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The Beautiful Game

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superb day for transfer activity by the old firm, with both koki mizuno and samaris signing for celtic and rangers defence anchor right back alan hutton signing for spurs,

ya fckin dancer :wink: lol

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yeah samaras and some japaneese guy with only 4 caps are great signings :wink:

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Have you not seen him play, or should I say not play.

But he seems to be a good bench warmer

Edited by Jim_jim

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Have you not seen him play, or should I say not play.

But he seems to be a good bench warmer

he'll prob get 30 a season in the SPL then lol

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Have you not seen him play, or should I say not play.

But he seems to be a good bench warmer

he HAS to better than the big dutch twat we already have, jan vennegoor (vinegar tits) of hesselink, so i welcome him with open arms, and the fact we sneaked in under the radar and signed him right under ranger's nose makes it even sweeter lol

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glad the weebhoy got something to shout about again (not much like)

but lets not go the old firm way again.

its obvious what will happen.

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as much as i cant stand man united, i was in awe of the lad ronaldo last night, he's fuckin different class and should have probably had 4 or 5 last night, and his freekick was simply superb, nearly as good as our own nakamura at dead balls B)

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I can't stand Man City at the moment, they've lost me over £170 in the last few days with their shite results. Against Derby yesterday they dominated yet Vassel cant hit bloody 2 barn doors and that own goal by Sun Ji was the topping on the cake.

But United as a whole look a class above every1. Their defense is watertight, midfield is prob best in world and there stike force aint 1/2 bad either

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ronaldo is beyond words at the moment. he makes rooners look ordinary.

the freekick was jaw dropping, makes the last twenty that hes hoofed into the wall seem worth it.

i know what you mean jim jim. been f-in my accumulaters up aswell.

want a good bet-

portugal to win the euros

and ronnie to be top scorer.

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That freekick was one of the best of all time IMO and as fergie has said definatly the best the premiership has seen.Cant stick man utd but you just have to admire a class strike like that :angry: 908

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1 - Steve Howard (Derby to Leicester, undisclosed)

1 - Gary Speed (Bolton to Sheffield United, loan)

1 - Lukas Jutkiewicz (Everton to Plymouth, loan)

1 - Kieran Lee (Manchester United to QPR, loan)

1 - Adam Eckersley (Manchester United to Port Vale, free)

1 - Nery Castillo (Shakhtar Donetsk to Manchester City, loan)

1 - Chris Gunter (Cardiff to Tottenham, undisclosed)

2 - Hogan Ephraim (West Ham to QPR, undisclosed)

2 - Matthew Connolly (Arsenal to QPR, undisclosed)

3 - Michael Barnes (Manchester United to Chesterfield, loan)

3 - Leslie Thompson (Bolton to Torquay, loan)

4 - Matthew Pattison (Newcastle to Norwich, undisclosed)

4 - Ryan Bertrand (Chelsea to Norwich, loan)

4 - Jonny Evans (Manchester United to Sunderland, loan)

4 - Fitz Hall (Wigan to QPR, undisclosed)

4 - Mo Camara (Derby to Norwich, loan renewal)

4 - Emanuel Villa (UAG Tecos to Derby, £2million)

4 - Danny Mills (Manchester City to Derby, loan)

4 - Stanislav Varga (Sunderland to Burnley, loan)

4 - Tamir Cohen (Maccabi Netanya to Bolton, undisclosed)

7 - Ben Tozer (Swindon to Newcastle, undisclosed)

7 - Ben Alnwick (Tottenham to Leicester, loan)

7 - Neil Kilkenny (Birmingham to Leeds, £150,000)

7 - Danijel Subotic (Basle to Portsmouth, undisclosed)

8 - Marek Matejovsky (Mlada Boleslav to Reading, undisclosed)

8 - Rowan Vine (Birmingham to QPR, undisclosed)

8 - Scott Spencer (Everton to Yeovil, loan)

8 - John Halls (Reading to Crystal Palace, loan)

8 - Marc Laird (Manchester City to Millwall, free)

8 - Sam Oji (Birmingham to Leyton Orient, free)

9 - Robbie Savage (Blackburn to Derby, £1.5million)

9 - Chris Herd (Aston Villa to Port Vale, loan)

10 - Philip Ifil (Tottenham to Colchester, undisclosed)

10 - David Button (Tottenham to Grays, loan)

10 - Andrew Davies (Middlesbrough to Southampton, undisclosed)

10 - Lee Martin (Manchester United to Sheffield United, loan)

10 - Peter Enckelman (Blackburn to Cardiff, loan)

11 - Martin Skrtel (Zenit St Petersburg to Liverpool, undisclosed)

11 - Lee Holmes (Derby to Walsall, loan)

11 - Matthew Mills (Manchester City to Doncaster, loan)

11 - Matt Oakley (Derby to Leicester, £500,000)

11 - Laurent Robert (unattached to Derby)

11 - Nicolas Anelka (Bolton to Chelsea, £15million)

11 - Manuel Fernandes (Valencia to Everton, loan)

11 - Bondz Ngala (West Ham to Weymouth, loan)

11 - Wilson Palacios (Deportivo Olimpia to Wigan, undisclosed)

14 - Gerald Cid (Bolton to Nice, undisclosed)

15 - Jean-Yves Mvoto (Paris St Germain to Sunderland - undisclosed)

15 - Dan Gosling (Plymouth to Everton, £1.5million)

16 - Asa Hall (Birmingham to Shrewsbury, loan)

16 - Branislav Ivanovic (Lokomotiv Moscow to Chelsea, undisclosed)

16 - David Murphy (Hibernian to Birmingham, £1.5million)

16 - Stephen O'Halloran (Aston Villa to Southampton, loan)

16 - Gretar Steinsson (AZ Alkmaar to Bolton, £3.5million)

17 - Lassana Diarra (Arsenal to Portsmouth, undisclosed)

17 - Febian Brandy (Manchester United to Swansea, loan)

17 - Tobias Mikaelsson (Aston Villa to Port Vale, loan)

17 - Matt Taylor (Portsmouth to Bolton, undisclosed)

17 - Maynor Figueroa (Deportivo Olimpia to Wigan, loan)

17 - David Murphy (Hibernian to Birmingham, £1.5million)

18 - Antonio Valencia (Villarreal to Wigan, undisclosed)

18 - Brede Hangeland (Copenhagen to Fulham, undisclosed)

18 - Ryan Shawcross (Manchester United to Stoke, £1million)

18 - Erik Edman (Rennes to Wigan, £500,000)

18 - James McFadden (Everton to Birmingham, £5million)

18 - Lucien Aubey (Lens to Portsmouth, loan)

18 - Djimi Traore (Portsmouth to Rennes, loan)

18 - Craig Lindfield (Liverpool to Chester, loan)

18 - Calum Davenport (West Ham to Watford, loan)

18 - Tamas Kadar (Zalaegerszegi TE to Newcastle, undisclosed)

21 - Patrick Boyle (Everton to Crewe, loan)

21 - Mauro Zarate (Al Sadd to Birmingham, loan)

22 - Jonathan Flynn (Ballymena to Blackburn, undisclosed)

22 - Leon Andreasen (Werder Bremen to Fulham, undisclosed)

22 - Neil Danns (Birmingham to Crystal Palace, £600,000)

22 - Phil Bardsley (Manchester United to Sunderland, undisclosed)

23 - Mile Sterjovski (Genclerbirligi to Derby, undisclosed)

23 - Rade Prica (Aalborg to Sunderland, £2million)

23 - Eddie Johnson (Kansas City Wizards to Fulham, undisclosed)

25 - Denny Landzaat (Wigan to Feyenoord, £1million)

25 - John Paul Kissock (Everton to Gretna, loan)

25 - Lee Barnard (Tottenham to Southend, undisclosed)

25 - Collins John (Fulham to Watford, loan)

25 - Jack Hobbs (Liverpool to Scunthorpe, loan)

25 - Marlon King (Watford to Wigan, £5million)

27 - Milan Baros (Lyon to Portsmouth, loan)

28 - Jimmy Kebe (Lens to Reading, undisclosed)

28 - Jonathan Woodgate (Middlesbrough to Tottenham, £7million)

28 - Erik Nevland (FC Groningen to Fulham, £1.85million)

28 - Jon Macken (Derby to Barnsley, £200,000)

29 - Georgios Samaras (Manchester City to Celtic, loan)

29 - Mohamed Sissoko (Liverpool to Juventus, £8.2million)

29 - Andy Cole (Sunderland to Burnley, loan)

29 - Simon Church (Reading to Yeovil, loan)

30 - Josh Walker (Middlesbrough to Aberdeen, loan)

30 - Simon Church (Reading to Yeovil, loan)

30 - Alan Hutton (Rangers to Tottenham, undisclosed)

30 - Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading to Southend, loan)

30 - Christian Dailly (West Ham to Rangers, taken over contract)

30 - Luke Freeman (Gillingham to Arsenal, undisclosed)

30 - Wayne Routledge (Tottenham to Aston Villa, £1.5million)

30 - Gary Cahill (Aston Villa to Bolton, undisclosed)

30 - Bjarni Vidarsson (Everton to FC Twente, loan)

31 - Matthew Bates (Middlesbrough to Norwich, loan)

31 - James Henry (Reading to Norwich, loan)

31 - Alex Pearce (Reading to Norwich, loan)

31 - Roy Carroll (Rangers to Derby, free)

31 - Greg Halford (Sunderland to Charlton, loan)

31 - Jari Litmanen (Malmo to Fulham, free)

31 - Toni Kallio (Young Boys to Fulham, undisclosed)

31 - Ousmane Dabo (Manchester City to Lazio, undisclosed)

31 - Alan Stubbs (Everton to Derby, free)

31 - Stephen Bywater (Derby to Ipswich, loan)

31 - Lubomir Michalik (Bolton to Leeds, undisclosed)

31 - Artur Krysiak (Birmingham to Gretna, loan)

31 - Kieran Gibbs (Arsenal to Norwich, loan)

31 - Mark Randall (Arsenal to Burnley, loan)

31 - Lee Peltier (Liverpool to Yeovil, undisclosed)

31 - Krystian Pearce (Birmingham to Port Vale, loan)

31 - Grzegorz Rasiak (Southampton to Bolton, loan)

31 - Andy Reid (Charlton to Sunderland, up to £4million)

31 - David Rozehnal (Newcastle to Lazio, loan)

31 - Ishmael Miller (Manchester City to West Brom, undisclosed)

31 - Steven Davis (Fulham to Rangers, loan)

31 - Erik Hagen (Zenit St Petersburg to Wigan, loan)

31 - Paul Stalteri (Tottenham to Fulham, loan)

31 - Anthony Gardner (Tottenham to Everton, loan)

31 - Gilberto (Hertha Berlin to Tottenham, undisclosed)

31 - Simon Cox (Reading to Swindon, undisclosed)

31 - Lee Cook (Fulham to Charlton, undisclosed)

31 - Lewin Nyatanga (Derby to Barnsley, undisclosed)

31 - Tony Warner (Fulham to Barnsley, one-month loan)

31 - Paul Gallagher (Blackburn to Stoke, loan)

31 - Rostyn Griffiths (Blackburn to Gretna, loan)

31 - Mamadi Keita (Blackburn to Hamburg, free)

31 - Przemyslaw Kazimierczak (Bolton to Darlington, free)

31 - Anthony Grant (Chelsea to Southend, loan)

31 - Paul Dickov (Manchester City to Blackpool, loan)

31 - Anderson de Silva (Everton to Barnsley, undisclosed)

31 - Afonso Alves (Heerenveen to Middlesbrough, undisclosed)

31 - Ben Hutchinson (Middlesbrough to Celtic, undisclosed)

31 - Graham Kavanagh (Sunderland to Sheffield Wednesday, loan)

31 - Felipe Caicedo (FC Basel to Manchester City, undisclosed)

31 - Jermain Defoe (Tottenham to Portsmouth, undisclosed)

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England squad:

Carson (Aston Villa), James (Portsmouth), Kirkland (Wigan);

Bridge (Chelsea), Brown (Manchester United), A Cole (Chelsea), C Davies (Aston Villa), Ferdinand (Manchester United) G Johnson (Portsmouth), King (Tottenham), Lescott (Everton), Richards (Manchester City), Shorey (Reading), Upson (West Ham), Woodgate (Tottenham);

Barry (Aston Villa), Bentley (Blackburn), Carrick (Manchester United), J Cole (Chelsea), Downing (Middlesbrough), Gerrard (Liverpool), Hargreaves (Manchester United), Jenas (Tottenham), Wright-Phillips (Chelsea), Young (Aston Villa);

Agbonlahor (Aston Villa), Crouch (Liverpool), Heskey (Wigan), Owen (Newcastle), Rooney (Manchester United).

no beckham, no surprise.

young and agbonlahor?

deserved call up?

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so how was the transfer window for your team??

pretty successfull for me, with only a left back evading us, celtic have certainly brought enough quality in to retain the league title to make 3 in a row. :spliff:

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shit for me, west ham didnt bring in anyone new, mind you we finally got rid of that shite christian dailly twat, thank fuck :spliff:

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so how was the transfer window for your team??

pretty successfull for me, with only a left back evading us, celtic have certainly brought enough quality in to retain the league title to make 3 in a row. ;)

coventry signed scott dann from walsall and managed to keep mifsud and best.

had to let adebola go and the big donkey kyle went out on loan to wolves.

if your on about the spl it takes pride and passion to win it. you know ally and walter and i know ginger gord very well.

used to be city manager, got about as much pride as a retarded french male prostitute on smack.

did you see barrys acrobatics the other night?

proper captian.

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