Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Remy Getting Impatient

Many of the newspapers are reporting on the differences between West Ham and Nice over the valuation of forward Loic Remy. Loic Remy for one seems a little impatient about the length of the negotiations,

"I have always liked the Premier League and I have always dreamed of playing in England. When a club like West Ham is tempted, it is always exciting. But nothing is done, the clubs have to find an agreement and Nice are asking for a lot of money.

Without setting any ultimatums, I would like to know my future quite soon."


The Daily Mirror says that Pablo Barrera arrives in London today.

5 Comments:

At 10:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

£22 for entry to peterborough friendly. when will these morons learn.

 
At 8:50 AM, Anonymous Matt G said...

west ham are reportingon their website that new signings (plural) will be announced in the next 72 hours. It also states that these new signings will give International Pedagree to Grants Team.
I expect that 2 signings will be announced and from reports in the papers, the new signings will be Pablo Barerra The Mexican Winger and Loic Remy, The French Stricker.

 
At 10:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will someone kindly tell Barrerra to funk off back to central America where he belongs . We're not your stepping-stone bitch: if you want stones to step on,go hire a builder ,you overpriced miserable wretch

 
At 11:54 PM, Anonymous Tim said...

Get over your self.... and have a think what you are saying. I think getting a young fresh player as oppose to an older player on the downward (which we have seemingly purchased time and time again) is smart buying

A) he can improve the team. B) he can be sold for more in several years time and help clear debt. its mutually beneficial.

The club needs to build up its status and cement a position in the top half and become a threat to the top 4 in years to come (many) if this is achieved the ability to attract and retain top players will follow, Barrera is a step in the right direction

And what is wrong with him aiming high in life...football is his profession whats wrong with him wanting to be a champion player, for this to occur I doubt his future would be at West Ham for more than 3 years but as I said this can help improve our position and help his career.

Also no Remy we got Piquionne

 
At 8:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Smart buying isn't necessarily buying young ,bitch.
Nor is it necessarily buying experienced. It IS about buying someone who is committed.

Learn to cope with it, dumb schmuck

 

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