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Arsenal right back Jenkinson signs on season loan
Semi Official West Ham spokesman and Chairman’s son Jack Sullivan confirmed the news around 8.30pm this evening that Carl Jenkisnon has signed with West Ham on a season long loan.
Jenkinson poised to be named a Hammer
Ronaldinho would be big money & big risk
Some media outlets have linked Ronaldinho to the Hammers in recent days following his departure from Brazilian outfit Atletico Mineiro. The 34-year-old free agent looks set to be spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding where he will play his football next season. Both QPR and Boca Juniors have already shown interest for Ronaldinho but other claims suggest Stoke and West Ham are also interested. Jack Sullivan seems to have quashed those rumours after asking his dad. Jack replying to a West Ham supporter on twitter said “I did ask as I promised someone and yeah we think it’s big money and big risk”
Morrison remanded in custody
According to Manchester Evening news reporter John Scheerhout West Ham player Ravel Morrison has been remanded in custody on charges he assaulted his ex girlfriend and her mother. He is alleged to have slapped and punched his former partner before punching her mother. He entered no plea and only spoke to confirm his name during the hearing at Manchester magistrates court this afternoon. Wearing a white t-shirt and white tracksuit bottoms in the dock of court 6, Morrison was told his case would be adjourned for one week so he will be remanded in custody. It sis claimed Morrison closed his eyes and puffed his cheeks out after being refused bail. District Judge James Prowse refused a bail application made by Morrison’s solicitor Ros Emsley-Smith. He was hand cuffed and taken back to his cell to be transferred to a prison. District Judge Prowse told him: “You are remanded in custody to appear back before this court by video-link from prison one week from today on August 7.”
Goalkeeper to be loaned to Canvey Island
Former Hammer is out prove injury is not a problem
Former Hammer Jack Collison appears to be moving closer to a permanent deal with QPR to join Rio Ferninand after he played all 90 minutes of their 0-0 draw at Southend last night. Collison was released by the Hammers over the summer at the end of his contract after being sidelined by a persistent knee injury he picked up in 2009 against Wigan away.