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West ham till i die since 1895

Whisper it quietly. But word tonight is that Samuel Eto’o is willing to lower his wage demands to join the club. Normally I’d dismiss this as a silly rumour but I’m hearing this out of too many places for it to not have some truth to it. Plus I know we have already spoke to him so we are definitely interested. Watch this space, that’s all I’ll say – Arron

Mikel Arteta

Jenkinson has gone on a full season loan at west ham. Hope he comes back better than before, it’s a shame as he is a die hard arsenal fan and has gone to west ham but good luck jenko 😢

FC Barcelona


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Manchester Evening News

Did you see anything suspicious near Clayton Vale Park on Tuesday? Police want to hear from you…

The scarred attacker struck in broad daylight in Clayton Vale Park on Tuesday…

Tim Krul

Loic Remy – Newcastle meeting with agent, QPR and player tomorrow?

We know it could be completely untrue but it’s from twitter account soccer sauce – and they report on all the breaking transfer news – and here’s the tweet that’s causing all the talk:

¨Just in:We understand Newcastle are set to hold further talks with #QPR and Loic Remy (and agent) tomorrow in London

My Old Man Said

Farewell to the gentleman called Olof Mellberg. Who announced his retirement from playing football earlier today. Seven years a Villan and a player who respected and loved the fans. UTV.

Liverpool Echo News

Sir Paul McCartney told students at the performing arts college he co-founded to “go out there and be wonderful” as he attended its annual graduation ceremony. The ex-Beatle spoke of his determination to save his old school building with Mark Featherstone-Witty and his pride at seeing it become a base for the successful LIPA

Ex-Beatle spoke of his determination to save his old school building with Mark Featherstone-Witty…

Wigan Athletic

It is with great sadness that the club has learned of the passing of one its longest serving supporters, Alan Winstanley, who died recently at the age of 80.

Alan and his wife Rita had in fact met on a coach to watch Latics in the 60s and together they watched their team’s incredible rise from the Lancashire combination all the way to the Premier League.

The club wishes to send its sincere condolences to Rita and family.