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Re: Worldwide Football Transfers Thread - 100% Official Only Please

Quite a bit of activity today so far in the 'transfer market'.

Amaury Bischoff, the Arsenal player who joined from Werder Bremen, has been 'released' by the Gooners, after failing to have a impact on the team.

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12875_5407427,00.html

The move which was pretty much done before the Serie A season ended, Diego Milito has now completed his move to Internazionale, the deal will see youngster, Robert Acquafresca, go in return to Genoa, and its expected, Genoa will loan him out to Atalanta.

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12875_5407020,00.html

PSG have signed Atletico Madrid, GK, Gregory Coupet, he returns to Ligue 1, after only just being one year away from the league, his previous time he was with Lyon, for about 10/11 years, before that with Saint Etienne.

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12875_5407032,00.html

and... finally, looks as if Arsenal will have to look elsewhere for a DM, as Felipe Melo has signed a 1-yr contract extension which lasts to 2013, and will keep him there with Fiorentina.

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12875_5407386,00.html

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Re: Worldwide Football Transfers Thread - 100% Official Only Please

Rafal Murawski has moved to Rubin Kazan from Lech Poznan. 2.5 million euro seems a very good price (for Lech, anyway) for an ageing midfielder who looked like he was running out of stamina and fitness towards the end of last season.

The guy did a decent job for Lech, but I'm not sure whether he can replicate his form into a league that has a higher standard.

http://www.krakowpost.com/article/1397

Legia Warsaw have purchased Marcin Mieciel, who is nicknamed "Miętowy" following his time at the club a few years back.

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Re: United tie up Valencia deal

Alot of people say he's just another player, and he's not good enough for United.

I'v seen bits of him throughout his time at Wigan and yes i thought the same as many. But i watched afew videos of him playing last season and i can see a striking similarity in his playing style to CR's. He's fast, got plenty of magical skills and a good shot. He's very similar, not as many mind boggling skills but for sure he passes more, alot less selfish and definatly prefers to pass and keep his team in posession rather then get into the corner of the pitch like CR did.

He'll improve alot in United, and providing we get Benzema i reckon he'll be a good replacment, i doubt he'll score as much, but if Benzema comes in then i think he'll grab a fair few with Rooney moving back up front hell grab loads more too. Also Benzema can play wing very effectivly which means Rooney and Berb could parter in strike

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No he isn't.Good player but not as good as Ronaldo.

Glad to see him finally at the club so now we can concentrate on igger tagets such as Benzema' date=' Aguero.[/quote']

Ya that is exactly how I see him but when we sign a better player in a striker I think he will supply good crosses for the strikers and will be better for the team.

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Hes a good player, but if he has bad performances, the United fans cant get on his back.

He wont fit in the shoes of Ronaldo, No-One will for a very long time, He'll be a good player but he wont live up to his reputation.

United fans will have to accept that he was not as good as Ronaldo but still have a top class winger.

:)

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Re: Worldwide Football Transfers Thread - 100% Official Only Please

Reading's Scott Golbourne and Swindon's Barry Corr both join Exeter :)

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11719_5411611,00.html

Welsh international Richard Duffy is also on trial after being released from Millwall so could join soon as well :)

Good luck with him. Seriously, he is the most injury-prone player I have ever seen. More so than Michael Owen. In his entire Swindon career, he managed no more than five successive games before injury, and this season managed a maximum of two successive games. It actually got to a stage where the Swindon fans would bet on how long before he had to go off.

And he's not "Swindon's Barry Corr" - he had his contract terminated by mutual consent. ;)

He also began his career with Leeds and got released, no idea where they got Sheffield Wednesday from. :confused:

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