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  1. #16
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    Rio Ferdinand got fined 45k pounds for calling Ashley Cole a choc ice

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    Sir Alex Fagstick said they were better than Everton today What a ****ing crock of ****

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    i used to like ferguson. he turned into a bitter old man

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    Quote Originally Posted by D1RoseJM View Post
    i used to like ferguson. he turned into a bitter old man
    His career speaks for himself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by D1RoseJM View Post
    i used to like ferguson. he turned into a bitter old man
    He was talking about how paying that much money for Lucas was ridiculous because he's a teenager. Just read that when he bought Rooney, it broke the record for most expensive transfer for a teen

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    Shanghai Shenhua's marquee signings Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka could soon be back on the market, with the club facing a financial crisis.


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    Anelka and Drogba could leave Shenhua
    The Shenhua chairman, Zhu Jun, who owns a 28.5% stake in the club, is demanding more control over how it operates, and if his request is not met, he is likely to withdraw his funding.

    Jun had an agreement with the Chinese Super League outfit that, if he invested 15 million over a two-year period, he would be able to increase his stake to more than 70%.

    The other stakeholders are five separate state-owned companies, who have reportedly failed to put any money into the club, while Jun has spent over 60 million since he became involved with Shenhua in 2007.

    Shares should have been transferred in 2009, and the delay has angered Jun.

    "It is annoying and has had a bad effect on many of our tasks," a club official said. "The biggest problem is that the operation and financing work of the club cannot be carried out normally. The equity stakes issue has become the biggest bottleneck for the development of Shenhua."

    Colombian forward Giovanni Moreno missed the club's game at the weekend, fuelling speculation that Shenhua had been unable to pay his transfer fee to former club Racing of Argentina.

    If Jun were to withdraw his investment, the likes of Drogba and Anelka would most likely to be the first to leave, due to their high wages, with each of them earning over 190,000 per week.
    http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/st...henhua?cc=5901

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    Shanghai Shenhua's marquee signings Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka could soon be back on the market, with the club facing a financial crisis.


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    Anelka and Drogba could leave Shenhua
    The Shenhua chairman, Zhu Jun, who owns a 28.5% stake in the club, is demanding more control over how it operates, and if his request is not met, he is likely to withdraw his funding.

    Jun had an agreement with the Chinese Super League outfit that, if he invested 15 million over a two-year period, he would be able to increase his stake to more than 70%.

    The other stakeholders are five separate state-owned companies, who have reportedly failed to put any money into the club, while Jun has spent over 60 million since he became involved with Shenhua in 2007.

    Shares should have been transferred in 2009, and the delay has angered Jun.

    "It is annoying and has had a bad effect on many of our tasks," a club official said. "The biggest problem is that the operation and financing work of the club cannot be carried out normally. The equity stakes issue has become the biggest bottleneck for the development of Shenhua."

    Colombian forward Giovanni Moreno missed the club's game at the weekend, fuelling speculation that Shenhua had been unable to pay his transfer fee to former club Racing of Argentina.

    If Jun were to withdraw his investment, the likes of Drogba and Anelka would most likely to be the first to leave, due to their high wages, with each of them earning over 190,000 per week.
    http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/st...henhua?cc=5901

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    Like it.

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    Fergie is in Flushing watching Murray play in the US Open Final. Had I known that I would have stalked the man. lol

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    Ferguson was once spotted at the Horse Racing course in Cyprus

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    @barcastuff:
    Lionel Messi has scored 11 penalty goals in the Liga the last two season #fcblive Only Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo has more (12) [via opta]
    Where's JWE who says Messi's goals are nothing but spot kicks?

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    They each had 14 last season

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    looks like ibra is killing it in the french league too... he is too good to play in there... i wonder if he will ever try EPL before he gets too old

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    Jozy Altidore had an absolutely brilliant game for AZ Alkmaar today, coming off of a jetlag after he played for the US last Thursday.
    He scored 3 fantastic goals, set up a ton of dangerous possesions and got named MOTM. Great striker for the Dutch Eredivisie's standards.

    Couldn't find any footage of his goals, but I recommend you guys search for them because all three were stunning.
    Last edited by BSardogan; 09-16-2012 at 01:42 PM.


    Oh to be a Gooner...

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