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The Worst Transfer Speculation Story - Ever!

The Worst Transfer Speculation Story - Ever!

Those who visit the Tribalfootball website will know that it's not exactly renowned for accuracy. Today's story linking Ricardo Vaz Te with a loan move to Real Sociedad is a splendid example.

'The Spanish Segunda Liga outfit want to take the Portugal U21 international on-loan in January for the second-half of the season,' writes some unnamed muppet.

Making poor old Vaz play for anyone in January would be somewhat cruel. He is currently recovering from knee surgery and won't be fit until next season. Crutches might be useful given his well known problems with remaining upright, but we're sure there's something in the rules about that.





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Writer:Richard McCormick
Date:Thursday November 20 2008
Time: 5:14PM

Comments

0
lovely rumours - shame it's a load of cods :-)
merlin
20/11/2008 17:26:00
0
Well they have to print something.............. just as well be bollox.
tomog
20/11/2008 22:44:00
0
maybe they think he could knock one or two in with his crutches !
lincolnblue
21/11/2008 11:06:00
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hmm i think even for ricardo " it looks like i have ricketts when i run" vaz te it would be a tall order to remain standing on a footy pitch with crutches! i feel for this lad to be honest, he's been mis managed from the start, a lot more loan deals and 1st team footy wouldhave done this lad the world of good, built him up, and built his confidence. theres no doubting he has massive potential but its just never been realised!
badreligion
21/11/2008 13:12:00
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