Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Robert Green Put Up for Sale

Avram Grant has had his work permit to work for West Ham United approved.

West Ham chairman David Gold has hinted very strongly that Robert Green is for sale. He said West Ham are not offering Robert Green a new deal and that he is in the 'shop window'.

"At this stage we are not going to have talks with him about a new deal. World Cups change lives. It's the global shop window and who knows what may happen. We could get amazing offers - offers you can't refuse.

What do you do if Manchester United or Real Madrid, for example, come in offering millions of pounds?"

Green has just 12 months left on his present contract.

KUMB are reporting that West Ham are one of two clubs in talks with Standard Liege striker Dieumerci Mbokani. Fulham are reported to be the other interested club.


At 5:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know whose head I'd like to put through the global shop window

At 10:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shut the funk up muppet. Robert Green is an expensive ,under-performing keeper who contributed to us nearly getting relegated. He makes some great saves, but he handles set pieces poorly.

At 10:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

stop moaning 5.16 ,and get on with it

At 12:01 PM, Anonymous Matt G said...

and who do you suppose we should replace Green with? Green is not overpaid at all. He on 30,000, compared to 70,000 of all other england players, and dyer and boa morte. how is that over paid? Gabbidon and Mcarthy are on more money than him!

Personally i think we would be mad to let green go. Yes he has weaknesses, but he his still one of the best keepers in the country, and we should be retaining him, not selling him!

At 1:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

na we should do what west ham does best and get some young talent and make him big, green fumbles to many and lets it some pretty easy goals, he was a real good keeper bout 2 seasons ago n went downhill

At 10:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am shocked by this blog. We have the England number one and for some reason we want to see him go.

We have had some shocking keepers in the past. He is not one of them. Without a top replacement we should not see him go. The likely hood of us getting a top replacement is slim.

I am with Matt G

think on.



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