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how are your teams doing in Fantasy PL guys? Seems the start is shocking.
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Had a brilliant 2nd week to make up for an avg week 1 & week3.

Kane is ruining my team. :P
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any Spurs leagues Suraj?

and yeee, Kane is worthless this Fantasy season.
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Got a couple, don't have league id now. Will post it on your wall over the weekend. :)
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West Brom have made a really strong statement, which kills the deal IMO. Absolutely no chance of Berahino to anywhere this summer(unless he or some club do a Raheem sterling)

EDIT: Statement in full

CHAIRMAN Jeremy Peace today ruled out the prospect of Saido Berahino leaving Albion during this summers transfer window.

Peace met with the 22-year-old striker at the Club's training ground this afternoon following two rejected bids for the player from Tottenham Hotspur.

Peace said: I have informed Saido that he will not be transferred during this summer window and that he is staying at the club.

As I have made clear from the moment Tottenham lodged their first bid for Saido on August 18, selling our top goalscorer was never on our agenda this summer.

Our plans have always been based on Saido being part of our squad for the 2015-16 season.

But there are two other good reasons why he will not be sold.

Firstly, had we ever entertained the notion of selling him we have not received an offer anywhere near attractive enough from Tottenham Hotspur.

Not only have the offers been too low as a valuation of the player, but they have been based on stage-payments and add-ons over a long period which do nothing to reflect Saidos ability and potential.

The Chairman was also critical of the timing of Tottenhams bids, beginning as they did with only two weeks remaining of the summer transfer window.

Peace added: I have the greatest respect for Daniel Levy but he must surely appreciate we would have needed to replace Saido had he left and no consideration of that position has been reflected by Tottenhams strategy.

It has contributed to our completing our last two games without a key player.

I have spoken to Saido and of course I have sympathy for him. He has been unsettled and distracted by all this and I understand that.

But I have strongly advised him to put this behind him and get back to what he does best which is to work hard for the team and score goals for Albion
Stage payments and add-ons... It doesn't exactly sound like an offer that's too good to refuse...
Sigh of relief
What's our plan B?
Would've been a waste of money. The kid is way overpriced. We haven't seen that Njie dude in action yet. He might turn out to be decent.
Son is a pain in the backside for defenders. Both theirs and ours, if he plays as a winger. RB/LB will need to do defensive duties with him on the pitch, as Son is kind of like Defoe in his movement, off the shoulder of the defender with some good off the ball runs. His touch is pretty good as is his technique. Movement drags players away from Keissling and as a result has a number of non stat reflecting assists.

He prefers his left foot, but is still comfortable shooting with his right. As a result, can play anywhere across the LW/RW/ST/SS positions. He's not a CAM though, not defensively sound enough imo. Pure attacker. A counter attack threat as well. Likes shooting from distance and a lot of his goals come from outside the box. Seen him hit the bar and go just a whisker away with some curling shots from tough angles. He just turned 23, so is a player who's definitely going to improve as well. Consistently over 10 goals a season playing a wing/SS role is nothing to sneer at in the Bundesliga.

Also of note, he does play the role of striker for his country, South Korea. This brings me to the unspoken point so far of this transfer. Is he a good player? I rate him and would be pleased with the transfer. He'll need some bedding in time with some rough tackling, and people shouldn't be swayed by the price tags. 25 million pounds now is not the same as it was even 3-4 years ago. With increased revenue from TV deals, every club is able to buy and has in a way, pushed up the price of the average transfer. What isn't well known, is that he brings a lot of merchandising opportunity. Any Asian player worth their salt brings in some good revenue from the Asian market, and Son certainly is worth it. I wouldn't be too shocked if he clicks and we see AIA replaced by another Asian giant.

Win win with both improving the team and the brand value of the club in a tough Asian market.
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Really great player, only issue is his consistency, sometimes he can go missing in matches especially against physical teams. However, if you play him as a second striker that could improve his consistency.
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One question though, since you mentioned he was 23, doesn't that mean that when he turns 28 he'll have to return to Korea to serve in the army? Not totally sure about this, but I did remember reading a list about South Korean's not too long ago.

If any of you are aware about this, please do let me know.
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Atleast we agree on this mag ;) i would be happy with the signing seems like a better deal than berahino.

Depending how he gets utilised i still feel we are a striker short.
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Le Derp, this is what I have been wondering since yest.
He would have had an exemption if he were in 2012 Olympics squad.(I don't think he was).

Read somewhere that since his schooling isn't completed(not sure how true it is), he can stretch it out till 35, which sounds very conveniently made up to me. :P


Agree with Thorby. We do need another striker. We still have only 1 natural striker in the squad.
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@ Thornby : we don't always disagree bud. Would be a boring world if we all agreed in everything!

About Son's military issues... They are 5 years away. Even if he does have to go there 5 years down the line and we lose him for free, we'll easily make a majority (if not more) via promoting the club in Asia. He's dubbed as the poster boy of Asia. We'll suddenly see a lot of shirt sales in south Korea and our matches on TV. Almost as good as a free transfer, all things considered. Considering he's actually good, this makes it all the sweeter.

If we do sell lamela and townsend, then wouldn't be shocking at all if we signed both son and berahino, with dembele moving into central midfield. It'll be interesting to see how many would still whinge about levy if that happens.
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"There is a request and there are talks. But nothing is done. Son would not have played today anyway, he was sick at the weekend already. At this moment he is our player,” he told Sky.

"I saw many medicals in this business where there was no deal afterwards.

"We will try to reach an agreement, but only under our conditions."

http://m.goal.com/s/en-za/news/4682/transfer-zone/2015/08/26/14778162/voller-confirms-sons-tottenham-medical?utm_referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fmobile.newsnow.co.uk%2FA%2F789440750%3F-19389%3A793
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Absolutely out of the blue. Going to be a big money foreign signing, which I did not expect at all. Will be interesting to see the Levy battle now. I wonder if he's the striker or the winger replacement for lamela.
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I would very much love to see this transfer happen. If it's because Lamela is leaving? That feels a little harsh to Coco...but maybe it's time to move on from our record signing. You can say he wasn't given a fair chance, but his recent games have been so shocking (and such a dramatic drop from where he was last season), that replacing him with a proven entity who is also an elite prospect seems pretty exciting. But if we're to move 2 of Lamela, Townsend, and Lennon, we need another player in as well. If we got two of Berahino, Yarmolenko, and Son I would lose my mind.

Uh, and maybe we could still sign a CM? That would be nice? Please?
Well Isnotfish Wanyama has not travelled with Southampton today...
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Wanyama not travelling is a good start but has he unfollowed Southampton on twitter though? :P

WHR, Wanyama has a stomach infection, then again so does Son.


@IsNotFish: In an ideal scenario, We will have 3 players(Son, Berahin & CM). When has Levy delivered the ideal?
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Looks like those medicals are pointless then, infection must be the new transfer request, suppose berahino will have an infection in the morning, lol
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This really came out of nowhere. Not even a link before today.

They want a lot of money for him. Is he worth it???
Son's manager is pretty unhappy with the timing, and it almost feels like this is a done deal, with all that's left is the terms of signing.


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HEUNG MIN SOOOOOOOON..

..has come right out of the blue.

All over the transfer news now. What's going on.
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Probably just paper talk. (unjinx!)
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Being a Tottenham fan during transfer windows isn't healthy for my heart.

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We was speaking about him 2 years ago, should ha e sit ed him then, it's a shame we won't take a risk, cos we could have had wanyama and him then, lol
Out of the blue, indeed. I have my doubts if its true.
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And to think at that time we could have had him for £7m!!!
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If only we signed him 4 years ago, we could have had him for 700k!

That said, I've been looking at more reports and I seriously doubt that this is true. Leverkusen has a champions league playoff match on Wednesday and are trailing 1-0. Won't sanction a sale.
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Yeah I can't see our, we've been moaning about overpaying for an englishmen with prem experience for the same cost, lol
@Mag: I doubt that too. From what I read, he might be out with an infection. If so, then the papers have brilliantly timed this article. :P
Not a fan of this guy anyways.
Considering he's in London for a medical, this is looking very promising.

Son would be an AWESOME signing. He's got pace, dribbling, goals, truly 2 footed, can play as a lone striker or across the 3 AM positions, can play a through ball, and most importantly...HE CAN PRESS. Leverkusen uses one of THE biggest press systems in European football, and Son is already excelling at it. This guy is better than any of our AM's (except possibly Eriksen), actually plays #9 (was 2nd best at the Asian cup for Korea as a solo striker), and costs LESS than what we'd pay for Berahino?

I know he's not English, but he's 23 and very good. He would make our starting line up instantly better. What's not to like here???
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Is football so bereft of talents that we need to go through all this trouble in trying to sign Berahino? What was the point of bringing in Paul Mitchell and his network of scouts if we're just gonna go for over-hyped English youngsters? Don't we have enough of those already?

And f**k this s**t with Lamela. The kid never got a chance in his best position. Poch would rather play Paulinho, Bentaleb, or Mason at CAM before giving Lamela a sniff at it. Why? He's clearly the most creative player next to Eriksen. Screw it. What do I know.
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I don't think Berahino is overhyped, who are our overhyped youngsters? Lamela has had ample opportunity here at Spurs and it hasn't worked out.
Mason is not over-hyped? Townsend was not over-hyped? Kane is not being over-hyped? We have different definitions of that then. And yes, I think Berahino doesn't yet deserve the plaudits he's getting from the media.

You didn't really read my comment. I said he didn't get a chance at his *best* position. He's just not effective out wide. Are you saying you'd rather play those three I mentioned in the hole rather than Lamela who had most assists last season despite being dropped repeatedly over the course of the campaign?
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Lamela should have been better used in behind the striker. The stats still show him as the most creative, even when not playing at his best out wide.
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We have a very fixed problem, Amp. We cannot attract players the same way as some other clubs do for a multitude of reasons.

1) No champions league
2) No paying 100k for one player
3) No ridiculous sign on bonuses (sets the precedent for any transfer afterwards where every idiotic agent will demand huge amounts).
4) A fanbase that overhypes any local player and goes as far as booing and abusing players on twitter after a poor result. Soldado still gets spurs trolls after scoring for Villareal. No two ways around it, some of the supporters are downright morons. Kane barely touched the ball in the first half, same problem as Lamela when we were playing 4-4-1-1, and everyone goes after Lamela despite him creating a couple of chances during his time on. The attitude towards "big signings" is staggeringly bad. Just take a look at the welcome N'Jie got. "No name striker.. out with Levy!", without even bothering to learn that he's a winger. Either he's not English, so he's crap, or he's not a big fifa player, so he's crap. lol.

5) No recognition of what Levy has done all year. He's pulled some miracles out of the bag with the Kop end stadium modifications and the NFL deal, while people sit here moaning about strikers who just don't want to come here or clubs not wanting to sell. WBA doesn't want to sell, and so Levy is a w****r who refuses to part with money, obviously! (sarcasm alert). "25 million for a guy with one good season?! f**k off!", while we are happy to say that Kane is worth 50-60 Million or more. The WHL tinted glasses during this time of the season are extrodinary.



We have our own overhyped youngsters, Kalopsia. Townsend, Bentaleb, Mason, Pritchard and even Alli. I have nothing against any of them, but they get away with crap performances every week (Townsend and Bentaleb especially) while others get slaughtered for their moderate performances. Lamela is like Soldado. Wasted by managers who didn't understand how to use an asset, despite them being tough trainers and team players who keep their head down and don't say much in the media. We've been really obtuse with our formations, and the blame goes with AVB, Poch and Baldini, for buying players who don't suit the system for a manager who refuses to budge from theirs.
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I think Kane would do a far better job playing in behind a front man than Lamela, If we had someone like Berahino leading the line I think they could be very successful together. You've got to put into perspective what teams he was assisting and doing well against, and the majority were lower league or europa league opposition where he was offered time and space. When you take that time away from his game he doesn't cut it. .

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Hah! Kane? Sorry man, but you're grasping at straws. Weren't you one of the people justifying getting rid of Holtby because Lamela can do the job behind the striker? Did he get enough chances playing there? Nope. That's all I'm saying.

The majority of his assists were in PL, not in cups. People like to play this down and exaggerate his flaws. Saying Kane will do better behind someone like Berahino is pure conjecture even if they have had time playing in the U21s. Different system under a different manager in much easier competitions.
I think Kane's a better passer of the ball than people give him credit for. I genuinely think he'd do well in that position. Lamela played right wing for Roma anyway which is the same position he's playing now. . All of a sudden his best position is number 10? And I agree Lamela would do a better job than Holtby in that position but thats irrelevant.
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Straw man after straw man. I never said he wasn't. Being a good passer and having the creativity are two different things though. Does he have both? Perhaps. But I'm not talking about Kane.

You tell me to put things into perspective (wrongly, I might argue), and then you bring up Roma and Serie A? Do I even need to explain the difference in playing styles in the two leagues?

EDIT: The point about Holtby and Lamela is not irrelevant. It's kind of the _whole_ point. He never got a chance playing there.
You talk about it like he's changing sport, I get that the pace in Italy is a lot slower which is most likely why he flourished there. He's a good player don't get me wrong, when you give good players time on the ball they can get you results. He isn't afforded that in England, he hasn't adapted which all good footballers must do at some point in their careers. Your not going to play Holtby ahead of Bale or Eriksen are you? Even Siggy was a better option at that point in time . . Equally your not going to play Lamela in that position ahead of Eriksen? He hasn't done enough to justify, oh he's going to be a success at number 10 so lets blame the management for not playing him there. . You can't be content with his latest performances surley?
Lamela is useless doesnt matter what position he plays in! and he certainly isnt our 2nd most creative player. Ive seen more creativity from kyle walker! He may not have been given much of a chance in a number 10 role but he has been given chance after chance in the team which is more than what we can say for alot of other players.
Kalopsia, again you're ignoring my points. Poch played Paulinho, Mason, and Bentaleb and even moved Eriksen out wide in some games. THAT is what I'm complaining about. Again--since you never really addressed ANY of my points--would you rather play those three?

What I'm saying is if Eriksen is out injured or is not performing, then PLAY the damn kid there.

Hasn't done enough? He had more assists than Eriksen and most of them came when he drifted in the middle. MORE ASSISTS THAN ERIKSEN. I don't care if it's against cup teams (which most were not). The fact is no one else was doing it, and he did. That's the best he can do to justify playing there without actually being started there. What more do you want?

I'm not satisfied with ANY of our attacking players. My whole argument was against selling the kid.

EDIT: Sorry Thornby. I'm no stranger to hyperbole, but if you're gonna say Walker's been more creative than Lamela then I'm taking it as cue to not take your statement seriously.
"Ive seen more creativity from kyle walker! "

Don't mean to single you out, Thornby, I like you and you're a good guy. I've always enjoyed talking to Kalopsia as well. This isn't anything personal. But This is exactly the attitude that is beyond mystifying. Walker, who can't not overhit a pass or hit a cross against the first defender... Everything's made up for because of his pace. England and its fixation with pace.

Kane did play in the Eriksen role, and that was his original position as he grew up. He wasn't rated too highly by us back then. He was far too slow and didn't distribute the ball well enough. He may have improved, but not enough to play him as a CAM/CF. We need our best players in our best positions, and Kane is at ST.

Kalopsia's argument is for a run of games for Lamela at #10. Eriksen did not play every game last season, and played even when he should have been rested due to sheer exhaustion. Lamela was the best bet. Contrary to popular belief, he didn't play right winger at Roma, he played RF. A second striker who's role was to play just behind the striker a little to the right. He drops around creating space and managed to make a ton of assists and goals.

The reason players like Soldado and Lamela struggle in the EPL is because of the sheer simplicity of the game in England. Run hard, get to 30 yards, shoot. Goes in? Brilliant. Doesn't? Boo! That's the standards that the EPL has gotten down to. Time and again the EPL has failed miserably in the CL and people pretend that the EPL is the best league in the world. It might be extremely entertaining, but it isn't the best by any stretch.

Our players lack intelligence to look up and understand what's happening. You see players like Soldado, Lamela, Holtby, make some solid off the ball runs, but the players behind them never spot it. No through balls come through. Even Mason makes the runs sometimes but no one spots it. Infact, the person who's spotted more of those off the ball runs this season has been Toby. That's how ridiculously bad our midfield's vision is. The solution isn't to play every damn striker in the league, but to sign someone with vision to pick out a pass. Only Dembele is showing inclinations of doing that this year.
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No I personally wouldn't play those 3 but I don't see Lamela doing any better than he already is by just playing him at number 10. Ok he had more assists than Eriksen, Eriksen had more goals than Lamela not to mention match winning goals. I'm just sick of the excuses, he needs to start having an impact on matches regularly and I realise that means he needs to be playing regularly but then he doesn't do himself any favours by playing the way he has done the last two matches . . If he were doing it on a regular basis I'd be more inclined to agree with you. I want to make it clear I'm not against keeping him but I just feel at this point if he left I don't think we'd miss him. .
Would be nice to remember that the role of a CAM is to create rather than score, and even if it weren't, most of Eriksen's goals came off set pieces. Not open play.
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@Kalopsia

Eh. Agree to disagree then. I don't know what else to say when you're so reluctant to give the kid credit, waving his assists off by citing Eriksen's goals, as though that makes his contributions any less important.

@Mag

Exactly.
Which he did do last season, his important goals came from open play. I'll be the first to give him credit if he steps up this season! I just want more than what I'm currently seeing.
I'm going to sign off this discussion with one point. To everyone slating Lamela last game, please read Paddy's post on Page 2 now. He made a note of every bad passage of play last game. Read it and tell me again that Lamela was even remotely our worst player last game. He wasn't even in the top 5 worst players last game, and this selective criticism is rather unbecoming.

No matter how much anyone dresses down a CAM's lack of assists with goals, he scored 10. Not 20. Assisted 2. That is on par with the worst I've seen for a CAM with three attacking players in front of him (or alongside him). Eriksen's good, but massively overrated. He had an absolute s**t 2015.
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The last couple of months of last season Lamela was pretty much our best, most consistent player for creating chances. I think he is much better than we've got to see but as I've said before, he needs to be given a main role to shine. Not just as support in a system we set up to favour Kane and Eriksen, and certainly not as a sub when we're already struggling.
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But do you think he'll be given that here?

"Erik is part of my plans, the team.

"We need Lamela to show his real quality and we hope that this is the season he really shows his quality."

I hope so too!
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Sorry the walker referance was slight exagaration but my point still the same i havent seen any creativity from lamela

Mag i understand he hasnt been out worst player but he hasnt been one of our best either which he should be. hes had a good season to settle and hasnt. The best players can play RW one week and the next in a no10 role and still make an impact.
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We disagree far too much, Thornby. As north pointed out, was the best creative player for us in 2015 (Jan to may). People have really short memories. You obviously don't rate him, but to claim he isn't creative is just impossible for me to discuss about. So ending my stance.
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The stage is set. League Cup. Next round.
At the Lane, Arsenal.
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Can't beat a NLD in the Cup, let's hope Rose doesn't do what he did last time!!
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That match was a let down. I prefer to remember the last one.
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Another NLD to raise our heart rates...
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http://www.football-italia.net/71588/lamela-were-inter-talks

Tottenham star Erik Lamela’s father confirmed “we are in talks with Inter and would like a return to Italy.”

‘Coco’ Lamela has never quite settled in the Premier League since his move from Roma in 2013.

“We are in talks with Inter, so we’re discussing it,” Jose Lamela told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“I can confirm the rumours are true and the interest for Erik is real. We are waiting for more developments over the next few days.

“We would like a return to Italy and are open to negotiations. It’s true that he gave his best in Italy and that is probably more suited to his characteristics.

“We’ll see what happens over the final few days of the transfer market. We are waiting for news too…

“Erik was very happy in Serie A and had two great years with Roma. We would like a return to Serie A and we appreciate the Inter option.”
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Get your bags then coco
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What a shame.
How much would Inter be willing to pay though..?
How much does Levy want back of the money he spent?
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Baldini's last task before he leaves the club.
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It is a shame,over selling these players from the Bale money I don't think we have recouped what we shelled on lamela combined
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This sucks buffalo balls.
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/tottenham-hotspur/11823249/West-Bromwich-Albion-reject-22m-bid-from-Tottenham-for-Saido-Berahino.html

Bloody hell. I wish Fazio would just leave so we can not break our bank for this kid.
I'm really not wanting this kid, he's bitching and moaning and now we are going to feel the effect of that, he's going to be another ade imo
He is hardly bitching. He handed a transfer request like a professional who want to move. Only reason you think he is bitching is because West Brom is handling everything publicly.


I can only recall 1 incident in January. Pulis came in & set him straight & he seemed to take it on board.
He's came through West broms youth, he was bitching and moaning last January, he probably didn't want to play against United, he's now giving a transfer request, you want a bad egg like that in the squad? I don't want players like him at our club, especially for way more than he's worth cos levy wouldn't pull his f*****g finger out
I like Saido but 25m does seem a bit steep
Why have we not been linked with Austin? Proven goalscorer and would be waaaay cheaper.
Go read the Jenas article, WHR. :P
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Would take Austin all say long
Im with SS should be making a bid for austin, not overpaying for berahino. It all just comes across as desperation now being so close to the end of the window and we have one striker
Austin has a dodgy knee apparently.
22 million pound Berahino bid rejected.
25 should do it?
Man that sounds like way too much.
Agree SS

What pisses me off is, if we are actually going to pay what they want why the f**k didnt we do it weeks ago.
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Agree with that, this should've been completed ages ago. I don't think that's an outrageous amount considering the market. .


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3
13
3
-1
3
2
2
0
1
3
14
2
-1
4
3
1
2
0
3
15
2
-1
4
3
1
2
0
3
16
2
-2
4
2
1
2
0
3
17
2
-3
5
2
1
2
0
3
18
1
-4
8
4
2
1
0
3
19
1
-4
6
2
2
1
0
3
20
C/L  C/L Qualifying  UEFA Cup  Relegation 

UEFA Europa League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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