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Chelsea, have beaten Premier League rivals Arsenal and Manchester City to the signature of Turkish starlet Abdulkadir Kayali at MKE Ankaragucu, according to sources in Turkey.

The Gunners along with City are understood to have made offers to bring 17-year-old Kayali to the Premiership, but the midfielder has chosen to continue his football education at Stamford Bridge under the guidance of former Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. Rather, than the Eastlands or Emirates Stadium, where both Mark Hughes and Arsene Wenger were keen to attract the Turkish Under-17 International.

It is understood that a fee of £1.5million has been agreed between Ankaragucu and Chelsea and that Kayali has signed a five-year deal at the West London club, with the youngster due to join the Blues next month when he turns 18.

sounds interesting.

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i'm probably not wrong though, and thats the sad thing

di santo stoch sinclair, are all getting there experience on the bench,

which is exactly whats need for an 18 year old player. ok then, lets just throw the lot of them on and see how we do then. keep everyone happy that way...i mean, wenger does it so it must be right..

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Are you due on dkw :D

:D

just sick of the way nearly every thread about anything on here lately gets turned to how we dont play our young players. i posted a decent bit of player news and the first post shoots it straight down and is miserable.

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just sick of the way nearly every thread about anything on here lately gets turned to how we dont play our young players. i posted a decent bit of player news and the first post shoots it straight down and is miserable.

sorry mate, didnt want to put your post down in anyway, i'm glad we're signing youngsters, i'm just dis-heartened that they never seem to get a chance

but the turks have a good footballing set up with youngsters, and have produced some good midfielders over the years, lets just hope hahali makes the grade

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:D

just sick of the way nearly every thread about anything on here lately gets turned to how we dont play our young players. i posted a decent bit of player news and the first post shoots it straight down and is miserable.

Hey, how about this piece of positivity:

We apparently can sign players that don't speak portuguese! :D

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what position will he play at chelsea, other than on the bench

Central midfield, maybe the club see him as a future replacement for Lampard.

Abdülkadir Kayalı

This kid is the captain of the U-17 Turkish team, he was born on 31 October 1991. He plays in the CM position for both club and country. He has already made his debut for his side MKE Ankaragücü against Kasımpaşa SK in the Turkish Super Lig. He had a trial at Manchester City last year and impressed, but due to being under 16 at the time a deal was not done.

During the recent U-17 UEFA finals tournament, he starred for the host nation being a maestro in the midfield. He also scored a long range strike against France in knockout stage.

He is one of those players that is a few steps ahead of his team mates which can get frustrating when he provides the perfect through ball only for know one to have read the game the way he can.

He was listed as one of the Top 10 players of the Tournament, and having already made his debut this seasons for his club, he should defiantly get some more game time next season, but now is the time to buy him while he is cheap.

On the DB

Age: 17 years old

Born: 30 January 1991

Nationality: Turkish

Position: Central Midfield (CM)

Foot: Right

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I don't believe it as there would surely be something on the official site if it was true...

Maybe they won't publish anything about the deal until the player is signed and they can't do that until the transfer window opens again. Then again, the only place I've seen it being talked about is here on the Shed End forums. Apparently there's something in the Turkish media, though, but I can't understand a word of it.

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That's great we really need another CM player.

Besides why would anyone want to move to England, the women there don't wash their tw@ts. :D

Napoli owner on English women.

English women do not wash, Napoli president tells his Chelsea target players

Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has taken an unusual approach to dissuading his players from a Premier League move - by saying English women lack hygiene.

Rising stars Ezequiel Lavezzi, Marek Hamsik, Walter Gargano and Fabiano Santacroce have been linked with a switch to England after Napoli's impressive start to the Serie A season, with Luis Felipe Scolari's Chelsea linked to Lavezzi and Hamsik.

But De Laurentiis is unhappy with the transfer speculation and launched a spectacular volley of abuse about England.

He said: "We made these players — two years ago nobody knew who they were.

"If they want to go to England then in the end they're going to go, but they need to understand this: the English live badly, eat badly and their women do not wash their genitalia. To them, a bidet is a mystery."

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"If they want to go to England then in the end they're going to go, but they need to understand this: the English live badly, eat badly and their women do not wash their genitalia. To them, a bidet is a mystery."

I'm eagerly waiting for Lady Gemma's response. :Laie_39:

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Is anyone else sick of hearing about Arsenal's starlets? Every year its the same garbage about how they are going for the best talent in world football and yet so many of these names just disappear or become washouts like Nicolas Bendtner. It seems like thrashing some Championship side in the Carling Cup is now the gateway to years of domination of world football. Where the f*ck do these "great young sides" go after their title chances go to pieces every spring?

The last real star Wenger unearthed was Fabregas. And all he did was find a highly touted youngster in a youth set up far stronger than his own, and then bent his ear. How has 'the professor' done since then? Fran Meridia? Took him years to make a debut. Eboue? Cmon.

Sorry for the rant

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Is anyone else sick of hearing about Arsenal's starlets? Every year its the same garbage about how they are going for the best talent in world football and yet so many of these names just disappear or become washouts like Nicolas Bendtner. It seems like thrashing some Championship side in the Carling Cup is now the gateway to years of domination of world football. Where the f*ck do these "great young sides" go after their title chances go to pieces every spring?

The last real star Wenger unearthed was Fabregas. And all he did was find a highly touted youngster in a youth set up far stronger than his own, and then bent his ear. How has 'the professor' done since then? Fran Meridia? Took him years to make a debut. Eboue? Cmon.

Sorry for the rant

dont apologise, its exactly the way many football fans feel. the media hype the arsenal youth development ridiculously, then give wenger an easy ride when it all goes wrong, again. pretty much every good young player thats made it through the arsenal ranks was scouted from other teams, so really all wenger has done is set up a very, very good scouting team.

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Is anyone else sick of hearing about Arsenal's starlets? Every year its the same garbage about how they are going for the best talent in world football and yet so many of these names just disappear or become washouts like Nicolas Bendtner. It seems like thrashing some Championship side in the Carling Cup is now the gateway to years of domination of world football. Where the f*ck do these "great young sides" go after their title chances go to pieces every spring?

The last real star Wenger unearthed was Fabregas. And all he did was find a highly touted youngster in a youth set up far stronger than his own, and then bent his ear. How has 'the professor' done since then? Fran Meridia? Took him years to make a debut. Eboue? Cmon.

Sorry for the rant

Good post. Totally agree and I think the arsenal fans are beginning to catch on. They're getting really f**ked of with not

winning anything this past 4 years and it not looking any better this season.

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Lets be honest, I like the development of youth, and sorry to bring tis up in the thread again. However, we can't switch from what we currently have, to what Arsenal have and expect it to work! It isn't working for Arsenal, and again I question how long Arsenal will keep the "professor" if he fails to land any silverware. There is only so long you cna work at a big club and not produce. The whole "but he's giving youngsters a run" is a futile argument as they need to have the blend of young and experienced.

Sir Alex did it well up at Manure and ift gave him the basis of a team that lasted for a LONG time.

I don't think we should play nothing but young uns, but I do just wish we'd give them more of a chance as I have stated before. The 7 subs rule, up against opposition with 20 minutes left...there is no reason that the kids are not given a run. Nd not all of them at once, but at least one so we can see if they have what it takes and are worth developing

Scott

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"If they want to go to England then in the end they're going to go, but they need to understand this: the English live badly, eat badly and their women do not wash their genitalia. To them, a bidet is a mystery."

:lol:

Ah the bidet. We had one in our apartment in Majorca when I was a kid. My old man explained what it was to me. It wasn't until I was in my twenties that I actually learnt it wasn't a footbath for washing the sand off your feet.

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Ah the bidet. We had one in our apartment in Majorca when I was a kid. My old man explained what it was to me. It wasn't until I was in my twenties that I actually learnt it wasn't a footbath for washing the sand off your feet.

Sand being yet another English euphemism for "s@#t", I presume ?

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Granted I have never used a bidet, although my dad has one installed in his new apartment, isn't it used to wash out..., well, s@#t (pardon my French).

And, what is even more interesting, didn't you feel a bit shunned by the possibility of washing your feet in the place where bits of you dinner were the same morning ? (yes, I am disgusting)

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