Yes. Lucky old City. It's not like every World Cup, Olympics, commonwealth games, euro championships etc have seen large venue constructions. You only think it's shit is because it was the main catalyst that put City into success.
It's more remembering events really.
Anyways, the stadium cost £112m and city are paying £4m a year. Pays for itself in 28 years, or roughly the same timeframe as a mortgage.
Nice to know I'm living in a free house.
Don't see why Manchester City have anything to be guilty for. As you say, Manchester City are paying for their stadium, but on the another note, they're a Manchester club and the stadium was essential to hosting a worldwide event which boosted Manchester considerably. It was a good thing for the city as a whole.
At least Arsenal fans will feel better, their stadium will no longer have the most empty seats in the league.