Thursday, June 09, 2005

Bayern, Bordeaux, Dortmund, Crystal Palace, Espaynol, Manchester City and Anderlecht all have something in common

All of these teams have a budding talent which seems destined to leave, the question remains, where? Surprisingly, the deals have not already been done.

I still wonder who will move for Anderlecht’s Aruna Dindane, clearly determined to leave. He really does deserve a better club, if he doesn’t move, I hope Ivory Coast qualify for the World Cup, he is said to play well along side Didier Drogba of Chelsea.

Borussia Dortmund's Tomas Rosicky remains a great player on a club with huge debts. Where are the suitors for this great midfielder? Did any scouts notice how creative he was with the ball at Euro 2004 with the Czech Republic?

Michael Ballack from Bayern Munich would like to play abroad and Bayern don’t want to let him go. He could go to Real Madrid, as they would surely buy him.

Bordeaux’s Rio Mavuba is one of the finest prospects in the world, although a stubborn Bordeaux refuse to negotiate.

Manchester City, Shaun Wright-Phillips.

Crystal Palace’s Andy Johnson, this is a tough one. Its hard to remain in a national side from the second division. But maybe its time Sven make a statement if he doesn't move?

Espaynol's Carlos Kameni is a world class goalkeeper and deserved the spot that van der Sar got at Man U. He could land in Italy at this rate: with all the goalkeeping issues in England’s Premiership, you’d imagine a club would make the call to Spain.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

cook pass babtridge! SWP is going nowhere you damn fool.

6/09/2005 11:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SWP is going nowhere!

6/10/2005 3:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dont forget rob harvey - he would fit into any team - what a signing he could be !!!!

6/14/2005 3:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Dean Williams has got the skills good enough for any world class team!

6/14/2005 3:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


6/14/2005 4:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this a foreign website cause the grammar is poor, SWP will leave

6/18/2005 1:35 AM  

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