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Fulham - Poll Gives Surprising Results!

As we stumbled along through the international period, our latest poll, reacting to the suggestion that several clubs were keen on signing Dickson Etuhu, asked if we should fight to keep him.

Several comments I received suggested that although he`s a decent enough player he`s never going to set the Premier League alight, therefore perhaps we shouldn`t be too concerned about losing him.

But, if that`s the case the majority, according to our poll; disagree.

62% believe that Fulham should fight to keep the player that arrived form Sunderland as opposed to the 13% who reckon we shouldn`t bother.

As for the remaining percentage, that was split quite convincingly between the 21% who opted for the maybe option and the 4% who didn`t have a Scooby-Doo who Dickson Etuhu was!

Who was it who said people can be a strange lot?




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 2 2009

Time: 5:48PM

Your Comments

I can understand people would want to keep him. But if you look at the bigger picture, the money could bring in a much more talented player. It is best to sell a player like Dickson when they are at their best, which is now. I am not saying we SHOULD sell him, but I wouldn't be disappointed, as long as we got a good price.
KBFulham
I can understand people would want to keep him. But if you look at the bigger picture, the money could bring in a much more talented player. It is best to sell a player like Dickson when they are at their best, which is now. I am not saying we SHOULD sell him, but I wouldn't be disappointed, as long as we got a good price.
KBFulham
I second that mate!
Zimmer2002
I second that mate!
Zimmer2002
Persoanlly I can't see us selling him 12 months into a 3 year deal, unless the offer is too good to turn down!
Al Billy
Persoanlly I can't see us selling him 12 months into a 3 year deal, unless the offer is too good to turn down!
Al Billy
But then again - what do I know :-)
Al Billy
But then again - what do I know :-)
Al Billy
i agree, and i've been completely awed at how good he has gotten under roy's tutelage... i'd leave it up to roy... if he thinks we can bring in a proper replacement, then reap the rewards, but if we can't replace him, then keep him around.
woodysweats
i agree, and i've been completely awed at how good he has gotten under roy's tutelage... i'd leave it up to roy... if he thinks we can bring in a proper replacement, then reap the rewards, but if we can't replace him, then keep him around.
woodysweats
Keep him, we need a larger squad and he's proven he can hold his own!
Putney
Keep him, we need a larger squad and he's proven he can hold his own!
Putney
If the price is right, sell him. Otherwise, he's exactly the type of player we need to give the squad some depth, as he's not likely to be a starter next season.
Samboney
If the price is right, sell him. Otherwise, he's exactly the type of player we need to give the squad some depth, as he's not likely to be a starter next season.
Samboney
It is a very good point, we do need depth. But if you look at it like that, you could also say that villa/everton are prepared to splash the cash on a backup player of ours. If we can haggle a good price, I would sacrifice the depth for the cash....
KBFulham
It is a very good point, we do need depth. But if you look at it like that, you could also say that villa/everton are prepared to splash the cash on a backup player of ours. If we can haggle a good price, I would sacrifice the depth for the cash....
KBFulham
 

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