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United - Chamberlain Interest

Yesterday we commented on United`s reported interest in the Southampton youngster, Mark Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Today, despite figures of something in the region of £10 million being banded about by the press, Southampton, through their chairman, Nicola Cotese, have issued a hands-off warning to all those clubs watching the lad, explaining

"Alex isn`t going anywhere. He`s a great prospect for the future but not the transfer market. I don`t think he would want to be anywhere else."

Money talks -we`ll see!


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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday January 14 2011
Time: 4:58PM

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Would that be the very same Mark Oxlade-Chamberlain who has already stated that he would much rather sign for Chelsea? Anyone with potential in this country knows not to join manure while the debts mount up, the green and gold campaing distracts the players, and your ageing team and manager's futures grow shorter and less certain. You continue to delude yourselves into thinking you are somehow god's gift and that players are queueing to join you when everyone can see that you are a complete mess.
fifthcolumnblue
14/01/2011 17:28:00
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No Alex (not Mark) Oxlade-Chamberlain has not said he would much rather sign for Chelsea...that was you and the lazy "cut and paste" journalist who copied it from some other lazy journalist's online blog after they found Alex was at one time as an eight year old a Chelsea fan. Today he's a Saints player and the only thing you can be sure of he still be a Saints player at the end of the season...he's not for sale. If you have any doubts check the only place you get accurate reporting on the subject...The Official Saints website.
mox888
14/01/2011 18:06:00
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Since when is top of the league "in a mess"? Since when was the Glazers paying off the PIK loans estimated at £220 mil of the debt disastrous? Last time I checked paying off debt was a good thing! mox you have just proven fcb needs to start taking advice from his own book, so many times has he said don't take info from unreliable sources and yet continues to do so himself.
TheFamousNo7
14/01/2011 21:09:00
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All of us down here on the South Coast are really looking forward to The Reds paying us a visit again. I think we'll give your second team a good game and you can have a close look at our latest "boy wonder" ;+)
mox888
14/01/2011 21:41:00
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OK Famous, I'll stop taking info from Vital Manure, it's clearly not very reliable. And whilst your ground is a sea of green and gold, players will avoid you like the plague.
fifthcolumnblue
14/01/2011 22:18:00
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"100% unoffical. For the fans, by the fans" - never take anything from this site as fact, I personally tend to believe things when I see them.
TheFamousNo7
15/01/2011 00:53:00
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another deluded ranting from filthcrapblue, so much bitterness in your comments, just cant handle the fact, that United again are top of the league, undefeated, and is regarded as the biggest club in the world. At the same time your pathetic club are throwing money away on players that wouldnt even make the bench in united.. Filth you are hillarious.
nordkap
15/01/2011 07:39:00
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Keep wearing the green and gold nerdkrap, and hope that players like little Mikey Owen still want to oin the sinking ship - remember the titanic? The unsinkable ship...
fifthcolumnblue
15/01/2011 10:15:00
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Nice, one repeated example fcb, he sunk your ship pretty well old micky last season ;)
TheFamousNo7
15/01/2011 20:57:00
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As the story keeps unfolding it will continually change. Down on the South Coast we have learned to treat all tales with contempt until we hear it from the club's own OS. Till then Oxo is one of ours and will still be so on February 1st.
SFC Forever
17/01/2011 19:57:00
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