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Fulham - Heart And Seol!

It seems Seol Ki-Hyeon has his heart set on a stay in the English Premier League, after the South Korean's agent revealed he was going to return to Fulham following his loan spell at Saudi-Arabian side, Al Hilal.

I think it would be fair to say Seol has hardly won the fans over in his 2 year period with The Cottagers, but a few performances have impressed me enough to give him another chance, perhaps in a backup role. Ki-Hyeon though, has been inspired to give England another go, despite only having 1 year remaining on his 3 year deal.

Seol's agent said,

"Seol really wants to try again. He also knows that this could be his last chance."

I for one feel the numbers will come in handy, but I certainly won't be upset if he is shown the door. I really don't think he has won Hodgson over, so this could have been a risky move for him.




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Writer: KBFulham Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 25 2009

Time: 5:20PM

Your Comments

he started this year in the starting eleven if i'm not mistaken... must have really fallen out of favor...
woodysweats
I think he did quite well before losing his place in the starting lineup this season! He was *****e the season before that though!
Zimmer2002
Most of our team was *****e last season. He did start because AJ was injured and Roy wanted us used to to quick striker along side Bobby
oranje_emu
He looked good at the start, as you say. Didn't he have personal problems though?
KBFulham
It was originally a dreadful transfer and he has proved himself to be a long way from PL standard.
AlexFFC
Send him back to Reading. Didn't he play for Wolves at one time? Maybe they want him back. I can't see him having much of a future with us.
Samboney
Afraid this guy is simply not good enough!
donfulham
should never have swapped him for Rosenior!
Al Billy
nice headline by the way though!
Al Billy
 

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