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Fulham - Cook in Fresh Transfer Links!

With Mr Al Fayed intent on not letting Queens Park Rangers get Lee Cook back to Loftus Road on the cheap, insisting they cough up what we paid for him, two other possible destinations have resurfaced.

The Sunday papers are implying that Lee Cook could become a transfer target for both Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sheffield United.

Naturally, no fee or no concrete evidence is provided so we`ll just assume it`s a load of tripe for the time being shan`t we?

Some of actually wish to see Cook given a chance at Craven Cottage after a season besmirched by injury!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 13 2008

Time: 9:31AM

Your Comments

Wolves! Are they trying to punish him for being injured so many times?
Al Billy
spend the rest of the funds on stoor, simunic and then go out on a striker or two
oranje_emu
I still think keep the bloke and lets see if he's any good.
donfulham
yeah, we don't drastically need a left sided midfielder is my point.
oranje_emu
YES WE DO! that is the department we were been laking in all of last season, and if we don't get O'Hara keep Cookie, umm
Backslash2010
if we sell him and he turns out to be a star we ain't half going to look foolish!
Al Billy
always the case, always the case!
Putney
he should never of left QPR hes not good enough watching him in the championship
boca3
 

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