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With both this and the Kakuta case, i really have no no hope that we will get the judgements that we deserve, and so fully expect us to be slightly shafted by both.

My faith in any of the governing bodies to administer with good sense and impartiality is pretty much non existant.

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With both this and the Kakuta case, i really have no no hope that we will get the judgements that we deserve, and so fully expect us to be slightly shafted by both.

My faith in any of the governing bodies to administer with good sense and impartiality is pretty much non existant.

Kakuta case is different because it's going to CAS which is independant of FIFA, and has backed us before in the Mutu case. I suspect we'll end up paying closer to Citeh's valuation on Sturridge though.

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This is a decent fee considering his age and potential.

http://www.premierleague.com/page/Headline...1932749,00.html

Let's put it this way: if he comes good and reaches those figures while playing with us, paying 6.5 max for a young English striker of top quality is a steal by today's standards.

If he doesn't, we won't have to pay that much in the end,anyway.

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Let's put it this way: if he comes good and reaches those figures while playing with us, paying 6.5 max for a young English striker of top quality is a steal by today's standards.

Exactly. What a steal, great bit of luck in our favor.

Now that his future is sorted and starting spot is within sight, hopefully he takes the bull by the horns!

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cue Bluemoon telling us how its a great fee for city because they got rid of the "big head"

Oh dear, the tribunal is over and all you can think of is me. xx

Anyhow its good that its over, money is irrelevant in a way, good fee for both though and we get a sell on fee.

I wish him luck now its all settled.

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Oh dear, the tribunal is over and all you can think of is me. xx

Anyhow its good that its over, money is irrelevant in a way, good fee for both though and we get a sell on fee.

I wish him luck now its all settled.

oh you are still here. i thought maybe you were busy elsewhere after not involving yourself in the debate we had over your signing of and ageing Viera, and the fun we had over you being turned down by Veron.

nice to see our friends in the media still maange to make it look like a bad thing for chelsea. sky reported it as "Chelsea pay upto £6.5 million for a player yet to score in the prem for them".

and the mirror today has City scoring a small victory over us. and the guardian takes it that little bit further, saying this "Chelsea have been left to digest the cost of signing Daniel Sturridge from Manchester City last summer, and it could be as much as £18.5m over the course of the striker's four-year contract." even though the club have said they are happy with the decision. i love the way they try and turn it all to make it look like a bad thing for Chelsea.

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oh you are still here. i thought maybe you were busy elsewhere after not involving yourself in the debate we had over your signing of and ageing Viera, and the fun we had over you being turned down by Veron.

nice to see our friends in the media still maange to make it look like a bad thing for chelsea. sky reported it as "Chelsea pay upto �6.5 million for a player yet to score in the prem for them".

and the mirror today has City scoring a small victory over us. and the guardian takes it that little bit further, saying this "Chelsea have been left to digest the cost of signing Daniel Sturridge from Manchester City last summer, and it could be as much as �18.5m over the course of the striker's four-year contract." even though the club have said they are happy with the decision. i love the way they try and turn it all to make it look like a bad thing for Chelsea.

Point me in the direction of said debates then. I saw your transfer thread and thought that was it.

Ah well Vieira cant be as sh*t as Ballack and its good to see we are concerning you enough to have to debate our signings. As for Veron, how im gutted he turned down the offer that was banter between two friends. At least we didnt spunk 20 million on the sh*t house.

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'Vieira cant be as sh*t as Ballack.'

Dear oh dear, have you ever actually watched him play? Consistently one of our best players? probably not, but he has had many good games for Chels, and I would wager a considerble amount that he brings more to the team than an old and past it Veira will to yours.

There was a reason Jose didn't play him that much, and a reason he was happy to let him go.

Sounding a tad tetchy now bluemoon!

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Would the clauses be cancelled if he moves on, either for free or sold?

Like if he is sold, and eventually plays for England, we wouldn't have to pay the fee would we?

i presume if he doesnt hit a target whilst signed to us then we wont have to pay it.

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