friday's news 13th july includes west ham

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Postby Persil Tickets on Fri Jul 13, 2012 1:47 pm

Luke (THFC) wrote

Interesting about Gallas. I believe that the deal he signed at Spurs a couple of years ago was only £40k a week.


Luke - wasn't he a free agent when he signed? If so I am guessing that the relatively low wage you are quoting was probably boosted by a large golden hello.
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Re: friday's news 13th july includes west ham

Postby nobleforengland on Fri Jul 13, 2012 2:27 pm

Cheers CH :thup:
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Re: friday's news 13th july includes west ham

Postby cockney hammer on Fri Jul 13, 2012 6:48 pm

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Crisis club Portsmouth are just a month from "oblivion", it emerged last night.
Liverpool have agreed a £12million fee to make Fabio Borini the first signing of boss Brendan Rodgers' Anfield revolution.
Nottingham Forest's new owners want Darren Ferguson to be the club's next manager.
Manchester City defender Kolo Toure is wanted by Turkish side Bursaspor.
Ricardo Vaz Te could quit West Ham after being turned down for a second mega wage rise by club chiefs.
Andre Villas-Boas wants Atletico Madrid forward Adrian to revamp Tottenham's strikeforce.
Chelsea winger Florent Malouda is considering an offer from Brazilian club Botafogo.
Southampton boss Nigel Adkins is set to swoop for Crystal Palace right-back Nathaniel Clyne today.
Newcastle full-back Danny Simpson and Watford defender Adrian Mariappa are next on Reading's shopping list.
Reading boss Brian McDermott wants to bring in French youngster Geoffrey Kondogbia straight after the European Under-19 Championship.
Birmingham want James Vaughan on loan, but insist Norwich must pay most of the striker's wages.
Crystal Palace midfielder Darren Ambrose is on his way to Birmingham after the clubs agreed a £250,000 fee.
Blackburn's bid for Adrien Silva looks doomed after the midfielder pledged his future to Sporting Lisbon ahead of signing a new deal.
Derby are keen to sign Crewe's Kevin Mellor.
Hull are looking to sign striker Nick Proschwitz from German club Paderborn.

Sun

Craig Bellamy is set for a shock switch to QPR.
Whistleblower Claus Lundekvam says he will talk to FIFA - and will stand by his story about Premier League spot-fixing.
Sir Alex Ferguson says Darren Fletcher is facing "great challenges" in his bid to play football again.
Federico Macheda's return to Manchester United will be another whistle-stop visit - with a further season-long loan on the cards.
Fabio Borini will be Brendan Rodgers' first Liverpool signing after a £12million fee was agreed with Roma last night.
Glenn Hoddle has emerged as a shock contender for the Nottingham Forest job.
Manchester City defender Kolo Toure has been in talks with Turkish club Bursaspor.
West Brom boss Steve Clarke is to have talks with Rennes midfielder Tongo Doumbia.
AC Milan have sold Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to Paris Saint-Germain.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is ready to loan out Fabian Delph.

Mail

QPR are poised to loan midfielder Joey Barton to the Championship with Blackburn leading the chase.
Manchester United were last night closing on a Brazilian midfielder Lucas Moura after unveiling their first two signings of the summer.
Brendan Rodgers will make a final plea to persuade Maxi Rodriguez to stay at Liverpool as the midfielder considers a return to Argentina.
Darren Ferguson, Glenn Hoddle and Mick McCarthy are the top contenders to take over at Nottingham Forest.
Steven Pienaar is close to finalising £5million return to former club Everton.
Manchester City have told Bursaspor to forget about signing Kolo Toure for free.
Southampton are hopeful of pushing through a move for Crystal Palace right-back Nathaniel Clyne today.
Reading boss Brian McDermott is closing on a deal for Newcastle right-back Danny Simpson and has made a £5million move for Lens midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.

Express

Brad Friedel has promised that new boss Andre Villas-Boas will not face a player revolt at Chelsea.
Kolo Toure is set for a £6million switch to Bursaspor, as Manchester City bid to balance the books ahead of a move for Robin van Persie.
Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony has dismissed talk that Nottingham Forest have been given permission to talk to Darren Ferguson after the club's new Kuwaiti owners sacked Steve Cotterill.
Craig Bellamy is considering quitting Liverpool for a second time - with Cardiff ready to tempt him back to Wales.
Brendan Rodgers completed his first signing as Liverpool boss last night when he finalised a deal for Roma striker Fabio Borini.
Reading are set to continue their signing spree by landing Watford defender Adrian Mariappa for £2.5million.

Star

Crisis club Portsmouth suffered a double blow yesterday after being hit with another 10-point deduction and being sued by one of their own players.
Michael Dawson insists Tottenham's players aren't fussed that new boss Andre Villas-Boas is a Chelsea reject.
Kolo Toure is ready to quit Manchester City for Bursaspor.
Scott Sinclair will hold showdown contract talks with Swansea next month.
Reading look to have won the race for Newcastle full-back Danny Simpson.
Brett Holman has been assured he has an Aston Villa future by new boss Paul Lambert.

Record

Rangers newco are just three votes away from being thrown into the Third Division today.
Celtic are set to open contract talks with Anthony Stokes when they return from their pre-season tour of Holland and Germany.
Ki Sung-Yueng is moving closer to a £7million move from Celtic to QPR.
Dorin Goian has assured Ally McCoist and Charles Green he is staying at Rangers, his agent revealed.
Allan McGregor looks to have been used as a bargaining chip by Besiktas to ensure they land Nice goalkeeper David Ospina.
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Re: friday's news 13th july includes west ham

Postby cockney hammer on Fri Jul 13, 2012 6:50 pm

If the Rumours were whacked out in three-and-a-half minutes due to an in-house clerical error, they would look something like this:

Manchester United will sign Lucas Moura.

Luka Modric will join Paris Saint-Germain.

Craig Bellamy is going to QPR.

Joey Barton will sign for Blackburn Rovers.

Kolo Touré is off to Bursaspor.

Steven Pienaar will rejoin Everton.

Liverpool will attempt to persuade Maxi Rodríguez to stay, and not leave for Newell's Old Boys.

Tottenham Hotspur will spend £16m on Atlético Madrid striker Adrián.

Jermain Defoe is off to Reading.

Order post-it notes, paper clips and staples.

Oh, and a highlighter pen.

Rafael van der Vaart is leaving for Hamburg.

Carlos Tevez is doing one to Milan.

Florent Malouda is going to Botafogo.

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Postby cockney hammer on Fri Jul 13, 2012 6:53 pm

AC Milan have launched a bid for Manchester City's Carlos Tevez

Liverpool have agreed a £12million fee to make Fabio Borini the first signing of new boss Brendan Rodgers' Anfield revolution.

Andre Villas-Boas wants £16million Atletico Madrid hitman Adrian as he bids to revamp Tottenham’s front line - which could be bad news for Jermain Defoe.

Brendan Rodgers will make one final attempt to persuade Maxi Rodriguez to stay at Liverpool and help implement his Anfield revolution.

Chelsea winger Florent Malouda is considering an offer from Brazilian club Botafogo, while Yossi Benayoun will make a decision on his future after the club’s tour of America.

Two down, two to go: Ferguson unveils Kagawa and Powell and sets sights on Baines and Moura

Manchester City defender Kolo Toure is in talks over a £6million switch to Turkish side Bursaspor.

Ricardo Vaz Te ready to quit West Ham over wage demands

Southampton boss Nigel Adkins is set to sign Crystal Palace's highly-rated right back Nathaniel Clyne today.

Reading set to sign £4m Kondogbia, plus Danny Simpson and Adrian Mariappa

Steve Bruce is set to win the £2million chase for powerhouse German hitman Nick Proschwitz
Transfer stories from other papers and websites

QPR are the new favourites to land Liverpool's Craig Bellamy (Sun)

Rangers will let Joey Barton go out on loan, and Blackburn are favourites (Mail)

And QPR are closing in on Celtic's Ki Sung-Yueng (Daily Record)

Arsenal and Inter Milan are rivals for Dutch star Ibrahim Affelay, who is surplus to requirements at Barcelona (Goal)

Steven Pienaar is close to sealing a permanent £5million return to Everton from Spurs (Mail)

West Brom are in talks with Rennes midfielder Tongo Doumbia (Sun)

Aston Villa will let Fabian Delph go out on loan (Sun)

Reading winger Michail Antonio is off to Sheffield Wednesday for £700,000 (Reading Evening Post)


Alex Ferguson: How did I cope with City winning the league? Red wine helps!

New Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has emailed supporters asking for help to turnaround the club's dismal home form by making more noise at Villa Park.

Nottingham Forest's new owners want Darren Ferguson to be their boss - after sacking Steve Cotterill.

Jonathan Woodgate has admitted he feels ­“embarrassment” about his spell with Real Madrid.

Micah Richards has vowed to repay Stuart Pearce's faith in him - and says the Team GB coach will one day be England boss

Glenn Hoddle is a shock candidate for the Nottingham Forest job (Sun)

Mick McCarthy is also in the Forest frame (Mail)
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Re: friday's news 13th july includes west ham

Postby cockney hammer on Fri Jul 13, 2012 6:56 pm

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Olympic Stadium: West Ham and Leyton Orient Both Want To Move In


LBC can reveal both West Ham Utd and Leyton Orient football clubs are bidding to move into the Olympic Stadium after London 2012.

The London Legacy Development Corporation has confirmed it received four official bids by this lunchtime's latest deadline.

It's the third time the bidding process has been run, after the LLDC re-opened the process in May and the Hammers were thwarted with taking over of the stadium last year because of legal challenges.

Whoever is chosen will be 'concessionaries' or tenants sharing the stadium along with UK Athletics. The 2017 World Athletics Championships will also be staged in Stratford.

A decision isn't expected til September at the earliest with the aim of using the Stadium in 2014. A spokesperson for the London Legacy Development Corporation said "The London Legacy Development Corporation has received four bids from parties interested in becoming concessionaires of the Stadium after the Games. The Legacy Corporation will assess the bid submissions to determine the winning concessionaires to occupy the Stadium alongside athletics."

But our Olympics Correspondent John Cushing's understands both West Ham Utd and Leyton Orient are definitely 2 of the 4.

It's believed the Premier League newboys see their long term future away from Upton Park and in the Olympic Park with the aim of creating a long term legacy for the Stadium. The O's have also re-entered the process with a source telling us it would be a 'dream' to move in but admits it would be a gamble too. Both clubs are restricted from talking about it officially because of confidentially clauses.

But the University of East London has confirmed to LBC 97.3 its withdrawn its bid, in partnership with Essex Cricket Club, for the latest process.

A University of East London spokesperson said "The University of East London has decided that it will not be proceeding with its submission in relation to the Olympic Stadium. As a university, we continue to have a strong interest in ensuring students and staff can gain full benefit from the world-class facilities within the Olympic Park, as well as contributing to the overall legacy of the London 2012 Games."
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