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Fulham - Seol in Two Minds?

I have to admit that I`d forgotten all about this guy!

It seems that Craven Cottage may not have seen the last of Seol Ki-Hyeon.

The South Korean midfielder, who arrived in a swap deal with Liam Rosenior, disappeared off to the Saudi Arabian outfit, Al Hilal, midway through the season with many suspecting it was a permanent deal.

It now turns out it was merely a six month loan and Seol has some hard thinking to do.

Does he stay in Saudi Arabia or does he return to the Premier League?

Speaking to the media about his situation, Seol had this to say,

"I have not made up my mind yet. I will explore all options I have.'

'Because of my lack of playing time, I left Fulham FC and moved to Al Hilal. Taking the field in many games in the Saudi Premier League improved my conditioning and I've thought about playing in the English league again.'

'I have one year left in my contract with Fulham, and Al Hilal has still had a managerial change, so I am not certain whether I will return to the team.'


Our advice is stay where you are if you want regular football. Harsh, I`m afraid, but true!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 30 2009

Time: 11:47AM

Your Comments

i can't see him getting much playing time...
woodysweats
I really hope he goes, not good enough.
AlexFFC
I'm afraid we have more than a few guys like Seol - decent enough, but not what we need to improve.
Samboney
I still think he can do a job for us. He is strong, quick(ish), does have a good shot on him,good with his head. I think we could do with himin europe,also gives dempey more to think about
oranje_emu
and that's what it's all about - competition for places!
Putney
 

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