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Old 15th-November-2008, 10:31 PM
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Maybe old newspaper liao... This article from other cyber site and is meant for fun & info only...

Wigan boss Steve Bruce will launch a £10m bid to sign Ecuador striker Cristian Benitez from Mexican side Santos Laguna. (Various)

Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez is determined to fight for his future at Old Trafford. (The Sun)

Real Madrid are interested in the Argentina striker but he wants to stay with United. (Daily Telegraph)

Even if Tevez wanted to join Real in January, he would be unable to move because his contract at United forbids it. (Daily Express)

United want to sign Tevez - who is only on loan with the Red Devils - on a permanent contract. (The Independent)

The Red Devils hope to conclude the deal for the 24-year-old, which could cost them as much as £30m, before the Club World Cup in Japan in December. (The Times)

Manchester City manager Mark Hughes has warned he will not pay over the odds for players in January despite his club's new wealth. (Daily Express)

Blackburn striker Roque Santa Cruz, Chelsea left-back Wayne Bridge and Portsmouth midfielder Lassana Diarra are top of Hughes' list of transfer targets. (Various)

But Wigan striker Emile Heskey, Stuttgart forward Mario Gomez, West Ham front man Craig Bellamy, Werder Bremen midfielder Torsten Frings and Blackburn left-back Stephen Warnock are also on Hughes' radar. (Daily Express)

Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha could be used as a makeweight in a deal for Santa Cruz, while left-back Michael Ball, midfielder Dietmar Hamann and strikers Darius Vassell, Felipe Caicedo and Benjani Mwaruwari would also be allowed to leave Eastlands. (The Times)

Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho has targeted Chelsea winger Florent Malouda, who he signed for the Blues during his time as manager at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez will step up his efforts to offload out-of-favour Reds midfielder Jermaine Pennant in January and Blackburn are expected to make a bid for him. (The Guardian)

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill fears the club will face another battle to keep midfielder Gareth Barry at the club in January. (Daily Mirror)

West Brom boss Tony Mowbray will offload up to six of his first-team squad in January to fund new signings. (The Sun)

Middlesbrough and Bolton will fight it out for Deportivo La Coruna's £2m-rated Canadian midfielder Julian de Guzman. (Daily Mirror)

Ipswich have decided not to offer Alex Bruce a new deal and the defender, who is out of contract in the summer, is being tracked by Norwich, Fiorentina, Genoa, Napoli, Preston and Burnley. (Daily Mail)

Sunderland are chasing highly rated Ipswich midfielder Owen Garvan. (Daily Mirror)

Former Aberdeen defender Richie Byrne is interested in a return to the SPL after his short-term deal with Oldham Athletic expired. (Daily Record)

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Chelsea are set to fine striker Didier Drogba £160,000 for throwing a coin into the crowd during Chelsea's Carling Cup fourth round defeat to Burnley. (Daily Mirror)
Drogba faces police and FA probes

The Football Association are poised to hand Drogba a three-match ban over the incident and the police will launch their own investigation. (Daily Mirror)

Drogba could get a longer ban if the FA decides to treat his single-finger gesture at Burnley fans as a separate incident. (Daily Mail)

West Ham boss Gianfranco Zola, a former Chelsea striker, has defended Drogba's actions and says Premier League players should be shown more respect. (Daily Mirror)

But Gordon Taylor, the chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association, says Drogba should be banned. (The Sun)

Sir Trevor Brooking, the FA's director of football, is set to quit his post following his criticism of youth development in England. (Various)
Brooking faces Mawhinney backlash

Referee Steve Bennett has branded misbehaving managers and players as "animals" while demanding support for the FA's Respect campaign. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle's interim manager Joe Kinnear will be handed a one-year contract to stay on as Magpies boss if owner Mike Ashley fails to sell the club. (Daily Mirror)

At least one of the two American parties vying to buy the Magpies are engaged in the due diligence process. (The Times)

Sunderland boss Roy Keane admits he is under growing pressure after his side's run of poor results, which has left them second-bottom of the Premier League. (Daily Mirror)

Gianfranco Zola has held showdown talks with his West Ham players after seeing them pick up just one point in their last six games. (The Sun)

Former Tottenham striker Les Ferdinand has joined Spurs boss Harry Redknapp's coaching staff and will work as consultant to the club's strikers. (Daily Mirror)

Redknapp's plan is to use a series of specialist coaches for attack and defence, in the same way as NFL teams train. (Daily Star)

New Portsmouth manager Tony Adams is confident he will have money to spend in the January transfer window despite the Fratton Park club being up for sale. (Daily Mirror)

Diego Maradona has dismissed suggestions he will resign as Argentina coach unless he gets his choice of assistant. (The Guardian)Maradona may quit Argentina role

Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry is on a five-man shortlist for the chief executive role in England's 2018 World Cup bid. (Daily Mail)

Keith Harris, the dealmaker who has been asked to find a buyer for Everton, says a groundshare with Liverpool is the only way ahead for both clubs as they struggle to move plans for new stadiums forwards. (The Independent)

Argentina forward Lionel Messi hopes to be at Hampden Park to watch his side's friendly with Scotland despite being refused permission to play by his club Barcelona. (Daily Record)

Former Celtic star Mike Galloway has applied to be the new manager of Scottish Third Division side Berwick Rangers after Allan McGonigal's exit. (Daily Record)

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Portsmouth goalkeeper David James is being forced to drive a clapped-out Reliant Robin by his team-mates after being voted the club's worst trainer. (Various)

Hull's Guinea international defender Kamil Zayatte's lack of English means he has to use sign language to communicate with team-mates during matches. (Daily Mail)

When he arrived at Tynecastle, Hearts boss Csaba Laszlo thought Jambos striker Christian Nade was a "fat student" who had turned up to watch the club train. (Daily Record)

Inverness Caledonian Thistle striker Adam Rooney says his mum's Irish stew is behind his side's resurgence in form after introducing his team-mates to her cooking. (Daily Record)

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Old 18th-November-2008, 10:56 PM
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