Skrevet av Emne: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11  (Lest 288729 ganger)

0 medlemmer og 1 gjest leser dette emnet.

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« på: August 02, 2009, 13:26:50 »
Etter å ha fylt enda flere sider med småplukk om ex-spillere, manager og annet Leeds United-folk, er det på tiden å lansere en versjon av denne tråden.


Stort og smått om tidligere Elland Road-helter!


* Part 1 hadde 40 sider, 782 postinger og 10.097 treff:
http://www.luscos.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6926
* Part 2 hadde 20 sider, 383 postinger og 3.589 treff:
http://www.luscos.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=8066
* Part 3 hadde 20 sider, 293 postinger og 2.547 treff:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/index.php?topic=9235.0
* Part 4 hadde 20 sider, 296 postinger og 5.189 treff:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/index.php?topic=9714.0
* Part 5 hadde 10 sider, 138 postinger og 2.959 treff:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/index.php?topic=10536.0
* Part 6 hadde 10 sider, 143 postinger og 2.951 treff:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/index.php?topic=10759.0
 * Part 7 hadde 10 sider, 143 postinger og 3.126 treff:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/index.php?topic=11107.0
* Part 8 hadde 10 sider, 139 postinger og 3.048 treff:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/index.php?topic=11480.0
* Part 9 hadde 13 sider, 186 postinger og 3.665 treff:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/index.php?topic=11675.0
* Part 10 hadde 12 sider, 178 postinger og 4.341 treff:
http://www.leedsunited.no/forum/index.php?topic=12066.0

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #1 på: August 02, 2009, 13:31:30 »
Transfers - July 2009

30/7: Matt Heath [Colchester - Southend] Loan
21/7: Dan Harding [Ipswich - Southampton] Free
15/7: Ian Westlake [unattached - Wycombe]
14/7: Jemal Johnson [unattached - MK Dons]
10/7: Jonathan Douglas [Leeds - Swindon] Free, Michael Duberry [Reading - Wycombe] Free
2/7: Danny Graham [Carlisle - Watford] Tribunal

BBC

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #2 på: August 02, 2009, 13:37:33 »
Portsmouth are close to signing Australian striker Mark Viduka from Newcastle. (The Times)

Mark Viduka is ready to agree a one-year deal with Portsmouth after they failed to lure Croatia striker Nikola Kalinic to Fratton Park.
Viduka, 33, has turned down a similar offer at Hull to link up with Pompey boss Paul Hart and postpone his retirement until next summer. (The Mail)
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1203290/Free-agent-Mark-Viduka-heads-Portsmouth-5-5m-Nikola-Kalinic-breaks-down.html

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #3 på: August 02, 2009, 14:01:57 »
Ex-Addick fails to earn Millwall deal
MILLWALL have quickly ended their interest in former Charlton and Leeds defender Simon Walton.
Walton had been invited for pre-season training with the Lions but manager Kenny Jackett today confirmed he will not be offered a deal at The Den.
He said: “Simon Walton had a trial with us last week but it isn’t one we are going to pursue at the moment.”

newsshopper.co.uk

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #4 på: August 03, 2009, 12:32:14 »
Portsmouth boss Paul Hart will step up his attempts to sign Mark Viduka and Amr Zaki. (Mirror)

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #5 på: August 05, 2009, 08:43:30 »
Trundle heldigvis sendt hjem.
http://www.leedsunited.com/page/LatestNewsDetail/0,,10273~1586477,00.html
Grayson praises striker Trundle
SIMON GRAYSON has praised Lee Trundle for his brief contribution to Leeds United, insisting the striker's loan at Elland Road was not a disappointment.
Trundle returned to Bristol City on Wednesday at the end of two months on loan with Leeds, and boss Grayson thanked him for filling what he saw as an important role during the 32-year-old's short time in Yorkshire. (...)


TRUNDLE TOLD HE CAN LEAVE
Bristol City boss Gary Johnson has told Lee Trundle he can look for a new club.
The former Swansea star has sunk down the pecking order at Ashton Gate following the arrivals of summer signings Danny Haynes and David Clarkson.
Now Johnson has informed Trundle - who spent the latter part of last season on loan at Leeds - that he does not feature in his first-team plans.

Resten: http://www.sportinglife.com/football/transfer_centre/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=soccer/09/08/04/manual_144503.html

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #6 på: August 05, 2009, 09:53:52 »
Keepmoat trials for both Fortune and Oster
DONCASTER ROVERS have handed trials to former Premier League players Quinton Fortune and John Oster. (...........) Also coming in is Oster, who has played in the top-flight with Everton and Reading. He was at Crystal Palace last season, but became a free agent in May.

Hele saken: http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/yorkshire-soccer/DONCASTER-ROVERS-Keepmoat-trials-for.5494152.jp

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #7 på: August 05, 2009, 10:19:12 »
Gray move frustrates Davey: Tykes boss wants resolution to transfer



Simon Davey admits he is growing increasingly frustrated in his attempts to bring Charlton striker Andy Gray to Barnsley.
A deal is in place to take the Scottish front man to Oakwell but while a proposed takeover remains up in the air at The Valley no move can be rubber-stamped.
Davey is eager to have the well-travelled 31-year-old at his disposal next season but is weighing up alternatives as his patience wanes.
"The frustrating thing is we are on other people's timescales," he told Radio Sheffield.
"I have to decide whether to persevere with it or go somewhere else."


kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #8 på: August 06, 2009, 08:41:39 »
Hull have given a trial to former Wigan and Stoke striker Henri Camara. (Mail)
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1204615/Hull-verge-3m-deal-Stokes-Seyi-Olofinjana-free-agent-Henri-Camara-takes-trial.html

Former Aston Villa and Leeds manager David O'Leary has turned down the chance to become Newcastle manager after being offered a two-year contract by owner Mike Ashley.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1204649/EXCLUSIVE-Newcastle-plummet-new-depths-OLeary-turns-managers-job.html

Lincoln United Sign Ex-Imp
Our non-league neighbours Lincoln United have pulled off something of a coup today by signing former Leeds United striker Jamie Forrester. Of course, we all know Forrester as the former Lincoln City striker!
http://www.theimp.lincolnfans.co.uk/news1952.shtml

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #9 på: August 06, 2009, 08:47:48 »
DONNY IN DOUBLE DEFENSIVE SWOOP
Doncaster wasted little time after selling Matt Mills to Reading by snapping up two new players.
Rovers boss Sean O'Driscoll saw centre-back Byron Webster put pen-to-paper on an initial two-year deal, for an undisclosed fee from Czech side FK SIAD Most.
The 22 year-old defender has impressed the Rovers management and fans alike with his assured performances during a trial that has seen him turn out in the red and white hoops against Grimsby Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Leeds-born Webster started his career at York City, after spending a spell as a youth team player at hometown club Leeds United.
Whilst at Bootham Crescent, Webster worked with Doncaster Rovers youth team coach Paul Stancliffe and made his debut in 2004 against Burton Albion.
Signing his first professional deal in 2006, Byron switched the nearby Harrogate Town in 2007 before making a huge switch to the Czech Republic's Gambrinus liga - the Czech first division - to play for FK SIAD Most.
Despite impressing to the point of winning a new two-year deal, Webster had to endure relegation with Most to the Czech second division.
Recently, Motherwell offered Webster a trial with the Scottish side failing to reach an agreement.
Prior to joining Doncaster Rovers on trial, Webster also turned out for League Two Bury on trial - however Webster will now remain at Doncaster Rovers until and will wear the number 23 shirt vacated by the released Jason Price. (....)

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #10 på: August 06, 2009, 14:09:39 »
Portsmouth are close to signing Australian striker Mark Viduka from Newcastle. (The Times)

Viduka move would interest Pompey
Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie admits the club would be keen to sign Mark Viduka.
http://www.teamtalk.com/football/story/0,16368,2483_5476181,00.html

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #11 på: August 06, 2009, 14:12:03 »
Strachan in no rush to return
Gordon Strachan is relishing his break from football and has no immediate plans to return to the game.
http://www.teamtalk.com/football/story/0,16368,2483_5476169,00.html

fmtj

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 5148
  • Vi har kvittet oss med mange spillere nå...
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #12 på: August 07, 2009, 12:44:37 »
Yeboahs vitne

sindre12

  • På juniorlaget
  • ***
  • Innlegg: 519
    • ICQ Messenger -
    • MSN Messenger -
    • AOL Instant Messenger -
    • Yahoo Instant Messenger -
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #13 på: August 08, 2009, 14:42:15 »
Danny Mills ferdig!
Beckford 4 England!

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #14 på: August 10, 2009, 08:53:27 »
Mark Viduka's move to Portsmouth is in doubt, with the threat of administration still hovering over the Premier League club. The striker currently has no club after being released by Newcastle.
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sport/football/2578733/Viduka-deal-may-be-sunk.html

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #16 på: August 10, 2009, 09:21:31 »
MK Dons bring in Bridges
MK Dons have snapped up former Leeds United and Sunderland striker Michael Bridges on a non-contract basis.
http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11759_5479913,00.html

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #17 på: August 10, 2009, 09:30:01 »
Newcastle have made a bid for David O'Leary and hope to name him as manager before Saturday's home game against Reading. (Mail)

OSTER SIGNS ROVERS CONTRACT
Doncaster have signed winger John Oster on a short-term contract.
The former Wales international has been on trial with Rovers and has impressed manager Sean O'Driscoll sufficiently to earn himself a contract.
The 30-year-old, who has made 13 appearances for his country, joined Everton from Grimsby in a £1.5 million deal in 1997 before switching to Sunderland two years later.
Oster has also enjoyed spells at Barnsley, Leeds, Burnley, Crystal Palace and Reading. (PA)

testo

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 6262
  • Marching on together
    • Vis profil
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #18 på: August 10, 2009, 19:41:17 »
James Milner says new signings Fabian Delph and Habib Beye have all the right qualities to be successful at Villa Park.

Not only is Milner an admirer of Delph's abilities, he feels his fellow Yorkshireman is at the best possible club to develop further as a player.

He told AVTV: "I think he'll be a great in the long term and the short term as well. People are saying he might be one for the future but he's got a lot of ability.

"He's got the work rate, he'll work hard, he'll put his foot in. He's got everything going for him.

"It's a great club to be at with the players we have, the experienced players, the staff and the set up - there are not too many better clubs he can be at where he's going to learn and become a better player quickly.

"It's a great place for him to come and we're delighted to have him."

Milner was briefly a team-mate of Beye's at Newcastle United and feels the defender has the character to slot straight in to Villa's close-knit squad.

He added: "He's another good signing. He's a good lad as well and another player with a good attitude.

"That's important - it's obviously one thing being a good player on the field but sometimes it can throw the team spirit if players find it hard to gel.

"But both the players the manager has signed are great lads."
Leeds United will always have a special place in my heart....and a bunch of men and women who enjoy speed and excitement.
Terje

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #19 på: August 11, 2009, 08:38:01 »
Ipswich manager Roy Keane wants to make former Manchester United coach Brian Kidd his right-hand man at Portman Road. (Daily Mirror)


kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #20 på: August 11, 2009, 15:18:40 »
David O'Leary is within days of being appointed as the next manager of Newcastle - if Mike Ashley fails to sell up. (Mirror)


kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #21 på: August 12, 2009, 09:41:20 »
Josh Wagenaar:
In July 2008 Josh joined English League One side Leeds United on a trial.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh_Wagenaar
Glovers capture keeper: Wagenaar happy to join after impressing on trial
Yeovil Town have completed the signing of Canadian goalkeeper Josh Wagenaar on a one-year contract.
Wagenaar has been training with Yeovil in recent weeks, having previously been on trial at League One rivals Leeds United.
The keeper, who has one cap for Canada, has impressed sufficiently to earn a contract from Glovers boss Russell Slade.

Ikke akkurat ex-player, men innom portene...
Ting tyder på at vi ikke gikk glipp av noe!

Falkirk have agreed a deal to sign Canada goalkeeper Josh Wagenaar.
http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12875_5485555,00.html

Promotion 2010

  • Moderator
  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 24459
    • Vis profil
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #22 på: August 13, 2009, 13:09:28 »
David O'Leary is within days of being appointed as the next manager of Newcastle - if Mike Ashley fails to sell up. (Mirror)



O'Leary the talk of the Toon
By Norman Hubbard
August 13, 2009

 With the obvious exception of Sunderland supporters, Mike Ashley's continued ownership of Newcastle United is benefitting few people. Maligned managers, however, are an exception. Ashley has revived interest in forgotten Anglo-Irish bosses, whose years in London mean they may qualify for membership of his Cockney Mafia. First Joe Kinnear and now, it seems, David O'Leary.

The latest twist on Tyneside this week was the suggestion that the former Leeds and Aston Villa manager would be appointed to try and guide Newcastle back to the Premier League, possibly so Ashley could sell a top-flight outfit for a higher sum. It would be a remarkable appointment for any number of reasons: the chaos at the club, the consensus that Alan Shearer is the most credible candidate with players and supporters alike and because it would catapult O'Leary back into the spotlight.

This is the strange case of David O'Leary. At one stage, he appeared among the outstanding managers of his generation. Yet he has had three years away from football and has barely been missed. Indeed for much of that time, he has rarely been mentioned, apart from a suggestion Celtic wanted him in the summer; instead, they paid compensation to take Tony Mowbray from relegated West Bromwich Albion. O'Leary surfaced in an interview a few weeks ago to announce he has been offered several jobs, without naming them, and suggest that his admirers include both Fabio Capello and Jose Mourinho.

He has never suffered from low self-esteem and absence, it seems, has not made O'Leary any more modest. He also drew an unflattering comparison between Martin O'Neill's record at Villa Park and his own. There was something undignified about O'Leary acting as his own cheerleader, but perhaps the shame is that he needs to mount his own PR campaign.

His reputation was tarnished during Leeds' hasty descent down the divisions. The spendthrift who precipitated administration could not repair his standing at Villa, either. His detractors outnumber his supporters in both West Yorkshire and the West Midlands. Now he can appear a prototype for Phil Brown, initially admired for his media-friendly approach but swiftly ridiculed for his comments. An inability to distinguish charm from smarm meant his platitudes and obvious insincerity riled ever larger numbers of people. A decade on, a mention of "my babies" in a cod Irish accent automatically brings O'Leary to mind.

Yet none of that means he is a poor manager. He has made mistakes - the signings of Robbie Fowler and Seth Johnson, the decision to write a book about the time when Lee Bowyer and Jonathan Woodgate were in court, and to allow the publishers to title it 'Leeds United On Trial', the one-dimensional tactics that marred his final months at Elland Road, when a reluctance to use substitutes suggested that he was unable to amend his game-plan - but he is not alone in that.

Nor is his perception as a chequebook manager entirely accurate. O'Leary took the side he inherited from George Graham to fourth in the Premier League and then, after a summer when the principal transfer was the sale of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, to third. It should be an endorsement of his management that many of his Leeds charges have struggled to recapture the same form elsewhere, and several of them were players he developed.


Billedtekst til banner med: "We're not fickle. We just don't like you."
The fans send a message to O'Leary

In his first year at Villa, he steered them into the top six on limited resources and he has only once, in his final season there, finished outside the top 10 of the Premier League. View in it a certain light and O'Leary's record compares favourably with those of Harry Redknapp, Sam Allardyce or, at Villa Park, O'Neill. And none, of course, can match his European exploits. Leeds are rarely mentioned without the 2001 Champions League semi-finals, partly because it is a reminder how far and how fast they have fallen.

Nevertheless, it was a remarkable achievement at a time when Premier League clubs were not accustomed to progressing that far. Homegrown managers still aren't: the last schooled in England to reach that stage in Europe's premier club competition was Joe Fagan, a quarter of a century ago.

Yet in the three years since O'Leary became the final victim of 'Deadly Doug' Ellis, there has not been a clamour for his appointment anywhere. His image means he is unlikely to become a cause celebre, and the Newcastle United Supporters Club have voiced their opposition to O'Leary. He has won more football matches than popularity contests. Admittedly, some of his players are thought to have taken a dislike to him at both of his former clubs and man-management is an issue to address if he returns to the dug-out, but public approval matters less than results.

In that respect, it might take a man as impervious to received wisdom and as unaware of the views of the masses as Ashley to plump for O'Leary. It is a decision others appear reluctant to take. A select group of friends include Gerard Houllier, Tony Adams and Niall Quinn, but the last has appointed three managers during O'Leary's extended sabbatical. In his most recent interview, O'Leary said, somewhat strangely: "I know Niall too well to work with him. I know the real Niall."

It was a reminder that he has not helped himself, but the real David O'Leary, despite his flaws, is a manager of genuine ability. Quite when and where he will have the opportunity to demonstrate that, however, is part of the mystery of a very unusual career.


http://soccernet.espn.go.com/columns/story?id=666992&sec=england&root=england&cc=5739
Min første Leeds-kamp:
Strømsgodset vs Leeds, 19.september 1973

kjelvi

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 9210
    • MSN Messenger - kbvinje@msn.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #23 på: August 13, 2009, 13:51:50 »
* Fulham are poised to complete the signing of former Newcastle striker Mark Viduka after he flew into London for talks on Wednesday night. (Daily Star)
* Fulham expect to complete the signing of Australia striker Mark Viduka on a free transfer on Thursday.  (Daily Express)
*Fulham are closing in on a deal to sign Mark Viduka after the former Newcastle striker flew into London for talks on Wednesday night. (Daily Mail)
* http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-1206175/Fulham-closing-Pompey-target-Mark-Viduka.html

Papi

  • På juniorlaget
  • ***
  • Innlegg: 1272
    • MSN Messenger - fredrislow@hotmail.com
    • Vis profil
    • E-post
As I Walk Through The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death, I Will Fear No Evil

h.b

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 15623
    • Vis profil
    • Photobergergreece
    • E-post
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #25 på: August 14, 2009, 11:40:31 »


Å være Leeds supporter er verdens hardeste og dårligst betalte yrke. 0 kroner i lønn og en 24 timers arbeidsdag

testo

  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 6262
  • Marching on together
    • Vis profil
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #26 på: August 15, 2009, 12:32:30 »

Hva skjedde den gangen....Hadde vi nok cash den gangen eller ? :-\

Englands TIO bästa spelarköp – någonsin
[/b]

De är fotbollens tio bästa transfers från plats tio till ett:


10) Peter Schmeichel – Bröndby till Manchester United, £500 000. (6 miljoner)

9) Alan Shearer – Southampton till Blackburn, £3,3 miljoner. (39,4 miljoner)

8) Roy Keane – Cobh Ramblers till Nottingham Forest, £47 000. (562 000)

7) Patrick Vieira – AC Milan till Arsenal, £3.5 miljoner. (41,8 miljoner)

6) Ian Wright – Greenwich Borough till Crystal Palace, gratis.

5) Kevin Keegan – Scunthorpe till Liverpool, £35 000. (418 000)

4) Nicolas Anelka – Paris SG till Arsenal, £500 000. (6 miljoner)

3) Thierry Henry – Juventus till Arsenal, £10.5 miljoner. (125 miljoner)

2) Ian Rush – Chester till Liverpool £200,000. (2,3 miljoner)

1) Eric Cantona – Leeds till Manchester United, £1.2miljoner. (14 miljoner)

Siffran inom parentes är svenska kronor i dagens valuta.

Källa: Daily Mail.

http://www.aftonbladet.se/sportbladet/sportchansen/article5366724.ab
Leeds United will always have a special place in my heart....and a bunch of men and women who enjoy speed and excitement.
Terje

lojosang

  • Moderator
  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 11712
    • Vis profil
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #27 på: August 15, 2009, 14:47:42 »
I henhold til herlig snuskete rykter var Cantona framme med familiejuvelene hos Fru Chapman om man ikke husker feil.
- Leif Olav

Promotion 2010

  • Moderator
  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 24459
    • Vis profil
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #28 på: August 15, 2009, 14:59:22 »
I henhold til herlig snuskete rykter var Cantona framme med familiejuvelene hos Fru Chapman om man ikke husker feil.

Men vi burde likevel ha solgt ham for rundt £ 30 millioner, synes nå jeg!
Min første Leeds-kamp:
Strømsgodset vs Leeds, 19.september 1973

Promotion 2010

  • Moderator
  • Lorimer
  • *****
  • Innlegg: 24459
    • Vis profil
Sv: NYHETER: Ex-player/-manager news, Part 11
« Svar #29 på: August 15, 2009, 18:41:32 »
Ex-spillere på jakt etter managerjobben i Norwich:

Strachan, Boothroyd og...... Hasselbaink!

http://www.norwich.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=165993
Min første Leeds-kamp:
Strømsgodset vs Leeds, 19.september 1973