Tuesday, July 31, 2007

The End in Sight

Hopefully we will see an end to the Tevez saga this week. Most of the newspapers seem hopeful that some deal can be reached between Joorabchian and West Ham.

On the other hand the mouthpiece of Tevez's pimp, The Daily Mail, today say that Joorabchian's lawyers are going to grill Scudamore when the case goes to court. The obvious implication in the slant of the article is that the Premier League always knew the terms of the so called 'third party' clause. So Joorabchian is obviously piling on as much pressure as he can to force West Ham to sell Tevez's registration for peanuts. Whilst The Daily Mail, in the sordid tradition of that rag, is happy to support a man wanted for money laundering to screw over West Ham.

Tevez himself is likely to escape the fate of most West Ham players who are a little over keen in moving to other clubs. Whilst Reo-Coker is likely to now rival Ince in his anti-hero status at The Boleyn Tevez is likely to find he has a warm reception when he returns. This is partly due to the fact that most West Ham fans knew he would only ever be here for one season. The other is that whilst he was here he obviously gave so much for the club. In comparison to 'sicknote' Benayoun, and 'I'm too big for this club' Reo-Coker, Tevez played a large part in helping West Ham avoid relegation.

Here is a little of what we will be missing:


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