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Postby cockney hammer on Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:18 am

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Tug of War: Hughes and Allardyce battle for Bhoys star


Kenyan international on the radar for London clubs across the capital
Wanted man: Victor Wanyama of Celtic Wanted man: Victor Wanyama of Celtic


London rivals Queen’s Park Rangers and West Ham United are set to bid for Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama.

The 20-year-old Kenyan international has stunned the Scottish Premier League champions by telling them that he wants to test himself in England’s top-flight after a successful first season at Parkhead.

But Celtic will slap a £7million fee on Wanyama, a bargain £900,000 buy from Belgian outfit Beerschot AC last summer, as he still has three years to run on his contract.



Now QPR’s Mark Hughes and Hammers boss Sam Allardyce will go to head-to-head to try and lure him to the Capital.

Wanyama’s preferred position is central midfield anchor man but he also starred in defence when Celtic boss Neil Lennon used him as a centre back.





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What About Stech, Barrera & Montenegro-Martinez?



Amidst the ongoing speculation about incoming deals, there are three players contracted to the club who have major question marks over their future. The players in question are Marek Stech, Paulo Barrera and Brian Montehegro-Martinez. Stech is a young Czech keeper of unquestioned potential. He has first team experience, mostly in cup matches, and he has always given a very good account of himself. For some reason Ruud Boffin seemed to get ahead of Stech in terms of covering for Rob Green over the last couple of seasons. Latterly, he has found himself out on serial loans to lower divison clubs.The rumour circulating was that he had refused a contract extension and the terms of his move to West Ham meant that one more first team appearance triggered a clause necessitating a £700,00 bonus payment to the selling club in the Czech Republic. Is that true? I have no idea, but it does seem to explain why he was not brought back from loan last season, even after Boffin fell out of favour.

So, what is his contract situation? Is he just seeing out his current contract before moving on a Bosman? I for one hope that this is not the case. I would like to see him stayat the club and compete with Henderson and Jaaskelainen for the keepers jersey. That would be an interesting stable of keepers, with two good, young keepers backing up one of vast experience. Would it work? I do not see why not. Both Henderson and Stech would learn a great deal from working with Jussi and the incentive will be there for both of them to compete to succeed him in the first team. I know that there is a strong case of going for a third, more experienced keeper like Robinson or Gordon, but if Stech stays we could possibly end up with Jaaskelainen-Henderson-Stech as our first team squad goal keepers.

Pablo Barrera's situation is also intriguing. After a poor first season under Grant's management, the club loaned Barrera to Spanish club, Real Zaragosa, for the whole of last season. If he was signed on a three year contact, then that means he is coming in to the final year of his current deal. It is interesting that his recent performances with the Mexican national team have been closely followed by the club website. It could just be a 'filler' to put new news on the web in the quiet early summer period or it could be a conscious policy to raise his profile with fans ahead of a return next season. The latter scenerio seems unlikely, but stranger things have happened. Certainly, if Barrera is in his final year then the club will either be looking to agree an extension or will move him out for a fee of some sort. If interested club cannot agree a deal with West Ham and decide to wait for his contract to expire, then the club will have the choice of either utilising him next season or getting him off the wage bill with another season long loan. Barrera's situation is interesting and we will have to see which way that one goes?

A third player with a current question mark over his future is South American loanee Brian Montenegro-martinez, whose one year loan deal is due to expire soon. No doubt the loan deal came with an option to buy this summer. Montenegro-Martinez is only 18 years of age and featured regularly for the Development Squad last season. During those games he impressed with his skill, pace and goal scoring ability. I would hope that the club will have seen enough to agree a deal for the young goal scoring winger, but we shall have to see? It would seem that Christian Montano has earnt a new cotract with the club, so it remains to be seen if there is room for both of them at the club?

Finally, a word on Sam Baldock's position. There are various rumours that the club will either sell Baldock or put him out on loan next season. The strongest speculation is that Baldock's future is tied up with West Ham's negotiations for Palace's Wilfred Zaha. The story is that Palace want Baldock on a permanent deal, in part-exchange for Zaha. While the Hammers are offering a higher fee for Zaha and Baldock on a one year loan. I could certainly see West Ham being tempted to sacrifice Baldock in order to land a player of Zaha's ability, but it all depends how highly Allardyce and co rate Baldock's potential. We shall see, but there is little doubt that Baldock would benefit from a season of regular football at Championship level. It would probably answer many of the questions about his potential, but if a part-exchange deal was the only way that we could land Zaha, would that force the club's hand?

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David Moyes could quit Everton if the club decides to sell defender Leighton Baines to Manchester United.

Daily Mirror

Real Madrid have dropped their interest in Manchester City's David Silva, and will compete with Chelsea for Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini.

Metro

Chelsea are set to sign Anderlecht starlet Charly Musonda, 15, rated as one of the hottest prospects in European football.

Daily Mail

Celtic's Victor Wanyama is determined to push through a move to England, with several Premier League clubs interested in the 20-year-old. Full story: Daily Record


France midfielder Yohan Cabaye believes stopping Steven Gerrard is the key to defeating England.

Daily Mail

Ray Parlour insists Arsene Wenger is partly to blame for Russia star Andrey Arshavin's failure to shine with Arsenal.

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Teddy Sheringham believes the lack of expectation around England could work in their favour - just as it did in 1996.

Daily Mirror
The long wait is finally over for Republic of Ireland's Richard Dunne


Netherlands boss Bert Van Marwijk is refusing to lay the blame for his side's shock defeat to Denmark at the misfiring feet of Robin van Persie.

Daily Mail

Andres Iniesta believes the Barcelona versus Real Madrid rivalry must be put aside if Spain are to remain European champions.

Mail on Sunday

Richard Dunne has waited ten years to take his tournament bow with the Republic of Ireland.
Mail on Sunday



Harry Redknapp could be close to leaving Tottenham for a lucrative job in the Middle East as his contract talks rumble on.
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Mail on Sunday

New Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is planning to move the Villa Park dug-outs so he can be closer to the Holte End fans.

Birmingham Evening Mail

Wolves are close to signing Lillestrom striker Bjorn Bergmann Sigurdarson for £3m.

Express & Star

Fulham are keen to sign Newcastle's Danny Simpson, with QPR and Norwich waiting in the wings.

Newcastle Chronicle

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has been impressed with the quality of candidates for the Swans' managerial vacancy.

South Wales Evening Post


Netherlands midfielder Wesley Sneijder produced a stunning backheel volley during training - in sharp contrast to his side's poor finishing against Denmark.

Metro

The Football Association has booked a jet to bring the England squad back from Euro 2012 on June 20 - the day after their final group match.







Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama wants a summer switch to England after an impressive debut season in Scotland. (Daily Record)

Celtic face competition from Huddersfield and Charlton for experienced Republic of Ireland midfielder Keith Andrews. (Daily Record)

Celtic are also interested in Swedish defender Mattias Bjarsmyr, who is in dispute with Greek club Panathinaikos over unpaid wages. (Herald)

Hearts director Sergejus Fedotovas says the club have a shortlist of managerial targets and aim to have a new man in place by the beginning of July. (Various)

Portuguese coach Jose Couceiro is being strongly linked with a move to Tynecastle. (Various)

Out-of-contract Hearts midfielder Ian Black has knocked back offers from MK Dons and Portsmouth. (Daily Express)

If manager Ally McCoist is allowed to strengthen his team, Rangers will bid for Chelsea left-back Ben Gordon, who has had two loan spells at Kilmarnock. (Daily Express)

Rino Gattuso has warned Rangers that they risk losing his offer to return to Ibrox on a cut-price deal if their problems aren't resolved quickly. (Daily Mail)

New Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is keen on a move for Scotland midfielder Robert Snodgrass, who has a year to run on his contract at Leeds. (Various)

And new West Brom manager Steve Clarke is interested in bringing Scotland keeper Craig Gordon to the Hawthorns. (Various)

Paul Cairney is still waiting to see if he can clinch a move to Hibs now the midfielder is out of contract with Partick Thistle. (Various)

Teenage striker Stevie May is ready to pledge his future to St Johnstone. (Daily Record)

Former Aberdeen forward Chris Maguire is set to end his unhappy spell at Derby with a move to Sheffield Wednesday. (Daily Record)







VAN PERSIE CITY MOVE 'IMPOSSIBLE'
Robin van Persie's father has claimed it would be "impossible" for his son to join Man City.

MacDONALD TO LEAVE VILLA
Aston Villa have confirmed first-team coach Kevin MacDonald is to leave the club.

DJOUROU LOOKS AT ITALIAN JOB - AGENT
Johan Djourou is keen to leave Arsenal for a club in Italy, according to his agent.

KRUL COMMITTED TO NEWCASTLE
Tim Krul has brushed off speculation about his future, insisting he is happy at Newcastle.

GAMBERINI ATTRACTING ENGLISH INTEREST
Reported Everton target Alessandro Gamberini has attracted approaches from England and Germany.

GREEN EYES QUICK RANGERS EXIT
Charles Green has admitted he plans to spend less than a year at Rangers.

LEWANDOWSKI DODGES UNITED QUESTIONS
Robert Lewandowski dodged questions linking him with Man Utd after Poland's draw with Greece.

GREEN WOULD WELCOME GATTUSO RETURN
Charles Green has indicated he is ready to sanction Gennaro Gattuso's return to Rangers.

BARNSLEY SIGN KELVIN ETUHU
Barnsley have made their first signing of the summer, bringing in Kelvin Etuhu from Portsmouth.

KRANJCAR COMPLETES DYNAMO SWITCH
Dynamo Kiev have announced the signing of Tottenham midfielder Niko Kranjcar.

DERBY SNUB FRESH SHACKELL BID
Derby have rejected another bid for highly-rated defender Jason Shackell.

WEST BROM APPOINT STEVE CLARKE
Steve Clarke has been named West Brom head coach on a two-year deal.

MICHAEL OWEN ON STOKE'S RADAR
Stoke manager Tony Pulis is keeping tabs on Michael Owen now the striker is a free agent.

NORWICH EXTEND RUSSELL MARTIN DEAL
Norwich City defender Russell Martin has signed a new three-year contract at the club.

STEVE BRUCE TAKES HULL CITY REINS
Hull have appointed former Sunderland boss Steve Bruce as their new manager.

COUNCIL WANT TO HELP CHELSEA
Chelsea could get help from Hammersmith and Fulham Council to upgrade Stamford Bridge.

BEN ARFA HAPPY AT NEWCASTLE
Hatem Ben Arfa says he is happy to stay at Newcastle - unless a "bigger" club comes knocking.

DEMBELE HAPPY TO REMAIN WITH COTTAGERS
Fulham's Mousa Dembele has no intention of leaving the club this summer.

CHA DEPARTS FOR FORTUNA
Cha Du-Ri has left Celtic to join German outfit Fortuna Dusseldorf.

GATTUSO 'HOLDS RANGERS TALKS'
Gennaro Gattuso's agent has revealed that the midfielder is desperate to seal a return to Rangers.

MONTELLA SET FOR FIORENTINA POST
Fiorentina are reportedly set to unveil Vincenzo Montella as their new coach later today.

INTER SWOOP FOR PALACIO
Inter Milan have completed the signing of Argentina striker Rodrigo Palacio from Genoa.

UDINESE SIGN WILLIANS
Udinese have signed Brazilian midfielder Willians from Flamengo, the Friuli club have confirmed.

LAZIO DISMISS YILMAZ RUMOURS
Lazio have quashed speculation that they are close to signing Trabzonspor striker Burak Yilmaz.

CHRIS HUGHTON IS NEW NORWICH BOSS
Chris Hughton has been unveiled as the new Norwich manager - and wants Grant Holt to stay.

NO HOLLOWAY APPROACH FROM SWANSEA
Blackpool have not received an approach from Swansea to speak to Ian Holloway.

SERGIO LEAVES HEARTS AS TALKS FAIL
Manager Paulo Sergio is leaving Hearts after rejecting the offer of a new contract.

CLARKE IN RUNNING FOR WEST BROM JOB
Steve Clarke is reportedly in contention to become West Brom's new manager.

POGREBNYAK EYES FULHAM RETURN
Russia international Pavel Pogrebnyak is receptive to striking a deal with Fulham.

PAUL LAMBERT PLANS FRESH FACES
Paul Lambert has already identified several new faces he would like to bring to Villa Park.

CELTIC CLOSE ON FRASER FORSTER
Celtic are set for talks with Fraser Forster's agent as they look to tie up a deal for the Newcastle 'keeper.

ASAMOAH TEMPTED BY ENGLAND MOVE
Udinese's Kwadwo Asamoah has not ruled out the possibility of moving to the Premier League.

MULLER WILLING TO LISTEN TO OFFERS
Thomas Muller has hinted he could be persuaded to leave Bayern Munich this summer.

SANNINO TAKES CHARGE AT PALERMO
Palermo have confirmed the appointment of Giuseppe Sannino as their new coach.

MILAN CLUBS BATTLING FOR SILVESTRE
Inter Milan and AC Milan are in the race to sign Argentina defender Matias Silvestre this summer.

ROMA RULE OUT MOVE FOR ROSSI
Roma have ruled themselves out of the running to sign Villarreal forward Giuseppe Rossi.

CARR REWARDED WITH MAGPIES CONTRACT
Newcastle's influential chief scout Graham Carr has signed an eight-year contract.

INZAGHI SET TO REVEAL FUTURE PLANS
Veteran striker Filippo Inzaghi will reveal where his future lies early next week.

TOKELY MAKES ROSS COUNTY MOVE
Ross County have confirmed the signing of Ross Tokely after he quit Highland rivals Inverness.

O'BRIEN SIGNS NEW TYKES DEAL
Barnsley forward Jim O'Brien has agreed a new two-year deal at Oakwell.

BUDDIES DEAL FOR PARKIN
Sam Parkin has joined St Mirren on a one-year contract after a short spell at Queen of the South.

ALMOND PENS NEW SEASIDERS DEAL
Young striker Louis Almond has agreed a new contract with Blackpool.

POSH COMPLETE SWANSON DEAL
Peterborough have completed the signing of midfielder Danny Swanson on a two-year contract.

BLASZCZYKOWSKI IN NO RUSH OVER FUTURE
Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jakub Blaszczykowski will discuss his future with the club after Euro 2012.

LELL TO LEAVE HERTHA
Christian Lell is one of four Hertha Berlin players to be shown the door this summer.

VERTONGHEN SPURS MOVE CLOSE - AGENT
Jan Vertonghen could complete his move to Tottenham this week, according to his agent.

CHRIS HUGHTON TO TALK TO NORWICH
Birmingham have "reluctantly" granted permission for Norwich to talk to Chris Hughton.

STEVE CLARKE LEAVES LIVERPOOL
Steve Clarke has left Liverpool in the wake of Brendan Rodgers' appointment as manager.

LAMBERT DETERMINED TO MAKE MARK
Paul Lambert vowed to give everything to bring success as he was unveiled by Aston Villa.

CARLOS TEVEZ REVEALS BOCA DREAM
Carlos Tevez is happy in England but would like to end his career at Boca Juniors.

GYLFI TO SWITCH SWANS FOR LIVERPOOL?
Iceland midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson admits he would be interested in a move to Liverpool.

KRANJCAR CLOSE TO SPURS EXIT
Niko Kranjcar appears to have confirmed he is set to leave Tottenham for Dynamo Kiev.

IVANOVIC DENIES 'AGENT' CLAIMS
Branislav Ivanovic has denied comments from someone purporting to be his agent.

CERNY EXTENDS QPR STAY
Radek Cerny has agreed a new deal with QPR that will see him stay until next summer.

NO TRUTH IN CLYNE RUMOURS - PARISH
Crystal Palace have denied Newcastle have contacted them about a deal for Nathaniel Clyne.

TADE AGREES ST JOHNSTONE DEAL
Former Inverness striker Gregory Tade will be playing for St Johnstone next season.

KAGAWA NOT ABOUT SHIRT SALES - UNITED
Man United insist the purchase of Shinji Kagawa is not motivated by commercial reasons.

NAISMITH AGENT - NO HAMMERS BID
Steven Naismith's agent has denied West Ham are trying to sign the Rangers striker.

IBRAHIMOVIC REFUTES PSG RUMOURS
AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has quashed speculation linking him with a move to PSG.

BRUNO PERONE LEAVES QPR
Defender Bruno Perone has left QPR after his contract expired.







HODGSON: WE'RE NOT SCARED OF FRANCE
Roy Hodgson insists England's players are not "cowed" by the prospect of facing France.

YOUNG THRIVES ON PRESSURE TO PERFORM
Ashley Young admits he "thrives on pressure" ahead of England's opener against France.

HAT-TRICK HERO MESSI SINKS BRAZIL
Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick as Argentina edged out rivals Brazil 4-3 in a thrilling friendly

Argentina 4 Brazil 3
International friendly in New Jersey.

GOMEZ GOAL REPAYS LOW FAITH
Joachim Low felt Mario Gomez's winner for Germany against Portugal justified his selection.

GOMEZ GOAL REPAYS LOW FAITH
Post-match reaction to Germany's 1-0 victory over Portugal.

RUSSIA FACING DISCIPLINARY ACTION
UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings against Russia over the conduct of their fans.

VAN MARWIJK RUES MISSED CHANCES
Bert van Marwijk refused to criticise Robin van Persie after Holland's 1-0 defeat to Denmark.

VAN MARWIJK RUES MISSED CHANCES
Post-match reaction to Denmark's 1-0 victory over Holland.

Germany 1 Portugal 0
Euro 2012 Group B at Arena Lviv.

GOMEZ GIVES GERMANY WINNING START
Mario Gomez's header gave Germany a 1-0 win over Portugal 1-0 in their Euro 2012 clash.

BILIC REVEALS RESPECT FOR IRISH
Croatia coach Slaven Bilic is not expecting any surprises from Giovanni Trapattoni on Sunday.

Germany 1 Portugal 0
Pictures from the Group B clash between Germany and Portugal at Arena Lviv in Lviv.

KEANE WANTS REPEAT OF CROATIA SUCCESS
Robbie Keane hopes history repeats itself as he goes head-to-head with Croatia's Stipe Pletikosa.

Holland 0 Denmark 1
Euro 2012 Group B at Metalist Stadium.

GREAT DANES UPSET HOLLAND
Denmark caused the first major shock at Euro 2012, defeating a star-studded Holland 1-0.

TRAP URGES IRELAND TO AVOID MISTAKES
Giovanni Trapattoni has warned the Republic of Ireland to expect the unexpected against Croatia.

HODGSON - RIO'S NO SUBSTITUTE
Roy Hodgson has revealed the "football reasons" behind Rio Ferdinand's England snub.

EURO 2012 DETAILS
The teams, goalscorers, bookings, substitutions and attendances from Saturday night's games.

TRAPATTONI NAMES STRONGEST SIDE
Giovanni Trapattoni will field the strongest possible Republic of Ireland side to face Croatia.







DAILY MAIL

Harry Redknapp is close to parting company with Tottenham and could leave before the end of the month.

Harry on the brink: Redknapp 'close to the end' at Spurs... and City supremo could offer escape route

Also: England star Ashley Young has revealed that he first suffered racial abuse on a football pitch when he was just 11 years old.

Young: I was racially abused when I was just 11, UEFA have got to clamp down on it
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THE SUN

Frank Lampard is urging England to conquer Europe the Chelsea way.

Ashley Young has revealed how he was racially abused at the age of eleven while playing park football...Rafael van der Vaart blasted his own team after Holland's Euro 2012 dream was left in tatters.
DAILY MIRROR

Roy Hodgson never considered a Rio Ferdinand recall for Euro 2012.

Holland paid a hefty price for some shocking finishing as they suffered an opening game defeat to Denmark.
DAILY STAR

England boss Roy Hodgson last night pleaded with his players: You have been excellent in training - now play like that against France.

New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is chasing unsettled Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge.
DAILY EXPRESS

Roy Hodgson issued a warning to his England players on the eve of their opening Euro 2012 game against France: 'Don't let me or the nation down.'

Ashley Young has confessed he was racially abused as an 11-year-old as the issue threatens to disfigure Euro 2012.
THE TIMES

Rio Ferdinand was never considered for a late recall into England's European Championship campaign by Roy Hodgson, who implored his players last night not to undermine his judgment by 'conning the country' in the forthcoming Euro 2012 campaign.

In the so-called 'Group of Death' the corpses are not necessarily collected early but, in Euro 2012's version of Hangman's Alley, Denmark's surprise win means Holland already have a noose around their neck.
THE OBSERVER

Roy Hodgson takes his England squad to Donetsk for tomorrow's game against France insisting he has made the right decision not to bring in Rio Ferdinand as Gary Cahill's replacement and rejecting allegations that the Manchester United player was excluded because of his broken relationship with John Terry.

Concerns over racist abuse by fans at Euro 2012 have increased after claims that the Czech Republic's only black player was targeted with monkey chants during their defeat by Russia on Friday.
DAILY TELEGRAPH

Roy Hodgson has challenged his England players 'not to let the nation down' at Euro 2012, which starts for England against France in Donetsk tomorrow.

The European Championship was hit by fresh allegations of racism yesterday, as it was claimed Czech Republic defender Theodor Gebre Selassie was abused by Russian supporters.
THE INDEPENDENT

Roy Hodgson declared last night that he had not given a last-minute recall of Rio Ferdinand to the England ranks the slightest consideration, though he acknowledged that he would have to have been living 'on the planet Mars' not to have been aware of the John Terry race case that would have made a call-up potentially inflammatory.

Pre-tournament fears of racism in Poland and Ukraine have already been realised but Ashley Young is adamant that nothing will distract him when England begin their campaign tomorrow.
THE PEOPLE

Roy Hodgson sends his England stars into battle against France insisting: I'll feel conned if these lads don't deliver.

Laurent Blanc is the sensational favourite within Old Trafford to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson as the next manager of Manchester United...Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has vowed to walk on to the pitch and give Mario Balotelli a hug if the striker is subjected to racist abuse against Spain in Gdansk tonight...Joey Barton wants to be a coach when he hangs up his boots - but skipped his first lesson to play golf...Michael Krohn-Delhi stunned Euro 2012's Group of Death with a superb strike as Denmark stormed to a 1-0 win over much-fancied Holland.






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Re: sunday's news 10th june includes west ham

Postby Hammer110 on Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:24 am

Cheers CH.
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Postby Galwayman on Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:34 am

Thanks CH...
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Postby orpingtonhammer on Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:37 am

Thanks CH, this came up on twitter this morning. Not heard of him before

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Postby cockney hammer on Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:41 am

orpingtonhammer wrote:Thanks CH, this came up on twitter this morning. Not heard of him before

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mot heard of him can nour american hammers add anything about this bloke :thup:
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Postby LeeWHU88 on Sun Jun 10, 2012 9:46 am

Cheers CH.

Harry Redknapp could be close to leaving Tottenham for a lucrative job in the Middle East as his contract talks rumble on.
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wonder how that got in there lee :eh: :
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Postby Muddy on Sun Jun 10, 2012 10:13 am

Cheers CH.
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Postby RyanWHUFC on Sun Jun 10, 2012 10:15 am

Cheers CH :thup:

So this Wanyama is meant to be a holding midfielder, not really heard much of him so not sure what to make of it.
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Postby Adie64 on Sun Jun 10, 2012 10:23 am

Thanks CH, :thup:
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Postby ham34mer on Sun Jun 10, 2012 10:52 am

The club Wanyama came from - "Belgian outfit Beerschot AC" - great name!!

Sounds like one of those made up fantasy football ones!!! :lol:
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Postby dapablo on Sun Jun 10, 2012 11:03 am

RyanWHUFC wrote:So this Wanyama is meant to be a holding midfielder, not really heard much of him so not sure what to make of it.


It is perfectly feasible to have no opinion whatsoever and just wait and see.

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ham34mer wrote:The club Wanyama came from - "Belgian outfit Beerschot AC" - great name!!

Sounds like one of those made up fantasy football ones!!! :lol:



it is pronounced bearschot as in the animal bear only reason i know thatis that it is the club i follow in belgium or should say look out for there results
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THE SUN:

West Brom are keen to land Ben Foster on a permanent deal from Birmingham after a successful loan spell last season.

Ramires has admitted he would consider a move to former club Cruzeiro.

Crystal Palace have made a move for former Norwich striker Aaron Wilbraham.

Jason Roberts is in talks with Reading over a new two-year deal.

SUNDAY MIRROR:

David Moyes could quit Everton if the club decides to sell defender Leighton Baines to Manchester United.

Tottenham are ready to tie down star man Gareth Bale to a new deal to end speculation over his future.

West Brom Steve Clarke is looking to sign Rob Green on a free transfer after the keeper left West Ham.

Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood fears Robin van Persie will quit the club if he receives a lucrative offer from another club.

QPR and West Ham are ready to go head to head for Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama.

THE PEOPLE:

Laurent Blanc is the sensational favourite within Old Trafford to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson as the next manager of Manchester United.

Joey Barton wants to be a coach when he hangs up his boots - but skipped his first lesson to play golf.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is ready to turn to Wigan's Victor Moses if he fails to land Manchester City's Adam Johnson.

Tottenham are eyeing Dutch duo Swansea keeper Michel Vorm and FC Twente striker Luuk de Jong.

New Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is keen on signing Totttenham full-back Kyle Naughton

Bolton are hoping to beat Reading to the signing of Colombian ace Carlos Sanchez


Crystal Palace and Ipswich are in talks with West Ham about signing striker Sam Baldock.


West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is chasing Ecuador winger http://www.footballjustice.com/photos/j ... -c1b68.jpg


[color=#0000FF]Norwich and Wigan are battling it out for Queens Park Rangers striker DJ Campbell

Steve Cotterill is a leading contender to succeed Chris Hughton at Birmingham

Neil Warnock is being lined up by the consortium trying to gain control at Nottingham Forest to replace Steve Cotterill.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY:

New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is chasing unsettled Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge.

MAIL ON SUNDAY:

Harry Redknapp is close to parting company with Tottenham and could leave before the end of the month.

DAILY EXPRESS:

Borussia Dortmund are preparing a move for Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko.

SUNDAY MAIL:

Prospective new Rangers owner Charles Green has admitted the club's fans can sack him if they don't like the way he runs the club.

Paul Hartley has admitted he would be interested in becoming new Hearts boss

Rino Gattuso is prepared to wait to try and secure a return move to Rangers





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Re: sunday's news 10th june includes west ham

Postby simon hammer on Sun Jun 10, 2012 11:21 am

Cheers C.H :thup:
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Re: sunday's news 10th june includes west ham

Postby cockney hammer on Sun Jun 10, 2012 11:28 am

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West Ham: Offer for Sagbo


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Promoted to the Premier League, West Ham sent an offer for Yannick Sagbo, the center forward of the Franco-Ivorian TGFC Evian (L1).

Scorer of ten goals this season in Ligue 1, the Ivorian striker Yannick Sagbo (23 years, Evian TGFC) has been the subject of an offer from West Ham, back in the Premier League.



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Re: sunday's news 10th june includes west ham

Postby cockney hammer on Sun Jun 10, 2012 11:33 am

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West Ham close in on double signing



West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is ready to make a splash in the transfer market by signing Evian striker Yannick Sagbo.

Big Sam’s top spies saw Sagbo in French Cup action at the weekend and Hammers could make an offer for the former Monaco prospect in the next few days.

Sagbo, 23, is keen to come to England after helping little Evian make a big impact in French football.

The Benin international would cost around £2million and Hammers are trying to move out some of their strike force to make way for his arrival.b

* BUSY Hammers are also signing United States international defender George John to bolster their Premier League promotion bid.

FC Dallas defender John left their pre-season training camp to head for London where he went through a medical in an attempt to complete a move to England at the second attempt.

The 24-year-old was due to join Blackburn last summer, but doubts about an ankle problem brought talks to an end.

Now. though, John is ready for the challenge and available for a low fee of around £200,000 as his contract with the Texan team is running out
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Re: sunday's news 10th june includes west ham

Postby cockney hammer on Sun Jun 10, 2012 11:35 am

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West Ham keeper Rob Green has reached stalemate over his future at Upton Park - and that has sparked interest from French club Monaco.


The Hammers hierarchy are reluctant to begin new contract negotiations with the 31-year-old until they know whether they will get back into the Premier League.

Green is still on Premier League money and West Ham are trying to run a tighter ship in the Championship, even though the England keeper is out of contract at the end of the season.
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That has alerted several clubs including Monaco who, after being relegated to the second tier last season, have wealthy new backers.

Green may be open to a move abroad, but it could be seen as a risk to go to Monaco, whose No.1 keeper Sebastien Chabbert is a long-term injury absentee.
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Re: sunday's news 10th june includes west ham

Postby dapablo on Sun Jun 10, 2012 12:06 pm

time warp, surely thats last years news
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