Quoted: Milner on Happiness of City Move Despite Lack of Impact

March 24, 2011 by
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James Milner has spoken of his decision to move to Manchester City from Villa having failed to make the impact expected at Eastlands and when asked as to whether the £26m transfer was the right move to make, Milner stated;

“Definitely. I moved to the club to win trophies and play in the Champions League and we’re still on course for that.

“We are also in the semi-finals of the FA Cup. I am delighted with that.

“We didn’t get too caught in all the ‘can you win the league’ talk.

“It is always tough moving teams but I am feeling more at home the longer I am there.”

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2 Comments on Quoted: Milner on Happiness of City Move Despite Lack of Impact

  1. Trev on Thu, 24th Mar 2011 14:01
  2. Come on Jimmy, we know that ain’t true. Come home, or at least come to Villa. I’m sure Randy’l give you a little clause for a cheap transfer back to Leeds if they sort themselves out. Spread love, get love, UTV

  3. Villa Missionary on Thu, 24th Mar 2011 15:03
  4. Why would he want to come back to us for. The money would be crap, the manager not much better, the fans fickle, no chance of Champions League, no chance of reaching a semi final as only 2nd team allowed to play in cup competitions and finally Mr Billy Big B*llocks Young is playing in his position and nobody else is allowed a kick.

    Stay and enjoy the money my son, in four years you will be as slow as Barry, but with your lucre you can afford a runner!

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