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    Soccer Transfers

    i dont have trhe best knowlege of the EPL or soccer transfers...



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    what do people reakon is gonna happen to harry Kewell and Ronaldhino
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    Re: Soccer Transfers

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    Ultimately, ManU will get whoever they want for however much is wanted.
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    According to Marc, Rivaldo is going from AC Milan to the UAE. also on Press Pass Tommie Smith said that Real Madrid weren't finished. Barcelona HAD to land some signings. so i think lot of deals that happen barcelona are going to be a contendor for most of them. But Real Madrid are looking to land a biggish signing. not as big as beckham. but a well known good player. i'm not too clear on the EPL. however on the Man U site they give targets. kewell could end up at barca, as he wasn't happy the way the Beckham transfer was handled. but still i think Chelsea and Newcastle might buy out a bit, but that's just my thoughts. n e 1 else have n e news?
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    I'll give you this weeks most significant transfers:

    David Beckham - Man Utd to Real Madrid
    David Bellion - Sunderland to Man Utd
    Helder Postiga - Porto to Tottenham
    Recber Rustu - Fernerbache to Barcelona

    thats about it..but it appears the transfer market is starting to hot up.


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    Theres also talk that Kewell will complete his contract at Leeds & then leave on free transfer which would really annoy Leeds..they'd be missing out on a good pay day especially with their huge debts.

    Personally I think he'll end up signing for Arsenal.

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    Originally posted by Tim
    I'll give you this weeks most significant transfers:

    David Beckham - Man Utd to Real Madrid
    David Bellion - Sunderland to Man Utd
    Helder Postiga - Porto to Tottenham
    Recber Rustu - Fernerbache to Barcelona

    thats about it..but it appears the transfer market is starting to hot up.
    yeah i was waiting for the Porto players to be transferred. after their UEFA Cup win. what's the beat Deco goes somewhere big?

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    Postiga, Ricardo Quaresma & Christiano Ronaldo are the big 3 from Portugal & it looks as though they could all be going to England.

    Quaresma was being chased by Man Utd..cause he is a just a genius at dribbling. And Ronaldo was being looked into by Liverpool, but whether these will come to reality im not sure.

    Deco would probably end up with a transfer to Italy or Spain although i haven't really found much infortmation linking him to other clubs at the moment.

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    Chelsea will I think be the big buyers this summer now.
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    Who do you think Chelsea will be in for?
    I haven't really got too much information on who they are looking to transfer.

    One thing for sure is that Zola has returned to Italy.
    Last edited by Tim; 02-07-2003 at 04:51 PM.

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    Player From To Fee

    Gianfranco Zola Chelsea Cagliari Free
    Joseph Yobo Marseille Everton 3,500,000
    Danny Higginbotham Derby Southampton 1,500k
    Scott Shearer Albion Rovers Coventry City Nominal
    Anthony Le Tallec Le Havre Liverpool Undisclosed
    Florent Sinama-Pongolle Le Havre Liverpool Undisc.
    Marco Ambrosio Chievo Verona Chelsea Free
    Lee Bowyer Free Newcastle United Free
    Christophe Dugarry Bordeaux Birmingham City Free
    Stylianos G'kopoulos Olympiakos Bolton Wanderers Free
    Jurgen Macho Sunderland Chelsea Free
    David Seaman Arsenal Manchester City Free
    Michael Tarnat Bayern Munich Manchester City Free

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    PSG reject United's bid for Ronaldinho


    Paris St Germain have turned down an offer from Manchester United for Brazilian World Cup winner Ronaldinho, but the player's agent is confident the two clubs can still negotiate an agreement.

    PSG president Francis Graille revealed on Wednesday evening that United's undisclosed bid had been rejected after a day of talks with officials from the Premiership champions.

    But Ronaldinho's agent and brother Roberto Assis later admitted: 'We are very calm, talks are ongoing. The player is not on the streets and he has proved his worth on the pitch so we will wait and see what happens.

    'I am certain Manchester United will make another bid. It is important that we let the clubs find a possible solution.'

    Graille, who met with United chief executive Peter Kenyon and group managing director David Gill in Paris, has made it quite clear that the Premiership champions will have to up their offer if they are to land the 23-year-old Brazilian.

    'Manchester United are interested in Ronaldinho but if they want him they will have to pay a very expensive amount,' he said.

    PSG's hand has been strengthened by the announcement that French football's financial watchdog, the DNCG, has lifted all sanctions on the Paris club.

    The DNCG had previously forbidden PSG to sign any new players due to their large debts. But major shareholders, television company Canal Plus, have stepped in with a significant cash injection to help balance the books.

    The news was confirmed on the club's website in a statement which read: 'The DNCG have lifted all sanctions previously imposed on PSG. The strong delegation sent by PSG were able to convince the hearing of their rights.'

    Graille added: 'Justice has been done to PSG and our shareholders Canal Plus who do a great deal for football.'

    Ronaldinho, who had a disappointing Confederations Cup campaign with his national team, has been hunted by United, Real Madrid and Barcelona for weeks while Newcastle have also reportedly shown interest.

    However, United have always led the chase and have plenty of money to spend after England captain David Beckham joined Primera Liga champions Real Madrid for 25million.

    Ronaldinho is eager to quit PSG after a miserable season under former coach Luis Fernandez.

    The Parisian giants finished in 11th spot and missed out on a place in the UEFA Cup after being defeated 2-1 by Auxerre in the Coupe de France final.

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    yeah i saw the rhonaldinho thing earlier




    i hope Kewell goes to arsenal, leeds will probably accept the arsenal offer eventually cause they need the money

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    Ahh yes, Kewell would be great for the United Nations of Arsenal.

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    Originally posted by Cloete
    Player From To Fee

    Gianfranco Zola Chelsea Cagliari Free
    Joseph Yobo Marseille Everton 3,500,000
    Danny Higginbotham Derby Southampton 1,500k
    Scott Shearer Albion Rovers Coventry City Nominal
    Anthony Le Tallec Le Havre Liverpool Undisclosed
    Florent Sinama-Pongolle Le Havre Liverpool Undisc.
    Marco Ambrosio Chievo Verona Chelsea Free
    Lee Bowyer Free Newcastle United Free
    Christophe Dugarry Bordeaux Birmingham City Free
    Stylianos G'kopoulos Olympiakos Bolton Wanderers Free
    Jurgen Macho Sunderland Chelsea Free
    David Seaman Arsenal Manchester City Free
    Michael Tarnat Bayern Munich Manchester City Free

    Why on earth did they let Zola go?AFAIK he was great last season!

    Le Havre are Liverpool's feeder club right?

    Lee Bowyer never should have moved from Leeds...R.I.P his career

    Dugarry was almost certain to move to Birmingham after his loan deal last season.But Birmingham need to make more signings in order to survive this season.

    Why did Chelsea have to sign him?Why not Thomas Sorenson?

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    Birmingham sign David Dunn.

    Chelsea are being linked with the likes of Morientes and Rivaldo, and have also tied up Terry (and soon Gallas)

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