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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is set for a shock move from Middlesbrough to Fulham. (The Sun)


Blackburn will try to rescue Francis Jeffers' career by signing him on a free from Charlton. (Daily Mirror)


Fulham will sign Tottenham midfielder Michael Brown for £2m after he passes a medical and agrees terms. (Mirror)


Southampton boss George Burley will target Charlton's Matt Holland and Derby's Inigo Idiakez in a £5m spending spree. (Daily Mail)


Newcastle are trying to revive a deal to swap Lee Bowyer for Charlton's Danny Murphy. (Daily Mirror)


Bobby Robson - the former England boss - has called for the FA to appoint an Englishman as the next England manager. (The Independent, Mirror)


Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd has laughed off reports he sent a text message to Sven-Goran Eriksson about replacing Graeme Souness. (Daily Mail)


Gudjon Thordarson is the main contender to be the new Leicester boss. (Mail)


West Brom boss Bryan Robson will tie up the signing of Southampton's midfielder Nigel Quashie on Monday. (Various)


Charlton defender Talal El Karkouri is threatening to quit international football after Morocco's exit from the African Cup of Nations. (The Guardian)


David Beckham has ruled out a return to England saying he intends to finish his career at Real Madrid. (Various)

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The sad thing is that I could quite easily see Shepherd doing business via the medium of the text message. :P



Learned the technique from the little Welsh prick! :steamtrain:

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