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Monday's gossip column

TransfersOther gossipAnd finally

TRANSFER GOSSIP

Tottenham striker Robbie Keane has emerged as a transfer target for Celtic boss Tony Mowbray.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Chelsea have agreed in principle to sign 17-year-old Croatian goalkeeper Matej Delac from Inter Zapresic for about £2m. However, unless the Blues win an appeal over their transfers ban, they will not be able to sign him until January 2011. (Daily Mail)

Wigan striker Marlon King has been linked with a loan move to Championship side Sheffield United
Full story: Daily Mirror

Former Manchester City defender Michael Ball is being targeted by Notts County director of football Sven-Goran Eriksson. The 29-year-old is currently without a club.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Preston defender Sean St Ledger will be recruited to help strengthen Middlesbrough's rearguard in a £3m deal.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Roy Keane's Ipswich are hoping to agree a loan deal for Bolton's Nigerian defender Danny Shittu. (Daily Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor could be handed a six-match ban by the Football Association for his clash with Robin van Persie, who claims he was deliberately stamped on, and the goal celebration in the game against the Togo international's former club Arsenal. (Daily Star)

Or Adebayor's punishment may consist of a four-match suspension.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Reading may be the next club in line for a big-money takeover, with chairman John Madejski weighing up a £80m deal to sell the Championship club to a Middle Eastern consortium.
Full story: The Sun

George Burley is poised to axe assistants Steven Pressley and Tommy McLean if he keeps his job as national manager after a review by the Scottish FA. (The Scotsman)

Rangers manager Walter Smith saved Madjid Bougherra from a second red card by telling the defender to say sorry for the outburst that led to him being sent off against Motherwell on Saturday. (The Sun)

St Johnstone defender Dave Mackay has accused St Mirren midfielder Stephen McGinn of cheating by diving to win a penalty in Saturday's 1-1 draw. (Various)

St Mirren manager Gus MacPherson has complained that his side have had novice referees in three of their four games this season. (The Sun)

Hibernian striker Colin Nish, who was sent off in injury time in the 2-0 defeat by Hamilton, claims he is being targeted by referees. (The Sun)


AND FINALLY

There were no draws in the Premier League this weekend and there have only been three in the 46 top-flight matches played in England so far this season. (The Sun)

John McVeigh is to appeal against a four-year touchline ban from the junior FA after allegedly hitting a referee with his own notebook, after which the former Partick Thistle and Airdrie boss resigned as Lanark United manager. (The Sun)



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see also
Transfers - September 2009
29 Sep 09 |  Football
Sunday's gossip column
13 Sep 09 |  Gossip
Sunday's Scottish gossip
13 Sep 09 |  Scottish Premier
Saturday's gossip column
12 Sep 09 |  Gossip
Saturday's Scottish gossip
12 Sep 09 |  Scottish Premier


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