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Not all contributions can be used. Messages will be charged at your standard operator rate. The clock has struck one, which means it is two hours since the transfer window shut, and it seems a good time to wrap our deadline coverage up.
Thanks for keeping me company during an exciting day that might have lacked truly mind-blowing deals but had enough twists and turns to keep us going into the early hours.
I've been Chris Bevan and you lot have been magnificent. Thanks too to Sam Lyon for kicking this whole thing off about 17 hours ago.
Medals all round as far as I'm concerned, and for the rest of the BBC journalists who contributed to our text commentary too. I'm off to bed, but I'll see you again on Friday for Bulgaria versus England, and more. Ahhhh that explains it, Beattie is Newcastle's dream number nine.
These signings certainly add to that great sense of anticipation. It's the one we were all waiting for. What took them so long? We've already been told it's going to the bank! Here's an interesting one, especially if you are fan of a Premier League club in need of a striker.
James Beattie has been released by Rangers, meaning he is now a free agent who can join anyone regardless of the fact the deadline has passed. Congratulations if you are still awake and are still with me. It is almost two hours since the transfer window shut and still no official confirmation that Peter Crouch has joined Stoke.
Is he hiding somewhere at the Britannia Stadium? I'm tempted to go there and try and find him myself Striker Denis Stracqualursi see below23, has joined Everton on a season-long loan Argentinian side Tigres. Hmmm, seems some of you Everton fans were happy with deadline day dealings.
Yakubu and Arteta have been trading on past glories since their injuries - our loan signings may be an improvement. Oh that's it - they have people at the top who want success not just a profit! I should add Newcastle to the list of deadline-day losers for their failure to sign a striker, despite having a bid accepted for Bryan Ruiz.
Looks like were going to have a good season. I suspect Jake is being sarcastic here Crouch was at the Britannia a few hours ago so don't think that deal is in danger, unless they couldn't find him a pen. The year-old has penned a two-year deal. So, safe to say Everton have had the worst transfer deadline day out of every top-flight club, and Tottenham also had a surprisingly disappointing time, despite getting Scott Parker of course.
I'll add Fulham to that list after learning about Bryan Ruiz. Liverpool did well to get Craig Bellamy but they will miss Raul Meireles. Chelsea left it very late but emerge with one of the deals of the day there.
We've brought in a fair few players Lets hope our performance improves. I was going to wrap this text commentary up at midnight but we are still waiting on so many deals I am going to keep things going for a little while longer.
Will you keep me company? Thanks, I knew you would Or feel free to text me via UK instead. Swansea have re-signed their former left-back Federico Bessone from Leeds on a two-year deal deal History of the BBC in Birmingham (taken from notes held at the BBC Archives in Caversham) Nov 15 British Broadcasting Company begins transmitting from rooms at the GEC Works at Witton.
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