donderdag 29 september 2011

Manchester City suspend Tevez

Manchester City have suspended striker Carlos Tevez after he refused to come on as a substitute in their 2-0 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

Mancini turned to Tevez in the second half of City's European match at the Allianz Arena as his side trailed 2-0 following a first-half brace from Bayern forward Mario Gomez.
But, speaking after the defeat, the Italian coach claimed Tevez had refused to enter the fray. The Argentine striker later claimed it was a miscommunication, with many fans and pundits slamming his behaviour.
Now the club have acted to confirm that Tevez will not be available for selection for the next two weeks.
''Manchester City can confirm that striker Carlos Tevez has been suspended until further notice for a maximum period of two weeks,'' read a club statement.
''The player's suspension is pending a full review into his alleged conduct during Tuesday evening's 2-0 defeat to Bayern Munich. The player will not be considered for selection or take part in training whilst the review is under way.''
The Blues confirmed the news following a telephone conference involving senior staff, including chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak. After the weekend's games, there is an international break, so Tevez would be unavailable until October 15 anyway.
Meanwhile, Pablo Zabaleta has pledged to help Carlos Tevez get through his latest emotional turmoil.
''We need to try to help Carlos,'' said Zabaleta. ''He has been a really important player for us in the last two years but maybe this season he has had more games on the bench. Sometimes that is difficult, and more so for strikers, who need to play, need to score, need to feel confidence.
''Everybody always wants to play, maybe it's like that. It is a difficult moment for him but we need to be calm. All players have different characters and sometimes the decision is going to be very difficult for everybody because we have too many players.
''We need to accept that sometimes we are on the bench but we always have to be looking to get into the team.''
New signing Sergio Aguero admitted he felt sad at how the Tevez saga unfolded. However, City's £38million record signing - who has taken his fellow countryman's place in Mancini's team - also know the manager is boss.
''Roberto is in charge,'' he said. ''He puts through his opinions and ideas, and obviously makes his decisions. We just have to go with it. Carlos is a great player but obviously I am not inside his mind, to know his thoughts and opinions. It does make me sad. But they are two grown men and maybe they will sort it out.''
Source: soccernet

woensdag 28 september 2011

dinsdag 27 september 2011

Tonight Champions League!

Tonight my 2 favourite clubs will play together ... I say it will be 3 - 1 to Real Madrid!
... and you?

zaterdag 3 september 2011

Holland 11 - 0 San Marino

          Oranje boekt zege met recordscore

Het Nederlands elftal heeft in het EK-kwalificatieduel met San Marino in Eindhoven gedaan wat het aan zijn stand verplicht is.
De nummer één van de wereld klopte de nummer laatst met 11-0, een recordscore in de historie van Oranje.
Doordat in dezelfde groep Hongarije won van Zweden, staat Nederland nu op beide landen zes punten voor.
De voetbalshow die Oranje ten beste gaf in de beginfase leverde drie goals op. Robin van Persie scoorde na een perfecte pass van Mark van Bommel, Wesley Sneijder trof doel met een afstandsschot en John Heitinga met een kopbal.
Na de 3-0 stokte de machine even en tot aan de rust werd er ondanks een handvol kansen niet meer gescoord.

Wervelend spel

Na de pauze pakte Oranje de draad weer op met vaak wervelend spel. Een vloeiende aanval via Van Persie en Klaas-Jan Huntelaar leidde tot de 4-0 van Dirk Kuijt, waarna een combinatie tussen dezelfde spelers de 5-0 van Huntelaar opleverde.
Van Persie tekende voor de 6-0 na een weergaloze actie van Sneijder en de 7-0 uit de rebound nadat Huntelaars schot was gestopt. Vervolgens maakte Huntelaar op aangeven van Kevin Strootman zijn tweede goal en Van Persie zijn derde en vierde.
Sneijder zorgde er met een diagonaal schot voor dat het record uit 1912 (9-0 tegen Finland) en 1972 (9-0 tegen Noorwegen) uit de boeken verdween, waarna de elf werden volgemaakt door debutant Georginio Wijnaldum.

Source: NOS-Sport

vrijdag 2 september 2011

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Big tension on Spanish National Team!

                             Del Bosque Struggles to Make Peace

                                 Del Bosque tries to make peace among Spain squad.

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has been forced to act as a peacemaker in the national team camp ahead of La Roja's friendly clash with Chile after tensions boiled over between Real Madrid and Barcelona during the recent Spanish Super Cup.
Barcelona beat Madrid 3-2 in the second leg of the tournament on August 18 to secure a 5-4 aggregate victory after the match ended in a mass brawl that saw three players sent off.
Madrid coach Jose Mourinho poked Barcelona assistant coach Tito Vilanova in the eye in the final minutes of the match, allegedly in response to a series of provocations and insults from the Catalan bench.
The clashes revived tensions between players from the two clubs which erupted during the run of four "clasicos" towards the end of last season.
"The situation in the national team is at breaking point," Malaga midfielder Santi Cazorla warned recently while Liverpool's Spanish keeper Pepe Reina said "the atmosphere in the squad has got a bit weird".
Barcelona and Madrid contribute 14 of the 24 players in Del Bosque's squad for Friday's friendly against Chile in Switzerland as well as the Euro 2012 qualifier against Liechtenstein four days later.
The Spain coach - himself a former Real Madrid player who also coached the club to two Champions League triumphs - has expressed concern that the tensions between the two teams were taking their toll on his squad.
"The day will come where we will ask ourselves why we were so stupid and childish," he said ahead of the two matches.
Spain lost their place at the top of FIFA's ranking for the first time since winning the World Cup in South Africa last year after going down 2-1 to Italy in a friendly on August 10.

After the Spanish Super Cup, Madrid goalkeeper and captain Iker Casillas telephoned Barcelona midfielder Xavi to make peace before the the next two Spain matches, a move that reportedly angered Mourinho.
The Portuguese coach left Casillas on the bench during Madrid's 2-1 defeat of Galatasaray in a friendly at the Santiago Bernabeu on August 25 in what sports daily Marca said was punishment for his telephone call to Xavi.
"Casillas can talk on the phone with anyone," Mourinho told reporters after the match when asked if he was angered by the keeper's move.
Del Bosque said the telephone call between Casillas and Xavi "must be something that usually happens between them."
"I don't know what Xavi and Casillas talked about, I have not noticed any distance between them. You have to look after football," he said during an interview with radio station Cadena COPE earlier this week.
Meanwhile, Madrid defender Sergio Ramos welcomed Casillas' move.
"We know Iker very well, he is our captain and his gesture was the right one," he said.
"We have to take advantage of this team because it would be a shame to waste this generation. The silliness stays on the pitch."
Even if tensions between the two sides abate, they are likely to flare again when the two giants of the Spanish game face off in the first "clasico" of this league season in December.
Source: Yahoo! Sports

donderdag 1 september 2011

Deadline transfers from Premier League.

                 Premier League ins and outs: Summer transfers 2011

Top 10 transfers
1 Sergio Agüero - Atlético Madrid to Manchester City - £38m
2 Cesc Fabregas - Arsenal to Barcelona - £35m
3 Samir Nasri - Arsenal to Manchester City - £25m
4 Juan Mata - Valencia to Chelsea - £23.5m
5 Stewart Downing - Aston Villa to Liverpool - £20m
6 David de Gea - Atlético Madrid to Manchester Utd - £18.3m
7 Romelu Lukaku - Anderlecht to Chelsea - £18m
8 Ashley Young - Aston Villa to Manchester United - £17m
9 Phil Jones - Blackburn to Manchester United - £16.5m
10 Jordan Henderson - Sunderland to Liverpool - £16m

In: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Southampton: Hampton, £12m, to £15m), Gervinho (Lille, £10.5m), Mikel Arteta (Everton, £10m), Per Mertesacker (W Bremen, £9m, ), Andre Santos (Fenerbahce, £6.2m), Park Chu-Young (Monaco, £3m), Carl Jenkinson (Charlton, £1m), Joel Campbell (Saprissa, £900,000), Hector Bellerin (Barcelona, £400,000), Jon Toral (Barcelona, £350,000).
Loan: Yossi Benayoun (Chelsea).
Out: Cesc Fabregas (Barcelona, £35m), Samir Nasri (Man C, £25m), Gael Clichy (Man C, £7m), Emmanuel Eboué (Galatasaray, £3m), Armand Traoré (QPR, £1.2m), Gilles Sunu (Lorient), Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (Ipswich, £1.2m), Roarie Deacon (Sunderland), Jamie Edge (WBA), Mark Randall (Chesterfield).
Loans: Kyle Bartley (Rangers), Nicklas Bendtner (Stoke), Denilson (S Paulo), James Shea (Dagenham). Henri Lansbury (West Ham), Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad).
Released: Tom Cruise.
Verdict : Four late deals may have strengthened the squad, but without: Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri, Arsenal still cut a weaker figure.
In: Charles N’Zogbia (Wigan, £9.5m), Shay Given (Manchester C, £3.5m), Enda Stevens (Shamrock Rovers, undisclosed, in January), Alan Hutton (Tottenham)
Loan: Jermaine Jenas (Tottenham)
Out: Stewart Downing (Liverpool, £20m), Ashley Young (Manchester U, £17m), Luke Young (QPR, £2.5m), Jonathan Hogg (Watford, £500,000), Durrell Berry (Plymouth: h), John Carew (West Ham), Brad Friedel (Tottenham), Harry Forrester (Brentford), Isaiah Osbourne (Hibs), Nigel Reo-Coker (Bolton).
Loans: Jean Makoun (Olympiacos), Andreas Wiemann (Watford).
Released: Ellis Deeney, Calum Flanagan, Arsenio Halfhuid, Robert Pirès, Moustapha Salifou.
Verdict: Shay Given and Charles N’Zogbia are good buys but Ashley Young and Stewart Downing will be missed.
In: Scott Dann (Birmingham, £5m), Radosav Petrovic (Partizan Belgrade, £2.7m), David Goodwillie (Dundee U, £2m, above), Simon Vukcevic (Sporting Lisbon, £2m), Myles Anderson (Aberdeen, undisclosed), Bruno Ribeiro (Gremio Prudente).
Out: Phil Jones (Manchester United, £16.5m), Nikola Kalinic (FC Dnipro, £6.5m), Frank Fielding (Derby, £400,000), Brett Emerton (Sydney FC, undisclosed), Gavin Gunning (Dundee U, undisclosed), Toni Vastic (Bayern Munich, undisclosed), Alex Billington (Preston), Jason Brown (Aberdeen), Aaron Doran (Inverness CT), Michael Potts (York), Zurab Khizanishvili (Kayserispor), Benjani Mwaruwari (Portsmouth: h).
Loans: Keith Andrews (Ipswich), Tom Hitchcock (Plymouth: h), Jake Kean (Rochdale).
Released: Damilola Ajagbe, Jordan Bowen, Andy Parry, Maceo Rigters, El Hadji Diouf.
Verdict: Steve Kean’s approach has been haphazard but Scott Dann and Simon Vukcevic could both be significant successes.
In: Chris Eagles (Burnley, £1.5m), Tyrone Mears (Burnley, £1.5m), Darren Pratley (Swansea), Nigel Reo-Coker (Aston Villa).
Loans: Gaël Kakuta (Chelsea), Dedryck Boyata (Manchester City), Tuncay Sanli (Wolfsburg).
Out: Ali Al Habsi (Wigan, £4m), Matt Taylor (West Ham, £2.4m), Danny Ward (Huddersfield, undisclosed), Andrew Burns (Bradford C), Tamir Cohen (Maccabi Haifa), Johan Elmander (Galatasaray), Joey O’Brien (West Ham), Sam Sheridan (Stockport County), Ricardo Vaz Te (Barnsley).
Loans: Rhys Bennett (Falkirk).
Released: Jlloyd Samuel.
Verdict: Low-level improvements at the Reebok but the big challenge was holding on to Gary Cahill. Chris Eagles looks a good buy.
In: Juan Mata (Valencia, £23.5m), Romelu Lukaku (Anderlecht, £18m), Oriol Romeu (Barcelona, £4.7m, to £8.7m), Thibaut Courtois (Racing Genk, £7.9m), Lucas Piazon (Sao Paulo*, £6.6m), Ulises Davila (Guadalajara, £1.8m).
*arrives in January.
Out: Yury Zhirkov (Anzhi Makhachkala, £13.2m), Michael Mancienne (Hamburg, £3m), Gokhan Tore (Hamburg, £1m), Jack Cork (Southampton: Hampton, £750,000), Nemanja Magic (Benfica, Undisclosed), Slobodan Rajkovic (Hamburg, Undisclosed), Jacopo Sala (Hamburg, undisclosed), Fabio Borini (Parma), Danny Philliskirk (Sheffield U), Anton Rodgers (Brighton), Jan Sebek (FK Baumit Jablonec), Ben Sampayo (Brighton).
Loans: Yossi Benayoun (Arsenal), Gaël Kakuta (Bolton), Thibaut Courtois (Atlético Madrid), Ulises Davila (Vitesse Arnhem), Sam Walker (Northampton), Jeffrey Bruma (Hamburg), Ben Gordon (Peterborough), Milan Lalkovic (Doncaster), Tomas Kalas (Vitesse).
Released: Michael Woods.
Verdict: A necessary infusion of youth: h – and, in Juan Mata, quality – but failure to land Luka Modric means this has not been a perfect summer.
In: Royston Drenthe (Real Madrid, undisclosed).
Loans: Eric Dier (Sporting Lisbon), Denis Stracqualursi (Tigres).
Out: Mikel Arteta (Arsenal, £10m), Jason Beckford (Leicester, £4m), James Vaughan (Norwich, £2.5m), Tom Donegan (Fulham, Undisclosed), Hope Akpan (Crawley), Kieran Agard (Yeovil), Luke Dobie (Middlesbrough), Mark Hughes (Bury), John Nolan (Stockport), Iain Turner (Preston).
Loan: Shane Duffy (Scunthorpe).
Released: Nathan Craig, Gerard Kinsella, Lee McArdle.
Verdict: A deathly quiet window livened up at the last: a winger and a striker signed, but offset by the loss of Mikel Arteta to Arsenal.
In: Bryan Ruiz (FC Twente, £10m), Pajtim Kasami (Palermo, £3.5m), John Arne Riise (Roma, £2.5m), Marcel Gecov (Slovan Liberec, £700,000), Oralndo Sa (Porto, undisclosed), Dan Burn (Darlington, undisclosed), Tom Donegan (Everton, undisclosed), Csaba Somogyi (Rakospalotai EAC), Zdenek Grygera (Juventus).
Out: Kagisho Dikgacoi (Crystal Palace, £600,000), Jonathan Greening (N Fst, £600,000), Diomansy Kamara (Eskisehirspor), John Pantsil (Leicester), Zoltan Gera (WBA), Eddie Johnson (Portland T), Cheick Toure (Lorient), Keanu Marsh-Brown (Dundee U, L).
Released: Matthew Saunders.
Verdict: A late flurry from Fulham though with the Europa League preoccupying the Cottagers, Martin Jol has been distracted.
In: Stewart Downing (Aston Villa, £20m), Jordan Henderson (Sunderland, £16m), Charlie Adam (Blackpool, £9m), Sebastian Coates (Nacional, £7m), José Enrique (Newcastle, £6m), Lloyd Jones (Plymouth: h, £100,000), Villyan Bijev (California Odyssey), Doni (Roma), Craig Bellamy (Man C).
Out: Raul Meireles (Chelsea, £12m), David N’Gog (Bolton, £4m), Paul Konchesky (Leicester, £1.5m), Daniel Ayala (Norwich, £800,000), Gerardo Bruna (Blackpool, £750,000), Chris Mavinga (Rennes), Nabil El Zhar (Levante), Thomas Ince (Blackpool), Emiliano Insúa (Sporting Lisbon), Milan Jovanovic (Anderlecht), Sotirios Kyrgiakos (Wolfsburg), Christian Poulsen (Evian), Sean Highdale (Vauxhall Motors), Nikola Saric (Hajduk Split).
Loans: Villyan Bijev (F Düsseldorf), Joe Cole (Lille), Stephen Darby (Rochdale), Peter Gulasci (Hull), Martin Hansen (Bradford C).
Released: Jason Banton, Dean Bouzanis, Deale Chamberlain, Karl Clair, Alex Cooper, Steve Irwin.
Verdict: 18 players departed, £30 million saved on wages and plenty of Premier League pedigree in. Kenny Dalglish should be happy.
In: Sergio Agüero (Atlético Madrid, £35m, to £38m), Samir Nasri (Arsenal, £25m), Stefan Savic (Partizan Belgrade, £9m), Gael Clichy (Arsenal, £7m), Denis Suarez (Celta Vigo, £850,000, to £2.75m), Angus Gunn (Norwich), Owen Hargreaves (Manchester United), Karim Rekik (Feyenoord).
Loan: Costel Pantilimon (Poli Timisoara).
Out: Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich, £15m), Shaun Wright-Phillips (QPR,£4m), Shay Given (Aston Villa, £3.5m), Felipe Caicedo (Levante, £750,000), Jo (Internacional) Scott Kay (Macclesfield) Shaleum Logan (Brentford), Donal McDermott (Huddersfield), James Poole (Hartlepool), Kim Skogsrud (Rangers), Tom Skogsrud (Rangers), Andrew Tutte (Rochdale), Javan Vidal (Yeovil), Craig Bellamy (Liverpool)
Loans: David Gonzalez (Aberdeen), Ahmed Benali (Rochdale), John Guidetti (Feyenoord) Ryan McGivern (Bristol C), Roque Santa Cruz (Real Betis), Valdimir Weiss (Espanyol).
Verdict: Signings of Samir Nasri and Sergio Agüero make City title contenders. Failure to offload Carlos Tévez could mean problems.
In: David de Gea (Atlético Madrid, £18.3m), Phil Jones (Blackburn, £16.5m), Ashley Young (Aston Villa, £15m).
Out: John O’Shea (Sunderland, £4m), Gabriel Obertan (Newcastle, £3m), Wes Brown (Sunderland, £1m), Joe Dudgeon (Hull, £300,000), Corry Evans (Hull, £500,000), Nicky Ajose (Peterborough, undisclosed), David Mellor (Oldham).
Loans: Bebe (Besiktas), Robbie Brady (Hull), Reece Brown (Doncaster), Ritchie de Laet (Norwich), Danny Drinkwater (Barnsley), Joshua King (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Oliver Norwood (Scunthorpe), Ryan Tunnicliffe (Peterborough), Scott Wootton (Peterborough)
Released: Conor Devlin, Oliver Gill, Owen Hargreaves.
Retired: Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Edwin van der Sar.
Verdict: More departures than arrivals and while Phil Jones and Ashley Young have settled well, goalkeeper David de Gea will take time.
In: Davide Santon (Inter Milan, £5m), Yohan Cabaye (Lille, £4.8m), Gabriel Obertan (Manchester U, £3m), Rob Elliot (Charlton, £500,000), Medi Abeid (Lens), Demba Ba (West Ham), Sylvain Marveaux (Rennes).
Out: José Enrique (Liverpool, £6m), Kevin Nolan (West Ham, £4m), Wayne Routledge: ledge (Swansea, £2.9m), Joey Barton (QPR), Matthew Grieve (Ashington), Daniel Leadbitter (Torquay), Aaron Spear (IBV), Ben Tozer (Northampton), Pat McLaughlin (York).
Loans: Phil Airey (Hibs), Kazenga LuaLua (Brighton), Michael Richardson (Leyton Orient), James Tavernier (Carlisle), Xisco (Deportivo de La Coruña), Fraser Forster (Celtic).
Released: Sol Campbell, Nathan Evans, Shefki Kuqi, Andy Mogwo, Ryan Page, Ben Robinson, Aaron Spear.
Verdict: With Andy Carroll not replaced and the popular Joey Barton departed, it has not been a good summer for the Geordie Nation.
In: Steve Morison (Millwall, £3m), James Vaughan (Everton, £2.5m), Anthony Pilkington (Huddersfield, £2m), Elliott Bennett (Brighton, £1.5m), Daniel Ayala (Liverpool, £800,000), Bradley Johnson (Leeds). ~
Loans: Ritchie de Laet (Manchester United), Kyle Naughton (Tottenham).
Out: Angus Gunn (Manchester City), Cody McDonald (Colchester), Luke Daley (Plymouth), Matt Gill (Bristol R), Sam Habergham (Tamworth), Steven Smith (Preston), Owain Tudor Jones (Inverness CT).
Loans: Tom Adeyemi (Oldham), Jed Steer (Yeovil).
Released: Jens Berthel Askou.
Verdict: After successive promotions, Paul Lambert knows what he is doing but injuries to new signings have not helped.
In: Anton Ferdinand (Sunderland, £4.5m), Shaun Wright-Phillips (Man City, £4m), Luke Young (Aston Villa, £2.5m), Armand Traoré (Arsenal, £1.2m), DJ Campbell (Blackpool, £1.25m), Joey Barton (Newcastle), Jay Bothroyd (Cardiff), Kieron Dyer (West Ham), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham), Brian Murphy (Ipswich), Bruno Perone (Tombense), Tommasa Trani (AC Milan).
Out: Kaspars Gorkss (Reading, £900,000), Lee Brown (Bristol R), Leon Clarke (Swindon), Bagasan Graham (Cheltenham), Mikele Leigertwood (Reading), Joe Oastler (Torquay United), Josh Parker (Oldham Athletic), Romone Rose (Muangthong United), Georgias Tofas (Anagennisi Dherynia), Angelo Balanta (MK Dons).
Loans: Michael Doughty (Crawley), Max Ehmer (Yeovil), Peter Ramage (Crystal Palace), Elvijs Putnins (Boreham Wood), Rowan Vine (Exeter, L).
Released: Pascal Chimbonda, Elliot Cox, Gavin Mahon.
Verdict: Joey Barton’s arrival will rattle a few cages in West London, while Luke Young and Armand Traoré are astute buys.
In: Peter Crouch (Tottenham, £10m), Jonathan Woodgate (Tottenham, ), Martin Upson (West Ham).
Loans: Nicklas Bendtner (Arsenal).
Out: Carl Dickinson (Watford, undisclosed), Abdoulaye Faye (West Ham), Eidur Gudjohnsen (AEK Athens), Ibrahima Sonko (Ipswich).
Loans: Andrew Davies (Crystal Palace), Matthew Lund (Oldham Athletic), Ben Marshall (Sheffield Wednesday), Louis Moult (Accrington Stanley)
Verdict: Tony Pulis has signed two hugely experienced defenders with points to prove and they have responded well.
In: Connor Wickham (Ipswich, £8.1m rising to £13m), Craig Gardner (Birmingham, £4m), John O’Shea (Manchester U, £4m), Ahmed Elmohamady (ENPPI Club, £2m), Ji Dong-Won (Chunnam Dragons, £2m), Wes Brown (Manchester U, £1m, ), James McClean (Derry C, £350,000), Roarie Deacon (Arsenal), Sebastian Larsson (Birmingham), David Vaughan (Blackpool), Keiren Westwood (Coventry).
Out: Jordan Henderson (Liverpool, £16m), Anton Ferdinand (QPR, £4.5m), Steed Malbranque (St Étienne), David Healy (Rangers), Michael Kay (Tranmere), Nathan Luscombe (Hartlepool), Robbie Weir (Tranmere).
Loans: George McCartney (West Ham), Liam Noble (Carlisle), Cristian Riveros (Kayserispor).
Released: Daniel Madden, Nathan Wilson, Jean Yves Mvoto, Boudewijn Zenden.
Verdict: Steve Bruce has been given the go-ahead to spend large amounts on a team of newcomers but the jury is still Out: on his purchases.
In: Danny Graham (Watford, £3.5m, above), Wayne Routledge (Newcastle, £2.9m), Leroy Lita (Reading, £1.75m), Michel Vorm (FC Utrecht, £1.5m), Jose Moreira (Benfica, undisclosed), Gerhard Tremmel (Red Bull Salzburg), Steven Caulker (Tottenham, L).
Out: Shaun McDonald (MK Dons, £80,000), Dorus de Vries (Wolves), Kerry Morgan (Neath), Darren Pratley (Bolton), Albert Serrán (AEK Larnaca), Scott Donnelly (Wycombe, L).
Released: Jamie Grimes, Cedric van der Gun.
Verdict: The Welshmen knew it would be difficult but when you lose a player in a golf buggy accident you know you have a battle on your hands.
In: Scott Parker (West Ham, £5m, above), Souleymane Coulibaly (Siena, £1.3m), Brad Friedel (Aston Villa), Cristian Ceballos (Barcelona).
Loans: Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City), Yago Falqué (Juventus).
Out: Wilson Palacios (Stoke, £8m), Jamie O’Hara (Wolves, £5m), Robbie Keane (LA Galaxy, £3.5m), Paul-Jose M’Poku (Standard Liege, £600,000), Jonathan Woodgate (Stoke), Callum Tapping (Hearts).
Loans: David Bentley (West Ham), David Button (Leyton Orient), Nathan Byrne (BournemOut: h), Steven Caulker (Swansea), Oscar Jansson (Bradford C), Bongani Khumalo (Reading), Ryan Mason (Doncaster), Jonathan Obika (Yeovil), Kudus Oyenuga (Bury), Kyle Naughton (Norwich), Mirko Raniero (Esperia), Adam Smith (MK Dons).
Verdict: Emmanuel Adebayor and Scott Parker aside, Spurs have been far quieter than expected, though retaining Luka Modric is a triumph.
In: Shane Long (Reading, £4.5m, to £6.5m), Jamie Edge (Arsenal), Zoltan Gera (Fulham), Marton Fulop (Ipswich), Billy Jones (Preston), Gareth McAuley (Ipswich), Ben Foster (Birmingham, L).
Out: Scott Carson (Bursaspor, £1.5m), Ryan Allsop (Millwall, Undisclosed), Borja Valero (Villarreal, Undisclosed), Giles Barnes (Doncaster), Marcus Haber (St Johnstone), Abdoulaye Méïté (Dijon), Reuben Reid (Oldham), Gianni Zuiverloon (Real Majorca), Boaz Myhill (Birmingham, L), Chris Wood (Birmingham, L).
Retired: Dean Kiely. Marek Cech (Trabzonspor, undisclosed)
Verdict: Ben Foster, Zoltan Gera and Shane Long have been welcome additions and Peter Odemwingie has signed a contract.
In: Ali Al Habsi (Bolton, £4m), Albert Crusat (Almeria, £2m), Shaun Maloney (Celtic, £1m), Nouha Dicko (Strasbourg), David Jones (Wolves).
Loans: Patrick van Anholt (Chelsea).
Out: Charles N’Zogbia (Aston Villa, £9.5m), Antonio Amaya (Real Betis, Undisclosed), Steven Caldwell (Birmingham), Daniel De Ridder (Grasshopper Zurich).
Loans: Roman Golobart (Inverness Caledonian Thistle).
Released: Joseph Holt, Jason Koumas, Daniel Lambert, Thomas Oakes, Abian Jose Serrano Davila.
Verdict: Roberto Martinez may have lost Charles N’Zogbia, but three signings in 48 hours mean he now has strength in depth.
In: Roger Johnson (Birmingham, £7m), Jamie O’Hara (Tottenham, £5m), Dorus de Vries (Swansea).
Out: Greg Halford (Portsmouth: h, £1m), Stefan Maierhofer (Red Bull Salzburg, £1m), Adriano Basso (Hull), David Jones (Wigan), Danny Batth (Sheffield Wednesday).
Loans: David Davis (Inverness Caledonian Thistle), Leigh Griffiths (Hibernian), Carl Ikeme (Middlesbrough), Andy Keogh (Leeds United), Scott Malone (BournemOut: h), Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (Sheffield United), Steven Mouyokolo (Sochaux), Sam Winnall (Hereford).
Released: John Dunleavy, Marcus Hahnemann, Nathan Rooney.
Verdict: As usual, Mick McCarthy operated quickly and quietly, with Roger Johnson and Jamie O’Hara proving shrewd acquisitions.

Source: The Telegraph

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New Season First Division Signings for 2011/12

Athletic BilbaoTransfers inBielsa - manager (Chile national team), Ander Herrera(Zaragoza), Aurtenetxe, Ekiza, Muniain (junior teams)
Transfers outCaparrós - manager (Neuchatel), Balenziaga (Valladolid), Díaz de Cerio (Numancia - one year loan), Ustaritz (Betis - one year loan),Iñigo Pérez, Koikili, Urko Vera (transferable)
Transfers in and outZubiaurre (Albacete - loan period ended, transferable), Ion Vélez(loan period at Numancia ended, transferred to Girona), Mikel Orbegozo, Unai López (in from Real Sociedad B on to Athletic Bilbao B)
Atlético MadridTransfers inManzano - manager (Sevilla), Sergio Asenjo (Málaga - loan period ended), Tiago (Juventus - loan period ended, transferred),Adrián (Deportivo), Miranda (Sao Paulo), Silvio (Sporting Braga),Gabi (Zaragoza), Courtois (Chelsea - one year loan), Arda Turan(Galatasaray), Falcao (Porto), Koke (junior teams)
Transfers outQuique Sánchez Flores - manager (contract ended), Ujfalusi(Galatasaray), De Gea (Manchester United), Alberto Perea (Rayo Vallecano), Kun Agüero (Manchester City), Raúl García (Osasuna - one year loan), Valera (Getafe)
Transfers in and outRubén Pérez (Deportivo - second year of two year loan), Cabrera(Recreativo - loan period ended, transferable), Salvio (Benfica - loan period ended, transferable), Ibrahima (loan period at Numancia ended, transferred to Osasuna), Pacheco (loan period at Independiente ended, transferred to Karpaty Lvov), Keko (loan period at Girona ended, transferred to Catania), Micael (in from Porto, loaned out to Zaragoza), Rubén Pérez (two year loan at Deportivo ended early, on to Getafe)
BarcelonaTransfers inAlexis Sánchez (Udinese), Cesc Fàbregas (Arsenal), Fontàs, Thiago (junior teams)
Transfers outBojan (Roma), Jeffren (Sporting Lisbon), Milito (Independiente Avellaneda)
Transfers in and outIbrahimovic (AC Milan - loan period ended, transferred), Martín Cáceres (Sevilla - loan period ended, transferred), Henrique(loan period at Racing Santander ended, on to Palmeiras),Keirrison (Santos - loan period ended, transferable), Hleb(Birmingham - loan period ended, transferable), Víctor Sánchez(loan period at Getafe ended, transferred to Neuchatel), Kiko Femenía (in from Hércules, on to Barcelona B)
BetisTransfers inNelson (Osasuna - loan period ended), Chica (Espanyol), Mario(Getafe), Fabricio (Valladolid), Matilla (Villarreal), Jefferson Montero (Villarreal - one year loan), Amaya (Wigan), Ustaritz(Betis - one year loan), Beñat (junior teams)
Transfers outRoversio (Osasuna - loan period ended), Miguel Lopes (Porto - loan period ended), Fran No (Valladolid - one year loan), Israel(Xerez), Razak (Tenerife), Emaná (Al-Hilal), Belenguer, Odonkor(contracts ended), Arzu, Fernando Vega (left out of squad), Miki Roqué (retiring due to illness)
Transfers in and outToni (loan period at Albacete ended, transferred to Huesca),Rodri (Cartagena - loan period ended, transferable), Juande(loan period at Granada ended, transferred to Westerlo)
EspanyolTransfers inCasilla (Cartagena - loan period ended), Didac (AC Milan - one year loan), Albín (Getafe), Héctor Moreno (AZ Alkmaar), Rui FonteSporting Lisbon - loan period to Espanyol B ended, transferred),Raúl Rodríguez (junior teams)
Transfers outCallejón (Real Madrid), Chica (Betis), Iván Alonso (Toluca),Molina (Huesca - one year loan), Dani Nieto (Girona - one year loan), Duscher (Barcelona de Guayaquil), David García (Girona),David López (Leganés - one year loan), De la Peña (retiring)
Transfers in and outCorominas (Osasuna - loan period ended, transferable), Ben Sahar (loan period at Hapoel Tel Aviv ended, on to Auxerre),Angel Martínez (Jaén - loan period ended, transferable), Román(Tigre - loan period ended, transferred), Lola (Partizan Belgrade - loan period ended, transferred), Angel (loan period at Girona ended, transferred to Blackpool), Zeegelaar (in from Ajax, on to Espanyol B), Ciércoles (loan period at Sabadell ended, transferred), Adrián Luna (in from Defensor Montevideo, on to Nàstic)
GetafeTransfers inLuis García - manager (Levante), Juan Rodríguez, Lopo(Deportivo), Lacen (Racing Santander), Diego Castro (Sporting Gijón), Moyà (Valencia - one year loan), Albertazzi (AC Milan - one year loan), Sarabia (Real Madrid Castilla), Michel(Birmingham City), Valera (Atlético Madrid), Masilela (Maccabi Haifa - one year loan), Rubén Pérez (Atlético Madrid - one year loan), Escassi (junior teams)
Transfers outMichel - manager (contract ended), Marcano (Villarreal - loan period ended), Víctor Sánchez (Barcelona - loan period ended),Albín (Espanyol), Manu del Moral (Sevilla), Mario (Betis),Boateng (Dnipro), Dani Parejo (Valencia), Ibrahim Kas(Bursaspor), Arizmendi (Neuchatel - one year loan), Adrián Sardinero (Hércules - one year loan), Borja (Deportivo - one year loan)
Transfers in and outPallardó (Levante - loan period ended, transferred), Tomeu Nadal(in from Mallorca B, on to Getafe B), Ortuño (in from Albacete, on to Getafe B)
GranadaTransfers inSiqueira (Udinese - loan period ended, transferred), Dani Benítez, Geijo, Ighalo, Nyom (Udinese - loan periods renewed),Jaime Romero (Udinese - one year loan), David Cortés, Pamarot(Hércules), Ikechi Anya (Celta B), Mollo (Mónaco), Fran Rico(Real Madrid Castilla), Julio César, Martins (Benfica - one year loan), Jorge Ribeiro (Benfica)
Transfers outCarlos Calvo, Muniel, Orellana (Udinese - loan period ended),Juande (Betis - loan period ended), Collantes (Cartagena),Akinsola, Goikoetxea, Héctor Yuste, Oscar Pérez, Pedro Barrancos, Toti (Cádiz - one year loan), Mensah (Evian), Rubén(Murcia), Alex Cruz (Sabadell - one year loan), Granada (contract ended)
Transfers in and outKitoko (loan period at Tenerife ended, returns to Udinese), Tariq(Huesca - loan period ended, transferred), Felipe Sanchón (loan period at Nàstic ended, on to Hércules), Corrales (in from Mallorca, but left again to join Las Palmas)
LevanteTransfers inJuan Ignacio Martínez - manager (Cartagena), Xavi Torres(Málaga - loan period renewed), Pallardó (Getafe - loan period ended, transferred), Wellington Silva (Arsenal - loan period renewed), Del Horno (Valencia - loan period ended, transferred),Keylor Navas (Albacete - one year loan), Barkero (Numancia),Farinós (Hércules), Aranda (Osasuna), Pedro López (Valladolid),Cabral (Arsenal de Sarandí - one year loan), Nabil El Zhar(Liverpool)
Transfers outLuis García - manager (Getafe), Stuani (loan period from Reginna ended, on to Racing Santander), Jefferson Montero(Villarreal - loan period ended), Reina (Cartagena), Xisco Muñoz(Dinamo Tbilisi), Caicedo (Lokomotiv Moscow), Larrea(Numancia), Cerra (Córdoba), Robusté (Xerez), Miguel Pérez, Xisco Nadal (contracts ended)
Transfers in and outMarc Mateu (loan period at Real Unión ended, on to Badajoz)
MálagaTransfers inDemichelis (Bayern Munich - loan period ended, transferred),Buonanotte (River Plate), Mathijsen, Van Nistelrooy (Hamburg),Monreal (Osasuna), Toulalan (Olympique Lyon), Sergio Sánchez(Sevilla), Joaquín (Valencia), Isco (Valencia B)
Transfers outSergio Asenjo (Atlético Madrid - loan period ended), Sandro Silva(Internacional Porto Alegre - one year loan), Manolo Gaspar, Manu Torres (Cartagena), Sergio Díaz (Hércules - one year loan), Quincy (Panathinaikos), Galatto (Neuchatel), Mtiliga(Nordsjælland), Albert Luque (contract ended), Fernando, Helder Rosario (contracts rescinded), Arnau (retiring), Edinho, Malagueño (transferable)
Transfers in and outXavi Torres (Levante - loan period renewed), Javi López (loan period at PonferradinaPonferradina ended, on to Jaén), Toribio(loan period at Ponferradina ended, transferred to Villarreal B),Edu Ramos (loan period at Leganés ended, transferred to Villarreal B), Jordi Pablo (loan period at Cartagena ended, transferred to Villarreal B)
MallorcaTransfers inHemed (Maccabi Haifa), Calatayud (Hércules), Pablo Cáceres(Atlético Tigre), Zuiverloon (West Bromwich Albion), Chico(Genoa), Alfaro (Sevilla)
Transfers outRatinho (Sao Paulo - one year loan), Rubén (Osasuna), Ayoze(Deportivo), Tomeu Nadal (Getafe B), Sergi Enrich (Recreativo - one year loan), Dani Castellano (Las Palmas), Lux (Deportivo),Webó (Eskisehirspol), Corrales (Las Palmas)
Transfers in and outTrejo (loan period at Rayo Vallecano ended, transferred to Sporting Gijón), Javi Castellano (loan period at Real Unión ended, transferred to Las Palmas), Tuni (Nàstic - loan period renewed)
OsasunaTransfers inAndrés, Echaide (Huesca - loan period ended), Roversio (Betis - loan period ended), Rubén (Mallorca), Ibrahima (Atlético Madrid),Marc Bertrán, Nino (Tenerife), Raitala (Hoffenheim - one year loan), Raúl García (Atlético Madrid - one year loan)
Transfers outNelson (Betis - loan period ended), Corominas (Espanyol - loan period ended), Nico Medina (Akademik Sofia), Monreal (Málaga),Astrain (Córdoba - one year loan), Ekhi (Huesca - one year loan),Nacho Zabal (Numancia - one year loan), Josetxo (Huesca), Oier(Celta - one year loan), Camuñas (Villarreal), Aranda (Levante),Soriano (Almería), Pandiani (contract ended)
Transfers in and outOscar Vega (Huesca - loan period renewed), Jorge Galán (loan period at Huesca ended, on to Kilmarnock), Jokin Esparza(Huesca - loan period ended, transferred)
Racing SantanderTransfers inHéctor Cúper - manager (Aris Salonica), Edu Bedía (Salamanca - loan period ended), Picón (Pontevedra - loan period ended),Acosta (Sevilla - one year loan), Stuani (Reggina - one year loan)
Transfers outMarcelino - manager (Sevilla), Henrique (Barcelona - loan period ended), Tziolis (Siena - loan period ended), Rosenberg (Werder Bremen - loan period ended), Giovani Dos Santos (Tottenham - loan period ended), Lacen (Getafe), Coltorti (Lausanne), Miguel Angel (Barcelona B), Iván Bolado (Cartagena), Pinillos (contract ended)
Transfers in and outSarmiento (Salamanca - loan period ended, contract rescinded)
Rayo VallecanoTransfers inSueliton (Sao José), Alberto Perea (Atlético Madrid B), Botelho(Arsenal - one year loan), Jordi Figueras (Rubin Kazan - one year loan), Michu, Trashorras (Celta), Labaka (Real Sociedad), Dani Pacheco (Liverpool - one year loan),
Transfers outArmenteros (Sevilla - loan period ended), Amaya (Wigan - loan period ended), Angulo (Leixoes - loan period ended), Trejo(Mallorca - loan period ended), Coke (Sevilla), Juan Carlos(Hércules), Borja (Córdoba), De Lucas, Yuma (Salamanca), De la Vega, Piti, Rafa García, Salva (contracts ended)
Transfers in and outQuero (loan period at Las Palmas ended, on to Córdoba)
Real MadridTransfers inCallejón (Espanyol), Sahin (Borussia Dortmund), Altintop (Bayern Munich), Varane (Lens), Coentrão (Benfica)
Transfers outAdebayor (Manchester City - loan period ended), Sarabia(Getafe), Garay (Benfica), Juan Carlos (Zaragoza), Canales(Valencia - two year loan), Fran Rico (Granada), Dudek (contract ended), Gago, Lass, Pedro León (transferable)
Transfers in and outDrenthe (Hércules - loan period ended, transferable), Acuña(loan period at Recreativo ended, on to Girona), Mateos (loan period at AEK Athens ended, on to Zaragoza)
Real SociedadTransfers inMontanier - manager (Valenciennes), Viguera (Nàstic - loan period ended), Carlos Vela (Arsenal - one year loan), Mariga(Inter Milan - one year loan), Cadamuro, Illarramendi, Iñigo Martínez (junior teams)
Transfers outLasarte - manager (contract ended), Diego Rivas (Hércules),Mikel Orbegozo, Unai López (Athletic Bilbao B), Sutil (Murcia),Albistegi (Logroñés), Jules Pardo (Alavés), Labaka (Rayo Vallecano), Tamudo (contract ended)
Transfers in and outNone.
SevillaTransfers inMarcelino - manager (Racing Santander), Guarente (rejoins squad), Armenteros (Rayo Vallecano - loan period ended), Luna(Almería - loan period ended), Martín Cáceres (Barcelona - loan period ended, transferred), Manu del Moral (Getafe), Trochowski(Hamburg), Coke (Rayo Vallecano), Spahic (Montpellier),Bernardo, Campaña (junior teams)
Transfers outManzano - manager (Atlético Madrid), Cigarini (Napoli - loan period ended), Renato (Botafogo), Zokora (Trabzonspor), Sergio Sánchez (Málaga), Diego Capel (Sporting Lisbon), Acosta(Racing Santander - one year loan), Romaric (Bursaspor - pending), Alfaro (Mallorca), Rodri (Barcelona B), Dragutinovic(contract ended)
Transfers in and outRedondo (loan period at Ponferradina ended, on to Sabadell),Tom De Mul (Standard Liège - loan period ended, transferable),Cala, José Carlos (loan period at Cartagena ended, on to AEK Athens), David Prieto (loan period at Tenerife ended, transferred to Córdoba), Hiroshi (in from Girona, on to Sevilla B)
Sportiing GijonTransfers inAndré Castro (Porto - loan period renewed), Damián Suárez(Defensor), Ricardo (Tenerife), Trejo (Mallorca), Nacho Cases, Sergio Alvarez (junior teams)
Transfers outDiego Castro (Getafe), Sastre (Huesca), José Angel (Roma),Javi Poves (abandoned club)
Transfers in and outLandeira (loan period at Real Unión ended, on to Sporting B)
ValenciaTransfers inAdil Rami (Lille - loan period ended), Feghouli (Almería - loan period ended), Dani Parejo (Getafe), Diego Alves, Piatti (Almería),Canales (Real Madrid - two year loan), Cristiano Pereira(Sporting Braga), Bernat, Jordi Alba (junior teams)
Transfers outStankevicius (Sampdoria - loan period ended), César (Villarreal),Moyà (Getafe - one year loan), Isco, Joaquín (Málaga), Chori Domínguez (River Plate - one year loan), David Navarro(Neuchatel), Nacho González (Standard Liège), Mata (Chelsea),Vicente (contract ended)
Transfers in and outMichel (loan period at Deportivo ended, on to Hércules), Renan(loan period at Internacional Porto Alegre ended, contract rescinded), Del Horno (Levante - loan period ended, transferred),Sunny (Numancia - loan period ended, transferred), Aarón Ñiguez (loan period at Recreativo ended, transferred to Almería),Manuel Fernandes (Besiktas - loan period ended, transferred),
VillarrealTransfers inCésar (Valencia), Zapata (Udinese), Camuñas (Osasuna),Gerard Bordas, Hernan Pérez, Mario Gaspar, Wakaso (Villarreal B)
Transfers outCicinho (Roma - loan period ended), Juan Carlos (Elche - one year loan), Matilla (Betis), Capdevila (Benfica), Oliva (contract ended)
Transfers in and outMarcano (loan period at Getafe ended, on to Olympiacos),Jefferson Montero (loan period at Levante ended, on to Betis),Altidore (loan period at Bursaspor ended, transferred to AZ Alkmaar), Cristóbal (loan period at Elche ended, transferred to Karpaty Lvov)
ZaragozaTransfers inAbraham, Edu Oriol (Barcelona B), Mateos (Real Madrid - one year loan), Juan Carlos (Real Madrid B), Juárez (Glasgow Celtic - one year loan), Roberto (Benfica), Zuculini (Hoffenheim - one year loan), Fernando Meira (Zenit), Micael (Atlético Madrid - one year loan), Kevin, Laguardia (junior teams)
Transfers outBertolo (Palermo - loan period ended), Sinama-Pongolle(Sporting Lisbon - loan period ended), N'Daw (Saint Etienne - loan period ended), Marco Pérez (Gimnasia y Esgrima - loan period ended), Ander Herrera (Athletic Bilbao), Gabi (Atlético Madrid), Edmilson (Ceará), Contini (Siena - one year loan),Boutahar (Al-Wakrah), Jarosik (Sparta Prague), Diogo, Jorge López (contracts ended)
Transfers in and outGoni (loan period at Real Madrd Castilla ended, on to Cartagena),De Barros (loan period at Cruzeiro ended, on to Figueirense)