The winners and losers following a summer of transfer activity

02 September 2010 12:45
[LNB]WINNERS King Street, Manchester Shop owners in the upmarket shopping thoroughfare will be laughing all the way to the bank as City's new signings spend their hard-earned. [LNB]Staying put: Almunia is the Arsenal No 1[LNB]Manuel Almunia The much-criticised Arsenal goalkeeper looks set to keep his place after Arsene Wenger failed to land a replacement. [LNB]Stoke fans Eidur Gudjohnsen at the Britannia? That plus Jermaine Pennant and Kenwyne Jones must be causing some excitement. [LNB]Roy Hodgson Javier Mascherano was replaced and neither Steven Gerrard nor Fernando Torres jumped ship. [LNB]David Ngog With Liverpool's bid for Carlton Cole failing, Ngog will get plenty of playing time. [LNB]Arsenal fans Their club won the battle with Barca and held on to Cesc Fabregas. [LNB]Roman Pavlyuchenko Spurs fans wanted a striker. They didn't get one, so Super Pav will have another chance to prove his worth. [LNB] Earning his Spurs: Pavlyuchenko will have another chance to prove his worth [LNB]Henrique Hilario and Ross Turnbull With Stoke holding on to Asmir Begovic and Petr Cech injury prone, these two will surely get their fair share of games. [LNB]Avram Grant His average squad would have struggled without Scott Parker or Carlton Cole. Holding on to both of them could be crucial in the fight against the drop.[LNB]LOSERS Roque Santa Cruz With Carlos Tevez, Emmanuel Adebayor and Jo ahead of him, the Paraguayan's failure to secure a move could lead to a few boring months. [LNB]Robbie Keane and Alan Hutton Both are miserably far down the pecking order at Spurs. Could they be desperate enough to go down a division on loan? [LNB]When boredom strikes: Santa Cruz [LNB]David Stockdale Mark Schwarzer's failure to join Arsenal means he will probably be Fulham No 1 again, leaving Stockdale to warm the bench. [LNB]Shay Given Roberto Mancini clearly favours Joe Hart in goal and, with moves to Fulham or Arsenal not coming off, Given faces a fight for playing time. [LNB]Arsenal fans Fabregas can play like Europe's finest, but they still do not have a world-class goalkeeper. It could cost them the title. [LNB]Asmir Begovic It can't feel good when you have a sulk and don't get your move. He will not be Mr Popular at Stoke this season.[LNB] Jeremie Aliadiere The Frenchman, plus Jay Demerit, Francis Jeffers and Keith Gillespie, are among the hundreds of free transfers without a home.[LNB] Middlesbrough pie-shop owners Mido joined Ajax. Enough said [LNB]  PREMIER LEAGUE SQUADS 2010-11: Club-by-club guide to who's in the 25The good, the bad and the ugly! Club-by-club verdict to every Premier League club's ins and outs in the transfer windowBetter late than never! Clubs go to the wire in bid to land deadline bargains [LNB]  

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