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TRANSFER RUMOURS

 

Hull manager Phil Brown is planning a second bid to sign ex-Inter Milan and Lazio striker Christian Vieri from Fiorentina, after initial attempts broke down in the summer. (Various)

 

Both Watford and Coventry are looking to sign Shrewsbury central defender Kelvin Langmead. (The Mirror)

 

 

OTHER GOSSIP

 

Chelsea boss Avram Grant is set to risk the wrath of owner Roman Abramovich by leaving striker Andriy Shevchenko out of the starting line-up for Wednesday's Champions League tie with Valencia. (The Sun)

 

Meanwhile, Rafa Benitez has said he does not want "excuses from top players" ahead of Liverpool's Champions League encounter with Marseille. (The Sun)

 

And Celtic midfielder Massimo Donati has spoken of his desire to prove a point to AC Milan manager Carlo Ancelotti when the two sides meet at Celtic Park - Donati struggled for starts under Ancelotti while with Milan. (Various)

 

Alisher Usmanov has said he will not let former Gunners vice-chairman David Dein's relationship with the Arsenal board stand in the way of a takeover at the club. (Guardian)

 

Former Newcastle boss Glenn Roeder has emerged ahead of Gianluca Vialli as favourite to replace sacked QPR manager John Gregory. (The Mirror)

 

Newcastle and England striker Michael Owen has made a limited return to training just three days after undergoing surgery on his stomach. (Daily Star)

 

Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp is backing Kanu to make the 20 starts this season that are a condition of the veteran striker earning a renewed contract at Pompey. (The Mirror)

 

Reading's Glen Little could be out for up to six months after surgery on an ankle injury. (Daily Star)

 

Port Vale are looking at Notts County boss Steve Thompson as a replacement for Martin Foyle. (The Mirror)

 

 

AND FINALLY

 

Manchester City boss Sven-Goran Eriksson has ordered his squad to take English lessons in order to continue their impressive start to the season. The Swede has 15 nationalities represented in his squad and believes improved communication on the pitch will lead to even better results "as everyone learns English". (Various)

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Former Newcastle boss Glenn Roeder has emerged ahead of Gianluca Vialli as favourite to replace sacked QPR manager John Gregory. (The Mirror)

 

Fuck I hope not, out of the landan clubs QPR is the only club I don't mind and they're in enough trouble already without that twat sending them further down.

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Former Newcastle boss Glenn Roeder has emerged ahead of Gianluca Vialli as favourite to replace sacked QPR manager John Gregory. (The Mirror)

 

Fuck I hope not, out of the landan clubs QPR is the only club I don't mind and they're in enough trouble already without that twat sending them further down.

He'll have to resign as Arsenal's DoF first.

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