Tag Archive | Transfer Window

It’s curtains until January….

Transfer windows.  They divide the football community.  Some love them, with the drama they bring; others loathe that they carry on until the season has started.  I do prefer them to when transfers could happen all season long, but in recent years Liverpool have done so badly in them that it’s almost like it would […]

Transfer deadline passes without any major news

So it came and pretty much went.  In complete contrast to last year, it seems that there were hardly any notable signings for the top teams in the EPL.  The biggest signings seem to have been Cahill and de Bruyne to Chelsea.  One possible explanation may come from the below article: http://thefcf.co.uk/2012/01/25/transfer-market-aware/10781/

24 hours to transfer deadline

So here it is, the last day of the January transfer window.  The last chance for teams to sign players on permanent deals (as I believe you can still sign loan players after the deadline) from now until the end of the season.  As usual, there have been a number of different rumours from a […]

Transfer Window and Fixtures madness

So the transfer window officially ends tomorrow, and I believe it ends at midnight (although there might be some other earlier time limit).  Now I understand that they have to get in the midweek games to ensure we don’t end up with a fixtures pile up by the end of the season, but surely they […]

Chelsea Get a bargain in Cahill

7 million for a defender of Gary Cahill’s calibre is, in my opinion, an absolute steal.  Here’s a player that was being touted for a big money move in the summer of around 18 million, and yet halfway through the season he’s now going for less than half that.  The fact that he is also […]

Transfer Silly Season Window now open

So it appears to have begun…. that one month halfway through the season where newspapers and sports websites are once again given freedom to print whatever garbage they want to.  Over the coming few weeks you can expect all sorts of unlikely rumours to emerge, and every story should be treated as a work of […]