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Johnson Puts a Positive Spin on Things!

Now we`re not going to get involved in all the shenanigans relating to why Andrew Johnson left Everton, we`re not going to go into the ins and outs of any supposed feud with David Moyes, all we`re going to do is focus on Andrew Johnson explaining why he joined Fulham.

Johnson, who`ll be looking for his first Fulham goal up at Turf Moor, has cast a positive spin on things by remarking,

"I see Fulham as a massive club.'
'One that can achieve great things. They have been in the Premier League for a long time now."

'The club are established at this level and there's real quality here, great footballers like Jimmy Bullard, Simon Davies and Danny Murphy. The gaffer has bought in top players like Bobby Zamora and Zoltan Gera and we've already beaten Arsenal this season.

'For the last couple of seasons the club have been looking behind them at the relegation places - but I really think we can look in the opposite direction this season.'


Nice to hear one of our players exuding such confidence, we`ll forget about the minor blips at Hull and Blackburn shall we?




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 22 2008

Time: 7:05PM

Your Comments

at least he's talking the walk!
Al Billy
lol - why does he not like being called Andy anymore? Does anyone know?
Putney
i like the massive club thing
dan the man
 

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