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City's Onuoha set to snub Toon move

Manchester City midfielder Nedum Onuoha is set to snub a move to Newcastle United by pledging his future to the Manchester-based club, reports The Sunday Sun.

United failed in a public transfer melee in January to capture the highly-rated central defender, who can also play in both fullback positions.

City might however be willing to offload several of their current squad members in the summer, including Michael Johnson, and Brazilian midfielder Elano - both of whom were January targets of the Magpies.






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Writer: Mehzeb Chowdhury Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 9 2009

Time: 6:44AM

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Hey guys, don't think Ned will be leaving us this summer. He's been playing regularly (and well) so, there you go. Mind you it's in the Sun so it must be true. Then again only last week they printed an apology for saying that we were going to buy Messi from Barca. If you want to come back with 10 million for the injury prone Michael Johnson (fab player-when he's fit) we might listen! Who knows eh. And I see that 68% of fans want King Kev back, is he really the answer to all your problems? He was amazing at City burt I wouldn't have him back. Don't worry tho' you're too good to go down.
kennyclementstache
Hey guys, don't think Ned will be leaving us this summer. He's been playing regularly (and well) so, there you go. Mind you it's in the Sun so it must be true. Then again only last week they printed an apology for saying that we were going to buy Messi from Barca. If you want to come back with 10 million for the injury prone Michael Johnson (fab player-when he's fit) we might listen! Who knows eh. And I see that 68% of fans want King Kev back, is he really the answer to all your problems? He was amazing at City burt I wouldn't have him back. Don't worry tho' you're too good to go down.
kennyclementstache
 

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