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The FIFA decision that could hand Man City a boost this season

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It wasn’t the way David Silva would have imagined ending his decade of service for Manchester City after 11 major trophies (and counting) and a magisterial reign over the Etihad.

If Silva's final contribution in a City shirt is a scrappy 1-0 win FA Cup fifth-round win at Sheffield Wednesday, a 423rd and final appearance for the Blues, it will be a travesty.

According to a report from news agency Reuters, the FIFA working group have proposed that “where an agreement is due to expire at the original end date of a season, such expiry be extended until the new end date of the season”.



However, a FIFA directive could yet come to the aid of City and Silva.

Last summer the 34-year-old announced this would be his final season at the Etihad.

So much about the rest of this season remains unknown, but it seems likely that City won't have to worry about finding a way to keep Silva available to them.

While Vincent Kompany went out in the grandest way possible, hoisting the Premier League and FA Cup on back-to-back weekends and saying goodbye to Manchester on a gloriously sunny day in the city centre, then Silva's unexpected farewell would be the opposite, even if the low-key nature of the goodbye might suit the unassuming Spaniard.
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