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Liverpool are considering a summer move for Inter Milan striker Victor Obinna, who is currently on loan at West Ham. The defending Italian champions want £8m for the Nigeria international.

 

 

Current club totals

Apps As sub Goals Yellow Red

Total (Club) 21 (3) 3 2 1

 

 

 

Fuck. Right. Off.

 

If he's the lad who's been playing on the left for them he's looked fucking good!

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Most signs points to an international team mate of Dirk and Ryan.

 

Aha! Could he be lining up against Dirk and/or Ryan this weekend perchance?

 

EDIT: Just seen the London club thing so I guess not.

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27 year old north london team mate of Dirk and Ryan?

 

Van Persie and Van Der Vaart both fit the criteria, not that i really give a fuck unless its a scummer, then I'll laugh

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27 year old north london team mate of Dirk and Ryan?

 

Van Persie and Van Der Vaart both fit the criteria, not that i really give a fuck unless its a scummer, then I'll laugh

 

Isn't van Pussy a Muslim convert on account of his Moroccan wife? That'd explain the religious and non-drinking clues.

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I havent the slighest what this is about. Is there any link or can someone enlighten me please.

 

 

Premier League footballer extends gagging order

 

But unnamed star faces unhappy New Year if his appeal is rejected

By Tim Edwards

LAST UPDATED 12:31 PM, NOVEMBER 25, 2010

 

A Premier League footballer yesterday succeeded in extending a 'super Injunction' granting him anonymity in relation to information concerning his private life just two hours before it expired.

 

However, the man, referred to in court papers only as 'JIH', faces an uphill struggle to avoid being named.

 

The judge in the case, Mr Justice Tugendhat, first overturned JIH's anonymity injunction on November 5. But the footballer's identity was protected for another 14 days to give him a chance to lodge an appeal.

 

The nub of JIH's case is the conflict between two articles of the European Convention on Human Rights. JIH is invoking Article 8, claiming that his "right to respect for his private and family life" would be compromised if it became known that he had obtained an injunction.

 

However, Article 10 guarantees individuals - and the press - freedom of expression, and Tugendhat said he was not satisfied that the footballer's right to privacy overrides this. "It is not possible to do perfect justice to all parties and to the public at the same time," he said.

 

On November 19, JIH's lawyers went back to court and argued that media reporting of the case had gone into such detail that if the footballer was named, there was a risk the allegations against him would become apparent.

 

Tugendhat dismissed this objection, describing the nature of the reporting as "lacking all detail".

 

Sticking to his November 5 decision to withdraw anonymity, he said that "the general principle of open justice provides sufficient public interest in publishing a report of proceedings which identifies [JIH] to justify any resulting curtailment of the rights of [JIH] and his family in respect of their private and family life".

 

Tugendhat gave JIH until 4pm yesterday to lodge an appeal: his lawyers filed papers just two hours before the deadline.

 

The tabloid press will now have to wait up to eight weeks before JIH's appeal is heard (*** Which was today at the court of appeal**), which leaves open the possibility of a New Year tabloid feeding frenzy.

 

Should JIH be unmasked by the Court of Appeal in January, his naming will come a year to the month after Mr Justice Tugendhat stripped Chelsea and England captain John Terry of anonymity, leading to revelations that he had an affair with Vanessa Perroncel, the former girlfriend of his team mate Wayne Bridge.

 

Premier League footballer JIH extends gagging order | News & Politics | News & Comment | The First Post

 

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