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Hero of the hour Jimmy Bullard is thought to be a target for Middlesbrough and Aston Villa.

Bullard has scored 2 goals in just 8 appearances for Fulham this season after missing a year and half through a horrific knee injury.

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill is believed to be an admirer of the all action midfielder and will make a move for the 29 year old if Fulham fail to beat the drop.

It is reported both clubs are willing to table a 4million bid for the London boy.

Bullard is with out doubt one of the most important players in the team and if it wasn't for his injury I'm sure he would be captain.

I dare not think that Bullard would leave us and I call for him to be our new Johnny Haynes and forget about the bigger sides and continue to star for us and help us push up the table. Or if worst comes to worst get us straight back up.




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 10 2008

Time: 9:36PM

Your Comments

now that would be a hammer blow for you lot!
merlin
If we went it would be a bit of a kick in the teeth for us! After being out for so long does anyone else think he owes us a season in the Championship?
donfulham
bullard to villa all day long.
Stig
He's a London boy and he will stay because we will stay up
oranje_emu
If we stay up he'll stay if we don't we will really be calling to the better nature of a player who before his injury had sights on an england call up!
howrad
yes please .. we can do with all the help we can get right now, especially in midfield
Boro 01
if we go so will he and Clint apart from that the rest of the team's crap
Backslash2010
Simon Davies will be a wanted man and Kon... I think a number of managers would be looking at Andreasen as well, he is quality. After being so crap as to get us relegated they should all bloody well stay and get us back up! No bloody loyalty...
donfulham
 

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