Paul Stalteri

Tottenham Hotspur

2010 January Transfer Roundup

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Ah, the obligatory transfer roundup post. Before we begin the beguine though, let's look back five years and put this window into a bit of perspective.

2006 January Transfer Window IN
GK Tony Warner Cardiff City Undisclosed
MF Simon Elliott Columbus Crew Free
GK Antti Niemi Southampton Undisclosed
MF Michael Brown Sheffield United Undisclosed
DF Wayne Bridge Chelsea Loan 2007 January Transfer Window IN
FW Vincenzo Montella A.

INCOMING: Paul Stalteri to MLS? Toronto FC?

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Though he has said he's staying in Europe, Goal.com is reporting that Canadian international Paul Stalteri may be coming back to this side of the waters. According to this excerpt:


The captain of the Canada national team has fallen out of favour at White Hart Lane since his return from a loan spell at fellow London Premier League side Fulham, and now looks set to leave the club.

Stalteri to Fulham

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According to breaking transfer news on the BBC website, Paul Stalteri will leaving Spurs for Fulham. More details as the become finalized.

Stalteri to Pompey?

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A report in the Daily Mail has linked Canadian defender Paul Stalteri (currently out of favour at Spurs with new boss Juande Ramos) to Portsmouth. The deal would see Stalteri go to Pompey on loan from Tottenham. Whatever happens, two things seem clear to me. One is that Stalteri is on the move. There has [.

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The future’s orange

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I was digging around the internet looking for Martin Jol's transfer dealings when Ken V on TIFF posted the following, which lists them all.

Some of the dealings, then:

2004/05 in: Paul Stalteri (free), Andy Reid (£4m), Michael Dawson (£4m), Michael Carrick (£2.75m), Pedro Mendes (£2m)
2004/05 out: Simon Davies (£3m), Kasey Keller (£.

Arsenal - Spurs Preview: Good News and The Usual Grumble

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Normally the points in this fixture are rather an irrelevance, but this time there is more at stake than just bragging rights. The sides go into the game separated only by goal difference, and the three points up for grabs could prove crucial come May. Ultimately, league position is the gauge, and this season for a change we have a realistic chance of finishing above l'Arse.

CONCACAF

Canadian Corner: Friendlies announced, Nutrilite Update and More

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By KURTIS W. LARSON

Last month the CSA released a list of friendly dates in preparation for the 2014 round of qualification. Head coach Stephen Hart stated his goal to field a competitive side in 2012 to improve on Canada's shocking performance in the 2008 semifinal qualification round as Canada finished with two points behind Mexico, Honduras and Jamaica, including a -7 GD.

All we are saying is give Hart the job

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Last night, Canada wrapped up its group stage matches at the Gold Cup in Miami, Florida. A 2-2 draw against Costa Rica gave the Canucks top spot in Group A, after two previous victories over Jamaica and El Salvador.

Stephen Hart rested a number of our key players last night, including Julian De Guzman, Ali Gerba, Dejan Jakovic, Paul Stalteri, and Atiba Hutchinson.

USMNT and CONCACAF: Strong USL Ties

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Luis Robles, a strong candidate to make the US World Cup Team in 2010 played two seasons in the PDL

Last week we discussed on this site that two of the key players in the (arguably) USMNT's most remarkable run Jay DeMerit and Charlie Davies had played in USL as well as College Soccer but had not played in MLS.

CONCACAF Abroad: Weekend Rewind

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It was a good week for CONCACAF players in European competitions in mid-week, with Mexican captain Rafael Marquez scoring for Barcelona and Honduran star David Suazo scoring his first goal for Benfica.

Unfortunately, the goal-scoring touch didn't carry over to the weekend.

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Canadian Players Update (tweeted by the Footie Fool the week of 2009-11-23)

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  • RT @jamessharman: Cruel yet hilarious... Palm it like Henry
    http://www.jeu-de-main.com/ #
  • RT @WhitecapsFC: Tampa, Baltimore to join new pro league. http://bit.ly/8bbgMg #
  • No love-in for Rob Friend from @Lord_Bob (and perhaps the funniest descriptions of Ali Gerba I have heard) http://tinyurl.

Canadian Players Update (tweeted by the Footie Fool the week of 2009-11-09)

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  • New blog post To all who stayed, we salute you! http://bit.ly/2MRKUJ #
  • Canada announce roster for upcoming Friendlies vs Macedonia & Poland http://tinyurl.com/yj9bwdv #
  • Add Rob Friend & Paul Stalteri to Canada callups http://tinyurl.com/yjzhu3s #
  • .@JohnMolinaro Nice work on the Lensky story btw.

Canadian Players Update (tweeted by the Footie Fool the week of 2009-10-26)

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  • I you are going to go out, might as well do it in style. TFC crash out of MLS playoffs with a 5-0 defeat http://tinyurl.com/ylq8k66 #
  • Atiba Hutchinson & FC Copenhagen drop Europa League game to PSV 1-0 http://tinyurl.com/yksp923 #
  • DC United Dejan Jackovic talking about this weekends crucial KC Wizards MLS match http://tinyurl.

Video: Honduras 1 – Canada 0 (CONCACAF Gold Cup Highlights)

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Canada's men's national soccer team was eliminated from the CONCACAF Gold Cup last night in a 0-1 defeat to Honduras in the quarter-final stage of the tournament. Honduras' lone goal came from a Walter Martinez penalty in the 36th minute following what referee Joel Aguilar had deemed a Paul Stalteri foul on the player.

Maybe they were sitting out for something other than Yellow cards?

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A Sportnset story today about the injury situation among MNT players ahead of Saturday's quarter-final Gold Cup draw against Honduras has me feeling a bit on edge.

"Yes we do (have a lot of injuries)," (Stephen) Hart told Sportsnet.ca on Tuesday. "I am going to have to wait on the medical staff.

Canada has quarterfinal date with the US or Hondouras

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The last time Canada went undefeated in Gold Cup group play was 2000. Just saying.

What a strange feeling going into a game knowing you have already secured a spot in the knockout. It's not something I am used to and I have to say it actually took a bit of an edge off watching it. Still, any time we get a result against Costa Rica it is good.

CONCACAF Gold Cup 2009 Group A: Canada 1-0 El Salvador

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Yahoo Sports reports,
Canada edges El Salvador 1-0

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Ali Gerba scored for the second straight game and Canada strengthened its hold on Group A of the CONCACAF Gold Cup with a 1-0 win over El Salvador on Tuesday.

Defender Manuel Salazar headed the ball out of the penalty area, but it fell to the feet of Canada's Patrice Bernier, who fired toward goal, leaving Gerba to deflect the ball past goalkeeper Miguel Montes in the 32nd minute.

CONCACAF Gold Cup 2009 Group A: Canada 1-0 El Salvador

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Yahoo Sports reports,
Canada edges El Salvador 1-0

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Ali Gerba scored for the second straight game and Canada strengthened its hold on Group A of the CONCACAF Gold Cup with a 1-0 win over El Salvador on Tuesday.

Defender Manuel Salazar headed the ball out of the penalty area, but it fell to the feet of Canada's Patrice Bernier, who fired toward goal, leaving Gerba to deflect the ball past goalkeeper Miguel Montes in the 32nd minute.

Canada wins

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Nice to emerge from my blogging exile with a headline that hasn't appeared anywhere for pretty well close to a year. Earlier today Canada beat Cyprus 1-0 in an international friendly thanks to a goal by the Simeon Jackson who, along with defender Eddy Sidra and midfielders Tyler Hemming and Dominic Imhof, earned their first caps for Canada today.

Canadian Ace Signs For 'Gladbach

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Michael Bradley's Borussia Moenchengladbach side is making some shrewd deals this winter to keep themselves afloat in the Bundesliga during the second half of the season. Canadian vet Paul Stalteri, who last played in the Bundesliga for Werder Bremen, has been signed from Tottenam Hotspur. The versatile 31 year-old can play in defense or midfield and his playing style is uniquely suited to the forceful play of the Bundesliga.

Canada names World Cup Qualifier roster

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Canadian men's soccer coach Dale Mitchell has named the 19-players he will use for their 2010 World Cup qualifying matches against Saint Vincent & the Grenadines. The Canadians are looking to reach the finals for the first time since 1986.

Here is their roster:

GK (2): Greg Sutton (Toronto FC), Pat Onstad (Houston Dynamo)

D (6): Jim Brennan (Toronto FC), Mike Klukowski(Club Brugge KV), André Hainault (Sparta Praha), Ugo Ihemelu (Colorado Rapids), Adrian Cann (Vancouver Whitecaps), Richard Hastings(Inverness CT)

M (7): Adrian Serioux (FC Dallas), Julian de Guzman (Deportivo La Coruna),Paul Stalteri (Fulham FC),Marcel de Jong (Roda JC), Issey Nakajima-Farran (FC Nordsjælland), Atiba Hutchinson (FC København), Patrice Bernier (FC Kaiserslautern)

F (4): Tomasz Radzinski (Skoda Xanthi), Dwayne De Rosario (Houston Dynamo), Ali Gerba (FC Ingolstadt), Rob Friend (Borussia Mönchengladbach)

The Canadians play in Kingston this Sunday and then head home to Montreal for the second leg next Friday (20 June).

Bundesliga

Bundesliga Fanagrams!

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One of the Bundesliga's funner 4-4-2's.

GOALKEEPER
Rene Adler
Near Elder (if word about his back is true)

DEFENDERS
Paul Stalteri
Ultra Pilates (perhaps, but what about Ultra defending?)

Michael Gravgaard
Alarm!

Paul Stalteri Heading Back to Germany

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Canada Team captain Paul Stalteri is heading back to Germany. Stalteri has now left Tottenham of the Premier League for Borussia Monchengladbach of Germany's Bundesliga to begin the season starting January 1, 2009. The fullback was with the Werder Bremen of Germany back in 2005 and now he's back there again.

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Gladbach’s Winter Acquisitions

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Dülp at the German blog Bolzplatz has an interesting post on Gladbach and the club's recent winter acquisitions. He's experiencing a crisis of faith in the club, seeing Meyer's recent moves as "Advocaat Reloaded." In other words, Meyer's calls for a complete rebuilding of the team and given carte blanche to do so [.

Gladbach’s Winter Acquisitions

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Dülp at the German blog Bolzplatz has an interesting post on Gladbach and the club's recent winter acquisitions. He's experiencing a crisis of faith in the club, seeing Meyer's recent moves as "Advocaat Reloaded." In other words, Meyer's calls for a complete rebuilding of the team and given carte blanche to do so [.

Gladbach’s Winter Acquisitions

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Dülp at the German blog Bolzplatz has an interesting post on Gladbach and the club's recent winter acquisitions. He's experiencing a crisis of faith in the club, seeing Meyer's recent moves as "Advocaat Reloaded." In other words, Meyer's calls for a complete rebuilding of the team and given carte blanche to do so [.

Adel Taarabt

Rumour/Speculation: Paul Salteri or Adel Taarabt?

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Transfer Deadline Day Speculation: Spurs Defender Paul Stalteri and Adel Taarabt? -- See any and all English Transfers Being Announced Today

Metro: "...Paul Stalteri will be sent to Crystal Palace or QPR for the rest of the season. Adel Taarabt could be joining him at Loftus Road.

Ramos To Release 16 From The Lane

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The Tottenham revolution under Juande Ramos is well and truly underway, with the Spanish manager reportedly ready to offload no fewer than 16 players during the summer transfer window.




Expected to be shown the White Hart Lane exit door are Paul Robinson, Pascal Chimbonda, Michael Dawson, Anthony Gardner, Young Pyo Lee, Steed Malbranque, Teemu Tainio, Kevin Boateng, Younes Kaboul, Hossam Ghaly, Adel Taarabt, Darren Bent, Paul Stalteri, Ricardo Rocha and Robbie Keane.

The Rest

Canada's Gold Cup preliminary squad released

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According to the CONCACAF website, we could be missing five players during the Gold Cup (assuming Ali Gerba signs). Stephen Hart has named his 30-man preliminary squad ahead of the tournament, and included are Dwayne De Rosario, Adrian Serioux, Nana Attakora, Kevin Harmse, and Ali Gerba. Here is the full 30-man squad.

Round up - DeRo, Stalteri and remembering (forgetting) 2008

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Where is DeRo is the question that Gerry Dobson is posing in his latest blog post. After the initial announcement there has been no major press splash showing off TFC's newest acquisition in full TFC colours and some seem to be getting antsy. Personally, I think this is a bit of a tempest in the teapot.