Transfer Gosips of the Week

Obafemi Martins: Lavente Holds on Martins. The Granotes look set to book their place in the Europe League group phase and are hoping to add some more firepower to their front-line, and have targeted Rubin Kazan’s Nigerian international as their first choice.

Brazilian international Maicon will be reunited with his former Inter coach Roberto Mancini after agreeing a move to the Premier League champions.

Theo WalcottWalcott subject of £12m Man City bid

Manchester City will test the resolve of Arsenal to hold on to contract rebel Theo Walcott by offering the Gunners £12m for the 23-year-old



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We know Most of you Guys really Surf the Internet during the time of Freegate, Tor, Ultrasoft etc using your Blackberry BIS Subscription, Now its here again but this time no Software or Application is needed before you can Rock the Internet on your PC. Let’s get Started.

Materials Needed
1. Your Blackberry Phone
2. Blackberry Desktop Manager Software
3. Tether Application
4. A USB Cable.

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1. Install your Blackberry Desktop Manager software to your computer as you have been installing all other software, Skip this Step if you already have it Installed.

2. Install the Tether Application to your Blackberry phone (What the App does is to powers your Blackberry for a stable connection with your Desktop Manager).

3. Connect your Blackberry Phone to your PC via the USB Cable, Now Open your Blackberry Desktop Manager, Click on “Internet Mobile” located at the bottom left. Now provide your normal service provider’s information i.e like your APN and the rest, Then Save it.

4. Set your Browser e.g Mozilla, Chrome and Other Software to No Proxy, that’s all.

Note:- Make Sure you Configure the Tether App you Installed on your Phone with the Normal MTN Settings.

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ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that he would have rather seen Robin van Persie join big-spending Paris Saint-Germain than Premier League ‘enemies’ Manchester United.

A £24million deal was agreed on Wednesday that saw Arsenal break with precedent to sell one of its prized assets to bitter rival, United for the first time in Wenger’s 16-year reign.

Arsenal’s hand was forced last month when the 29-year-old revealed that he would not sign a new deal at the club, meaning that they had to offload their captain or lose him for free next summer.

But despite sanctioning the sale, Wenger has admitted that he is disappointed that the Dutchman will be wearing the shirt of the club that he has battled against for so many years.

”To strengthen an enemy is the other negative point of this loss,” Wenger told Eurosport’s parent station TF1. ”We wanted to avoid it but we couldn’t. Honestly, I’d rather sell him abroad, to Paris Saint-Germain for example. Manchester United know him and know his qualities. He’s really an exceptional player, believe me.”

Wenger, however, is optimistic that Arsenal can cope with the departure of Van Persie as they prepare for the new Premier League season. ”Van Persie is a great player so it’s always sad to lose such a player. But we must consider the economic reality and the will of the player,” he added.

”When you can’t succeed in extending the contract of a player that is in its last year, there is no other way but to let him go. It’s sad because he played for us for eight years. He’s 29 now. He was 21 when he came and it’s another bitter pill to swallow.

”A lot has happened before and we survived it all, but this is a real challenge because Van Persie scored 30 (Premier League) goals in a year, almost one per game. It’s a tough challenge for our new forwards to replace him.’