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Mido Deal Collapses!

It`s being reported in the Evening Standard tonight that Fulham`s attempt to sign the Spurs forward Mido has collapsed.

After it looked as if a deal was on the cards a hitch over his wage demands appears to have scuppered any chance of a deal being struck.

The paper is reporting that Fulham had agreed to pay in the region of 3.7 million for Mido but were unwilling to offer the Egyptian the 25,000 a week he was after.

The collapse of the deal will see Fulham switch to another target and Mido will return to Spurs` showroom!

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 25 2007

Time: 5:12PM

Your Comments

Good to see you guys at VF are right on top of the breaking news!
are they! Bit slack on here at times I reckon :-)
Can't you boys do anything right! just give him the money he wants and we'll have done with him.
Dimitar Edertov
He only asked for high wage demands to save face - otherwise he would have needed to do a medical :-)
Not crossing London then high wages reason then maybe he'll go to Manchester City in the summer if there takeover is successful.
25 thousand is nothing these days i would have thought. Putney barra says we have enquired about Didier Digard.
Mike Forest.
Since you got shot of sidyid as your editor this place actually looks like a fan's site. Well done. I don't think Mido is worth 25 pwk either. He needs to get into a Prem club for very little and prove his worth, then renegotiate.... like Berbatov did.
25,000 would never be enough for him. His pie and kebab bill is much more than that per week. Fat useless idiot!
ye used to love him at the start............
Mike Forest.
He's rubbish...we'll never get rid of him.Other clubs have got wise...we might have to give him away.
hmm, i would be interested to find out how much he thinks he is worth per week???
We ought to be looking at possible part exchange deals involving him, that might be the only way we can get rid. The trouble is that a succession of big clubs have had a go with him and made him believe he is a top player. Of course he is not worth 25K/week and credit to Fulham in avoiding getting ripped off.
mido is amazing! get him in ! 30 goals a season!! but they would all be own goals hahaha COYS !!
30 goals a season? I like your optimism.
Mike Forest.
He needs 25 grand a week for all the pies and curries, DUH!

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