"I'm getting really fed up with being bombarded by journalists so for the moment we are saying nothing more."
Well Stephane you c**t, it's a bit rich for a greedy bastard like you to be fed up with media attention given that you've just cynically and unethically got your greedy client a move by manipulating the very same media. Your sort make me want to vomit, you really are the lowest of the low, you live off the talents of others and have the ethics of an incarcerated weasel. If Adebayor goes to Milan it may well be the beginning of the end for his career, Italy is not kind on strikers and Ade may well regret listening to your short sighted money grabbing advice.
On the topic of greedy bastards, there's a piece here on this theme in the Sunday Mirror. It seems strange to me that there are so many hypocrites out there who were happy to love the obnoxious Ronaldo right until the last minute, despite the warning signs being there from day one. It's amusing to see that 'badge kissing' fat Frank 'sumo' Lampard is 'insulted' by Chelsea's offer of 140 grand a week, rather reminiscent of the Ashley Cole saga. Personally I think it's got to the point now where fans should unite against these hypocritical greedy players, if they knew that they would be booed for the rest of their careers for this kind of behaviour it may force them to demonstrate some ethics in their pursuit of a career.
Elsewhere the Insider has an interesting piece comparing Santa Cruz and Falcao, assuming the greedy Togoan is on his way. Personally I'm not sure if Santa Cruz is up to the job of playing for a top side and I think judging players on video clips is a dangerous game. Unfortunately Alexandre Song is off to the Olympics, leaving us rather short of cover at centre back and defensive centre midfield at the start of the season, good luck to him though. Arseblog reports on the unlikely story of Samuel Eto'o coming as part exchange for Adebayor, there are many reasons that make this unlikely, not least his wages. Young Guns reports un the stupid UEFA rules that result in compensation having to be paid for players who are over 20 and out of contract. Meanwhile this excellent discussion piece makes a mockery of UEFA's logic.
Whatever happens in the next few days I just hope we can unload our greedy players who have shown no commitment to the club or fans with their recent behaviour. I will be just be happy if we can start the season with a bunch of young hungry players who are 100% committed to the cause. I would rather win nothing than see the likes of Adebayor and Hleb bully the club into paying them more money than their avarice deserves.