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Fulham - Hodgson Off to Sunderland?

Fulham - Hodgson Off to Sunderland?

No! Please don`t laugh!

But there`s an article on one of the various news outlets available on the internet that suggests Sunderland are interested in taking Roy Hodgson as their manager.

The suggestion is based simply on the fact that Roy hasn`t (according to the source) had any contract talks with Mr Al Fayed.

Here` at Vital Fulham we`re certain that Roy is more concerned about pushing the team on for the remainder of the season before sitting down to talk about a new contract.

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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday April 6 2009
Time: 5:39PM

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I can't see why any sane man would make that move...
KBFulham
06/04/2009 17:45:00
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I can't see why any sane man would make that move...
KBFulham
06/04/2009 17:45:00
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Contract worries or not...he can achieve more on the banks of the Thames!!
KBFulham
06/04/2009 17:46:00
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Contract worries or not...he can achieve more on the banks of the Thames!!
KBFulham
06/04/2009 17:46:00
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I'm not laughing 'cause this type of thing is not outside the realm of possibility. Roy's been terribly impressive with Fulham. I'm sure other clubs have taken note. Sunderland has had a terrible record in the Prem, but they have top five ground capacity and top ten attendance. Now, this certainly won't happen if Sunderland continue their slide and end up relegated again, but if they manage to stay up and promise Roy money to spend, he could potentially make the move. I certainly wouldn't dismiss any rumor.
Samboney
06/04/2009 18:38:00
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I'm not laughing 'cause this type of thing is not outside the realm of possibility. Roy's been terribly impressive with Fulham. I'm sure other clubs have taken note. Sunderland has had a terrible record in the Prem, but they have top five ground capacity and top ten attendance. Now, this certainly won't happen if Sunderland continue their slide and end up relegated again, but if they manage to stay up and promise Roy money to spend, he could potentially make the move. I certainly wouldn't dismiss any rumor.
Samboney
06/04/2009 18:38:00
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I'm laughing - Wearside! Does he look mad?
Al Billy
06/04/2009 19:29:00
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I'm laughing - Wearside! Does he look mad?
Al Billy
06/04/2009 19:29:00
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i agree with sam, unfortunately, the attraction of a larger ground and larger (but not better) fan base can be alluring for a manager... especially if was given money to spend... just one more thing to dread over the summer...
woodysweats
06/04/2009 20:14:00
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i agree with sam, unfortunately, the attraction of a larger ground and larger (but not better) fan base can be alluring for a manager... especially if was given money to spend... just one more thing to dread over the summer...
woodysweats
06/04/2009 20:14:00
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