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Dempsey`s Fulham Days Numbered?

Dempsey`s Fulham Days Numbered?

With Andrew Johnson set to serve a suspension, even though Roy Hodgson is considering an appeal, Clint Dempsey will be hoping he may be the player Roy turns to, to fill the void.

However, Clint doesn`t see his long term future lying at Craven Cottage and is quoted in the media today as saying,

"The coach here now is not the one who bought me in so it`s difficult proving that I deserve to be on the field."

Am I alone in thinking that Dempsey leaving seems almost inevitable?



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Sunday September 28 2008
Time: 6:33PM

Comments

0
Simply not good enough now i guess, shame, i like him
oranje_emu
28/09/2008 19:33:00
0
i like him too and is he not are second left winger or i think he should be are sub striker
sdavies25
29/09/2008 00:06:00
0
yes i think he will be leaving us in january sometimes managers pick there own style of players , and i think dempsey is not one of them , just look at moritz volts
dan the man
29/09/2008 09:40:00
0
so are we saying he's not quite good enough then but almost?
Putney
29/09/2008 19:37:00
0
i dunno he could be good if he gets a chance but then he could be bad it all depends
sdavies25
29/09/2008 20:56:00
0
Dempsey is never going to be Ronaldo, but he works hard and has a knack for poaching goals. We are worse without him available from the bench.
acrossthepond
30/09/2008 03:15:00
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He has a bit of spice and creativity about him evry team needs a bit of that a step over here a step over there
sdavies25
30/09/2008 15:55:00
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