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Cook Looking For a Start!

Lee Cook, the winger we signed from near-neighbours QPR in a flourish of publicity back in the summer, is currently away on loan at Championship side, Charlton Athletic.

Cook, off course, struggled with a series of injuries and failed to make a first team start at Craven Cottage. However, since going on loan we believe he has made two appearances as substitute but without hitting the heady heights he experienced whilst playing for Queens Park Rangers.

However, his patchy comeback has given him cause for optimism and he recently remarked,

"Hopefully I will get a start under my belt and produce a 90 minutes worthy of staying in the team."

Although we reserve our judgement on his signing until he has performed in a Fulham shirt, we would like to continue to wish him the best of luck down at The Valley.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 21 2008

Time: 4:46PM

Your Comments

What are the odds on him not coming back, ever?
merlin
Do you really want him back? Is he considered a better option than Bouazza or Davies?
merlin
Like I've said previously - I'll reserve judgement until I've seen him play for Fulham, however I suspect he might not be Hodgson's cup of tea!
Putney
I believe he's better than Bouazza.
oranje_emu
My QPR mate tells me over and over that Cook is the best thing since sliced bread and desperately wants him back at Loftus Rd. I would love to see what he can do in a Fulham shirt and Bouazza, who started well for us at the start of the season, has gone off the boil
donfulham
 

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