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Fulham - Your Price is Right!

With the rumour-mill turning at full speed relating to a possible departure to Hull City for Bobby Zamora, Vital Fulham member davidjwilkins submitted a great poll.

He wanted to know how, on a financial basis, the Vital Fulham readership valued Bobby Zamora.

He submitted five options and the results were as follows,

31% believed Fulham should ask for £5 million or more for the striker.
28% thought we should hold out for £4 million.
17% thought £3 million was a favourable price as did, co-incidentally a further 17% who thought £1 million would suffice?

And

7% thought £2 million was the right price.

As it turns out, and if the tabloids are correct, the option you voted for in the most numbers corresponds with the figures being banded about by the media.

Our thanks got to davidjwilkins for his poll suggestion.

If you to would like to suggest a poll then please feel free to do so by using the facility on our home page. However, we do ask that you submit a minimum of four options for the readership to choose from.




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 15 2009

Time: 4:40PM

Your Comments

this is a very interesting development... i never would have guesses that bobby z would be moving anywhere else this summer... it's especially funny that he's going to hull...
woodysweats
to join Bullard - are Hull pillaging from the River Thames and sailing back up to the Humber?
Al Billy
I guessed 4 million by the way....
davidjwilkins
 

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