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Fulham - Clearing Up a Few Matters!

In the madness that was yesterday and with the transfer window shutting until January, a couple of matters need clearing up.

It would seem that Fulham have signed Julian Gray on a season long loan deal with a view to a permanent deal, we were unable to clarify the situation last night.

Also, our young defender, Gabriel Zakuani has gone to Peterborough on a months loan. This deal was particularly complicated as the player is currently on international duty.

Lastly, it doesn`t appear that Alexei Smertin went to Cardiff but his contract with Fulham was cancelled by mutual consent so he is free to find a new club still.

As for Collins John, we`re still a little unsure. Some sources are suggesting he`s gone on a free transfer whilst others that it`s only a season long loan. Can anyone clarify this matter?




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 2 2008

Time: 5:39PM

Your Comments

I though Collins had been sold if you can sell someone for nothing!
Al Billy
now that is a very good point :-)
Putney
Shame to see Smertin off! Losing Zakuni on loan for a month... where is our defensive cover? Is it just me who is concerned about cover in central defence?
donfulham
John has gone on a season long loan - look at the official website.
Fulham_21
smertin refused to go to cardiff and has now left the club and collins john is out on loan for the rest of the season
dan the man
reckon CJ s a decent lad hope he will find his form in his homeland on loan n persuade RH to recall or keep him, otherwise better put him on sale at the right price. agree that we r thin in centre half position i dun understand y we r not getting cover in that area or should we expect hangeland n huges will play consistent enough for 40 or 50 games a season? btw, we only hav Mr Baird n young Leijer as alternative choices... can any other lads of us can play as centre half then?
genuch
 

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