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Fulham - Cook is no More!

Many media sources are proclaiming that Lee Cook has finally joined Queens Park Rangers on a permanent basis.

Cook, who never let us forget his love of all things Loftus Road, had originally been on loan to QPR but, for an undisclosed fee, he`s now permanently off our books.

We`d like to say that Cook had a memorable Fulham career but we`d be lying.

His stay was blighted by injury and we can`t recall him pulling on a Fulham shirt in anger.

We`d like to wish him well but our thoughts would probably fall on deaf ears as they`re not from his QPR mates.

So it`s goodbye from us and goodbye to him!

Cheerio Lee Cook!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 8 2009

Time: 7:06PM

Your Comments

good player but to be honest, good riddence.
KBCC
Actually no, in hindsight i don't really know where i got the opinion he was a good player from, i've never seen him put on a white shirt. I know its undsdisclosed, but does anyone know a "roundabout" fee, i want to know if we recouped our losses.
KBCC
it's an official secret I heard - talk for we lost money I think!
Al Billy
just glad to be rid of myself
Putney
we never got to see him play due to injuries he might have been good we will never know, so good luck to him
dan the man
Who? is it just me or has anyone else ever heard of this player?
Backslash2010
So it is official, Fulham saved QPR from bankruptancy. Lee Cook is proof.
FulhamJules
 

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