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Saido Berahino's negative tweet toward West Brom could affect career

The ESPN FC crew discusses Saido Berahino tweet saying he 'will never play' for Jeremy Peace, chairman of the striker's current club, West Bromwich Albion

For a long while throughout the summer, the transfer speculation surrounding West Brom's Saido Berahino looked like it would remain just that. It was only in the final two weeks of the window that Tottenham made their move for the England Under-21 forward and things have been tumultuous ever since for the Baggies.

Ultimately, a deal couldn't be done and Berahino still remains at the club. But it isn't as cut and dry as that, as shown in his tweet on the final hour of the transfer deadline.

 By Rory Smith

Why the transfer market is a cult of promises, trickery and misdirection

The Exploding Heads run through the 10 strangest things that happened this transfer deadline day.
While transfer deadline day may have lacked a marquee signing, take a look at the more memorable moments as Manchester United's saga with David De Gea came to a solution while Southampton bolstered their defence.

The plans were in motion before the transfer window had even closed: there would be a protest outside the Emirates Stadium at 7 p.m. sharp on Tuesday. Arsenal's fans were fed up. They finished 12 points behind the Premier League champions last season. Now Arsene Wenger had gone through the entire summer and, uniquely among the top five leagues in Europe, he had not bought a single outfield player. Enough was enough. Out went the rallying cry: #wengerout.

Things were only slightly better at Manchester...

 By Andy Mitten

Another Manchester United transfer window full of squad turnover

The ESPN FC crew share their thoughts on the overall success of Manchester United's transfer window.

At a news conference to announce new signings earlier this summer, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said that his squad needed to be increased in numbers in order to cope with the likely demands of playing in four competitions this season. United had 27 first-team squad members at the end of last season. With the summer transfer window just finished, the Reds now have 24 first-team players, just 18 of them senior, going into the next game against Liverpool.

Ben Amos and Anders Lindegaard...

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Gareth Bale and Wales can deliver a lasting legacy for Gary Speed

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Premier League's spending this transfer window, if Gareth Bale will ever join Manchester United and more.

Wales are two games from destiny. The chance to qualify for a first major tournament since the 1958 World Cup is here. First, on Thursday, a trip to Cyprus, and then on Sunday, at the Cardiff City Stadium, they host Israel. Two wins will take them to the Euro 2016 finals with an unassailable 20 points from qualifying.

After only narrowly beating Andorra 2-1 in their opening match, and drawing 0-0 with Bosnia, a 0-0 draw with group favourites Belgium in November set the tone. Winning 3-0 in Israel...

Wenger must ignore Arsenal fans' frustration and get his side working

Arsenal were quiet in the summer but the ESPN FC crew hailed the arrival of Petr Cech.

Arsenal fans will be disappointed the club didn't add to the squad beyond Petr Cech this summer but the season, in case some have forgotten, plays out on the pitch and not the final days of the transfer window.

The table that matters is the one with the number of Premier League points on it, not the one with the total amount of money spent. Investment in the squad plays a part in winning points but it's not as if Arsenal haven't spent in recent times.

However, the club do have a reputation for a...

 By Nick Miller

Hazard, Terry and Costa just as crucial in title race as De Bruyne and Sterling

The ESPN FC crew rates the winners and losers of the transfer window.

The end of the transfer window is a time for everyone in football, from fans to those making deals, to take a deep breath and relax.

It's a time to assess who bought well, where the gaps in each squad are and whether players who thought they were leaving can be reintegrated.

Enhancing squads with new signings is an incredibly important part of life in the Premier League, but this season it looks likely the title will be decided by how well players who were already around perform, rather than by...