Tuesday, July 22, 2003
Kewell - dropped his wallet on his foot
'Dirty Harry Cruel' has hurt his poor lickle leg.. awwww! Enjoy the
moment with fellow Leeds fans in our forum. The mendacious little pratt got what he deserved.
we hear that Cruel is giving up international football because
of support from Soccer
Australia over his move to "Liespool".
Harry, the Socceroos are too bloody embarrassed by the greed
of you and your agent, sorry your commercial
manager, Bernie "Bad
Hair Day" Mandic, (no one apparently has ever heard of your real agent).
They're trying to find a rock to hide under!
You're the turd in their swimming pool, you idiot! So now you're
gonna take your ball home? You immature baby, you'll be blubbing
in a minute! Give him a little red skirt to play in next season.
Monday, July 21, 2003
Patrick Vier.. oh, sorry, Zoumana Camara. Let's hope he doesn't play like Titi!
Leeds close to Camara loan deal
Peter Reid is about to make his second summer
signing with Lens' French international defender Zoumana Camara set to
seal a one-year loan deal at Leeds. Peter Reid
showed at Sunderland that he can spot a good French player when he signed
David Bellion who, it appears, is one of the few players that actually
wants to go to ManUre this season!
Lens have confirmed that the centre back is set to sign for Leeds on their official website:
'The loan of Camara to Leeds United should, if all parties agree, go ahead today.
After centre backs Rio Ferdinand and
Jonathan Woodgate deserted the faithful last season and Teddy Lucic
(last season's on-loan central defender) joined Bayer Leverkusen
Peter Reid is short of central cover. With both Matteo and Radebe
susceptible to knee problems it is vital to next season that we have
cover for both. Michael Duberry's performance on Saturday at Bristol
will not have filled the manager with confidence and made the search all the more pressing.
Monday, July 21, 2003
Reid on Jody Morris
Peter Reid is confident he can keep a more mature Jody Morris on
the straight and narrow following his arrival at Elland Road.
Morris became Reid's first signing on Friday when he signed a 2 year contract,
joining Leeds on a Bosman after his release from Chelsea. Jody arrives
with a tarnished reputation; he was among a number of Chelsea
players involved in a drinking session at Heathrow
Airport within hours of the September 11 tragedy, angering fellow passengers.
Furthermore, the former England Under-21 international was also cleared last
August on a charge of affray after getting embroiled in an incident with a
bouncer at a
nightclub in Knightsbridge, along with Chelsea team-mate John Terry.
Morris, who scored nine goals in 173 appearances for Chelsea but found himself
surplus to requirements under boss Claudio Ranieri, arrives at Elland Road
with a clean slate as far as Reid is concerned.
"He's had a couple of off-the-field problems, but I'm quite confident
in the boy," asserted Reid.
"He appears to have some maturity about him now and I can guide him down
the right path. He also feels he's got something to prove and I like those
of players. I think he'll do a good job for us."
Reid is confident Morris' feistiness will add steel to a previously
weak central midfield, particularly if he can forge a partnership
returned to the first team for the first time in 15 months on Saturday
in a goalless pre-season friendly draw at Bristol City.
is a good footballer and you can't have enough of them," added Reid on
Morris, who was a regular for the Blues when Gianluca Vialli
"For a little lad in stature, he's very feisty when the ball's around.
I think he can create, handle a ball well and whip things up.
"Away from home we've looked solid and good on the break, but at Elland
Road we've been anxious because the pressure is on you to force the
game, so we
need him to get on the ball and control games for us."
Reid, though, concedes he almost missed out on Morris after reading
about the player's wage demands in the papers, but swooped when
he was affordable,
stealing him from under the nose of Cardiff.
"I was reading all over about the money that was being asked for
by him and it was too much for us,"added Reid.
"But when I found out that I could afford it, it wasn't an impulse
buy, it was a great deal."
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