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TRANSFER RUMOURS

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez is weighing up a £10m move for Racing Santander
central defender Ezequiel Garay. (The Guardian)

Spurs manager Juande Ramos is preparing a list of players to axe ahead of the
January transfer window. (Daily Express)

Manchester United defender Wes Brown is set to sign a deal to keep him at Old
Trafford for another four years. (The Sun)

Man United team-mate Patrice Evra is also set to agree a five-year contract worth
£15m. (Daily Star)

Celtic are planning a January bid for Everton forward James McFadden. (Daily Mail)

Hibernian are considering a move to sign Kilmarnock striker Colin Nish on a pre
-contract agreement. (various)

Joe Royle is poised for talks with Wigan chairman about the vacant manager's
job. (Daily Telegraph)

Meanwhile, MK Dons manager Paul Ince and Real Sociedad's Chris Coleman have
also been linked with the role at the JJB Stadium. (Daily Mirror, Daily Express)

Chelsea manager Avram Grant says two players have confronted him to say they
are unhappy at Stamford Bridge. (The Sun)

Reading have extended Turkey youth international Jem Karacan's loan deal by
another month. (Daily Star)

Portsmouth face a Carlos Tevez-style wrangle over Tiago Gomes, whose club,
Estrela da Amadora, own only half of his contract. (Daily Mirror)

Fulham midfielder Danny Murphy is hoping to sign a new contract at Craven
Cottage. (The Sun)

OTHER GOSSIP

David Beckham will train with Arsenal's stars over the winter to maintain his
fitness during the MLS close season, which lasts until February. (The Times)

John Terry is stepping up his recovery from injury in a race to be fit for England's
Euro 2008 crunch match against Croatia next Wednesday. (The Sun)

Israel goalkeeping coach and former Soviet Union international Alexander Ubarov
says he wants Russia to qualify for Euro 2008. (The Independent)

Wembley officials will review security arrangements ahead of England's match
against Croatia for potential fans protests should Russia beat Israel on Saturday.
(Daily Telegraph)

England's FA is keen to resurrect a fixture with Scotland should Steve McClaren's
side they fail to qualify for Euro 2008. (Daily Mail)

Scotland could be among the top seeds for the 2010 World Cup draw if they beat
Italy and England lose to Croatia. (Daily Mirror)

Italy's Fabio Cannavaro admitted he did not expect Scotland to be in the running
for a Euro 2008 slot. (Daily Record)

France coach Raymond Domenech will ban his players from watching Scotland's
Euro 2008 qualifier against Italy. (various)

Scotland's Under-21 side will rush over the border to Italy after their game
against Slovenia on Saturday to watch the senior side on television. (The Sun)

The Scottish FA has completed a deal to begin work on a £17m training complex in
Bothwell. (Daily Mail)

Hibernian manager John Collins has criticised Morocco for calling up Abdessalam
Benjelloun despite the striker not being fully fit. (Daily Express)

Reading striker Dave Kitson hails Arsenal as "the best team on the planet" after
their 3-1 victory at the Madejski Stadium. (Daily Telegraph)

Midfielder Stephen Hunt wants the Republic of Ireland to spend big to lure Terry
Venables as the country's new manager. (The Guardian)

Tottenham have been given the green light for a new £30m training complex in
north London. (The Independent)

Manchester City boss Sven-Goran Eriksson believes Elano is the Premier League's
version of Ronaldinho. (Daily Mirror)

Everton striker Victor Anichebe has opted to play for Nigeria ahead of England.
(The Sun)

Bury's hat-trick hero Andy Bishop has put the match ball from their FA Cup 4-1 win
over Workington on eBay to raise funds for the club. (The Sun)

AND FINALLY

David Beckham has signed a new three-year lucrative deal - to promote Giorgio
Armani's latest underwear campaign. (Daily Telegraph)

Scotland fan Steve Burns has decorated an aquarium in his barber's shop with a
picture of James McFadden's wonder-strike against France in honour of the
Everton forward's comments about Glasgow being a goldfish bowl for Scottish
footballers. (Daily Record)
 

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carlyluvsunited said:
Scotland fan Steve Burns has decorated an aquarium in his barber's shop with a
picture of James McFadden's wonder-strike against France in honour of the
Everton forward's comments about Glasgow being a goldfish bowl for Scottish
footballers. (Daily Record)
Class....country is getting behind the team...C'mon Scotland..
 
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