Interesting stuff that, cheers. See Smalling for an indication of Hodgson's record with lanky prodigious defensive nippers of this ilk.
unbelievable that man city aside, we're the most active club in the transfer market so far this summer!anyway, more good news.
O'Dea, I assume?
Anyone seen him play?
I really hope we can get Sami in a coaching role. The youngsters would really benefit from his experience and knowledge. Understatement, I know.
Wait to see what the net spend is....
Saw this on the news yesterday, haven't been online since. So apologies if all of this has been discussed within the first pages of this thread.Very good singing, and makes me more excited than Joe Cole. Mainly because it means that a) the club hasn't completely abandoned its youth policy, which i feared for after selling Insua. Also because we have now succesfully signed three of the biggest young talents in Britain, which clearly shows or training set-up does stand out from other clubs. All vital if we want to keep existing as a club, because we haven't got the money to buy or way out of any problems.
Didi would be great as well.
A place full of grammer Nazi's?
'Grammar' and no apostrophe in 'nazis'.
Would this be the first jock we've had since Gary Mc?Never done us any harm havin a Sweaty in the team before!
I've said for a while we would never, ever win the league without a Scottish player.Maybe we'll win #19 this year!!
It will be negative. Or, it will be positive if including contract renewals and signing fees, as we apparently now do.For the moment and for this thread, it doesn't matter. It's a positive signing. Whether Hodgson is given £100m or £50 to spend, how he spends it matters. This is a good signing.
I was trying to think if we'd had one after Gary Mc,i couldn't so i asked the question.Didn't mention winning the league,i'm not that fuckin stupid.
Be funny if we did though.That would shut me up for at least 5 minutes.
Delighted the club keep purchasing young british talent, it can only be a good thing for the club looking at the future 5-10 years down the line!
Also because we have now succesfully signed three of the biggest young talents in Britain, which clearly shows or training set-up does stand out from other clubs. All vital if we want to keep existing as a club, because we haven't got the money to buy or way out of any problems.
Yep. Got no problem with us buying young players. Not sure about buying 28+ year olds. But young lads that can be molded is a good thing.
It was only the action of the fans in exposing their plans that prevented it. Not the media, not the Football Association or the Premier League (who must now take a long, hard look at their rules), but the fans.
Andy how old was Gary Mc when he joined? He wasnt too bad was he?
Got a feeling this kid is going to be the next Alan Hansen.
Would sacrifice Fordy in a sacred Mayan ritual to have him as the next Liverpool manager
Well, if he's a left-footer then he'll need to wait for the Danish Alan Hansen to retire before becoming the next-next Alan Hansen.
I have been wrecking my head trying to think who he means, Celtics defence was pretty awful last season, if he means O'Dea and is rating him better than Wilson then i would have to question his judgement on players, O'Dea couldn't hack it at Reading and has done nothing of note in the SPL, surely he can't mean O'Dea
This Rooney hating has gone too far now! I'm outside Old Traffod and there's a guy burning small effigies of Rooney and selling them to fans!Oh, hang on... Sorry!! It's a baked potato stand...
La la laaaa laaa laaal laaah!
Roy's been a busy man.Left back now please.
Spackers (talking nonsense about Agger but interesting on the kid's footballing ability): http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/football/spl/2010/05/21/spackman-leaving-rangers-for-liverpool-will-transform-danny-wilson-into-a-big-league-star-86908-22274019/
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