So, with Manchester City selling Joe Hart to Burnley for a whopping £3.5m recently, the City owners have decided to look into naming a training pitch after him. I think this is fecking ridiculous. Yes, Man City probably have upwards of 15 training pitches in their grounds, but for real? Joe Hart, a legend? I really don't see it myself. He was a quality keeper for 3-4 years between 2010 - 2014, but I think after that he's just gone downhill and has had no drive to improve himself since. City Chairman, Al Mubarak has even come out and said himself; Joe Hart's contribution to Manchester City cannot be overstated. Come on, 3-4 years of good football and his contribution 'cannot be overstated'. The guy has been at Man City since 2006. That is 12 years of football at one of England's best clubs, and only 33% of his time there has been successful and now the owners want to name a training pitch after him. Literally, you could rattle off 6-7 players in the current City squad that are bigger 'legends' for the club than Joe Hart! Agree or Disagree?