Transfer stuff

Nothing about Torres to Chelsea, or Bale to Inter, but other stuff…

Good Girl Gone Bad


How did it come to this? Rihanna was so sweet, singing about discos and fruit punch and the weather – now look at her. If she’s not dying her hair RED, she’s calling rapper KATT (us neither) THE WORST SWEAR WORD IN THE WORLD on her Twitter page.

She’s more mental than if someone was to take the brain of Keith Moon, put it in the body of Keith Richards, make it the fifth member of Motley Crew and send it on a night out with Sid Vicious and Ozzy Osborne IN THE 80S! – chill out, RiRi.

Anyway, here’s what the papers are saying about non-Fernando Torres and Gareth Bale related transfer news.

According to The Daily Sky Sports News, Jonathan Woodgate has turned down a season-long loan move to Wolves.  Mick McCarthy was keen to get the injury-plagued defender into his injury-plagued team, presumably so they could swap tips on how to get past the Vietnam bit on the new Call of Duty.

The Telegraph reckons West Ham have turned down a rather cheeky bid from Tottenham. Apparently, wheeler-dealer Harry Redknapp put in a Robbie Keane and £2 million bid for the only player who has performed above a 6/10 for the Irons this season, Scott Parker.

It was never going to happen though, was it? Mainly because the footballing hierarchy in England have suddenly decided that Keane is a bit crap.

The only club who have even glanced in Keane’s direction recently, Birmingham City, seem to have had enough of the sparkly-eyed Irishman and have instead got ex-Newcastle striker Obafemi Martins in on a six-month loan deal from Russian club Rubin Kazan.

Finally, Spurs are to make another move for Everton captain Phil N… N… NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! STOP IT! IT’S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN! Leave. It. Alone.

Oh, and despite drawing a line under the whole thing yesterday, The Daily Mirror reckons Al Jazeera want Andy Gray and Richard Keys to front their football coverage.

Here’s a fresh line – __________________.

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  • polo shirts // March 1, 2011 at 12:19 pm

    The story was good.

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