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Discussion in 'Youth & HS Soccer' started by Sonicspride, Sep 13, 2003.
Chelsea just made a deal with Freddy Adu for 3 million pound.
You better have a Goddamn link or some proof.
I just heard the Breaking News from Big Soccer Radio
And where does the 3M go? Freddy? He doesn't have a club so there would be no transfer fee.
Look, Sonic, if you're just fucking around, tell us. It ain't funny and you're just wasting everyone'e time who isn't listening to BSR.
"Just Listen to BigSoccer Radio weekend ladies and gentlemen!"
You'll get the news.
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Yes, I heard them say it too. But that don't make it true. Do you know how many things they say every show that are totally false? Alot.
That's why i don't wanna talk about it, yet
I just heard its a breaking news about Chelsea signing him for 3 million pound.
Maybe it's just rumor. Who knows.
Yep, the same false rumor back in May that Manchester United is pursuing Tim Howard really hard.
Yes, that was a good scoop
It's a headline in one of tomorrow's papers in London, just on Sky Sports News on FSW. I didn't catch the whole story...something about Chelski taking Adu from Man Utd for 3 million pounds. Will believe it when I see more of a story.
Close but misleading.
The actual story is that Chelsea is in the lead in bidding for Freddy but he has not been signed.
Google found this......
looks like a less than trustworthy site to me, but that's just me.
Denise' lover Richard Traviss cheats with stripper?
anyway that was good and helpful link though.
It better be true.
It's a bidding war and nothing is a done deal yet as far as Sky Sports knows.
This was in yesterday's Washington Post..
"Adu news — The People newspaper of Britain reports that Newcastle United is at the front of a "12-team queue" to sign 14-year-old hotshot Freddy Adu of Potomac. "
what do you think Jeff?
If they are talking about youngest Premier League starts then I guess they are throwing out the FIFA rule book in this case.
I was under the impression that there was no way he could start in England next year.
We'll just have to wait to see what's really up.
And if there is a loan deal to MLS in the mix somehow though a loan to Locomotive Moscow may be more likely.
I dont think it's a good idea for Adu to start his pro career in Europe. At 14 he should atleast start his career with MLS. Then move to play anywhere in Europe when hes old enough or legally old enough to work, or when he's a regular player for the US nats.
If this happens, I'll never forgive MLS.