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No one forces anyone to buy tickets from them. What's the difference between being gouged by stubhub or some bloke on the corner? At least with stubhub I'll know ahead of time if I have a ticket or not. And again, it will definitely be useful for me to get Tottenham tickets as buying them from the club is damn near impossible for a league game.
I think it's been a pretty good window even without those two--Paulinho and Capoue look the business and Soldado is Soldado.
I completely understand that. (#### you ticketmaster!) But the alternative to stubhub is hoping you can find a friend with extras or deal with some guy on the street or if you're visiting a city you're kind of out of luck. Or you can become an SC Freiburg supporter. I had no problem getting tix for that game!
Lastly, on Bentenke, spending 30mm on him seems to me like it would be spending just to spend. I'm not doubting that he's a good player, but they bought Sturridge to be the main CF, and so far the results have been great. If they do have that much cash to spend, I think it'd be better utilized on either a boss CB or on the Suarez contingency plan (for his eventual departure).
Sunderland seem to be in for Michael Bradley as Roma's clear out continues. Is everyone going to be a Sunderland fan?
Is everyone going to be a Sunderland fan?
Hell, buying tickets online from the team website was annoying - I think for some clubs you have to be an official fan club member to buy tickets.
Thought Jozy was pretty poor. 3 good scoring chances and he passed up one and scuffed the other two. Wasn't a factor at all in the second half. I don't know if he's going to maintain his place when Fletcher comes back unless they play 4-4-2. Despite all of Di Canio's signings, he had a lot of the Bruce/O'Neill dross out there at the end to concede the equalizer.
And I thought Milan were bad against Hellas Verona...
It was a demand and not an assertion :-)
Just finished the Spurs game. That midfield is really unbelievably good. Swansea are very good in possession (just ask Utd), but Spurs never gave them a chance
I take it this is the way AVB wants them playing?
Tottenham have signed off on an £86 million deal with Real Madrid for the transfer of Gareth Bale, according to reports in the British press.
The Daily Mail and the Telegraph claim Spurs chairman Daniel Levy finally authorised the move on Sunday night after talks with directors at White Hart Lane, with Real set to receive the most valuable piece of paper since they signed Cristiano Ronaldo from Man United. The Mail reports Real will receive a discount on the mammoth fee if they can accelerate their payments to Spurs. Bale is expected to earn around £300,000-a-week over the next six years and should be unveiled at the Bernabeu on Tuesday.
Andre Villas-Boas' rebuilding process continues, with the Mirror reporting Brazilian striker Hulk could be on his way to north London. The Zenit St Petersburg forward is believed to be worth £30 million, as AVB continues to shore up his attacking stocks.
Sunderland manager Paolo di Canio has already signed 11 players this summer -- but he wants more before the transfer window closes. "When I asked 45 days ago for another central midfield player with a physical presence, with good quality and ability, preferably British, there was a reason,'' he said after watching the Black Cats draw 1-1 at Southampton. "I know this league better than some managers who have managed for 20 years in England. I know, this is why I continually asked for two more players with a physical presence.”
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