Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Rommedahl: "Come and Get Me"

Danish winger Dennis Rommedahl last night sent out a sensational "Come and Get Me" plea to clubs across Europe.

Rommedahl's confirmation that, "I will be honest, I didn't come to England to play in the second division," has sent phones buzzing to an extent not seen outside of Celebrity Big Brother's anti-racism unit. Rommedahl, fresh from his appearance on Celebrity Come Dancing with Franny Jeffers (above), is said to be attracting particular interest from European giants including NEWI Cefn Druids and Sporting Bengal United.

The flying Dane who has scored an amazing ZERO goals in home matches for his adopted club Charlton Athletic since his £2million arrival in July 2004, was allegedly spotted exerting some rare effort during a recent home game versus Middlesbrough. Speaking anonymously and exclusively to New York Addick, a Charlton fan in the West Stand insisted he had seen a bead of sweat dripping down the winger's forehead. However subsequent TV evidence was inconclusive, suggesting the alleged bead was infact water left over from a late pre-match shower.

Meanwhile in other news, bemused Charlton fans were intrigued to learn that former boss Les Reed insisted the media was still to blame for his dismissal/resignation* (*delete as appropriate). Speaking to reporters and repeating the same nonsense he spouted a couple of weeks ago, Reed continued to imply it was the journalists and TV pundits that were to blame for the defeats versus Reading, Sheffield United, Spurs, Liverpool, Wycombe and Middlesbrough. "If the world's media had been banned as I requested from all the aforementioned matches," Reed might well have said, "...I'd still be in a job today."

***STOP PRESS: Charlton don't sign anyone.


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