According to the Russian version of UEFA.com, Russia striker Roman Pavlyuchenko is on his way to help alleviate Tottenham’s striker crisis. Apparently it all happened so quickly that Roman hasn’t even been able to say bye to anyone. It’s even more odd considering that quotes were flying about yesterday from Roman saying he would not be going to England, but that’s actually explained in the article.
We’d quote it for you, but it’s in Russian. Ah what the hell:
“I have already returned to Moscow – said this evening attacker in an interview uefa.com. – So in Kiev did not play. I can confirm: I turn in” Tottenham. “Shall be granted a visa now, and as soon as it is ready, in ulechu England to the signing of the contract. ”
“Everything happened very quickly – explains Pavlyuchenko, forgotten in the Euro-2008 ™ three ball. – Do not even had time to bid farewell to the guys from” Spartacus “. I hope I can do it as soon as they return to Moscow after the match with Kiev Dynamo “.
Thanks to ‘bankrupt’ at the mighty fine Glory-Glory.co.uk for the tip.