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casio

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  1. it's 7 (SEVEN)
  2. lol anything official about this or is it as reliable as the sky sports page earlier today wrt. ronaldhino and leeds? The Official Villareal website and a bunch of Spanish ones Weird that they're saying its practically done, yet over here there's nothing! http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11661_2639700,00.html
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  4. http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=CHDLa1_UwlY Nice to see they can take the piss out of themselves.
  5. who gives a shit. dirty pretty things = good Doherty = smackhead fucking loser who just fuck off and die.
  6. KEY FINDINGS FROM FINAL QUEST REPORT: The Inquiry submits its latest findings in this matter below. All findings are based on our latest information and of course if further information is obtained by the relevant authorities the precise position may alter. We would urge those individuals named here to now fully co-operate in order to assist with resolving all matters. In the following paragraphs, to assist in understanding where relevant jurisdiction may lie in these matters, individuals will be identified in the first instance as being a Licensed Agent under The FA’s jurisdiction (LA) or a FIFA Licensed Agent under the jurisdiction of a foreign national association (FLA) or an Unlicensed Agent (ULA). The inquiry is not prepared to sign off the remaining 17 transfers for the following reasons: 1. Pinhas Zahavi (FLA) has failed to co-operate fully with the Inquiry. There was an initial failure to disclose his involvement in a number of transfers but, more seriously, he has failed to provide the Inquiry with complete bank statements due to the confidential nature of them. There has also been a lack of responsiveness by Zahavi. There remain questions relating to his relationship with and payments to Barry Silkman (LA) and Barry Silkman’s failure to initially disclose his involvement in all the transactions in which he received fees. The Clubs, Club officials and players listed below all co-operated fully with the Inquiry and provided full documentation (including bank statements where requested). There is no evidence of any irregular payments to Club officials or players and they are identified here only as a consequence of the outstanding issues the Inquiry has with the agents identified. As a result, the following transfers remain uncleared: i) Collins Mbesuma (to Portsmouth FC) ii) Ayegbeni Yakubu (to Middlesbrough FC) iii) Fabio Rochemback (to Middlesbrough FC) iv) Didier Drogba (to Chelsea FC) v) Petr Cech (to Chelsea FC) The Inquiry recommends that FIFA are asked to launch their own inquiry into the conduct of Mr Zahavi based on the evidence obtained. 2. Despite his co-operation, the Inquiry has concerns regarding the involvement of Craig Allardyce (at the time a Licensed Agent) in a number of transactions at Bolton Wanderers FC. Mr Gartside and officials currently at the Club have fully co-operated and the Inquiry has found no evidence or suggestion of any irregular payments to them. However, the following three transfers in which Craig Allardyce was involved remain uncleared: i) Ali Al-Habsi (to Bolton Wanderers FC) ii) Tal Ben Haim (to Bolton Wanderers FC) iii) Blessing Kaku (to Bolton Wanderers FC) In respect of i) above, the Inquiry also has remaining concerns about the involvement of Peter Harrison (LA) and his relationship with Craig Allardyce. In respect of ii) and iii) above, the Inquiry has remaining, unanswered concerns about the involvement of Jamie Hart (LA) and David Abou (ULA). In the additional transfer of Julio Correia, the Inquiry has remaining, unanswered concerns regarding the involvement of the following agents in this transfer: Mike Morris (FLA), Eugenio Botas (FLA) and Francis Martin (FLA) and the possible involvement of Craig Allardyce. The Inquiry remains concerned at the conflict of interest that it believes existed between Craig Allardyce, his father Sam Allardyce (the then manager at Bolton Wanderers) and the Club itself. The Inquiry recommends that The FA continue with their investigation into these matters, assisted by the considerable information gathered by Quest. The Inquiry also understands that the Bolton Chairman, Mr Gartside, is prepared to share the results of the Club’s own detailed investigation with the football authorities to assist in this matter. We welcome this development. 3. The Inquiry has still not been able to sign off a further two transfers (in addition to the one listed above) involving Francis Martin. In the transfer of Albert Luque (to Newcastle Utd FC), the Licensed Agent acting on the Club’s behalf was Eugenio Botas. However, the Inquiry still has unanswered questions relating to possible payments made by Francis Martin who Newcastle officials believed was working for the selling club. In the transfer of Michael Essien (to Chelsea FC), again there is no evidence to suggest any irregular payments to Club officials or the player, who all co-operated fully with the Inquiry providing full access to documentation (including bank statements) as requested. However, questions remain unanswered as to the relationship between Francis Martin (buying Club agent), Mike Morris, Fabien Piveteau (player’s advisor) and Thomas Belsoeur (FLA). Again, the Inquiry recommends that The FA and FIFA continue to investigate these matters in the light of the substantial information already obtained by Quest. 4. The following three other transfers remain uncleared: i) Emre Belozoglu (Emre) (to Newcastle United FC) ii) Jean Alain Boumsong (to Newcastle United FC) iii) Amady Faye (to Newcastle United FC) Again we have found no evidence to suggest any irregular payments by or to Club officials relating to the above transfers and Newcastle United officials co-operated fully with the Inquiry and gave full access to documentation (including bank statements) as requested. However, there remain inconsistencies in evidence provided by Graeme Souness (a former manager of the Club) and Kenneth Shepherd (apparently acting in an undefined role but not as a Club official) as to their respective roles in transfer negotiations. In relation to i) above, the Inquiry is not prepared to clear this transfer as it has been unable to obtain the co-operation of the lead agent, Ahmet Bulut (FLA). In relation to ii) and iii) above, these transfers involved payments to Willie McKay (FLA) and, despite a degree of co-operation from Mr McKay, the Inquiry is still awaiting clarification in relation to various documents provided by him. 5. Willie McKay acted for the selling Club, Auxerre, in the transfer of Benjani Mwaruwari (into Portsmouth FC) and for the Portsmouth FC themselves in the transfer in of Alliou Cisse and, for the same reason as above, the Inquiry is not prepared to clear these transfers at this stage. In relation to the first of these, the Inquiry also has identified concerns regarding the role of Teni Yerima (FLA) and Ralph N’Komo in the transfer negotiations. In relation to points 4 and 5, again the Inquiry recommends that The FA and FIFA continue to investigate this matter in light of the information obtained by Quest and that further powers are used to ensure co-operation. 6. There is one other transfer that the Inquiry has been asked by another regulatory authority not to specify in order that its investigations should not be prejudiced by revealing the identity of the transfer. The Inquiry, of course, is compelled to respect this request. 7. In the course of the Inquiry a further matter has become evident that the Inquiry believes should be considered by the Football Authorities. Willie McKay provided information that he had registered a race horse in the name of Harry Redknapp. Harry Redknapp has confirmed that this could well have happened though it was a very unsuccessful horse that resulted in no material gain or reward for him. There is no evidence that this transaction is related to any specific transfer, more a consequence of a long term personal association. Inquiries into this matter should continue.
  7. The fact we are blatantly paying the extra £300,000 to go in bartons pocket says it all about this club and the player. Total fucking joke.
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbXDha9MH68 lucky to be alive, the bit where he hits the concrete wall is sickening.
  9. i'm happy he's gone like but part of me feels for the bloke. should have never been given the job by the fat mong controller in the first place. the venom and hate on here for him is very misplaced, shit manager, decent bloke, it's fat fred who has once again fucked up, his demise can't come soon enough.
  10. full lineup is: Saturday Main Stage Scissor Sisters Razor****e The Fratellis Natasha Bedingfield The Fray The Twang Kasabian INMWT Stage CSS Biffy Clyro Groove Armarda The Pigeon Detectives LCD Soundsystem The Gossip Sunday Main Stage Kaiser Chiefs Stereophonics Mika Just Jack Mark Ronson Jamie T Rihanna The View Calvin Harris INMWT Stage Maximo Park Bloc Party Klaxons The Enemy Dizzee Rascal M.I.A
  11. "well I did see him... throw a petrol bomb"
  12. i never said it was anything but shite!
  13. to the tune of the hokey cokey oohhhhhhh obi obi obi oohhhhhhh obi obi obi oohhhhhhh obi obi obi your not really twenty one. that one came to me drunk after the match on saturday.
  14. you are joking me right? another complete non display by him, reminded me a bit of dyer, a headless chicken only not as fast.
  15. Matt Bellamy has some fucking classic guitars like. They are custom made by mansons guitars and are all one offs. I suggest you check out the kit and tab section of the muse forum HERE. also check out THIS, THIS and THIS. and good luck and i hope you have a nice big bank balance as i don't think it will be cheap!
  16. http://espn.go.com/
  17. I tried to get rid of that fucking imbecile motson and found it only gave me the choice of him or some 8yr olds. No prizes for guessing which i chose
  18. It was a good day but like you say the organisation was SHITE. what the hell happened to mycodenameis:milo and 2 of the other bands that were supposed to be on the combined stage? the stage was tiny, the sound was terrible, no plastic floor covering in the tents or in front of the stage? how amateur can you get. Also whichever idiot decided to serve alcohol in cans should be shot. I don’t mind getting hit in the face with a plastic cup, but a nearly full can, you could seriously hurt someone. the park of maximo were definatly the highlight of the day. They’ll have to seal off that field for years like Chernobyl incase of poppers contamination to the locals and animals, that rank stuff was everywhere!
  19. aye, im going. incase anyone is wondering, the subways arent playing it anymore. they had to pull out of all may tour dates as the lead singer has a throat problem.
  20. never thought i'd see the day when wor berty luque would score for us and against the smb's! it truly is a beautiful day
  21. official chinese of nufc that place like, new rendevous i think its called. seen clark, carr and terry mac there on my visits. also dunno if you noticed the signed shearer shirt given to them by shearer as he is also a regular. cracking food aswell