Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Johnson Extend Contract

MANCHESTER - Due to always perform satisfactorily every time down, Adam Johnson of Manchester City was awarded the management contract extension until 2015. Previously, the duration of the contract winger is valid until 2014.
Since joining from Middlesbrough in January 2010, Johnson has performed 66 times for City and scored nine goals.
In the middle of the onslaught of new players this season, Johnson's performance remains stable even considered impressive because it has scored four goals in eight games. These notes are almost close nicks his best last season in 2010-11 where he was able to score seven goals.
24-year-old player who is also a regular wing of the English national team is actually being negotiated for months about his contract extension. Thanks to this new contract, the owner of nine caps for the Three Lions will certainly get a raise.
It's just not mentioned how the owner acquired the salary number 11 in the City right now.


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