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Manchester City's Uefa Cup opponents FC Copenhagen have accused Mark Hughes' side of 'destroying football' ahead of Thursday's clash between the two clubs.
City play their Danish opponents in midweek in the first leg of their last-32 clash having spent heavily in the January transfer window, following on from a summer that saw plenty of new faces at Eastlands.
While a world record bid for Kaka eventually failed to lure the Milan man to Manchester, they were able to attract the likes of Wayne Bridge, Craig Bellamy and Shay Given, plus Nigel de Jong, who is not eligible to play.
Copenhagen boss Stale Solbakken, who experienced English football in his playing days at Wimbledon, remains unimpressed by City's lavish spending.
"The amounts of money that have been mentioned are incredible," Solbakken told Ekstra-Bladet.
"I think that such incredible sums will take part in destroying football.
"They are creating too big a mental distance between what we call reality and then Manchester City."
Although he did not mention the failed attempt to sign Brazilian superstar Kaka, Solbakken could have been referring to it with a stinging attack on how much difference the money being invested in City will actually make.
"The hardest part for City is that they, by tradition, are not a big football club and therefore all the money in the world does not make a difference for them," Solbakken said.
"They brought in Wayne Bridge even though he is only marginally better than what they had already and that says how hard it is to get the best players even though you have lots of money."
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Beware Black Cats crossing your path. That would have been sage advice to the trio of Premier League title contenders in the last week of March as Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea all prepared to face Sunderland at home in the run-in.
Check out our player ratings from Sunderland's shock win at Chelsea and give your own verdict here.
Tottenham weren’t at their best on Saturday, but it rarely looked likely to be a problem. Christian Eriksen’s wicked dead-ball delivery did for Fulham as Spurs emerged as 3-1 winners to make it seven points from nine in April. They’ve scored 11 goals in the process too.
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Demba Ba's representatives have told Sky Sports News that they do not expect the Newcastle striker to join Chelsea
Seamus Coleman has signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract with Everton.
Sky Sports understands Queens Park Rangers are in talks with Liverpool over a move for Joe Cole.
Manager Harry Redknapp has refused to give up hope after his ailing QPR side were soundly beaten by Liverpool.
Stoke's Steven Nzonzi can face Manchester City on New Year's Day after appealing against his red card.