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Cook in QPR Return?

I guess the name of Lee Cook will always bring a wistful smile to the faces of numerous Fulham supporters.

Signed from Queens Park Rangers, Cook was tipped as having a bright future in the Premier League after a string or remarkable performances in the Championship had brought him to our attention.

Sadly, it was not to be as injuries prevented Lee Cook from making a single appearance for Fulham. In fact the only football he played last season was on loan to Charlton Athletic.

It now appears that Queens Park Rangers would like to re-sign Lee but are reluctant to meet our asking price, in plain speaking terms, they want to sign him on the cheap, despite all their supposed money.

Thankfully, Mr Al Fayed has put his foot down and insisted that the fee will be in the region of 2.5 million as he doesn`t envisage losing any money on a transfer that didn`t quite workout!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 19 2008

Time: 4:39PM

Your Comments

We should keep him for 2.5 Million, he is a good player and we need a good left footed midfielder
Backslash2010
I agree! Give the lad a chance!
oranje_emu
It would be bizarre in the extreme, now that I assume he's fit, if we didn't keep him in the squad next year. This was one of the few S*****Z buys that everyone was saying was a good bit of business
donfulham
people (including myself) were saying Davis and kamara were good signing too!
oranje_emu
 

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