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Manchester City DEMAND apology from Bayern Munich president after his sensational claims about their transfer dealings

talkSPORT Sunday, 24 March 2019
Manchester City will demand an apology from Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness over his remarks about their transfer dealings. Hoeness recently made extraordinary claims that owner Sheikh Mansour pays for transfers by ramping up the price of oil. That has incensed club officials at City, who consider the comment to be a slur on the […]
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