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Man City's defenders are 'too weak to win the league'

MailOnline Saturday, 12 August 2017
Man City's defenders are 'too weak to win the league'Manchester City are being tipped to win the title after their summer spending spree, but Jamie Redknapp says they need one key player to go all the way - defender Virgil van Dijk.
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browncheeks @PeterMooreLFC City spent more on two fullbacks then we did as a team, very weak defenders we have as well, asking to be demolished 1 week ago

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шоке ♌ @NkuliMahlangu Which is why I stopped laughing at City for buying so many defenders because I know it sucks having… https://t.co/cbn6YlhG0v 1 week ago

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junior Henry Onaji @889BrilaFM Criminal sets of defenders 4rm man city today is a weak point,twin striker does not fit a ball passing… https://t.co/d6LaRcbA88 1 week ago

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Anthony Campbell @Gabbidon35 Both defenses look very weak City's Central defenders and Liverpool's left back. Could be any score this 1 week ago

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