Kun joins City


Yesterday, Argentine hot shot Sergio “Kun” Aguero’s move to English side Manchester City was sealed with the striker signing a 5 year deal with the club which is backed by the wealthy Abu Dhabi Royal Family. Its a really good move by city to bring in Sergio since Tevez is a Time bomb waiting to explode. Anything can happen to him. And moreover city do need some flair in the attacking third and Aguero has lots to offer.

AFAIK he’s the best finisher at the moment. He can chip the ball, blast it, volley it, roll it through the goal keepers legs, round the keeper and slot it into the empty net. He can do everything. Moreover he’s got a very low center of gravity and excellent dribbling skills which make him even more deadly.  At his previous club Atletico Madrid, he formed a deadly partnership with Uruguay star and Golden Boot winner at the 2010 World Cup, Diego Forlan. And the duo played a pivotal role in Atletico’s Europa League success in the 2009-2010 season. Aguero saved Argentina from defeats in the Copa America this year. His goal against Bolivia in the opening game was an example of what he is capable of doing. (His goal video).

He is also the son-in-law of the Argentinian legend Diego Maradona. He was nicknamed “Kun” because when he was young he resembled a Japanese Cartoon character called  Kun. The city team looks really talented. If Mancini can find a way to gel all the players together, City will become a formidable force in the next season.

Here is Aguero’s first interview with City TV. He talks about himself, England, Man City, his teammates among other stuff. Wonder why he talked only to Zabaleta. He could have talked to Tevez right? lol. Carlos might now want to leave the club for sure.

Good luck Sergio!

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