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It is a self-destructive wish fulfilment: they are desperate for these rumours to be true – George to Palace, Albert to Palace (or QPR because he once wore a short you know…
no smoke without fire), Tomlin to West Brom, we’re in for Dorrans/Morrison/Downing/another former player (because most of these cyber-stirrers have a limited imagination), Grant to Forest (despite their embargo), Karanka to [troubled lower Premier League club] – because it would suit their own emotional wiring. One that worships an Easter Island statue of Jim White.
Derby are after Tom Ince who seems to have had about eight clubs already.
Bolton are “after Sporting Lisbon’s young Bulgarian midfielder Simeon Slavchiv on loan” …
You can see them sat by the dock waiting for the steamer coming to take their heroes away. Praise Lord Jim Big Fella.” I also like the internal contradictions on deadline day: if Boro bring in someone today it would immediately be dubbed a “panic buy”… Dorrans to Burnley, probably on loan although Norwich and Leicester also keen.
“like Ricketts” irrespective of the player’s CV – but if Derby or Ipswich or Bournemouth sign a player it will be all panic and squealing that “our rivals are strengthening and we’re sat with our thumbs up our arse.” Oh no. Blackburn are trying to flog Rudy Gestede to various Prem clubs to throw cash into one of their four thousand holes of debt.
Then very early in January he renewed Bamford’s loan and brought in Kalas to cover for injuries then when the Great Wigan Half Price Fire Sale Catalgue arrived he bought Forshaw in a role he had initially intended to cover via a loan.
Aitor Karanka got in almost exactly the players he wanted then as the August deadline loomed he nailed down Patrick Bamford and Jelle Vossen plus Ryan Fredericks.There is a strict ceiling and clubs who may have been tempted to be cavalier and take their chances will have had their minds sharpened by the transfer embargoes slapped on Leeds, Forest and Blackburn.Most clubs spent right up to the limit in August and unless they are confident of going up then they will be wary of rash spending.There was a ripple in cyberspace last night as [club name here] were said to be after Lee Tomlin.That is entirely down to the ITK rumour merchants on other club message boards reacting to last week’s Match of the Day coverage of the “Tomlinho Turn” by starting nose-tapping whispers … Tomlin ‘favourited’ one of the claims on twitter – probably because he thought it was ludicrous but we all keep our cuttings – sparking a brief twitter panic before he answered fans and told them not to worry, he wasn’t going anywhere , he was happy and he was already “at a big club.” Fans wanting to believe the tittle tattle is partly a lack of faith in the club buried deep in their DNA, an instinct to accept the truth of any old tosh no matter how flimsy the evidence while rejecting quotes from the boss as ‘just spin’.