Monday, 3 January 2011
Will Sheffield United launch new Third Party Claims?
A spokesman close to the club said: "There's not a team in this division that hasn't got one or more players on loan and it seems clear to us, from our results so far this season, that there are Third Party agreements in existence. Given our perilous position in the division, you can expect a legal action or two fairly soon."
He continued: "It is absurd to think that we are struggling because we have a poor team and because we play a crude form of kick and charge football unsuited to the Championship, never mind the Premier League. We have a quality team and the club is led brilliantly by an excellent Board. Our league position is therefore utterly inexplicable - unless teams are cheating!"
He added: "We will be looking very closely at the loan deal that took Sears to Scunthorpe. We know those Cockney bustards cheat so you can bet your life there was something dodgy involved in that deal. But we will sue whoever we think we can sue. The sooner that guy Scott Duxbury gets back into football the better, then we needn't even go to court."
Asked about Nosworthy, the spokesman said: "That is completely different. The guy is hopeless which is why he came to Sheffield United. I mean, it's not as if he is Carlos Tevez is it? What chance is there of anybody like Tevez ever coming to Sheffield United?"
Posted by Hammersfan at 19:17