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Rosenior looking for exit

Liam Rosenior has been quoted in the News of the World as saying he wants first-team football, or he might leave in the summer.

The promising full-back, who has played for England under-21s has been frustrated at his first-team opportunities this season.

Rosenior, 21, has featured in several first-team games this season and excelled at right-back in the abscence of Moritz Volz to injury.

He played against Arsenal on Saturday as left-back to cover Wayne Bridge who sustained an injury playing for England against Uruguay.

He told the News of the World on Sunday: 'Boss Chris Coleman says he's pleased with me then doesn't play me.

Rosenior, who joined the club in November 2003 from Bristol City added: 'Actions speak louder than words and I'm in two minds about to do.

'Fulham got me from Bristol City for £55,000 so I think they would make a decent profit.'




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Writer: Ollie Sheehan Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 7 2006

Time: 1:39PM

Your Comments

Wot is Rosenior doing?????? He is only 21, Fulham can and I have no doubt, WILL get better. How many better clubs are going to make a bid for him. Yeah a few might, but he would get a proper chance at Fulham if he is patient
Ian Scott
If he wants to go then maybe cooke should let him. No playe is bigger than the club, least of all a 21 year odl who obviously has a bit too much self-belief for his own good.
Ollie Sheehan
Loan deal would probably be the best option
simonlarkins17
the guy thinks hes bigger than the team. over inflated ego or what!
vertigo_red
 

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