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About Samir7

  • Birthday 08/02/1993


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    I am Samir
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    Cricket, Football
  • Occupation
    Going To School
  • Favourite Football Club
    Manchester United
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  1. Re: Juande Ramos Sacked! Harry's magic already working? Spurs 1 up against Bolton.
  2. Re: Juande Ramos Sacked! Portsmouth FC will recieve £5 Million in compensation. Is It Worth? We Will Have To Wait and See . . .
  3. Re: Juande Ramos Sacked! Redknapp will be at the Spurs Game against Bolton Tommorrow + Im Goin To Watch Spurs Play Against Liverpool In Like 2 Weeks, In The Carling Cup, So I Expect A Victory. But Losing Damien Comolli, I think, is a gamble because he has scouted some good youngsters for Spurs.
  4. Spurs sack Ramos Ramos, Poyet and Comolli leave Tottenham have confirmed that manager Juande Ramos has left the club. Spurs have acted to axe the Spanish coach after their worst start to a league campaign in their history. They have also confirmed that sporting director Damien Comolli and Ramos's number two Gus Poyet have left the club. The announcement has now come less than 24 hours before their Premier League clash with Bolton, and they confirmed that Clive Allen and Alex Inglethorpe would be in charge for the clash. The club statement read: "The club can announce that Damien Comolli, sporting Ddirector, Juande Ramos, head coach and first team coaches, Marcos Alvarez and Gus Poyet, have left the club, with immediate effect. We wish them well. "Clive Allen, development squad coach, and Alex Inglethorpe, youth team Manager, will take charge for Sunday's League match against Bolton. "An announcement will be made on First Team coaching staff in due course." Ramos joined Spurs just two-days short of a year. Redknapp 'agrees' Spurs deal Portsmouth boss set for White Hart Lane Harry Redknapp has confirmed to Sky Sports News that he is going to be the next manager of Tottenham Hotspur. Shortly after confirming the departure of manager Juande Ramos, sporting director Damien Comolli and assistant boss Gus Poyet - Spurs confirmed they had made a move for Redknapp. Portsmouth quickly agreed to Spurs' offer of £5million for their manager and now Redknapp is on his way to North London. Redknapp explained Spurs made their first move on Thursday. "I was in Portugal, waiting for a flight back [after Portsmouth's Uefa Cup match against Braga] and we got a phone call from Tottenham saying they would like to speak to me," he revealed to Sky Sports News. "They spoke with Peter Storrie [Portsmouth chief executive] and he spoke with Daniel Levy, and I think they came to agreement where the club are actually playing £5milion in compensation which is a great deal for Portsmouth. "But I think they needed the money, things are right but the club have been fantastic but we only get 19,000 - we tried to sell one more player during the window and in the end I guess they have sold the manager." Redknapp admitted he could not turn down the chance to move to Spurs. "It was a great opportunity for me, Tottenham are a great club - but I honestly loved, genuinely love my time at Portsmouth I have never been happier - but Tottenham have come in and £5million is great for Portsmouth and I will now see what I can do at Tottenham." He also confirmed that he will be Tottenham boss before their match with Bolton and he is likely to pick the side, alongside caretaker management team Clive Allen and Alex Inglethorpe. "It is going to be done tonight [saturday] and by tomorrow morning I will be in place, and yes I will go to the game and I will pick the team obviously and I will be in the dressing room and hopefully we can get a result, and hopefully Portsmouth will get a result too," he confirmed. Sad about leaving Redknapp was keen to stress how sad he was about leaving Fratton Park. "Portsmouth is in great shape, the best players they have ever had in Tony Adams and Joe Jordan they have two fantastic people, coaches and I would just like to thank everyone for the great times I have had there and hopefully they will go just as well at Tottenham," he said. "The funds are tight, we were talking about selling players in January, and we were hoping to do a deal or two and suddenly Tottenham have come in and offered £5million and to be honest, it was good for the club to do a deal and for me it is the chance to manage a big, big club before I retire." He admitted that he has a tough task ahead of him at White Hart Lane. "They have a decent squad on paper, but it is not a well balanced - I think maybe a soft centre and think we need a bit more strength and aggression," he said. "They don't pick up two points if they are that good - they have been on a horrendous run of games and we have to get cracking and get some results. "I am sure Juande Ramos was a terrific manager, but he just didn't get the breaks and hopefully I can go in their and get a bit of luck and pick up some results. "It is a club with great tradition, we have got to stay up here and take it from there." No Adams move Redknapp also confirmed that his backroom staff at Portsmouth - Arsenal legend Tony Adams and Joe Jordan, were unlikely to follow him. "I don't think Tony would be a goer and I spoke to Joe - but Portsmouth would want to keep Joe or Tony as manager and they could not do much better than taking those two," he said. He also insisted that the Tottenham offer was very different to that of Newcastle - who he rejected last year. "The Newcastle one was a great offer, but I was just so happy at Portsmouth it never entered my mind that I would leave," he said. "This is where I thought I would finish, I was comfortable there but once Tottenham came in, once the offer was made it was difficult for them to turn down a £5million offer for the manager - it is crazy money for a manger and hopefully people will remember what I have done there. "Once Portsmouth accepted the compensation package it was all systems go. "I am great friends with Peter [storrie] and Sascha [Gaydamak. Pompey owner] and hopefully that will remain for a long time to come."
  5. Re: Chatroomer Of The Year 2008 - 2nd Round - Nathan Kirby VS Kylan Hood Meant To Click Kirby Clicked Hoods Name Instead.
  6. Re: English Championship 1 The Mariners Ready For Leeds Utd Grimsby manager Samir has told the press that his team are ready to lock horns with Division 1 giants Leeds Utd. Town have only taken 1 point from their last 4 games but Samir is optimistic his team can shock the Elland Road faithful and knock Leeds Utd out of the English Shield.
  7. Re: The One Osasuna: We Want Top Spot Osasuna say they still believe that they will claim top spot. Despite a 5-1 hammering at the hands of Parma and a defeat to rivals Racing Satander Samir has reiterated that he still wants top spot. "I am very disappointed by the teams performance in the past two games. I have told the lads that i want top spot this season. We have to hope that Racing slip up. The have a manager who knows what his doing and he is in a great position. I have no clue what has gone wrong in the past 2 games because we have played fantastically well the whole season". Samir has guaranteed the Osasuna faithful that his team will try their utmost to gain top spot.
  8. Re: Possible Stick Cricket League? Im In Hope more ppl join.
  9. Re: The One Thank You for everyone who voted much appreciated Glad to win the award
  10. Re: United lodge Ron complaint What im trying to say is Owen was as good as them all.
  11. Re: United lodge Ron complaint But Real Madrid do it more than anyone. All they do is buy a top player and let him warm the bench. Thats what i hate about them. This happened to Owen! They spoiled his career. Cassano. They did it to him. Ciccino. Real Madrid always try and unsettle a player even if the players club says he is not for sale. BTW PPL who are saying Ronaldo says he wants to go are wrong. He has told the press he is still undecided!
  12. Manchester United have lodged an official complaint with Fifa over Real Madrid's pursuit of Cristiano Ronaldo. United had previously warned that they would consider reporting the Spanish giants to world football's governing body unless they ended their public campaign to take the winger to the Bernabeu. But with the level of speculation surrounding the Portugal international's future having intensified since then, with the player himself doing little to reduce the media frenzy, United have made their complaint official. No alternative A statement on the club's official website read: "On 27th May, Manchester United made clear its intention to report Real Madrid to FIFA if it continued to involve itself in the future of Cristiano Ronaldo. "Unfortunately, Real Madrid has not kept its own counsel and the club feels it has no alternative but to make a formal complaint to the world governing body, which it has done today. "The precise content and nature will remain confidential." Documents A Fifa spokesman said: "I can confirm that we have received an official request from Manchester United to look into the matter. "We have only just received the documents so we need some time to analyse them before we can make any decision."
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