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Fulham - Sometimes I Wonder Why We Bother?

The power the big clubs have is illustrated perfectly by an ongoing situation at Fulham.

Dominic Vose, currently on the Fulham books is, at the tender age of fifteen, being lured by the attraction of being on the books of a 'bigger` club.

Vose, apparently spent last week training with Alex Ferguson`s Manchester United and is scheduled to spend this week with Arsene Wenger and Arsenal.

No doubt his head will be swayed by the splendour of Old Trafford or the Emirates and yet another youngster will leave the Fulham youth system.

All we can hope is that Fulham can secure a good compensation package, although seeing as the 'bigger` clubs are involved; I wouldn`t hold your breath!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 3 2008

Time: 5:52PM

Your Comments

It's such a shame isn't it, our young prodigy Dean Parrett went to Spurs in the end, why aren't we allowed to keep these players!!
Boxer
because they get dollar signs waived in front of their eyes!
Al Billy
it's a disgrace and I shall be writing to my MP about it! Well not really :-( it's a sign of the times I guess.
Putney
They get them younger and younger these days lol. It would only happen eventually though if he's as good as expected
EvertonMike
who in our current first team has come up through the ranks , nobody, last player to play regularly was sean davis, so the answer is dont bother
dan the man
a fair point even if it's not what many might want to hear!
Al Billy
 

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