Lucas Neill

Lucas Neill

Lucas Neill

  • Date of Birth: 9 March 1978
  • Birthplace: Sydney, Sydney, Australia

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Lucas Neill joins Galatasaray

Lucas Neill has completed his £1.5 million move from Everton to Galatasaray last night. The Australian will join up with his international team mate Harry Kewell in Turkey.

Galatasaray eye Lucas Neill

Galatasaray have made an enquiry for out of favour Australian defender Lucas Neill. The Everton defender will be allowed to leave the club for £1 million, according to reports in the press in Turkey.

01 Nov: Premiership Lineups

Today's Premiership Line-ups for the following games: Chelsea vs Sunderland Stoke City vs Arsenal Man Utd vs Hull City Middlesbrough vs West Ham Portsmouth vs Wigan

Aston Villa for Lucas Neill

Aston Villa are now ready to make an official offer for West Ham's want away defender Lucas Neill. It is understood that Martin O'Neill is desperate to bring in proven Premiership quality defenders after the loss of Olof Mellberg to Juventus.

Neill won't join Galatasaray

Lucas Neill will not be leaving West Ham to join Turkish champions Galatasaray. There were reports that Neill was considering linking up with Australian international team mate Harry Kewell, who joined Gala from Liverpool last week.

West Ham chase Shorey

Reading defender Nicky Shorey has been linked with a move to West Ham. The player is reportedly looking to leave the club after the club were relegated, and Shorey is their club's prized asset.

Nani fined 60k by Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson has hit out at Man Utd midfielder Nani after his headbutt on West Ham defender Lucas Neill marred the match between the two clubs at the weekend, and fined the Portuguese wizard 60k GBP.

Lucas Neill to stay at West Ham

West Ham defender Lucas Neill will not be leaving the club - despite rumours suggesting a move elsewhere for the Australian. Neill is happy with his current contract and situation at the Hammers.

Preview: West Ham vs Derby

It would be hard to argue that this is probably the weekend's most pointless game; West Ham are 7 points off their nearest rival Blackburn in 9th whilst Spurs are three points behind. Derby have been relegated already and eyes are already on Championship preparation.

West Ham 1-1 Birmingham

James McFadden bagged a goal from the penalty spot to deny West Ham a fourth consecutive home victory. It looked all rosey for the Hammers as West Ham took the lead from Freddie Ljungberg, scoring his first goal for the club.