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Fulham - Dacourt's France Return Hint!

It`s beginning to look as if the loan spell of Olivier Dacourt is merely a temporary arrangement!

The Frenchman has been quoted by Aujourd`hui as suggesting he may well return to French football next season remarking,

"If I was offered it, a challenge such as [Claude] Makelele`s could interest me."

Sadly it looks as if the emergence of Dickson Etuhu, in recent games, and the lack of Premier League starts may well force the thirty-four year old Dacourt to reconsider his future come May.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 2 2009

Time: 5:07PM

Your Comments

That's OK with me. Never expected it to be a long-term arrangement, anyway.
Samboney
That's OK with me. Never expected it to be a long-term arrangement, anyway.
Samboney
i'm ok with that too, as long as etuhu keeps up the good performances!!
KBFulham
i'm ok with that too, as long as etuhu keeps up the good performances!!
KBFulham
He was just some cover because we lost three central midfielders so no bother if he leaves
Backslash2010
He was just some cover because we lost three central midfielders so no bother if he leaves
Backslash2010
as long as dacourt plays his part in keeping us up this year and teaches etuhu a thing to two, i'll be happy.
woodysweats
as long as dacourt plays his part in keeping us up this year and teaches etuhu a thing to two, i'll be happy.
woodysweats
Quite clearly Fulham need to be in the market in the summer for some quality in the centre of midfield, Dacourt is a good player but at his age he is not a long term solution. Never expected him to be here next season... but then again, I thought that about Murphy when we signed him :)
donfulham
Quite clearly Fulham need to be in the market in the summer for some quality in the centre of midfield, Dacourt is a good player but at his age he is not a long term solution. Never expected him to be here next season... but then again, I thought that about Murphy when we signed him :)
donfulham
Dacourt is a short term solution and Roy knows it!
Al Billy
Dacourt is a short term solution and Roy knows it!
Al Billy
well Etuhu is showing definite likelyness' of Papa Boupa Diop and he was a great player for us and from what i've seen Dacourt definitely doesn't deserve as much of a place in the 1st team as Etuhu
1'F'inFulham
well Etuhu is showing definite likelyness' of Papa Boupa Diop and he was a great player for us and from what i've seen Dacourt definitely doesn't deserve as much of a place in the 1st team as Etuhu
1'F'inFulham
 

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