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Collins John Goes Dutch!

News has just filtered through that the other player we mentioned could be let go on a free transfer, Collins John, has also found a new club.

John, who went out on loan to several clubs last season has, according to reports, joined the Dutch side, NEC Nijmegen, subject to a medical.

If the deal goes through, we`d view it as an opportunity lost as the lad showed real potential when he first broke through into the first team.




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 1 2008

Time: 5:33PM

Your Comments

adios amigo - sorry don't know any Dutch!
Al Billy
What happened with John, he just fizzled out. Didn't he do quite well 2 or 3 years ago? Glad he's gone to NEC though, my favourite Dutch team.
ArsenalRob
Good riddence frankly. Terrible attitude, won't be missed
donfulham
but what went so wrong when he showed so much promise!
Putney
HE HAS ACTUALLY JUST GONE ON A SEASON LONG LOAN - IT SAYS SO ON THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE
Fulham_21
i hope he comes back, really like the guy
oranje_emu
It's only a loan deal thank god
jackbarendse
he has played under three managers and all have not really played him perhaps thre is a hidden reason
dan the man
a loan deal seems more reasonable to let CJ play more regular games. NEC sh'd pay CJ wages in full though
genuch
CJ has gone on loan before and no one wants to keep him, reports follow him everywhere of a terrible attitude problem. I suppose we're running down his contract until we can get rid of him!
donfulham
 

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