Monday, 28 May 2007

It's Good To Talk

A story by John Cross in the Mirror claims Yossi Benayoun thought he was on his way out of the club before signing his fat new five-year contract. In what has been a bad couple of days for Alan Curbishley, Benayoun joined Carlos Tevez in the condemnation of our manager's inter-personal communication skills. "I really wanted to go away from West Ham because I was upset that the manager did not talk to me," said Benayoun, 27. "But that's all finished now. He has told me he wants me to stay in the team and be an important player next season." Even if a massive £50,000 a week contract will go along way to soothing over even the deepest of personal differences, someone really needs to tell Alan that it is good to talk.

Tottenham and Arsenal are ready to renew North London hostilities over the signing of West Ham midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker. A story in the Mail claims there will be a scramble for the England Under-21 international who will be allowed to leave if any club matches the Hammers' £8million valuation on him.

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