Manchester City fans are literally 50/50 on whether Yaya Touré should be welcomed back into the Manchester City fold.
There’s a lot going on with Yaya Touré to say the least, so we asked City fans on Twitter whether they would welcome the Ivorian back into the City fold. Early this morning, Yaya Touré issued an apology to Manchester City and the management team, however Dimitri Seluk was quick to stick his oar in.
City fans weren’t very decisive, so we can’t give a definitive answer – over 7,000 votes and 50% say yes, 50% say no!
What do you think, Blues? Should Yaya Touré be welcomed back into the fold after everything that has been said?
— City Watch (@City_Watch) November 3, 2016
Aside from the votes, there were plenty of comments that came in, here’s what City fans had to say:
@City_Watch personally I'd always welcome him back BUT can't see where he fits in now. At all.
— Mark Harris (@Harrisdiver) November 3, 2016
@City_Watch why would a blue say no? He deserves another chance based alone on what he's done for us. Not a discussion.
— Danny Lennon (@danny_motion) November 3, 2016
@city_watch could be useful to hold the midfield in 2nd half of some games.
— Simon Milstayn (@s_milstayn) November 3, 2016
@City_Watch no bc his work rate is awful
— Fernando ☹ (@furrnxndough) November 3, 2016
@City_Watch imagine voting no…. Yaya Touré is bigger than Manchester City. One of the greatest players ever to play in a City shirt.
— Ə. (@SimpIySagna) November 3, 2016
@City_Watch If he is just the lazy Yaya from the past 2 seasons then whats the use, obviously its better to have him in squad than not.
— Shiva Chettri (@shivachettri) November 3, 2016
@City_Watch No. We need to build a team for the future. Yaya's contract expires in a few months.
— Lisa Dennis (@lisa_beth1993) November 3, 2016
@City_Watch No – workrate is woeful – attitude is pitiful – don't get me wrong, been a great player for city BUT that ship has sailed I'm afraid 😕
— Bert van Winkle (@MBerisford) November 3, 2016
@City_Watch best as a 79th minute sub at most.
— Brian Tanguma (@atxdude99) November 4, 2016
@City_Watch can anyone honestly see him playing the high tempo, pressing game? Agent issues aside, we can't carry any player in this system.
— Andy Welch (@andyjhwelch) November 4, 2016