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You Reckon It`ll Be Healy Who Leaves!

With the arrival of Andy Johnson, it doesn`t take a mathematician to work out that we probably have too many strikers.

For that reason we just had to use our poll to ask you who you thought would be the next striker on his way out of Craven Cottage.

We gave you four options and you immediately decided that two - Erik Nevland and Eddie Johnson - were safe with each polling 3% of the vote.

That left two - David Healy and Collins John - and it proved to be a very close run affair.

In the end it was David Healy who emerged as the striker you thought would be the one to leave polling 49% of the vote with Collins John a close runner up with 45% of the vote.

Let`s wait and see what happens now shall we?




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 11 2008

Time: 5:55PM

Your Comments

Can we have david healy? pretty please?
mattyg
I think Healy should retire from club football to focus on his international career... :P A fantastic player but I'm just not sure that he feels the same way at pulling on a Fulham shirt as he does a N.Ireland one.
The_Legend_Of_Zola
not sure he gets as much of the ball playing for us or even as many minutes on the pitch!
Al Billy
I reckon he'll end up in the Championship (again)!
Al Billy
Back to Leeds in twelve months time then!
Putney
Wouldn't surprise me if Cookie has a look at him. Think he definitely a championship player.
Fulfan_cymru
And i think we owe Cookie a deal
Backslash2010
but have Coventry got the cash I'd ask!
Al Billy
yh man id swap misfud perhaps scored against man u twice could of been luck or cookie could sell him and buy healy for 2.5 million becuase despite his international form thats how much hes worth
boca3
Ipswich are keen aint they?
oranje_emu
 

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