Hammerino-Tastico - Zambelli says no to West Ham
By Steve Turner
Monday 14 Jul 2008 17:34:00
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Dear God, we're bored of chatting about Behrami. He's going here, he's going there...blah blah blah.

Who cares? It was interesting when the news first came out West Ham were in for winger, as he could add some much needed width the side.

But then the news emanated from his camp he was only interested in moves elsewhere, as England was just 'too cold'.

OK, so he's not coming. Fair enough, and off he pops to Werder Bremen, where there's fun and sunshine for everyone and all the drinks are free.

But no. Now Viola News in Italy is reporting West Ham are still in the chase, and "has surpassed Werder Bremen for Behrami" according to the dodgy translation.

So he may be coming, he may not. But let's celebrate the Italian press with a story about it!

Zambelli's a no-no

Word from the wise over in Italia as well is Marco Zambelli has said no-no to West Ham, despite a 'princely offer'.

The defender has declined a lot of money to stay at the Serie B side, and has apologised for not letting the club cash in on his fame.

"I am sorry for the coffers of Brescia,” he smiles. “For this we do not talk. For the future, we will see. But my intention is clear. I have always said I want to become the master of Brescia. My desire is winning the league with these colours. I have not changed my mind.”

Let's all rejoice at the marvel of translation software, and all pledge to become 'masters' of something.

There's not been much info about this player, especially in terms of him signing for West Ham. But he's not coming anyway, even though a big bid has gone in for him. Shame.

Guberti - coming to the Hammers?

And another rumour from Italy, this time coming courtesy of Sportal.it, outside offensive player (winger to you and me) Stefano Guberti has been linked with the Hammers.

'One of the hottest names in the market', the Ascoli player looks set to leave the Serie B side in order to get some more money and fame, and where better to go than the Premier League?

He has scored three times from 39 games this season, having joined in 2006. He got relegated with the team, but his loyalty won through and he has now shown off what he is capable of.

Come back tomorrow for the English look at things again tomorrow.

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