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a similar injury after colliding with Stephen Hunt during a Premier League match between Chelsea and Reading in 2006. blog 'narcizaakinnusi
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Former Wolves midfielder Stephen Hunt has failed to agree personal terms with Blackpool and his proposed deal is believed to have fallen through according to Sky Sports.
Andre Villas-Boas knows that today's visit of Wolves to Stamford Bridge is a must win game, as Chelsea have so far endured the worst start to a Premier League campaign since Roman Abramovich took control of the club. Wolves are battling to retain their Premier League status, and the Blues will be hoping for a significant victory to ensure their season gets back on track.
Manchester City kept their five point lead at the top with a 3-1 victory over Wolves today. But they needed to hold out for the last 15 minutes with 10 men, after captain Vincent Kompany was sent off.
Wolves seem to be losing in their chase to land Hull City midfielder Stephen Hunt; as his club look to hold out for more than the 2.5 million GBP fee that Wolves are currently offering.
Birmingham City are ready to offer a huge £6.5 million for Hull City midfielder Stephen Hunt. It is understood that Hull boss Phil Brown is ready to sell the midfielder who has shown great form again this year.
Newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers are apparently set to make an offer for Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt this summer. It is understood that the player is number 1 on Mick McCarthy's shopping list.
Tottenham are reportedly edging ever closer to buying out the minimum fee release clause inserted in Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt's contract. The Irishman is keen to leave for pastures new.
Newcastle United are being linked with a shock move for Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt. Sunderland had been expected to sign the player this January.
Everton are considering a January transfer swoop for wantaway Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt, and are set to go head to head with Sunderland to persuade the Irishman to join them from the Royals.
Sunderland are apparently ready to make January offers for Reading pair Stephen Hunt and Kevin Doyle. However, the Royals are ready to rebuff any approach for the duo.
Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt looks all set to complete a summer move to Premiership side Sunderland this summer.
Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt has insisted that he is hopeful his Royals side will bounce back from the disappointment of relegation from the Premiership, and is sure the club will return back to the top flight immediately.
Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt is unsure of his future at the club despite the reported interest of several Premiership sides. Hunt is believed to however still be willing to stay at the club if he sees the ambition this summer.
Sunderland are preparing to capitalise on the relegation of Reading from the Premiership with a double swoop for two of the Royals' most impressive performers this season; Stephen Hunt and Kevin Doyle.
The Premier League comes to a conclusion on Sunday, and not only is the title race to be decided, but the relegation scrap will also come to a head. The potential losses involved in relegation are the root cause of nightmares for all chairmen at that end of the table.
Reading need to stave off the threat of Premiership relegation while Wigan and Steve Bruce know a victory will guarantee them another year in the top flight. Steve Coppell knows his side must win after their drastic fall from grace in the Premiership this year.
A win is absolutely necessary for Fulham if they are to stand any chance of Premiership survival, and Steve Coppell promised earlier in the week that Reading wil do all they can to pick up a victory,
New Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni has revealed his first preliminary squad for the training camp in Portugal in May.
Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt has warned Liverpool that they will be taking on a recharged side in the Premiership at the weekend. The Royals took a mid-season break to Spain in order to combat fatigue and recharge their batteries.
All of todays live premier league action including: West Ham (Ljungberg 7min 21) 1 - 1 Birmingham (Mcsheffrey 17min 49 pen) (FULL TIME) Boro (Aliadiere 13min 42) 1 - 0 Fulham (FULL TIME) Everton (Phil Jagielka 62min 54) 1 - 0 Reading (FULL TIME) Derby 0 - 3 Tottenham (Keane 72min 21, Keane 86 21, Berbatov 92min 12 pen) (FULL TIME) Bolton 0 - 1 Portsmouth(Diarra 81min 11) (FULL TIME) Sunderland (Etuhu, 43min 47, Murphy 76min 40) 2 - 0 Wigan (FULL TIME) Early kick off Aston Villa (Bouma 47min 28, Carew 50min 01, Carew 71min 25, Carew 90min 52) 4-1 Newcastle (Owen 3min 51) (FULL TIME)