Tuesday, January 25, 2011

O'Neill and Demba Ba Set to Sign Today

Many of today's papers think that West Ham are likely to sign and register Gary O'Neil and Demba Ba by midday today, allowing both players to be in the squad for the semi-final, second leg against Birmingham.

The Telegraph claim that as well as signing winger Gary O’Neil from Middlesbrough for £1.5 million West Ham are also considering a £4.5 million move for Stoke City striker Tuncay Sanli. The paper suggest that any move for Tuncay depends on West Ham's success, or non-success, in signing Robbie Keane.

The Mirror say West Ham still want El Hadji Diouf from Blackburn.

Sky Italia report that Valon Behrami has arrived in Florence and could sign for Fiorentina today.

5 Comments:

At 10:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good. A striker who may actually close the oppsition down and try to win the ball when we lose possession . A striker who won't walk around aimlessly failing to track back. A striker who will put his chances away. A striker who won't lash out at Barnsley and Birmingham playersin Cup games for no reason at all. And a striker with enough common sense to not celebrate a goal before the game is even won,thereby getting himself sent off and blowing two points. And a stiker who maybe won't sulk if a teammate's pass goes astray. And a striker who maybe will have the balls to categorically rule out rumored moves to the likes of Villa,

BECAUSE HE ACTUALLY WANTS TO PLAY FOR WEST HAM

 
At 10:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A striker who could break down with a knee injury before he plays for West Ham.....
I jest. Fingers crossed he does the job.

 
At 12:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the ba transfer won't happen he's injured, we cqn't get him insured. plus we want keane

 
At 1:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Something definately fishy with this Demba Ba thing, not a single mention on the official site. Anyone got any info apart from what 12:01 said ?

 
At 2:52 PM, Anonymous USA Dave said...

12:01 is spot on. Won't happen. Insurance issue.

 

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