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Diomansy Potteries Bound!

Diomansy Potteries Bound!

Since his signing, Diomansy (Joe) Kamara has hardly set the Premier League alight.

We may have been treated to the very occasional flash of skill but the fee we paid for him was for goals to be scored and unfortunately they have not been forthcoming.

According to reports in a leading tabloid this morning, it appears that Kamara could be one of the first to exit Craven Cottage in the coming weeks.

Championship side, Stoke City, who are chasing promotion to the Premier League, have reportedly expressed an interest in taking Kamara on loan with a view to signing him permanently in the summer.

Hopefully, if the move does come off, we`ll be able to negotiate some sort of financial recompense although we seriously doubt whether we`ll get anywhere near the fee we paid for him last summer.

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Wednesday March 26 2008
Time: 4:38PM

Comments

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You payed alot for him, thought he would have done better but has been a flop!
StevieG Col U
26/03/2008 18:37:00
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the correct spelling is PAID! God I hate those who can't sepll!
merlin
26/03/2008 19:15:00
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£5.5 - £6.5 million I believe!
merlin
26/03/2008 19:19:00
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£6million merlin. I think we should keep him IF we go down
oranje_emu
26/03/2008 23:14:00
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There is no better example of a flop in the premiership than Kamara. 6 million quid.... bloody idiot Sanchez.... I also think we should keep him for next season, reduce his wages and use him to try and get back up. If we don't get relegated then sell him asap but unfortunately you'd be lucky to get barely half that idiot paid for him
donfulham
27/03/2008 12:03:00
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Ahem! Just you wait and see Don, Portsmouth where goin to sell Benjani in the summer for like 3 Million And Man City Paid I think 13 for him he's only scored one so far and he wont do much better so for a flop Kamara wasn't that bad
Backslash2010
27/03/2008 15:37:00
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I think we could of got alot worst of a player! He hasn't been that bad as a winger and has set up a few goals (at least one!) but not worth anything like the £6million.
oranje_emu
27/03/2008 21:32:00
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