Friday's gossip column

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Friday's gossip column

Post by sulehri on Fri Sep 26, 2008 8:08 pm

BREAKING GOSSIP
Barcelona striker Thierry Henry has hinted he may leave the club if he does not get more first-team chances. "For now, it is not a topical matter but if things stay the same, of course we will have to talk about this." (L'Equipe, 1035 BST).

NEWCASTLE GOSSIP

Terry Venables turned down the Newcastle job as he said it needs too much dedication to be done on a short-term basis. (Daily Telegraph)

Glenn Hoddle is also reluctant to take the Newcastle job on a short-term basis for the same reasons as Venables. (Daily Star)

But David O'Leary remains keen. (Guardian)

Steven Taylor says Tottenham's winner against Newcastle in the Carling Cup was his fault and he wants to apologise to his team-mates and fans. (Daily Telegraph).

Obafemi Martins will be out for another six weeks after injuring his knee in his comeback game. (The Sun)

CARLOS TEVEZ GOSSIP

Several Sheffield United players are considering suing West Ham for loss of earnings over the Tevez affair. (Daily Mail)

Hammers boss Gianfranco Zola says their Premier League survival cannot be put down just to Tevez's efforts. (Daily Mirror)

TRANSFER GOSSIP

Everton and Sunderland are both interested in Reading's Stephen Hunt. (Daily Mirror)

Celtic are set to beat Portsmouth to the signature of American goalkeeper Dominic Servi. (Daily Record)

The agent of Sao Paolo defender Aislan says he expects Liverpool to make an offer for him when the transfer window opens. (Guardian).

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OTHER GOSSIP

Ellis Short, a Dallas-based Irish-American, has become Sunderland's majority shareholder. (Telegraph)

Former Manchester City winger Kiki Musampa is on trial at Sheffield United. (Daily Mail)

Watford goalkeeper Mart Poom will be out for six months with a dislocated shoulder. (Daily Star)

Ryan Giggs says he wants to become Sir Alex Ferguson's next managerial protege when he retires. (Daily Mirror)

The FA is considering changing the red card system so that punishments can be individually assessed. (Daily Telegraph)

Cesc Fabregas says he knows Arsenal's youngsters are gunning for his place in the team but he is happy with the competition. (Daily Express)

Burnley's on-loan midfielder Russell Anderson is out for the season after damaging knee ligaments. (Daily Record)

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AND FINALLY

Liverpool's Phillip Deggen says he was pestered for autographs in hospital when having treatment for a punctured lung after their game with Crewe. (Daily Mail)

Secrecy laws meant Brighton goalkeeper Michel Kuipers had to keep silent about his time in the Dutch equivalent of the SAS, so he pretended he was a chef - and is still asked for cooking tips by fans. (Daily Star)

Chelsea have revamped the Stamford Bridge museum to include Jose Mourinho's old desk. (Daily Mail)
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