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West Ham Table Upson Bid

West Ham Table Upson Bid

According to some reports this morning, West Ham have tabled a £4 million bid for wantaway Matthew Upson.

Various online outlets are claiming that West Ham think they will be able to get Upson for only £4 million after the lack of interest in him so far.

If true it's more likely that it will spur other clubs into action, which as long as it benefits us and allows us to get top price for the man with no loyalty then I couldn't care less.


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Date:Wednesday January 17 2007
Time: 12:15PM

Comments

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Mattymupson returning to London? If you come up you will need players like Upson.
col8
17/01/2007 20:59:00
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Has it looks like you will go up, why would you want to sell one of your best players when you will probably do better than WHU next season anyway(thats if they stay up)
miked_joker
18/01/2007 13:14:00
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they have brought in two defenders so will probably be unlikely.
dazza71
18/01/2007 14:50:00
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If the player want to leave will you be able to keep him? A half hearted player doe's no one any good.
col8
19/01/2007 22:49:00
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Upson won't sign an extension now he's fit and we've payed his wages whilst he was crocked - great loyalty eh! He, his agent and the club have tried to offload him by talking constantly about him being available but West Ham have put in the only interest so far and we wouldn't accept £4 million when he's got 18 months left to run. I'd rather he went now after how he's behaved to be honest.
Blackeye
22/01/2007 13:32:00
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6 mill is a lot of money I am surprised the chairman has not yet put pressure on Bruce to sell for the 6 mill windfall.
col8
24/01/2007 18:08:00
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