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RealMadrid43v3r2010-05-09 11:32:56 +0000 #1
The German coach has not talked about the Brazilian since he forced a move to Manchester City on transfer deadline day but has now issued a compliment and a criticism in one fell swoop.

Robinho's decision to leave Madrid upset Schuster, but his choice of club appears to have confused Los Merengues' trainer despite the Citizens' new found wealth.

"Personally, it was a real disappointment because Robinho had everything he needed here to be a success and we wanted him," Schuster told reporters.

"But we have to understand his dream to be a good player in a mediocre team in England and we have to respect that."

Schuster than revealed his frustration with the Sergio Ramos saga after Madrid claimed that the defender returned from international duty with a groin injury.

While the Spanish Football Federation deny he suffered a problem with them, the player is set to miss the Champions League date with BATE and the coach explained why.

"I want my players to be completely fit and I do not want then to go somewhere and then later on I cannot play them. I have to show that I am upset," he added.

LMAO, I wonder what Man City or Robinho will say about that

Raul_Madrid#72010-05-09 11:48:27 +0000 #2
lol yeah the team were he wants to be the best player in the world. have fun robinho!
Snake2010-05-09 12:22:17 +0000 #3
lol,....i know, can someone after leaving clubs like real madrid or barca say things like "im so happy and it was a dream for me to come to a club like this"
Gunner2010-05-09 12:02:11 +0000 #4
Man City is a mediocre club, but soon to be looking at big things. The money they have is stupid.

Robinho will have a few good moments with Man City but to become the player he says he wants to be 'the best' he will probably have to play for chelsea, man u, liverpool or arsenal and i think he will do that.
RealMadrid43v3r2010-05-09 13:27:44 +0000 #5
Now that i think about it. The people that bought man city are idiots, they should have bought Atl. Madrid, Sevilla, Villareal, or Roma. The top four from the epl won't let man city succeed while they could have had chances in spain or italy.
Gunner2010-05-09 12:38:11 +0000 #6
Its a project for the near future, but even so straight away theyve got players like Jo, Robinho, SWP, etc

It wont be long till there is a big 5.
COMEGATOS2010-05-09 13:34:29 +0000 #7

Originally Posted by Captain Fury

lol,....i know, can someone after leaving clubs like real madrid or barca say things like "im so happy and it was a dream for me to come to a club like this"

LOL funny your saying that..I mean cause of Giovanni you know

Man city might be a mediocre team but at least they dont buy a 100 amazing players and keeps the on the bench some club I know...

But Oh well...Shucster should just be happy they wont la liga last season....and also the amazing champions league....oh wait....they didnt....
Mtroyo2010-05-09 12:50:30 +0000 #8
...I think this was really unprofessional. I am kind of embarassed to know that the Manager of my favorite football club said something like this to the press...



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