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    Juan Sebastian Veron has become the first casualty of Jose Mourinho's upheaval at Chelsea, with the Argentine star joining Internazionale on a year-long loan deal.

    Mourinho revealed one of his first jobs at Stamford Bridge will be to trim the squad down and he has allowed Argentine ace Veron to go out on loan for the whole of next season.

    Veron's future at Chelsea has been in doubt for the last few months with the player himself expressing his desire to quit after a nightmare year at Stamford Bridge.

    The former Manchester United midfielder saw last season blighted by a series of injuries and whenever he did play, he was unable to produce his best.

    Inter have been tracking Veron for some time, as they look to improve on a disappointing campaign next season.

    Veron has previously admitted he would be keen on a return to Italy after successful spells with Parma and Lazio before moving to England three years ago and he has got his wish to go back to Serie A. "

    "Chelsea Football Club today announced they had agreed a loan deal with FC Internazionale for midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron," read a club statement.

    "The deal sees Veron joining the Milan club for one year from July 1."

    Should Veron impress at Inter next season, the Italian club are likely to try and make his stay permanent.

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    well he's lazy and clearly not good enough for English football, good riddance
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    Juan Sebastian Veron has become the first casualty of Jose Mourinho's upheaval at Chelsea, with the Argentine star joining Internazionale on a year-long loan deal.

    Mourinho revealed one of his first jobs at Stamford Bridge will be to trim the squad down and he has allowed Argentine ace Veron to go out on loan for the whole of next season.

    Veron's future at Chelsea has been in doubt for the last few months with the player himself expressing his desire to quit after a nightmare year at Stamford Bridge.

    The former Manchester United midfielder saw last season blighted by a series of injuries and whenever he did play, he was unable to produce his best.

    Inter have been tracking Veron for some time, as they look to improve on a disappointing campaign next season.

    Veron has previously admitted he would be keen on a return to Italy after successful spells with Parma and Lazio before moving to England three years ago and he has got his wish to go back to Serie A. "

    "Chelsea Football Club today announced they had agreed a loan deal with FC Internazionale for midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron," read a club statement.

    "The deal sees Veron joining the Milan club for one year from July 1."

    Should Veron impress at Inter next season, the Italian club are likely to try and make his stay permanent.

    ................................ ................................ ................................


    well he's lazy and clearly not good enough for English football, good riddance
    u sound like a knobba m8 e got da skillz and e played for manu + chelsee.
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    (Original post by Essex_Lad)
    u sound like a knobba m8 e got da skillz and e played for manu + chelsee.
    innit man, but he was shite 4 both u ****
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    well he's lazy and clearly not good enough for English football, good riddance
    Ahahahaha - a little tester:

    Why of the people below does not belong in the world class bracket?

    1. Frank Lampard
    2. Sebe Veron

    (neither is not an option - one clearly does, he is bald and Argentine)
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    i never liked him at United
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Ahahahaha - a little tester:

    Why of the people below does not belong in the world class bracket?

    1. Frank Lampard
    2. Sebe Veron

    (neither is not an option - one clearly does, he is bald and Argentine)
    dont fink 1 gud season makes lampturd world class innit
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    (Original post by Essex_Lad)
    dont fink 1 gud season makes lampturd world class innit
    lampard pisses all over Veron

    Veron is **** innit
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    Juan Sebastian Veron has become the first casualty of Jose Mourinho's upheaval at Chelsea, with the Argentine star joining Internazionale on a year-long loan deal.

    Mourinho revealed one of his first jobs at Stamford Bridge will be to trim the squad down and he has allowed Argentine ace Veron to go out on loan for the whole of next season.

    Veron's future at Chelsea has been in doubt for the last few months with the player himself expressing his desire to quit after a nightmare year at Stamford Bridge.

    The former Manchester United midfielder saw last season blighted by a series of injuries and whenever he did play, he was unable to produce his best.

    Inter have been tracking Veron for some time, as they look to improve on a disappointing campaign next season.

    Veron has previously admitted he would be keen on a return to Italy after successful spells with Parma and Lazio before moving to England three years ago and he has got his wish to go back to Serie A. "

    "Chelsea Football Club today announced they had agreed a loan deal with FC Internazionale for midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron," read a club statement.

    "The deal sees Veron joining the Milan club for one year from July 1."

    Should Veron impress at Inter next season, the Italian club are likely to try and make his stay permanent.

    ................................ ................................ ................................


    well he's lazy and clearly not good enough for English football, good riddance
    i love veron bt i have to admmit he was better at lazio than man u
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    (Original post by tammypotato)
    i love veron bt i have to admmit he was better at lazio than man u
    he's more suited to the italian game

    i heard that juve and inter are after Frank lampard for £25m
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    he's more suited to the italian game

    i heard that juve and inter are after Frank lampard for £25m
    i dont think chelsea cares bout the money
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    Another little tester:

    Which of the people below belongs in the 'cretin who should be slapped with a dry stick' category?

    1. Essex Lad
    2. Serious Stuff

    (neither is not an option - one clearly is a fool who has not been watching the Premiership for the last decade)
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Another little tester:

    Which of the people below belongs in the 'cretin who should be slapped with a dry stick' category?

    1. Essex Lad
    2. Serious Stuff

    (neither is not an option - one clearly is a fool who has not been watching the Premiership for the last decade)
    which 1 of these is nobbin ur bird:

    1. exxes lad
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    (Original post by Essex_Lad)
    which 1 of these is nobbin ur bird:

    1. exxes lad
    who can't spell?

    1. Essex ****
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    (Original post by Essex_Lad)
    dont fink 1 gud season makes lampturd world class innit
    It was two exceptional seasons, not one good one.
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    It was two exceptional seasons, not one good one.
    Lampard is a water carrier, a fairly decent one - on current evidence, but he isn't exactly remarkable.
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Lampard is a water carrier, a fairly decent one - on current evidence, but he isn't exactly remarkable.
    The fact that he has been by far one of the best players in the league for the last two seasons suggests otherwise.
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    Juan Sebastian Veron has become the first casualty of Jose Mourinho's upheaval at Chelsea, with the Argentine star joining Internazionale on a year-long loan deal.

    well he's lazy and clearly not good enough for English football, good riddance
    yeah good riddance he was a loser & didn't deserve 2 be in the squad!!
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    (Original post by Sarah-James)
    yeah good riddance he was a loser & didn't deserve 2 be in the squad!!
    Loosers rarely get transfered for £28m and although Veron's work ethic can leave a little to be desired at times, he is an amazing talent and never really did show his form at Chelsea. He was amazing at times for Man Utd though, and I think he will be great at Inter (if they ever pick him that is ). It will be interesting to see where he fits into a midfield which has van der Meyde, Stankovic, Kily Gonzalez, Emre and Zanetti already though.
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    (Original post by Sarah-James)
    yeah good riddance he was a loser & didn't deserve 2 be in the squad!!
    what do hoes no about footbal?
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    Juan Sebastian Veron has become the first casualty of Jose Mourinho's upheaval at Chelsea, with the Argentine star joining Internazionale on a year-long loan deal.

    Mourinho revealed one of his first jobs at Stamford Bridge will be to trim the squad down and he has allowed Argentine ace Veron to go out on loan for the whole of next season.

    Veron's future at Chelsea has been in doubt for the last few months with the player himself expressing his desire to quit after a nightmare year at Stamford Bridge.

    The former Manchester United midfielder saw last season blighted by a series of injuries and whenever he did play, he was unable to produce his best.

    Inter have been tracking Veron for some time, as they look to improve on a disappointing campaign next season.

    Veron has previously admitted he would be keen on a return to Italy after successful spells with Parma and Lazio before moving to England three years ago and he has got his wish to go back to Serie A. "

    "Chelsea Football Club today announced they had agreed a loan deal with FC Internazionale for midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron," read a club statement.

    "The deal sees Veron joining the Milan club for one year from July 1."

    Should Veron impress at Inter next season, the Italian club are likely to try and make his stay permanent.

    ................................ ................................ ................................


    well he's lazy and clearly not good enough for English football, good riddance

    woo hoo hes gone
 
 
 
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