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Boateng: Oops!

Boateng: Oops!

It now appears that Kevin-Prince Boateng is not leaving Spurs for Villa in this transfer window.

Following bemusement from the Spurs press office when quizzed, Sky Sports have now removed the story linking the midfielder to the club.

We should all hang our heads in shame, for expecting O'Neill to have the foresight to make accute signings, and should prepare ourselves for Wayne Routledge!

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Date:Wednesday January 30 2008
Time: 3:09PM

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You're getting to be quite the cynic lately murph. A terrible thing for one so young.
30/01/2008 15:12:00
Thank god for that!
30/01/2008 15:19:00
A shame, because Boateng's rubbish... Speaking of course from the perspective of a spurs fan. What a disappointment KP is. We spent a fair few quid on the boy, but he sems unable to do anything but the hum drum. I read an article by a German journalist who couldn't believe we paid so much for him, and that Hertha Berlin almost bit our arms off when we offered the cash. I had hoped MON would re-coup our fee for the dud...
30/01/2008 15:30:00
Great to see all of the copy cat web sites report the same dud story!!
30/01/2008 15:34:00
lol couldnt care less, u can have them both, no charge! neither player is good enough for spurs or villa so cant see it benefeiting villa at all. routledge is ok but aaron lennon ruined his career at spurs because he is better than him and boateng has had plenty of chances to prove himself in the spurs midfield and has failed at almost every attempt. boateng has looked sharper and more interested in recent weeks tho, so maybe he's changing his outlook on the game, but i doubt it. Great news on Hutton tho. excellent signing along with woodgate, gilberto and gunter, we actually have more than 3 defenders fit! cant believe it!
30/01/2008 15:47:00
Grat news hope it applies to Routledge as well
30/01/2008 15:51:00
Bring in the Clowns. I used to think times under Doug where hilarious, especially around transfer windows. But now, still we are 5th
30/01/2008 16:06:00
Murph, you are really starting to bore me with you sarcasm. It's just not funny.
Villain Of The North
30/01/2008 16:11:00
So this is Villa's fault is it? Not Sky? Let's just tag on world poverty and teenage pregnancy as well shall we.
30/01/2008 16:29:00
Why stop there lets blame them for starting the war in Iraq.
Hoss The Villain
30/01/2008 16:48:00
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