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It's Getting Ridiculous Already!

It's Getting Ridiculous Already!

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Yesterday it was the Times Online and today it`s The News of the World. Apparently Manchester City are about to launch a £60 million pound bid for none other than "Mr Chelsea" himself, John Terry.

The new owners want to state their intent, and this would certainly send a message but more along the lines of: we have no clue about football and just want to flash our cash about. However I know this story is more than likely just gossip because at this moment in time, I doubt even £200,000 a week would change John Terry`s mind from switching to Manchester from the capital?

However it is worth noting that Abramovich is someone who is finding the credit crunch very costly for his various businesses. However I don`t think Chelsea is in the position where they would need to sell their star defender just yet?

All that I do know is, we are the only club in the premiership who will be able to flex their credit cards, and spend big in January.


I wonder which player will be linked with us tomorrow? My bet`s on Torres for around £80 million?



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Writer:amcollinz
Date:Saturday November 22 2008
Time: 9:23PM

Comments

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ha ha ha ha ha - you jest, never in a million years!
merlin
22/11/2008 22:14:00
0
complete crap of course, but 60 mill on him would be well-spent compared to buffon. Can we send Mills as a make-weight? Cant wait for tomorrows NOTW
darryl28
22/11/2008 22:25:00
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NOTW what a load of garbage. Because none of the top four won yesterday they have to come up with fairy stories to fill their crap paper.
alphieblues
23/11/2008 00:10:00
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Maradona was in town midweek! Maybe we should get that rumour going?
oliverblue
23/11/2008 06:42:00
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is that to play or manage......lol.......
lincolnblue
23/11/2008 07:39:00
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Ha Ha look Forget JT CHELSEA ARE NOT IN A CRISIS.Ok Credit crunch hits.And that mean we can't spend big but selling our stars then MANY CLUBS WILL BE AHAED OF US.That's for sure.
Saimon_blues
23/11/2008 10:42:00
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Is Terry the best CB in the country?
Buzz Lightyear
23/11/2008 12:07:00
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this is getting irritating. aren't you a little embarrased about all these rumours? it's one thing getting new owners who can offer a little more money to the club but this may very well be the beginning of the end for poor englsh football fans (probably won't, abramovich wasn't, and QPR are still in the championship but nevertheless...)
NorthcliffeBandit
23/11/2008 14:43:00
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All that money and you will always be Manchesters 2nd club.... lol
Stourbridge Villan
23/11/2008 15:33:00
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We have been under a shadow for far too long. Times are a-changing Stourbridge Villan, changing from Red to Blue.
Tudor
23/11/2008 16:14:00
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