream team and won 2-1 against Ajax.

And seems like Tevez has asked a further four days leave to spend with family. He had already been ruled out of Community Shield match but now has asked a further four days leave.

The Argentine wanted to leave Manchester City but might have to start his season in England as nobody has been able to match his price tag in excess of £40m and his huge personal demands. 


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