I demand that Tottenham Hotspur sign Fraizer Campbell after the proposed loaning period of one measly season.
Here's the story on him so far:
Fraizer Lee Campbell was a complete unknown when he went to play at one of the most well known clubs in the world. No, it was not the Mickey Mouse Club! It was Manchester United.
While at their academy from 2004-2006, he made two appearances for the senior team.
He went on loan for the first time to Belgian club Royal Antwerp (2006-2007)
where he had approximately a 63 percent goal:game ratio, or 21 goals in 33 appearances if you don't have a calculator handy.
Then for the following season, he made an impact on Hull City (2007-2008). He was the catalyst for Dean Windass' winning goal at the Championship Playoff to help the Tigers gain promotion to the EPL.
Then, just before this season started, he became a "freebie" which was thrown in with £32.5million as part of a spiky transfer bid for Ex-Spurs iceman Dimitar Berbatov.
But again, it was a loan for one season.
Considering the fact that he has now been loaned to three clubs in three years, it looks more like Alex Ferguson is using Campbell as a "carrot" to dangle in front of other teams to clinch a deal for other players.
I think this "dangling" should stop right here at Spurs, especially considering that various boardroom members have been acting like donkeys over the summer.
With a bit of proverbial chutzpah from the person now handling Spurs' transfers, Frazier Campbell might be able to keep his Spurs shirt on.
I adore this player. He runs all over the pitch, and causes a disturbance for defenders because he's quick off the mark.
He can assist Pavlyuchenko upfront as well as scoring a few for himself.
He gave Spurs a glimmer of hope straight after he came on as a substitute last week against eventual victors Fulham.
He coolly slid the ball into the side of the net. Schwarzer could do nothing as the ball hit his glove but carried on going using the momentum, which is a metaphor of what Fraizer has at Spurs right now. He's a live-wire, and will continue to impress the fans as long as he's at the Lane.
If he remains at Manchester United, I think he will be very much overlooked by Ferguson and overshadowed by the likes of Berbatov and midfielder-who-should-be-playing-upfront-because-he-usually-scores-all-the-goals-anyway, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Alex Ferguson once said that "Fraizer's future is here (at Man.U)!"
Yeah, and I'd like mine to be Orange (I'm actually with O2), but we can't always have everything, even if you go as red as the Man.U strip when you don't get your own way.