August 31, 2006
Deadline Day Recap: England
This item will probably be updated a few more times over the rest of the day so we start in England of course.
Pascal Chimbonda has finally sulked his way over to Spurs.
Despite scoring in Pompey’s last match Svetoslav Todorov has been loaned to Wigan for the rest of the season.
David Cotterill has left the teammate-fighting madness at Bristol City for Wigan.
Underachieving American winger DaMarcus Beasley has replaced Sibierski at Man City on loan from PSV Eindhoven.
Newcastle have surprised nearly everyone by adding former Manchester City midfielder Antoine Sibierski
Rodolph Douala has left Sporting on loan to go to Champions League contenders Portsmouth
Blackburn have signed Shabani Nonda on loan from Roma.
Dwight Yorke has returned from the A-League to join Roy Keane’s Sunderland.
Sheffield United have snatched League One scoring ace Colin Kazim-Richards from Brighton.
Zinedine Kevin Kilbane’s Everton career ironically enough ended in a red card, as he has joined Wigan.
Nico Kranjcar will forget his reputation as one of the best young talents in Europe to join Portsmouth.
Robert Huth has finally moved to Boro.
Ancient striker Andy Cole will be joining equally ancient Kanu at Portsmouth.
Tommy Smith is returning to Watford to try to score some goals for the relegation strugglers.
Jason Euell, who is shockingly still playing football, is also going to Boro.
Steeeeeeeeeeeeeed Malbranque is finally leaving Fulham for Spurs.
West Ham have also signed promising 16-year-old Czech keeper Marek Stech.
Rodrigo Defendi has taken Lee Young-pyo’s place in the Mido transfer.
Giuseppi Rossi is desperate enough for first-team action to join Newcastle on loan.
A similar story for Wayne Routledge who has joined Fulham on loan.
And Uruguay international Omar Pouso has joined Charlton on loan with a view to a permanent move.