Manchester on Football

On the 13th of this month the St Ambrose School Report team went to Deansgate into the RISE Café.

 The sports team decided to go to the Football Museum of Manchester for some interviews on the two biggest teams in Manchester: City and United.

The first person interviewed was a Manchester City fan called Mike. We firstly asked him ‘What do you think about the recent transfer talk between Manchester City and young Schalke 04 player Leroy Sane, following the bid of €50 million?’ He replied with, ‘ I don’t really watch the Bundesliga so I would not know how good he is, but if he is young and they are paying €50 million for him, I believe it is too much!’

We also asked about the new badge and he told us, ‘ I am really looking forward to having a change in badge as it looks more retro and on the current badge we have 3 random stars for no reason.’ Finally we asked, ‘Where do you think Pep Guardiola will go to at the end of the season?’ and he replied with, ‘ I believe he will come to Manchester but I don’t know which team.’

After the interview with Mike we talked to James, a Manchester United fan, who was interested in talking to us. After asking ‘What do you think about Felipe Anderson?’ he replied with, ‘I don’t know much about him, however from what I’ve heard he would be very good addition to our squad.’

We also asked him ‘Where do you think Pep Guardiola will go?’ James replied with, ‘ I don’t know where he will go, and I’m happy with Louis Van Gaal at the club, but if he was to join us then it would increase our chance of another title!’

That brought the sports team to the end of a very fun and eventful day thanks to the RISE Company for being such a gracious host.


By Cameron

Author: sabrchs

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