I have been a little bit over occupied during the last week to the extent I forgot to catch up with the huge transfers of January 2011. Still, I woke up from my overwhelming personal issues to find out that I am still not impressed with the market. There are still four more days where Luis Suarez might bless my eyesight and wear the red jersey, but I am not that optimistic. No Xavi will leave Barcelona and no Cristina will wear but tighty-whiteys.
- Michael Hoyos, anyone shopping for a winger? Not the Quaresma type if you were wondering.
- Mohamed bin Hammam is pulling a Blatter. No wonder he is running for presidency.
- Glen Johnson’s haircut has earned Liverpool two clean sheets. Management will cut off the hair of everyone to eventually cut off any transfer budget.
- Berbatov is scoring regularly. It is the best time for Owen to find a new club.
- Dani Alves is finally discovering his best form: A Brazilian hungry for more money.
- Nigel de Jong “has confessed that he can’t ever see himself leaving Manchester City” or else he will be arrested.
- Is David Luiz the last defender on earth? Is he a Carvalho?
- Patrick van Aanholt to Leicester and Gael Kakuta to Fulham. Ancelotti is heading to the aging Milan era triumph.
- Adebayor believes he will win on a six month loan more than he ever did in England.
- Houssine Kharja to Inter; the latest piece of Moratti’s United Nations.
- Andy Gray has finally discovered that Sky Sports is brainwashing the football industry.
- Urby Emanuelson; where Reiziger and Bogarde really tried hard.
- Yohandry Orozco with a Maradonian spirit; keep an eye on him for this summer.
p.s. I will leave you with this post before the window closes and I will return with the Champions League