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Fulham - Another Loanee Returns!

TJ Moncur has returned to Craven Cottage.

After being on loan for a second time with Bradford and having made 14 appearances, the Bradford manager, Stuart McCall, has decided he has no long term future with the Bantams remarking,

"With TJ out of contract at the end of the season, he was looking for something long term but we couldn`t commit to that here."

"He has done ever so well in certain games and given us a bit of added pace when we`ve needed it. I remember at Wycombe when he was excellent going forward and there have been other good games."

"But he`s just dipped a little bit recently and with Paul Arnison coming back and doing well, we made the decision he could go back."


The decision comes with Bradford knowing that if TJ had made one more appearance the agreement was that they would have to offer him an eighteen month contract.

Crafty Bantams or what!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 1 2009

Time: 9:58AM

Your Comments

I suspect he won't be around for long - another loan spell beckons with the transfer window open!
Al Billy
not sure Bradford have done the moral thing though!
Putney
I suddenly feel like a bit of an expert on all things Fulham! After commenting on the Garcia article, I'm gonna have a little say here! I've lived in Bradford for a few years now. During that time, Bradford City have become a second team for me. In my opinion and from what I've heard from die-hard City fans, Moncur did pretty well in his first spell but hasn't reached those heights this time around and will probably only ever have the quality needed for a low, small League 2 side.
Aamir
 

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