Chelsea treminate Mutu's contract (1 Viewer)

xziz

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Aug 30, 2004
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#42
First of all the Mother F***ers at Chelsea tried to cheat us with Mutu last summer. First they proposed a loan. Then when the managers where at the table in the UK they swept cards and wanted Juventus to buy him outright for some 10M €.

So I just say that the Mother F***ers at Chelsea deserve to have lost the investment they made in Mutu.

As far as Juventus is concerned, this is a typical bear market situation. Prices at the lowest, mutu's quotation is at the lowest, time to buy.

Juventus should just sign Mutu, without transfer fee, and pay him peanuts (after all he also deserves to be treated like that). Juventus should put him on therapy and bring him back as the champion he once was.

xziz :cool:
 
Oct 1, 2002
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#48
Mutu Set For Eight Month Ban
11/3/2004 7:45:00 PM
Adrian Mutu is expected to receive an eight month ban from the Football Association when he is called before them tomorrow.
The Romanian, who is without a club having been sacked by Chelsea, failed a drugs test last month, with the substance believed to be cocaine.

With Rio Ferdinand having been banned eight months for missing a drugs test it would seem unlikely that the FA would chose to suspend the former Parma striker for longer, while Mark Bosnich previously was banned nine months for failing a test for cocaine, while also at Chelsea.

Fifa regulations force the FA to ban Mutu for at least six month.

"The PFA are against drugs at all times but players do not take recreational drugs to cheat or gain an advantage -in fact they are detrimental to the individual.

"We feel there should be a different approach which does not emphasise the punitive sanction but to look at where they have had successful case histories of rehabilitating players.

"We call ourselves a football family but a family doesn’t throw someone out of the home if that person is in trouble. We get together and try and resolve the problem so it is disappointing Chelsea chose to take the action they did."

source : goal.com
 
Oct 1, 2002
2,088
#51
He has been handed 7 months ban.We could get him real cheap. I wish we could give him trial during his rehabilition period.If he had the sign of going on the right track, let's sign the deal.
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#52
Taken from an article in Channel 4's "anglo angle"

Adrian Mutu will sit out an international ban until May 18 after testing positive for a recreational drug, but the ex-Parma man is not short on options. "Adrian's reaction is very positive,” revealed agent Gica Popescu

:LOL: they could've used a better choice of words given the situation
 

Desmond

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Jul 12, 2002
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#54
we could see him join a club before the end of this season:undecide:

technically he could join and train in a club right now,no?
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#55
++ [ originally posted by Desmond ] ++
technically he could join and train in a club right now,no?
Yep, and from my understanding of contracts it looks like a club could sign him and pay him, which would have to be a very calculated decision on behalf of the men who control the purse strings.
 

Desmond

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Jul 12, 2002
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#56
i'm sure he'd rather join a club right now rather than risk his chances seven months later.all that cocaine's gotta cost a pretty penny;)
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#57
Yes, but the question is whether clubs will be willing to pay him to not play. It's a trade-off between spending money on an idle player, and securing his contract before all the offers come in after 7 months
 

Ramin

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Nov 18, 2003
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#58
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One thing is certain that he wants to go back to Italy, and said on many occasions that he doesnt like it in England.

He might choose Parma or any other small teams to play. If Juve are really interested, then i dont see others having a chance but then again all the juventus members have been kissing ass to Cassano. Thus, it will terminate mutu's chances of joining Juve.
 

Desmond

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Jul 12, 2002
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#59
++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++
Yes, but the question is whether clubs will be willing to pay him to not play. It's a trade-off between spending money on an idle player, and securing his contract before all the offers come in after 7 months
for a player who cost 16 million pounds just a year ago i wouldn't be surprised if a team took him on for a few months even with a ban on his shoulders.

besides,a team with the chops to offer 40k/w Mutu a contract has got to have a pretty big purse:)
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#60
++ [ originally posted by Desmond ] ++
besides,a team with the chops to offer 40k/w Mutu a contract has got to have a pretty big purse:)
The ironic thing being that Chelsea are the only club who look like they're in a position to offer that kind of money for a suspended player :LOL:
 

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