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Berbatov Signs, Campbell Loaned Out - Brilliant!

Berbatov Signs, Campbell Loaned Out - Brilliant!

Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that they have reached an agreement with United about the transfer of Dimitar Berbatov.

The Bulgarian completed a move to Old Trafford for a fee of Ł30.75m. As part of the deal Spurs dropped their official complaint made to the Premier League, regarding our pursuit of the player.

I had expressed my concerns over the rumours that Campbell would be part of the deal and would permanently join Spurs - but it looks like Fergie knows what he's doing. The young striker joins Spurs on a season-long loan which will bolster their attacking options which are looking thin despite the signing of Roman Pavlyuchenko.

Hopefully Campbell will seize this opportunity to show his qualities. I'm happy that Berbatov comes - but what I'm really happy about is that it's FINALLY over. This saga was so unbelievebly protracted and boring that words can't really describe it...




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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday September 2 2008
Time: 12:44AM

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0
What do you guys think your first-choice pairing will be then?
ArsenalRob
02/09/2008 00:48:00
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***** YES! So happy it has been done. I was a nervous wreck at about 3 o'clock thsi afternoon when i thought cuty wew going to steal him from under our noses. ArsenalRob, its a tricky question, but I think SAF will rotate the three (along with Manucho) for most games, but for the big games....its anyones guess!
united4life
02/09/2008 00:54:00
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berbatov is SCUM!!
welshyido
02/09/2008 00:54:00
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how do you guys rate Frazier Campbell?
klinsi
02/09/2008 00:54:00
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It is a bit annying to lose Campbell, I was expecting good things frm him. He is redicoulsy fast but his finishign is a bit erratic...but he is young. Also, it is only on a 1 year loan so theres nothign to suggest he cant come back next season and line up ALONGSIDE the great bulgarian.
united4life
02/09/2008 00:56:00
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has to be a clause to say we can buy campbell for 7mil at the end of the season if we want
lillywhites101
02/09/2008 00:58:00
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ur a disgrace u will get whats comming to you, an to every man u fan enjoy hes sulks when he does no t get picked when he dooes not play well when the ball is not played to him etc and not forgettin when he does not chase back wonder how tevez an rooney will feel about that. other then that hes a great player..............what out for hes time of the month..........hes worse then a bloody woman
123spurs
02/09/2008 01:01:00
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wait til dantchev wants to move him to his "dream" club whoever that maybe in a year
robsta
02/09/2008 01:04:00
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berbatovs 'dream' coulda came true before he came to spurs.. why oh why didnt he have the dream then? What a stroppy idiot. Good riddance I say. HE is stroppy, moody and hates not getting his own way. Alex better get the hair dryer ready.........
silent_but_ledley
02/09/2008 01:06:00
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and believe us we are pleased to the back of the 2 faced lazy ****
robsta
02/09/2008 01:06:00
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