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Another Loanee returns

Lee Cook has returned from his loan at Charlton after Pardew's men failed to get into the playoff positions.

The ex West Ham manager felt it was in both the club's and Cook's best interests for the player to return to Fulham.

Pardew explained,

'He's a Fulham player and I didn't feel we had any chance of signing him permanently. There's no point keeping him here so I've sent him back and his position will be taken by one of the players who will be here next year and who is looking to make an impact.'

Cook made his Addicks debut in the 1-1 draw at Sheffield Wednesday in February and went on to make eight further appearances in a red shirt. Finding himself a regular in resent games.

So will we get to see what this boy can do?!?!!!? Or will he pass in and out of the gates of the Cottage without a single start?

I certainly hope for the first option!!




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 24 2008

Time: 8:19PM

Your Comments

He might have arrived just in time to save us! But then again he is one of the biggest dissapointments the season so i doubt that
Backslash2010
he's never really got going has he this season!
merlin
is he injury prone of just unlucky?
merlin
I would say a bit of both!
Fan of Blues
unlucky i guess, He played 140-odd games for QPR so I think he's just been unlucky
oranje_emu
so he's not another Arjen Robben then :-)
merlin
lets hope so :-P just with less injuries! Still think you lot should of kept Robben! Every successful team needs a dutchman in it!
oranje_emu
I guess we'll just have to put it down as one of those things!
Putney
 

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