Date: 4th July 2007 at 1:36pm
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Jeremie Aliadiere says he’s delighted to be at the Riverside Stadium following his £2m move from Arsenal. The 24 year-old added it wasn’t a difficult decision in the slightest though to leave the Emirates Stadium after 7 years with Arsene Wenger, and is most definately looking forward to showing the Boro faithful what he can do. He has also spent time on loan at Celtic, West Ham United and Wolves.

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32 Replies to “Aliadiere on Boro move (AUDIO)”

  • “Thank **** for that. I came to London to learn English and all I did was end up speaking French and Spanish”

  • Don’t forget German and Portugese Kermit, I know, big scary places far away from little Kernow, don’t be frightened sheepboy they won’t steal your pasty!, good luck Jeremie you had the $hitty luck of the Sp*rs in your time with us, if you could remember not to score when we play Boro that would be dandy, thanks.

  • Never really impressed me but I’ll never forget him for sinking the Spuds in the Cup semi-final last year or terrorising Liverpool’s defenders.

  • Indeed, rocky. It’s the most hybrid accent I’ve heard since Peter Schmeichel’s Danish/Mancunian tongue.

  • Dans la poche matey boy me ‘ole china. Jan Molby’s ‘Danouse’ was always my favourite.

  • The Football League Co-efficient for the Croatian League is 14.083. This puts the league behind Israel’s in terms of difficulty. The Premierships rating is 63.486. DaSilva scored 34 goals which divided by 4.5 (the difference in League strength) means this total might have been 7.5goals in the Premiership. Bent scored 14 goals. Assuming that DaSilva’s final fee is half the price, then he is (very) marginally the better player but there is no guarantee he’ll adapt. Bent was however playing for a poor team, DaSilva playing for the completely superior team in his league so you’d assume he’d get the bulk of the chances created. So much for Spurs getting mugged. Just out of interest, Torres would have scored 16 goals based on the co-efficient and as his price could be as much as 50% more than Bent …. well you lot work it out who’s been goosed

  • Difference is kermit, Bent has proven what he is capable of in the PL, Dudu hasn’t had the chance. He scored 34 goals in a mediocre league, but remember he was surrounded by mediocre players, I’m not saying he’ll be a world beater, he may choke, but he’s got more of a chance surrounded by first class players. Write him off at your peril.

  • disappointing yet unsurprising that another lame brain joins the Kermit bandwagon … I have noticed on this purile page that those who cannot come out with a reasoned argument try to invent what they think are funny names so they can nudge and giggle like 11 years old schoolgirls in the back of class

  • Does the rest of my post not count as reasoned argument? And don’t fret about being called Kermit, it’s a term of endearment. And if this page is so “purile”, why keep coming back?

  • kernowboy Da Silva has more Champions League experience than what your club has had for almost five decades, he’s played at a higher level than all your players (except Berbie) so dun compare the two domestic leagues. Even a Champions League qualifier against the 5th ranked European team is of higher level than any Uefa Cup game, so shut the ***** up..

  • Yeah I’m sure the Croat league ain’t all that, remind me where England are in regards to Croatia in the qualifying table lol.
    Ps give my regards to little Robin Kermy, does he still find it tough being green?

  • Niko, which way up should we look at the table? BTW Croatia are ranked 11th in the world, England 8th… but does it matter when we have the co-efficients stacked against us?

  • yeah them co-efficients are killer mate, this twonk actually makes you feel nostalgic for that little plop cumslop.

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