Posted by sean on February 2, 2009 at 11:00 pm in Football, Leeds United with 1 Comment

That’s the football transfer window closed again for another few months. I’ll refrain from doing the same joke I have done for the last 3 years and say I’ve declined a £100m deadline day move to Chelsea.

Leeds were able to keep hold of their wonder-kid, Fabian Delph; although unless Leeds get a new trillionaire owner, or Delph loses all his limbs in a chainsaw accident, I cannot see him turning down the lures of Manchester United in the summer… time to hire a chainsaw maybe.

Arsenal seem to have ignored the 1700 GMT deadline and are confident of signing some Russian, who looks like ex-Bath City striker, Phil Walsh tomorrow. What’s the point in having a transfer deadline if teams just break it? 

I suppose rules are made to be broken. Leeds owner Ken Bates loves to steal managers from lesser clubs illegally, where as ManU benefit from dodgy goings on every week – mostly with the help of the campest referee in the world, Mike Wiley.

On a final note, all these expensive football players managed to travel across Europe to sign multi-million pound deals, on a day where Joe Public failed to make a 2 mile journey to work because of the snow. Madness.

One Response to Dodgy dealings

  1. goatman-g

    February 4, 2009 - 12:50 pm

    Just like reading the Daily Mail..

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