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Fulham - Is It A Laughing or Crying Matter?

Fulham - Is It A Laughing or Crying Matter?

I don`t know whether to laugh or cry!

The article we carried yesterday about the Crystal Palace winger, Ashley-Paul Robinson, being on trial with us has really hit the headlines.

After boasting on 'Facebook` that he was training with Fulham and leaving such comments as,

"Ashley-Paul is goin Fulham on Monday. If I pull dis of im on dis ting"

and

"Ashley-Paul Is Travling 2 Bath With Fulham Fingers Crossed. (Im lukin 2 Get Sum Tips Of Jimmy Bullard He`s ON DIS TING NO HYPE LOL"

it appears the youngster is in hot water.

Instead of being a secret, the story of the trial spread like wildfire causing his employers, Crystal Palace, to, reportedly, withdraw the offer of a new contract remarking,

"We feel it`s probably better that he looks elsewhere to further his career."

Perhaps he`ll perform better now he`s under pressure to get another club!

Wonder if he feels like laughing or crying?



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Tuesday July 8 2008
Time: 7:25PM

Comments

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I'd say the majority would say it was funny!
Al Billy
08/07/2008 19:30:00
0
I think you might be right there :-)
Putney
08/07/2008 19:37:00
0
Aha i was on there earlier
Backslash2010
08/07/2008 19:38:00
0
He will most prob joining us so I think he'll be laughing
oranje_emu
08/07/2008 19:45:00
0
I wonder if he'll curtail his Facebook activities now?
Al Billy
08/07/2008 20:22:00
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