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Last Updated: Wednesday, 22 November 2006, 08:11 GMT
Wednesday's football gossip
Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally...


West Ham boss Alan Pardew will kick off the Icelandic revolution with a 10m swoop for Chelsea misfit Shaun Wright-Phillips. (The Sun)

Charlton are preparing a move for Gillingham's young star Matt Jarvis in January. (Daily Star)

Fulham outcast Niclas Jensen will quit the club and return to Denmark. (Various)

Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock is ready to move for Manchester United striker Alan Smith. (Daily Mirror)

Alan Gow is poised for a sensational switch from Falkirk to Spanish side Levante. (Daily Record)

Sheffield Wednesday boss Brian Laws will try to sign Liverpool striker Craig Lindfield on loan. (Daily Mirror)

Kilmarnock have taken Slovenian striker Jani Sturm on trial. (Daily Record)

Scotland striker Garry O'Connor has returned to his homeland for surgery on an abdominal injury and could be sold by Lokomotiv Moscow. (Daily Express)


Premier League bosses are set to dump their link with the Football Association at the end of the season to gain full control of the billions they generate. (Daily Express)

West Ham's new owner Eggert Magnusson faces a race against time if he wants to move to the Olympic Stadium after London 2012. (Daily Express)

Iranian businessman Kia Joorabchian is still keen to acquire an English club despite missing out on West Ham. (Daily Telegraph)

Middlesbrough are confident boss Gareth Southgate will get the green light today to carry on the job. (The Sun)

Watford have been dealt a blow with keeper Ben Foster having to return to Manchester United for knee surgery. (Daily Star)

Chris Powell has ruled out a return to his former club Charlton as part of Les Reed's coaching team. (Daily Express)

Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien wants to re-negotiate his contract, despite having four years to run. (Daily Mirror)

Torquay chairman Chris Roberts faces dressing room mutiny over his threat to sack players if they dive. (Daily Mirror)

Barnsley are ready to move for old favourite Neil Redfearn after axing manager Andy Ritchie. (Daily Mirror)

Midfielder Darren Young believes double training sessions introduced by new manager Stephen Kenny will lift Dunfermline clear of relegation. (Daily Record)


Referee Howard Webb, who will officiate the Manchester United-Chelsea game this weekend, is a self-confessed fan of United's Wayne Rooney. (Daily Express)

Former Portsmouth striker Dario Silva, who has had part of his right leg amputated following a car crash, is aiming to make the 2012 Olympics as a rower. (Daily Mail)

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