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  1. Saddam Hussein executed in Iraq State TV has been showing footage of Saddam Hussein's atrocities Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has been executed by hanging at an unspecified location in Baghdad, for crimes against humanity. Iraqi TV said the execution took place just before 0600 local time (0300GMT). The news was confirmed to the BBC by the Iraqi Deputy Foreign Minister, Labeed Abawi. Two co-defendants, Saddam Hussein's half-brother Barzan al-Tikriti and former Iraqi chief judge Awad Hamed al-Bandar, were also executed. All three were sentenced to death by an I
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    Marius Alexi

    Spurs in transfer race with Liverpool, Arsenal and Rangers 16:41 December, 27, 2006 Tottenham are battling with the Reds, the Gunners and the Glasgow giants for the services of a young Romanian striker. According to reports, Marius Alexi is causing quite a stir. The 17-year-old Dinamo Bucharest striker has already played first-team football but could be up for grabs. The youngster has had a trial with Rangers, along with another teenage sensation: Lucian Filip. Barcelona are also thought to be interested.
  3. RANGERS chairman David Murray has ruled out a January transfer window swoop for Wigan defender Andy Webster. The former Hearts stopper has again been mentioned as a possible solution to the centre-back problems at Ibrox. He was the target of a �£1m bid by Alex McLeish 18 months ago, but Murray says he is not on Paul Le Guen's target list - for the moment. It is also believed Fifa red tape would prevent Webster moving back to Scotland just months after he became the first player to invoke their new employment rule. Webster served notice on Hearts he would be leaving after completing three
  4. Talk about someone who's career has fairly fallen. From Everton and on the verge of England team to Grays Ath!!
  5. Got a feeling that he could do well for them
  6. I know most of you probably won't remeber this guy, but he plays for Livvy, think he scored both goals in 2-2 draw last season. Anyway, he played well for Scotland u-19's and a few clubs noticed him. One club offers him a trial...fucking BARCELONA!!! and what does our Robert do... knocks them back!!!! fud You've got to seriously question the guys attitude and ambition,you don't say no to Barcelona
  7. I make no apoligies for requoting this great post from the Gub on FF. There may be many detractors of the way demonstrations are handled etc, and there is a fairly wide held belief that dismisses any kind of protest as the work of cranks, FF radicals etc etc. The fact is, it isnt. The following gives, for me, a perfectly correct valid and true summation of the last few weeks of the way the club has handled some affairs. It doesnt include the lack of defence of the support or the club from paper attacks (like the Papish Nazi park invader etc) but gives a flavour. It is based on facts and fact
  8. Hi, my football system which was hugely profitable last year has now come back into effect (needs around 10 games before it gets going, a bit like PLG lol!) and this year I'm going to be using it for premium subscribers on my website http://www.butlersbetting.co.uk Just as a goodwill gesture, and to see how it goes, I'm going to post up a free trial for a few weeks, just to see if I can help you guys win some money! Each advised point should represent the same unit, ie £1 per point, £10 per point, £100 per point, or whatever you are comfortbale with. Remember the golden rule ONLY BET WHAT YOU
  9. This system works with each way doubles, so every day (if I fancy anything) I'll post up an each way double for you all, with an advised stake (points) The notion is, if we have an unlucky second, we still make a profit. 2 winners = massive profits 2 places = small profits one unplaced or falls = lose your dough Today's bet: 2pt e/w double Plumpton 3.40 - SPURADICH Warwick 3.50 - MIDNIGHT GUNNER Good luck
  10. Sheffield United He played in their 3-1 win over Morton at Cappielow last night. He did well apparentley and impressed Neil Warnock. Hopefully he'll be away soon and free up some wages.
  11. Couple of newsbits I took from the official site, thought they were interesting. SENEGALESE midfielder Makhtar N'Diaye could be on the way to clinching a contract with Rangers while manager Paul Le Guen continues to search for a striker. Mahktar N'Diaye in action against HamiltonN'Diaye seemed to impress manager Paul Le Guen with his performance in tonight's 4-0 win over Jomo Select, playing most of the match in a central midfield position. Le Guen knows him from old having worked with him at Rennes four years ago and he wants to make sure he is up to the job. The manager said:
  12. Ole Budtz\ Cercle Brugge on a weeks trial. Marco di Vaio\ Valencia for 4 mill. Not too happy with these ones. Too many clubs with little success. Sorry i can't copy and paste for some reason, see the Herald.
  13. Thought a verdict was meant to be reached by today but this is the latest i have found - It was the turn of Lazio president Claudio Lotito to plead his innocence in the Italian match-fixing trial on Thursday. Former Juventus chief executive Antonio Giraudo and Fiorentina owner Diego della Valle argued their case yesterday, but Lotito's representatives went for a different tack. On Wednesday, Juventus appealed for a reduction to their punishment - an enforced relegation to at least the third division and a points deduction next season. Juve's defence lawyer Cesare Zaccone said "an accep
  14. PAUL LE GUEN will invite three players to Ibrox on trial this week as he continues his Rangers revolution. Record Sport understands former Marseille striker Cyril Chapuis, Senegal's World Cup 2002 midfield player Makhtar N'Diaye, right, and Juventus youngster Davide Tesotti are expected to check in at Murray Park over the next 24 hours. All three will be given the chance to win a place in the Frenchman's rebuilding programme. The offer will come as a lifeline to both Chapuis and N'Diaye who were key men in Le Guen's Rennes team but whose careers have been in decline almost ever sin
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