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Fulham - You Decide?

With Andrew Johnson not available for selection, due to his two yellow cards making a red last weekend, we're going to speculate as to who Roy Hodgson will choose to replace him.

We've put three names in the frame - Clint Dempsey, Erik Nevland and Seol Ki-Hyeon.

All three have attributes that benefit the team, however, after much gesticulation up here in the Vital Fulham office, we thought we'd let you vote for who you believe should partner Bobby Zamora in Johnson's absence.

Therefore, please take this opportunity to vote in our latest poll, a poll that will be run until Friday morning whereby we'll know then who the Vital Fulham membership will have selected.




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 1 2008

Time: 4:22PM

Your Comments

I'd play Nevland - give the lad a chance!
Al Billy
Id play dempsey
sdavies25
Lol - I was going for Seol - what a mixed reaction!
Putney
Well, I think it SHOULD be Nevland, but I think it WILL be Soel.
Mr. Ploppy
Please, please not Seol. Nevland and Zamora together in the first half of Celtic pre-season were a job to watch, linked so well together. Nevland is perhaps not the quickest and the most skillful but he puts his chances away, which is something we're not doing at the moment. Dempsey as well before Seol, he proved he has an eye for goal last season and that he can do the business as a central striker. Just not Seol!
donfulham
Nevland and Zamora could do well together but i rekon roy will go for seol
dan the man
just not seol, havent tried dempsey an zamora so RH wil probly go nevland zamora
sdavies25
I'd like to see him at least give Dempsey a chance. If Dempsey doesn't get a run out here he will have no choice but to move on.
acrossthepond
 

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