Almost 250 posts yesterday. And still stuck at the top. Good work people.
As the entire world already know, Ronaldo's mooted transfer to Real Madrid took a massive step forward yesterday. He's said to be confident of completing the deal by the end of the month despite a minor hernia. Ramon Calderon claims that he did the deal last summer and Real can only afford it because of the stunning job he did in managing their finances. He's due to claim he's got a plan for world peace next week.
Fabregas pledges that his future remains with Arsenal despite rumours of a return to Barcelona, saying that he expects to stay till the end of his contract (2014).
Martinez's move to Wigan has been put on hold thanks to demands for compensation over two of his backroom staff. Wigan were planning to unveil him yesterday, but Swansea are demanding that Graeme Jones and Kevin Reeves' future is sorted out before they allow him to leave, saying that this has already dragged on too long.
Gareth Barry says his move to Manchester City was prompted by Villa's late slump in form while Deco says he's unhappy at Chelsea and wants to move to Inter to reunite with The Special One.
Hopefully with a heavy dose of irony, The Profitable Group are launching a bid for Newcastle. Notably, Kenny Dalglish is in charge of their UK operations, maintaining some kind of link.
After Stephen Vaughan put Chester City into administration last month, his family have bought the club from the administrators. They've in no way managed to stage this to clear the reported £7m debts they've stupidly run up while maintaining control.
Today is do or die day for Merthyr Tydfil - either their Supporters Trust succeed in pushing the club into administration, or they're likely to go bust in a couple of weeks time.
And headline of the day goes to this story about Morecambe after their £42k bid for a Websfleet player is rejected by the MyFC members. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/g/gravesend_and_northfleet/8080230.stm