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Best Wishes To An Ex-Player

Best Wishes To An Ex-Player

Here at Vital Fulham we`d like to offer our best wishes to one of our former players.

Andrew Cole, who recently saw his contract with Nottingham Forest cancelled by mutual consent, has decided to retire from football.

Cole, who joined Fulham in time for the 2004-2005 season, only stayed for that one season but he made a huge impact becoming the top scorer netting one of the goals of the season in a clash with Liverpool.

Incidentally, that season was his second spell at the club having spent time on loan at Craven Cottage in 1991, as a youngster, when he made thirteen appearances scoring three goals.

During the 2004-2005 season he made thirty-one appearances scoring twelve goals.

He left West London to return to the north-west citing family reasons.

Here at Vital Fulham we`d like to thank him for his contribution to football as he contemplates life in retirement.



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Wednesday November 12 2008
Time: 4:43PM

Comments

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He didn`t go North though did he, he went to Portsmouth. Shades of Ian Dowie !.
martintheveg
12/11/2008 22:50:00
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lol - he was a character changing his name from Andy to Andrew - pretentious or what!
Al Billy
13/11/2008 20:36:00
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good luck to him i did think he was not really a team player for us his best days were long gone before we got his services, but he did score some goals
dan the man
15/11/2008 22:16:00
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