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Fulham - Wishing An Old Boy Well!

Here at Vital Fulham we like to do the honourable thing!

Therefore, we`d like to offer Steed Malbranque, a loyal servant of our club, all the best after leaving Tottenham Hotspur for Sunderland.

No doubt, under the tuition of Roy Keane, Steed will have a blinder when he plays for the Mackems against us, but such is life.

Good luck Steed from all at Vital Fulham.




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 31 2008

Time: 7:21PM

Your Comments

he'll be a shining star in the stadium of light!
Al Billy
Spurs reject
Backslash2010
So surprised he went to Sunderland. It's an awful place.
storagematt
I`ll second your good wishes to Steed, I like going to Sunderland myself and i enjoy their supporters company.
martintheveg
Good luck to him, so much for wanting to move to a bigger team! would anyone want him back?
oranje_emu
One of my fav players of all time. It lookslike he has made it to his bigger club, shame he thinks he is going to the Stadium of Light in Lisbon.
FulhamJules
hes a good player he didnt deserve to get the hsove from spurs mind you they have a enormous squad
boca3
What a great player Steed was, Spurs hasn't been a good move for him maybe he should have stayed somewhere that his talents would have been appreciated!
donfulham
hmmm perhaps cravren cottage lol scored good goals lots of asists help us stay in the prem fair play good luck
boca3
 

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