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Judge
07-08-2007, 23:36
And next week,Liverpool could sign Heinze from UTD.:hooray::hooray:

''Carlos Tevez will not complete his move to Manchester United on Tuesday and may not be registered for the start of the new season, Sky Sports News understands.

The Argentina international had been expected to join The Red Devils last month, but a dispute between West Ham and Tevez's agent Kia Joorabchian has held up the switch.

The transfer has been dragging on all summer and it first seemed unlikely any move would be completed before the start of the season after Fifa refused to arbitrate on Tevez's contractual situation.

This subsequently led to Joorabchian's Media Sports Investments group issuing a High Court writ against The Hammers in order to push through the deal.

A suitable agreement between all parties was reached last week, but the transfer has yet to be rubber-stamped.

United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is hoping to be able to hand Tevez his debut in one of Wednesday's friendlies against either Dunfermline or Glentoran.''

kste22
08-08-2007, 10:19
Somehow i think that Tevez will sign for Utd before the tranfer window ends!

But better news being Liverpool apparently have made a 7million pound bid for Cicinho, i reckon he would be a great buy and a better attacking option finally at right back than the steady finnan!

Len Ganley Stance
08-08-2007, 12:16
Judge,

From today's Sporting Life.............


Manchester United will hope to receive Premier League clearance for Carlos Tevez's signing today so the Argentina striker is available for the start of the season.

The Premier League only began looking at the paperwork surrounding the signing yesterday because they had to wait until Tevez's agent Kia Joorabchian had paid West Ham the Ј2million settlement agreed last week.

That money arrived in West Ham's bank account yesterday and, with Tevez formally released from his contract and his registration made available, United were able to put forward their proposed two-year loan deal for the Argentina striker to the Premier League.

Given that Tevez's fellow Argentina international Javier Mascherano was given the go-ahead for a similar signing for Liverpool last season, there should be time for United to receive clearance before they kick off the new season against Reading at Old Trafford on Sunday.

The proposed Gabby Heinze transfer looks even more problematic though.

This is also from the Sporting Life..........

Heinze wants to join Liverpool and claims he has a letter from United allowing him to leave if a club offered a fee of Ј6.8million.

The club maintain, however, that they made it clear to Heinze both orally and by letter that he would not be permitted to join one of their title rivals in the top flight.

The three-man panel will be made up of a judge or lawyer, a Premier League representative and a third person experienced in football administration.

The hearing will specifically deal with the dispute between Heinze, who has two years left on his current contract to run, and United. Liverpool will have no input at the arbitration panel.

League arbitration panels are reasonably common occurrences and can be called to settle disagreements as minor as a dispute over a fine.

Meanwhile, Heinze, 29, has promised to "carry on like a professional".

The Argentinian met manager Sir Alex Ferguson at United's Carrington training ground on Monday to discuss his future, having confirmed he has brought in lawyers to try to force through a move to Anfield.

But in the meantime Heinze has vowed to continue pre-season training with United.

He told the Daily Mail: "I've fulfilled my duties by returning for training and I will now carry on like a professional. I will keep on coming to training and see what happens. I have a muscle injury in my leg but it is only minor and will not keep me out for long.

I can't blame Fergie for not wanting to sell Heinze to Liverpool and if the arbitration panel rules in United's favour, I can see Heinze spending the rest of his contract training with the kids unless of course someone else comes in with a bid for him. It's a shame that this has happened though as I like Heinze as a player. He should also perhaps remember that when he was seriously injured a couple of years ago that United really looked after him.

Judge
08-08-2007, 17:21
Liverpool and Utd don't often sell players to each other but if Heinze isn't good enough for Utd ,why is Fergie scared.Fergie knows what kind of player Heinze is, and if Heinze plays for Liverpool ,Fergie would know his weak points.

Len Ganley Stance
08-08-2007, 17:53
Liverpool and Utd don't often sell players to each other but if Heinze isn't good enough for Utd ,why is Fergie scared.Fergie knows what kind of player Heinze is, and if Heinze plays for Liverpool ,Fergie would know his weak points.

The last player that moved between the clubs was Phil Chisnall and that was 44 years ago. It seems he was better for us than he was for you. Looking on wiki he played for United 35 times and won a Cup Final medal while at United. At Liverpool he only played 6 times for you in three seasons and we bagged 25 grand for the transfer fee. That was not an unreasonable amount of money in those days.

I don't it's a case of Heinze not being good enough for United. Perhaps he has lost something since his injury but whether that's down to him not playing as regularly in the first team last season or not is debateable. Evra has taken his place at United and has a lot more pace and is good at going forward to support the attack. I'll be sorry to see Heinze go, if he does.

Judge
08-08-2007, 18:11
The last player that moved between the clubs was Phil Chisnall and that was 44 years ago. It seems he was better for us than he was for you. Looking on wiki he played for United 35 times and won a Cup Final medal while at United. At Liverpool he only played 6 times for you in three seasons and we bagged 25 grand for the transfer fee. That was not an unreasonable amount of money in those days.

I don't it's a case of Heinze not being good enough for United. Perhaps he has lost something since his injury but whether that's down to him not playing as regularly in the first team last season or not is debateable. Evra has taken his place at United and has a lot more pace and is good at going forward to support the attack. I'll be sorry to see Heinze go, if he does.

I think it's more about that Heinze has the balls to stick up to Fergie.Players like Heinze want first team football,after all he's an international player and should play week in week out, well that's what he thinks,but Fergie thinks otherwise.At the end of the day,,Heinze wants to move on and Liverpool is close to Manchester,atleast he doesnt have to uproot is family,it's only down the M62.

That's good to know, so Liverpool never sold a plyer to UTD.

Judge
10-08-2007, 12:34
''Rafa Benitez remains convinced Liverpool will be able to sign Gabriel Heinze from Manchester United.


The Premier League champions are refusing to sell the left-back to their fierce rivals, despite Liverpool meeting the Argentine's valuation.

Heinze is understood to want to move to Anfield, but Sir Alex Ferguson is adamant the defender will not join a fellow title contender.

The situation is due to be looked into by the Premier League, with a decision expected before the close of the transfer window.


Confident

And such is Benitez's confidence that Heinze will become a Liverpool player that the Reds manager has not lined up an alternative.

"We are waiting for a decision, but I have confidence," said Benitez at a press conference.

"The situation is very clear and I'm confident in the outcome.

"I'm not looking for any other left-back."

Len Ganley Stance
10-08-2007, 12:55
That's good to know, so Liverpool never sold a plyer to UTD.

There's been a few and I read an article on this the other day but can't find it at the moment.

The one 'player' that springs to mind who moved from Liverpool to United is probably...no make that definitely...the most famous Red Devil of all. He was at the end of his career when he joined United though, but it makes you wonder what would have happened had he stayed at Anfield.

Here's his biography -

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Do you actually know anything about Football? :)

kste22
10-08-2007, 12:55
I reckon we'll get him now! Can't see any reason why not anymore! Manure never expected him to follow the light at the end of the East Lancs and gave him the letter! So he'll be are last signing i think!

Judge
10-08-2007, 12:57
There's been a few and I read an article on this the other day but can't find it at the moment.

The one 'player' that springs to mind who moved from Liverpool to United is probably...no make that definitely...the most famous Red Devil of all. He was at the end of his career when he joined United though, but it makes you wonder what would have happened had he stayed at Anfield.

Here's his biography -

Matt Busby - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Busby)

Do you actually know anything about Football? :)

Ooops how could i forget him..

Len Ganley Stance
10-08-2007, 12:59
I reckon we'll get him now! Can't see any reason why not anymore! Manure never expected him to follow the light at the end of the East Lancs and gave him the letter! So he'll be are last signing i think!

Kste22,

You may well get him but to paraphrase Half Man Half Biscuit, in Heinze's case it might be a case of 'the light at the end of the tunnel, is a light of an oncoming train'

Judge
10-08-2007, 13:03
He will be a great signing for us, and the games he will play against UTD, he willl give 110% for these games, can't wait to see fergie's face when Heinze blocks UTD out.

kste22
10-08-2007, 13:22
Kste22,

You may well get him but to paraphrase Half Man Half Biscuit, in Heinze's case it might be a case of 'the light at the end of the tunnel, is a light of an oncoming train'

Where did this tunnel come from Len, not been borrowing more stuff off Rio again have we!!!!!!!!!

Len Ganley Stance
10-08-2007, 13:54
Kste22,

Good question - for some reason when you said the light at the end of the East Lancs Road, I got a tunnel stuck in my frazzled brain.

I wouldn't mind but I haven't had a single beer all bloody week.

kste22
10-08-2007, 14:40
Kste22,

Good question - for some reason when you said the light at the end of the East Lancs Road, I got a tunnel stuck in my frazzled brain.

I wouldn't mind but I haven't had a single beer all bloody week.

Thanks for clearing that up Len, next you''ll be thinking about seagull's and trawlers, so maybe another week off the beer will do you good!

Judge
10-08-2007, 14:43
Thanks for clearing that up Len, next you''ll be thinking about seagull's and trawlers, so maybe another week off the beer will do you good!


He needs to keep off the prawn sarnies....

Judge
10-08-2007, 21:38
Tevez: Move complete
Carlos Tevez has completed his move to Manchester United after the Premier League ratified the deal.


The drawn-out transfer has now been concluded after a two-year loan deal for the Argentine was cleared by the Premier League.

Tevez has moved to Old Trafford after spending last season with West Ham United and has been waiting to finalise his switch.

The champions have confirmed the striker is now an official member of the squad after training with the club this week.

"Manchester United is delighted to announce that Carlos Tevez has been registered as a member of its first-team squad by the Premier League," read a statement on the club's official website.


Derby debut

Tevez is available for selection for Sunday's opening game against Reading, although he is unlikely to feature.

Sir Alex Ferguson admitted earlier on Friday that his latest signing has been pencilled in for his debut in the local derby with City next weekend.

Prior to receiving confirmation of the deal, Ferguson said: "Even if it were to happen beforehand, it's unlikely I would use him on Sunday. He is more likely to be involved next week against Manchester City.

"He has surprised us in the training sessions last week. I thought that after having only a short holiday after the Copa America he would maybe need more training, but he looks in great shape.





"It's difficult to assess, if you are putting someone in a derby game they have to be spot on because it is always a frenetic game. But once we get the clearance and once we know he can play we will make the decision easily."