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Clichy

(klēshē`), suburb N of Paris (1990 pop. 48,204), Hauts-de-Seine dept., N central France. It is a modern industrial city with ironworks; automobile parts, metal products, machinery, electrical products, and plastics are also manufactured. Clichy was once a residence of Merovingian kings and was called Clippiacum in Latin. Dagobert I, king of the Franks, also resided there (7th cent.). The Church of St. Vincent de Paul, named for the saint who was parish priest to Clichy, is a major landmark.
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Any thoughts of a famous fightback soon had to be moderated as Clichy received a second booking for catching Alves high.
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Left-back Clichy said: "Last season was last season - it has gone.
Clichy played three full games at last summer's European Championships, but has since fallen out of favour again and has only featured in only one of Les Bleus' five World Cup qualifiers to date.
Clichy said: "You will have some people who will say City should have done better and who want the manager out.
Clichy further said that if that happens, then it is possible for doubts to cloud the United players' nerves and may get them left behind in the race for the title.
Nasri s'etait blesse lors de la victoire face a Newcastle (3-1) le 15 decembre alors que Clichy s'etait fait mal a l'entraEnement.
An investigation was launched after France international Clichy drew attention to the issue via his Twitter account.
City had 23 shots throughout the game, 10 on target, and Clichy thinks they must improve the scoring ratio, even though they have struck 69 times in 27 league games.
Clichy became the youngest player to win a Premier League winner's medal when, as an 18-year-old, he helped Arsene Wenger's Invincibles lift the title in 2004.
MANCHESTER: Manchester City have signed left back Gael Clichy from Arsenal on a four-year contract Monday, bolstering a squad that finished third in last season's Premier League and won the FA Cup.