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 Post subject: Re: Former Arsenal trainees on the move...
PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:23 am 
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Thomas Joins Pompey
15 August 2008, 11:27:56
http://www.portsmouthfc.co.uk/index.php?cms_ref=news

Jerome Thomas has joined Pompey on loan from Charlton until the end of the season. The 25-year-old winger was training with the Blues on Friday ahead of the Premier League clash at Chelsea on Sunday. Blues chief executive Peter Storrie said Thomas offered the width and pace that Harry Redknapp had been looking to add to his squad. Storrie said Thomas had every chance of winning a permanent deal at Fratton Park if he impressed on loan. A former England under-21 international, Thomas is best known as a left winger but can also operate on the right or through the middle. Storrie said: “Jerome’s a young player that Harry has always liked – a quick, wide player who is a good addition to the squad. “The idea is that he comes here and proves himself. If he plays to the ability we all know he has then he has a great chance of staying here longer. So it’s in his hands. “Harry has been looking to add a quick, wide player, something that’s important when you’ve got someone like Crouchy up front." Thomas joined Charlton from Arsenal for £100,000 in 2004 following two loan spells at QPR. He won Charlton’s 2006/7 goal-of-the-season for a stunning solo effort in a 4-0 win over West Ham. But it was not enough to stop Alan Pardew’s side being relegated to the Championship. The Londoner has made 119 appearances for Charlton, scoring seven goals. A succession of niggling groin and hamstring injuries restricted Thomas to just 19 games for the Championship side last season. But he has started both games for Charlton this term.


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Thomas Deal Made Permanent
21 August 2008, 10:53:31
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Jerome Thomas’ loan move to Pompey has been made permanent. The winger has signed a one-year contract with the Blues. Pompey will pay Charlton a small fee if Thomas plays a certain number of games. The deal frees up Pompey to bring in another loan signing before the transfer window if needed. Premier League clubs may have a maximum of two loan signings at a time. With Ben Sahar already on loan from Chelsea, Pompey had filled their quota when Thomas arrived on loan from Charlton last week. Blues chief executive Peter Storrie said: “It’s a simple conversion from a loan deal to a permanent contract for a year. It frees up a loan space for us. “Jerome could have been recalled by Charlton in January under the terms of his loan, but that’s no longer a factor now his deal has been made permanent.” The 25-year-old made his Pompey debut when coming off the bench in the 4-0 opening-day defeat at Chelsea. The former England under-21 international made 119 appearances for Charlton, scoring seven goals, after signing from Arsenal in 2004


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Birmingham make a bid for Fahey
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
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ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIP side Birmingham City are believed to have made the first formal bid for Keith Fahey in a fragmented deal likely to match St Patrick's Athletic's asking price of €500,000 for the midfielder, writes Paul Buttner. Alex McLeish's promotion challengers are thought to have offered St Pat's an initial transfer fee of £250,000 with four additional instalments of £50,000 for each of the next 10 games the 25-year-old Dubliner would play for the club. Premier League sides West Ham United and Sunderland, among others, were are also interested in the former Arsenal trainee who also had a spell with Aston Villa as a teenager. Both wanted Fahey over on trial to assess him before making any possible offer, something St. Patrick's are reluctant to agree to.


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Jerome Thomas is now 25! :yikes:

I still think of him as a youngster! I had high hopes for him once.


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Jerome Thomas is now 25! :yikes:

I still think of him as a youngster! I had high hopes for him once.


....and now he is just a tubby waste of space.


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Fahey Puts Pen To Paper
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Midfielder Keith Fahey has tonight signed a pre-contract agreement and will join Blues from Irish side St. Patrick's Athletic FC on a three-and-a-half year deal on 2 January 2009.
The 25-year-old Dublin-born player began his professional career as a trainee with Arsenal before moving up to the Midlands to join Aston Villa in 1999 for £250,000. During his time in B6 he made just a single appearance for the Villans, which came in the Intertoto Cup against Lille, before moving back to his home country. Back in Ireland he initially linked up with non-league side Bluebell United before swiftly moving to join up with FAI League of Ireland Premier Division side St. Patrick's. He spent two season's with the club before switching to Drogheda United. But after a period of just seven months, the former Ireland youth international returned to St. Patrick's. Fahey is highly regarded for his free-kicks and corners, as well as his creativity in the centre of midfield. In early November of this year he was named as the PFAI Premier Division Player of the Year for 2008 at the Association's annual award ceremony.


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Abu Ogogo scored for Barnet yesterday just to let you know.


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Abu Ogogo scored for Barnet yesterday just to let you know.

He got sent off for a second yellow six minutes later. :headbang:


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Real Madrid have apparently bid for Pennant :rollover2:


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Real Madrid have apparently bid for Pennant :rollover2:



agent ramos working for man utd these days? what a joke.


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Real Madrid have apparently bid for Pennant :rollover2:


Well that worked out well then... greedy little sod eh :puzzled:

Real mess - Greedy Pennant blows dream Madrid move...now he's set for Wigan
By Simon Jones Last updated at 11:42 PM on 23rd December 2008
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footba ... Wigan.html

Jermaine Pennant has priced himself out of an incredible move to Real Madrid as his wage demands forced a £3.5million transfer to collapse last night. Madrid were expecting to announce the unlikely signing today after agreeing a fee with Liverpool for their reserve right winger, who has started only two Barclays Premier League matches this season. Instead Pennant, who asked for £60,000 a week — almost double what was being offered by the Spanish giants — will now have to decide whether to accept a loan offer from Wigan or Stoke. At the JJB Stadium he would be able to play for Steve Bruce again. He will then be a free agent in the summer when he believes he can command a better salary. Although the salary demand is not remarkable in the modern game, Madrid — who have just spent £20million on Lassana Diarra from Portsmouth — set a ceiling on their pay offer. At 6pm last night, Sportsmail believed the deal was close to conclusion, only for it to break down two hours later when Pennant’s demands emerged. Madrid will not negotiate on their basic salary offer of £1.5m-a-year

:yikes: :yikes: :yikes:


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 Post subject: Re: Former Arsenal trainees on the move...
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Only one thing came to mind when I read that:

:rollover2: :rollover:

Following yesterday's depressing news, this has cheered me up. If only by 0.01%


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what a fool, he'll regret the day he turned down the chance to play for real, imagine being able to look back on your career and know that you played a part in the biggest club in the world. hope he enjoys his time at wigan, numbnut.


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Thats all I can say to that, complete idiot


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 Post subject: Re: Former Arsenal trainees on the move...
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I could not believe it when I saw the sky news ticker. What was he on? Or what is he on?


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