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Fulham - Celtic on Kamara`s Trail!

After making a recovery from a horrific injury, Diomansy Kamara made a considerable impact towards the back end of the season.

His pace, trickery and finishing skills gave the Craven Cottage faithful a glimpse of what he can do when fully fit and inspired.

But, Diomansy, according to one gossip column in a leading tabloid, is a wanted man.

After taking the managerial reigns at Glasgow Celtic, Tony Mowbray is believed to be preparing a bid, circa £5 million, to lure Diomansy to Parkhead.

Mowbray has previous experience of managing Diomansy when they were both at West Bromwich Albion.

Should Fulham let Diomansy go or should we do our best to hold onto him?

That is the question I`d like you to answer.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 24 2009

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

wouldn't be sad to see him go... but i would want him replaced in kind... can we turn his money into martins? i'd be ok with it.
woodysweats
good shout, very good shout, I'll go along with that!
Al Billy
theres no way we'd spend £5m on a striker.
The Green Griffin
Not pertaining to this article, but...sign Onyewu NOW!
acrossthepond
For £5M i'd drive him to celtic. He's done OK, just not delivered enough.
AlexFFC
I don't know if Fulham can afford to let him go -- unless they are going to bring in a better striker... The Europa League will test all Fulham's squad resources. Unless you maintain strength in depth across your squad the Europa will likely affect your Premiership performances. the Man City experience last season with the far less-onerous UEFA Cup was that we seldom played well after the gruelling European matches and we found our squad was just not big enough.
Sindbad
all gone quiet then this one hasn't it!
Al Billy
 

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