Wednesday, 11 July 2007

More transfer madness

Asian cup qualifiers at Iraq national stadium.

Newcastle might be about to sign Deco. With a massive rush to sign young, often untested midfield prodigies, this could be a seriously good bit of business by Sam.

Roy Keane is keen on Iraq (aren't we all). The agent of Iraqi striker Nashat Akram has held talks with Sunderland. The imminent possibilty of Keane leading a Irish-Scottish-Iraqi-Jamaican guerrilla army in a sustained battle with Manchester and London based hegemons is enough to make even the most hardened security nut wet.

Meanwhile over on that fabled source of biblically contradictory information, football-rumours.com, important news has come to light. Kazakh midfielder Borat Sagiev is on his way to a premiership club.

3 comments:

roid rage said...

Deco to Newcastle? Hilarious. He wont last 5 minutes before Joey Barton uses him as an ashtray or Viduka eats him or he just freezes his little lego man arse off. Having said that Newcastle are going to be a bit good next season. This is mainly down to the fact that they will have an entirely different team of players. And no Titus Bumble.

Kanishk Tharoor said...

the iraqi is a midfielder by the way, not striker...

Tan said...

Agree on the Newcastle front. Apologies on the Iraqi front. Assume everyone's an attacker in Iraq (ba-dumpsh).