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Sunday Special

Hold on to your hats folks as the rumour mill goes completely ballistic today. Starting from the sublime (and swiftly developing to the ridiculous) we`ve given the Beckham story an article in it`s own right due to the all encompassing nature of Goldilocks. Other than that though there`s still plenty of meat on the bone…

England`s Michael Owen

It seems it wouldn`t be a Sunday without an EMO story. This week`s effort is a frankly laughable suggestion that European Superclub Tottenham Hotspur are monitoring Lil Mickey`s fitness ahead of a swoop to take him to North London. Aside from the fact Spurs will obviously be head of the queue for David Villa and Samuel Etoo, most of the other Sundays focus on the fact we`ve stuck in another release clause that will see him go for £6m next summer.

Mark Viduka

Bit of a non-story for us here as it looks like the Aussie chubster is heading for Upton Park.

Boudewijn Zenden

Fifth time lucky indeed for us as the mercenary blackbelt judo pro falls into Big Sam`s rejuvenation plans. Given he`s knocked us back more times than doormen have Rebecca Loos it`s a bit of a dampener for us.

Nigel Reo-Coker

Linked as one of two clubs with the Hammers trouble maker. Looks like he`s going to Aston Villa though, leaving Scott Parker to fill the void left by him. Cash in the bank.

Phil Jagielka

Looks a straight fight between us and the Toffees for the Blades man. £6m mentioned in the News of the World for the lad.

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Date:Sunday May 27 2007

Time: 6:21PM

 

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