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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been speaking to the club's official website about new signing Emiliano Viviano: "Viviano is a player that we have rated for some time and we are very pleased to have signed him on loan. He’s experienced and has proved himself at a high level, and provides us with excellent cover to our existing goalkeepers."
The player's agent says Chelsea have turned down offers from Spurs and Arsenal for the player to join on loan but have accepted another from an unnamed Premier League club but he will only go to one in European competition.
Sid Lowe reports: "Manchester United have sent someone to the league to pay the clause."
Viviano isn't a solution, they are still thin, and they still need help at the back,
What's the story with Newcastle? In 2011-12 they finished so high in the table, last year they actually had a relegation scare, and they seem a bit similar this year. They seem like they have pretty good players and are better than one of the 11th-15th level teams, but I don't know all that much. I guess last year there were stretches with lots of injuries, and it hurt that Cisse came back down to earth.
Benny has left Spurs.
Fernando Torres has been cut from 40/1 to 5/1 to join Tottenham. Will it happen?
MLS has two games scheduled this Wednesday, and a full slate this coming weekend. It's a league that largely doesn't have to worry about the international break.
Now Sky is saying Lukaku is on his way to West Brom.
It looks like United are having a terrible day. Suggestions that there were impostors negotiating the Herrera deal. Can't be true can it?
Frodo to Arsenal confirmed!
Chris Borg, ESPN staff
Sheer bizarreness connected with Manchester United’s collapsed move for Ander Herrera. The Press Association takes up the story: “It appeared three United officials had arrived at La Liga headquarters in Madrid to complete the formalities that would allow Herrera to finalise a move to Old Trafford. However, it now seems the trio were imposters and had nothing to do with United at all.”
Some further confirmations for you: Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Tom Carroll have joined QPR from Spurs on loan. 'Arry did say he had his eye on a loan deal or two, and has been as good as his word.
IMPORTANT GARETH BARRY NEWS: (From Richard Jolly) Can confirm Everton are paying all of Barry's wages as part of the loan deal. They are around £120,000 a week, making him much the best-paid player in their history.
The signings of Romelu Lukaku (on loan), Gareth Barry and James McCarthy and the sales of Marouane Fellaini and Victor Anichebe.
Man United grabs Fabio Coentrao on loan.
Despite the Old Trafford club initially agreeing to pay the €36m required to bring in the midfielder, sources have said that a series of technical issues because of Spanish tax laws left United scrambling to re-negotiate. It is understood that, as a consequence of that red tape, the English champions missed out because of a figure of around €6m.
United had a squad number assigned for the player and personal terms agreed, with Herrera even agreeing to take a pay cut. Despite the failure, it seems likely United will go back in for the 24-year-old in January."
#1552, who is that? Man City?
We've finished 4th twice in the last four seasons! Of course that only counted once because #### Chelsea in their stupid ####### asses.
I got Crewe into the Premier League in year 6 finished 19 even after beating United at home and on the road, currently trying to get back. The board paid themselves a dividend about half the total payroll they allowed me to spend in the Premier League.
The board paid themselves a dividend about half the total payroll they allowed me to spend in the Premier League.
I've dipped a toe into FM, taking over Torquay United, which has been interesting. Have scheduled a million friendlies all over the place to try to raise money... No idea if this is a good idea or not, but it seemed the only way to quickly raise $ as a League 2 side.
Get as many players on loan that don't need you to pay wages as you can. And focus on cup matches, they bring in big bucks (for a League 2 side). If you wind up playing a Championship team in the FA Cup at home, play for the draw so you can get gate receipt money from the replay.
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