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Fulham - Hangeland Gets the Armband!

The news that filtered through yesterday (Tuesday) that our Norwegian defender, Brede Hangeland, has been appointed captain of his country is worth a mention.

We here at Vital Fulham believe the appointment is down to the fact the Hangeland has moved to the high-profile Premier League and that his game has come on leaps and bounds since joining us.

Obviously, playing for a side that was plotting the great escape; has seen the giant defender involved in a lot of action, action that has honed his game to such an extent we can all applaud Brede on his fine appointment as captain.

Well done mate!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 13 2008

Time: 4:33PM

Your Comments

and do you know what - he'll do a damn good job!
Al Billy
so! could he captain Fulham,one day, do you reckon?
Putney
perhaps, perhaps - although I reckon Jimmy would be the ideal man to provide some enthusiasm!
Al Billy
bu t he might not stay is danny the captain of the club or hasnt it been decided whos the vice captain also i just dont know ha ha well comeon fulham for saterday anyway
boca3
Hangeland is a future premiership star, I rate him so highly I think you might see one of the big clubs coming in for him in January. Fingers crossed we keep him.
donfulham
Murphy will be our captain and Big-H will be our vice captain
oranje_emu
Well done Brede
Jossmyth
I expect he'll be captain next season. Murphy or Simon Davies will be captain this season I reckon but I have a feeling Jimmy might be vice captain! Much like the way it happens in a lot of sports where he's not a natural leader as such but more a figure of inspiration. Kinda.."Do as I do, not as I say" Still a great achievement and just shows that Roy has made some really good decisions in the transfer market
jackbarendse
 

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