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TRANSFER RUMOURS

 

England and Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder David Beckham has been offered a shock return to the Premier League, with Sunderland manager Roy Keane wanting to offer him a six-month loan deal. (Daily Mirror)

 

Brazil playmaker Ronaldinho, who is being targeted by Chelsea, has no desire to leave Barcelona. (Various)

 

Derby manager Billy Davies is ready to launch a £6m spending spree in the January transfer window. (Daily Star)

 

Ipswich are targeting Birmingham striker Rowan Vine for a possible loan deal. (Daily Star)

 

OTHER GOSSIP

 

Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has blamed owner Roman Abramovich for his failure to win the Champions League. (Various)

 

Meanwhile, Abramovich is considering adding Gianfranco Zola to his coaching staff in an attempt to win back Chelsea fans. (Various)

 

Former Chelsea manager Gianluca Vialli and ex-Leicester boss Martin Allen are favourites to succeed John Gregory at the QPR helm. (Various)

 

Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov, who has a stake in Arsenal, held talks about buying into Liverpool and Tottenham - but pulled out because of his "love affair" with the Gunners. (Various)

 

West Ham striker Dean Ashton is set to be handed an England recall. (Various)

 

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes West Ham midfielder Mark Noble should have been given a red card for his tackle on Alexander Hleb on Saturday. (Daily Star)

 

Joey Barton's Newcastle debut has been put back a month although he is set to play in Tuesday's reserve game against former club Manchester City. (Various)

 

An internet petition against Labour MP John Reid taking over as Celtic chairman has been started by some of the club's fans. (The Scotsman)

 

Celtic midfielder Shunsuke Nakamura will meet doctors today to decide whether he can play for Celtic against AC Milan in the Champions League. (Daily Record)

 

Brahim Hemdani is again likely to return to Rangers' midfield in the Champions League against Lyon despite being left out of SPL matches. (Various)

 

AND FINALLY

 

The worst match-fixing attempt ever has earned Cameroon side Bamboutos a double relegation after their captain Koss Roger gave an envelope containing cash to Federal skipper Nkouma Rim on the pitch - minutes later Rim let Roger score in his side's 3-2 win. (Various)

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The worst match-fixing attempt ever has earned Cameroon side Bamboutos a double relegation after their captain Koss Roger gave an envelope containing cash to Federal skipper Nkouma Rim on the pitch - minutes later Rim let Roger score in his side's 3-2 win. (Various)

 

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The worst match-fixing attempt ever has earned Cameroon side Bamboutos a double relegation after their captain Koss Roger gave an envelope containing cash to Federal skipper Nkouma Rim on the pitch - minutes later Rim let Roger score in his side's 3-2 win. (Various)

 

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