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TRANSFER RUMOURS

 

Chelsea want to sign Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov in the summer. (Various)

 

Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder has changed his mind and now wants Portsmouth defender Sol Campbell at St James' Park. (News of the World)

 

Liverpool are favourites to beat Chelsea in the race to sign Manchester City defender Micah Richards. (The People)

 

Everton are close to agreeing a new deal with teenage star Victor Anichebe. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Arsenal are interested in PSV's Ivorian striker Arouna Kone, who is rated at around £4m. (News of the World)

 

Sunderland are ready to make a £4m bid for disgruntled Manchester City midfielder Joey Barton. (The People)

 

Birmingham striker Mikael Forssell's wage demands could see him leave the club. (News of the World)

 

Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp wants Argentine World Cup defender Fabricio Coloccini. (The People)

 

Everton goalkeeper Richard Wright is wanted by his former club Ipswich. (News of the World)

 

Aston Villa will spend £12.5m this summer on Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy and Polish goalkeeper Artur Borac. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Middlesbrough are chasing Portsmouth midfielder Sean Davies for £2.5m. (News of the World)

 

Cameroon midfielder Achille Emana could be on his way to Aston Villa from Toulouse this summer. (News of the World)

 

Derby manager Billy Davies has vowed to fight off interest from Tottenham in midfielder Giles Barnes, even if the club do not get promoted this season. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Hibernian striker Chris Killen is set to sign for Hearts this summer when he quits Easter Road. (The Sunday Mirror)

 

OTHER GOSSIP

 

Bolton manager Sam Allardyce may have made a massive blunder by deciding to leave the Reebok Stadium in the mistaken belief that he would be guaranteed the Manchester City job this summer. (News of the World, Daily Mail)

 

West Ham received clearance to pick Carlos Tevez against Wigan on Saturday by tearing up their deal with his owners, a move which could lead to legal action. (Sunday Mirror)

 

And if the Hammers do manage to stay up, the clubs that are relegated from the Premiership could start legal proceedings as West Ham escaped a points deduction over the Tevez/Javier Mascherano affair. (Sunday Express)

 

Former Thailand Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra says he is determined to turn Manchester City into a world force. (News of the World)

 

Meanwhile, City bidder Ray Ranson wants to bring former chairman Francis Lee into his camp as he tries to gain control of the club. (The People)

 

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hinted that he may not renew his contract in 2008 if his side fail to win any trophies next season. (Various)

 

Former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson has admitted he had sleepless nights after the loss to Portugal in the World Cup. (Sunday Times)

 

Leeds, set to drop into League One, are being targeted by consortium led by former Sheffield United chairman Mike McDonald. (Sunday Express)

 

Former Spurs striker Jurgen Klinsmann could leave America and coach in England next season. (Daily Mail)

 

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FERGIE VS MOURINHO

 

Delighted Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson said he would give Sam Allardyce a kiss or "maybe two" after Bolton held title rivals Chelsea to a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge. (Various)

 

A dejected Jose Mourinho admitted the title race is almost over Chelsea side after they went five points behind United, adding that Ferguson's squad "won't feel any pressure now". (Various)

 

However, he is not giving up just yet, adding: "It's not over. Practically, there is a chance and when the chance is there you have to believe." (Various)

 

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba admitted United winger Cristiano Ronaldo deserved to win Player of the Year but says he would rather have success with Chelsea than pick up awards. (News of the World)

 

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AND FINALLY...

 

Newcastle players are angry with boss Glenn Roeder as he is planning to cut short their summer holidays, even if they do not get into the Intertoto Cup, as he wants to play in a South African tour in order to get the squad ready for the new season. (The People)

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Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder has changed his mind and now wants Portsmouth defender Sol Campbell at St James' Park. (News of the World)

 

 

 

Oh the fucking irony. :lol:

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Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder has changed his mind and now wants Portsmouth defender Sol Campbell at St James' Park. (News of the World)

 

 

 

So 12 months after he was too old for us, suddenly he's not? :lol:

 

How much is this little gem going to end up costing us considering we could have had him for nothing last year???

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Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder has changed his mind and now wants Portsmouth defender Sol Campbell at St James' Park. (News of the World)

 

 

 

So 12 months after he was too old for us, suddenly he's not? :lol:

 

How much is this little gem going to end up costing us considering we could have had him for nothing last year???

Well, it's the NOWT, so it's likely to be absolute bollocks, but it would really be ridiculous if it were true...

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Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder has changed his mind and now wants Portsmouth defender Sol Campbell at St James' Park. (News of the World)

 

 

 

So 12 months after he was too old for us, suddenly he's not? :lol:

 

How much is this little gem going to end up costing us considering we could have had him for nothing last year???

Well, it's the NOWT, so it's likely to be absolute bollocks, but it would really be ridiculous if it were true...

 

Given the fact that we're Newcastle United, we have to stick that disclaimer in by default these days....

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Newcastle players are angry with boss Glenn Roeder as he is planning to cut short their summer holidays, even if they do not get into the Intertoto Cup, as he wants to play in a South African tour in order to get the squad ready for the new season. (The People)

 

What happened to Glenn's boot camp idea?

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Newcastle players are angry with boss Glenn Roeder as he is planning to cut short their summer holidays, even if they do not get into the Intertoto Cup, as he wants to play in a South African tour in order to get the squad ready for the new season. (The People)

 

What happened to Glenn's boot camp idea?

 

 

I hope you aren't suggesting Roeder talks shit ? :lol:

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Maybe Clark's going to find a whole new squad of Nobbies and it'll be just them who are going on the tour. Nothing for the current lot to worry about.

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