Manchester City defender Micah Richards explains the problems a magpie can face
Micah Richards, the former Manchester City defender who was part of the Nationals squad at the time a Saudi investor took over the club, as Newcastle fans recall, Recently purchased, that “although there is a lot of money, things will not be easy.”
He began by saying in an opinion piece he wrote, “There’s a sense of relief, being able to dream again, everything opened up with this investment. The scenario has changed. However, they can’t believe they won’t have any more problems.” In the “Daily Mail”. He continued: “The first challenge is to gain credibility. I’m sure many fans think they can now buy Messi, Mbappe and Neymar. It doesn’t work that way, far from it. Everton has spent close to 600 million euros on players, but the biggest names don’t. Still Wayne Rooney and James Rodriguez.”
Richards also noted the rapid rise of Manchester City and the consequences it has had.
“The arrival of Robinho was very important in 2008. Suddenly we attracted players like De Jong, Carlos Tevez and Patrick Vieira, who wouldn’t normally be within our reach. We can talk about money, but that’s not the only thing that will convince the player. We are used to receiving criticism during matches. : “You’d be in third place if it wasn’t for the oil money” or “You’re just a fucking oil club.”
Currently, in the role of commentator on “BBC Sports”, the Englishman also lamented the fact that many of the players who are currently in the club do not have a place in the near future. “I imagine there is a lot of excitement for the journey they can take, but many of those who are out there now won’t stay. I know what this is. How many will be in the Champions League starting eleven now?”
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