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Fulham - Looking at Thank You God!

This morning, the Daily Grapevine, in the shape of the News of the World, links us with another striker.

The man in question today is the wonderfully named Dieumerci Mbokani.

Congolese by birth, Mbokani has been playing in Belgian football with Standard Liege.

He`s been quite a hit scoring 31 goals in 61 appearances.

At six feet one inch he cuts an imposing figure and at twenty-three years of age looks to have a glittering future ahead of him.

As for the fee, a sum of 5 million is mentioned.

We`ll keep you posted regarding any further developments.

And as for the strange headline, we're informed that the lads first name - Dieumerci - literally translates to thank you god!




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 31 2009

Time: 10:44AM

Your Comments

He'd be an immense signing. This would be a clear intentions of our aims next season.
AlexFFC
you know a bit about him then alex? do tell..:-P
oranje_emu
looks to have quite the resume... would seem to be a signal of intent for sure...
woodysweats
He's got Drogba style attributes-big, strong and quick. I remember him causing Liverpool and Everton so many problems last season in Europe.
AlexFFC
lets sign him up then!
Putney
 

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