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Wednesday's gossip column

TransfersOther gossipAnd finally

BREAKING GOSSIP

TRANSFER GOSSIP

Newcastle hope to sign Fulham striker Diomansy Kamara on loan to cover for injured frontman Shola Ameobi, who is out until December with a stress fracture of the foot.
Full story: The Sun

Aston Villa striker Marlon Harewood is another loan target for Magpies caretaker boss Chris Hughton.
Full story: Daily Mirror

606: DEBATE

Hull City striker Daniel Cousin is keen on a loan move to Newcastle after slipping down the pecking order at the KC Stadium.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Everton have given striker James Vaughan the go-ahead to join Middlesbrough on loan.
Full story: The Guardian

Bolton boss Gary Megson has agreed a deal with Wolves worth up to £1m for defender Mark Davies, who joined the Trotters in January. The two clubs opted to negotiate the fee rather than using a transfer tribunal.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Stoke defender Andrew Davies has rejected a loan move to Plymouth.
Full story: The Sun

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has handed former Chelsea and Sunderland goalkeeper Jurgen Macho a trial following the Austrian's release by AEK Athens.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Sheffield United manager Kevin Blackwell hopes to beat Ipswich, Barnsley and Colchester to the loan signing of Bolton defender Danny Shittu.
Full story: The Sun


Australia striker Scott McDonald says he will not be quitting Celtic to join Wigan. (The Sun)

Hartlepool manager Chris Turner fears an approach from Celtic for midfielder Gary Liddle and striker James Brown. (The Herald)

OTHER GOSSIP

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reopened his feud with Manchester City boss Mark Hughes following Emmanuel Adebayor's alleged stamp on Robin van Persie on Saturday. Wenger, who used to accuse Hughes' Blackburn side of being too physical, said: "You ask 100 people, 99 will say it is very bad and the hundredth will be Mark Hughes."
Full story: The Sun

City are in talks with their legal team in a bid to save Adebayor from a potential four-match suspension following Football Association charges of violent conduct and improper conduct as a result of his actions against the Gunners.
Full story: Daily Telegraph

Inter Milan's former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says Fabio Capello "knows nothing about football" after the England coach said it was imperative for the Serie A champions to win the Champions League this season.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Barcelona's Spanish midfielder Xavi Hernandez admits England were missed at Euro 2008 and feels they are among the favourites to win the 2010 World Cup.
Full story: Daily Mirror

New Portsmouth owner Sulaiman Al Fahim is adamant the Fratton Park club will have money to spend in the January transfer window but Pompey's chief executive Peter Storrie says the club has had no new funds made available.
Full story: The Sun

Al Fahim says he will meet with Pompey boss Paul Hart on 21 November to discuss potential signings.
Full story: The Times

Former Scotland boss Alex McLeish has welcomed the decision not to axe national manager George Burley over the Scots' failure to qualify for the 2010 World Cup. (Daily Record)

George Peat's position as Scottish FA president is under threat after he criticised manager George Burley before the end of the World Cup qualifying campaign. (Daily Express)

Tartan Army spokesman Hamish Husband says George Burley only kept his job as Scotland manager because other candidates rejected approaches to take over. (Various)

Liverpool striker Fernando Torres has hailed team-mate Steven Gerrard as "the greatest player in the world".
Full story: Daily Mirror

Liverpool's co-owner Tom Hicks is confident he can reduce the club's £250m debt and says boss Rafael Benitez can use some of the revenue from the Reds new £20m-a-year shirt-sponsorship deal with Standard Chartered Bank on strengthening his squad.
Full story: The Times

Liverpool midfielder Lucas, who has been heavily criticised by Reds fans, says he would have left Anfield if not for manager Rafael Benitez, who he says has given him "incredible support and confidence".
Full story: Daily Mirror

Rangers midfielder Pedro Mendes has asked his best friend Fernando Meira for the lowdown on Stuttgart ahead of his side's Champions League clash with the Bundesliga outfit on Wednesday. Meira spent six years with Stuttgart from 2002 to 2008 and now plays for Zenit St Petersburg. (Daily Mirror)

Rangers could be forced to play Lee McCulloch as a makeshift centre-half against Stuttgart in the Champions League because of an injury to David Weir. (Various)

Olympiakos have expressed an interest in appointing Bryan Robson as their new coach after sacking former Newcastle midfielder Temuri Ketsbaia.
Full story: Daily Mail

Former Republic of Ireland boss Steve Staunton has applied for the vacant manager's job at League Two side Rotherham.
Full story: Daily Mirror

AND FINALLY

Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor appeared to recreate his controversial celebration from Saturday's 4-2 win over his old club Arsenal after scoring in training on Tuesday. The Togo striker, who has been charged with improper conduct for running down the pitch to celebrate in front of Gunners fans, smiled as he ran and slid to his knees in front of his team-mates. (Various)



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see also
Transfers - September 2009
29 Sep 09 |  Football
Tuesday's gossip column
15 Sep 09 |  Gossip
Tuesday's Scottish gossip
15 Sep 09 |  Scottish Premier
Monday's gossip column
14 Sep 09 |  Gossip
Monday's Scottish gossip
14 Sep 09 |  Scottish Premier


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