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lauren

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elsewhere on this forum i said we were well out of it. as good as tevez is, this is all just a massive can of worms. cant wait to see west ham drown under them worms when the cans opened. im hungry. anyone for a worm sandwich.

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If money gets paid to a 3rd party then West Ham should be relegated. I don't think they want this deal to go through because it will be scrutinised and authorities will want to know who received what money and how much.

I think clubs will think twice about using a player who's registration is held by a 3rd party.

All very dodgey.

We keep Robben, they don't get Tevez, would be a nice week!

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Reckon manure are playing a bit of the bully boy here. It's time the authorities put a stop to it. Just imagine the headlines if he (Tevez) had turned up at the Bridge for a medical without WHU's permission. They would be calling for a least a 9 point deduction

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Haven't manure already paid westham for tevez, when they let them win the last game of the season to stay up (worth around ?40M).

now westham aren't allowed to keep their end of the deal, as the premier league want to see money changing hands.

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Haven't manure already paid westham for tevez, when they let them win the last game of the season to stay up (worth around ?40M).

now westham aren't allowed to keep their end of the deal, as the premier league want to see money changing hands.

No they haven't payed any money.

The word is..... the Filth from the North wanted Tevez on a Loan deal.

But there are too many problems with his ownership.

So both Clubs have appealed to FIFA and the likely out-come is that Sc*m Utd will get their player......

....But at a price agreed by both W*st Ham and the agent..... and the fee split down the middle.

FIFA dont need the Aggro! (hello hello)

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I get it TT. A few Millwall mates reckon that last game of the season was a sweetner in the Tevez deal.

I'll explain it for Glory icon_wink.gif

''IF we manage to win today, and stay up, in a game you DONT need to win, well, that Tevez player your interested in, he might be your's next summer''

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I get it TT. A few Millwall mates reckon that last game of the season was a sweetner in the Tevez deal.

I'll explain it for Glory icon_wink.gif

''IF we manage to win today, and stay up, in a game you DONT need to win, well, that Tevez player your interested in, he might be your's next summer''

conspiracy.gif

There is only one way to avoid such an accusation - don?t loan the player out to United. Indeed, why the Hammers should regard a loan dean for Tevez as being in their best interests in ANY circumstances remains a mystery. On second thoughts, there is another alternative - why not sell him outright to one of United?s main rivals, thereby making it blatantly obvious that you are not beholden to them in any shape or form.

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For methe bottom line for West Ham is not to advertise the fact that the deal to sign Tevez which they now claim to be above board, is actually not above board at all and all their current denials to allow Tevez to have a medical is delaying tactics until such time as they can work out the best way to manage the transfer without drawing themselves back into the firing line.

Of course they would love to get ?30m in the bank, or even ?15m, however if, as it may be so, all the loot would go straight into the hands of Tevez' real owners then West Ham are not just pennyless but are alsoin a world of pain with the authorities.

As for the idea of West Ham pulling the plug well that could also be complicated. On one hand it would be good for them as they could clearly do with Tevez in the squad, on the other hand, if the player's owenership is stillnot squeaky clean then how long do West Ham want to carry on taking the risk? On the other hand again if it isn't squeaky clean West Ham may actually be struggling to exercise any power over the player at all.

As for flogging him to one of Utd's rivals I am sure they would be perfectly happy to if one of those rivals were actually interested and the money was right - however it would appear we're not (dry your eyes Dorset!!)

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Joe Cole has always been reasonably wellr eceived by them hasn't he. It is just Lamps that gets abuse form them.

Why they should give Tevez a warm welcome given that he has asked for his contract to be torn up is beyond me - at least they got good money for Lamps!

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Joe Cole has always been reasonably well received by them hasn't he. quote]

Only because over shadowed by hatred for Lampard. They still harp on about the fact he said he was staying and they sold him a few days before the season started, after all their season ticket renewals had been received. I've tried to explain that the deal would have already been wrapped up by then and it was the selling club who held it out for their own purpose (ST renewals), but like most Spammers, they just don't see it.

Ferdinand is the only player who left that club and gets any sort of reception upon his return.

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I could always understand letting Ince have it........

He was a wide boy with a big mouth and left in a shocking way!

I could even understand Cundy getting stick ............I mean YOU CANT GO TO SP*RS!!!

But...... They really do have a nerve slagging Frank off!!

I know plenty of Irons and at the time they didn't think Frank was even good enough to play for them.

I couldn't count the amount of times I heard.... "He's only in the squad cos of his old man".

And when Harry left and took his back-room staff....

...Including Frank's dad.

What was he supposed to do??

I don't understand why they have a problem with him??

They love Harry but hate the two Franks!

And at 11 Million pound (That was 7 Million to much at the time).

I could never work it out???

Bunch of W*nkers!!!

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As for flogging him to one of Utd's rivals I am sure they would be perfectly happy to if one of those rivals were actually interested and the money was right - however it would appear we're not (dry your eyes Dorset!!)

There isn?t a dry eye in the house these days, Loz, but appearances can be deceptive, just as the Tevez 'love in' with United is only skin deep. After all, when there is only one show in town (or appears to be) what else can a showman do but join the troupe? At the moment it?s either the Northern Footlights or a return trip for a bit of vaudeville with the Any Old Irons. However, if our own London Palladium was suddenly available, who knows what might happen.

Coming back to the current impasse, you?d think that Gill would have dropped Joorabchian way before now, but for some strange reason he needs him in tow even if the pungent smell of corruption is in the air. The Premier League are not going to budge regarding registration and cash to the Hammers, so it really is time to pay up or shut up. Why United continue to prevaricate, and even call on FIFA for arbitration to add to the delays (and probably the smell), simply beggars belief. Just give West Ham the money - it?s not rocket science for Pete?s sake!

Talking of Pete, if he came in now for a late cameo performance I?d give him a standing ovation. He?s still got the time, the money, but, as you say Loz, does he have the inclination? Go on Mr Kenyon, there are a fair few of us in the audience who think that ?The Amazing Carlitos? would be a showstopper. The following morning's revues on Sky Sports News might be a little muted, but that in itself would be worth the price of a ticket to see!

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I was on Joe Cole's personal website a while back (it was a fair while now admitedly) and there was a poll about whether the people there support Chelsea. Amazingly, very few identified themselves as Chelsea fans and most were actually West Ham fans. So I think his still pretty well received back at West Ham, its just Lampard who they don't like.

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