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In an uncharacteristic show of temper and petulance, Craig Bellamy has reacted furiously to not being allowed to talk to Uncle 'Arry and Spurs...

Tonight's 'Laandaarn Evening Stannit' has revealed that Bellamy 'told officials that he wanted to discuss a deal with Harry Redknapp and, when permission was denied, stormed out of the club's Chadwell Heath training ground.'

Good grief. So that's that then. He's a surefire cert for the West Ham exit door now.

Much travelled 'Bellendamy,' 30 years old this year has been the subject of repeatedly rejected bids from Spurs and... Lord have mercy on our souls, City.

The ebay style bidding alledgedly stands at £12 million.

Don't do it, Leslie Hughes.


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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 16 2009

Time: 5:09PM

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Bellendamy, Do we really need him? Do we want to pay OTT because we can?
Buzz Lightyear
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16/01/2009 17:27:00

And i guess you want to pay 100 million for Kaka right...?
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16/01/2009 17:29:00

That's the price Milan asked for JC. We were playing in the third tier 10 years ago so please go easy on us!
Johnny Baguette
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16/01/2009 17:46:00

please make a silly offer, Citeh!!!
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16/01/2009 17:47:00

Im sorry but why would city want to buy someone who is injury prone when they can afford any player in the world. Poor judgement on sparkys part. If i were a city fan i would be creaming my pants with the thought of kaka coming he is the best player in the world IMO.
spurfect one
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16/01/2009 17:55:00

Absolutely spurfect. Christ alone knows what Hughes is thinking. Maybe he is a rag double agent!
Johnny Baguette
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16/01/2009 18:16:00

Meanwhile, no go on, whiteheart. After you!
Johnny Baguette
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16/01/2009 18:17:00

Glad someone agrees baguette.thanks m8
spurfect one
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16/01/2009 18:37:00

Champagne all round! Harold has spoken!! Redknapp said: "Someone has told me he wants to come here and play. If we can do a deal, good."
Johnny Baguette
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16/01/2009 18:42:00

I hope u get Bellamy and Kaka, dont want Bellamy at Spurs but cant understand his logic in coming out and saying he wants to join Spurs! crazy! Everybody knows that if ur a west ham player and u come out with something like that, you must have a death wish! Any City player who came out with i want to join united would be met with rather un-pleasant reactions from City fans, too right and all! Really want you to get Kaka, would be brilliant to see him playing in the Premier League and will make the league even stronger! Great for English football :)
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16/01/2009 18:43:00

The other point is that Redknapp does the dirty when dealing with players, he puts in a bid, its gets rehjected and then he publishes it. He then starts a campaign of upsetting the player at his present club until it gets to such that the club cannot do anything but sell.He nearly got away with Dunney that way and I am sure he worked on Distin for a long time, but I notice he has not gone back for Distin.
Buzz Lightyear
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16/01/2009 18:46:00

In all honesty, Bellamy isnt good enough for City now, you need to get the big club mentality if you want to be successful, no point in signing Robinho and Kaka and then going for Santa Cruz and Bellamy! You need to go for the worlds' very best players and getting Kaka would be a real signal of intent which, in turn, will make other top names (Messi, Eto'o, Sneijder etc) want to play for you
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16/01/2009 18:51:00

And no disrespect to Mark hughes but he needs to go if you want to go to the top. Not in the top teir class, would be better off at Bolton or back at Blackburn
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16/01/2009 18:53:00

Used to watch The Hammers sometimes when I lived in London. Always respect them. One things for sure from my experience, nevermind speaking out about leaving, you don't walk out on training without tempting wrath!!
Johnny Baguette
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16/01/2009 18:55:00

Bellamy v Bentley. Seconds out?!
Johnny Baguette
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16/01/2009 18:59:00

Shows his lack of discipline JB or loyalty, they evn offered him a better contract and approaching 30.
Buzz Lightyear
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16/01/2009 19:24:00

Surely the Sheik and Khaldoon now know that Bellendamy is a troublecausing kno* that is not wanted by the fans. It seems that only Hughes wants him - is it because he is Welsh - we already have Ched Evans!!!! This guy is trouble, why do we need him? Bojinov may be back soon about the time the window closes which is probably when WHU will finally accept the highest offer. Surely there must be someone else out there who wants to join us if we really need another forward. I still think Jo can do a job for us in the right formation, he dosn't get in the Brazil squad because he is crap!!! We could swap Vassel and Benjani for someone better but we have the money anyway. Theres a player who plays for Saltzberg who has got 30 goals so far this season, there must be someone out there. Why is Hughes obsessed with Bellendamy?
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16/01/2009 20:02:00

God knows, roman. A major point for concern is that the people sanctioning Hughes' bids are not in the football "know."
Johnny Baguette
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16/01/2009 20:22:00

I am beginning to feel sorry for Bel#*%my (grin) I can't find anyone on this site who likes him and I notice that all the Spurs blogs have the same message "please noooooooooo" It is a pity MH does not read the postings
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16/01/2009 20:38:00

It's the same across the 'net Doody! Surely Hughes has got the message by now...?
Johnny Baguette
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17/01/2009 07:10:00

well I hope he has......MH....!!!....WE DO NOT NEED OR WANT BELLAMY......
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17/01/2009 09:13:00

CREAKING NEWS: Bellamy has gone on strike!!!
Johnny Baguette
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17/01/2009 09:32:00

Hope all bids are taken off the table and WHU don't play him as he isn't commited to the club so he rots away in the reserves. WE DO NOT WANT THIS TROUBLEMAKER!!!!!
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17/01/2009 12:05:00


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