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Fulham - Bouazza Has Grand Ideas!

After, reportedly, being offered to West Bromwich Albion as part of a proposed deal that would have seen Jonathan Greening arrive at Craven Cottage, Hameur Bouazza has grand plans for his future.

The winger/striker who went out on loan to both Charlton Athletic and Birmingham City last season, could well be set for a move to French football.

The grapevine is alive with the implication that Ligue 1 sides Paris St Germain and Lille are both keen to sign the player.

Naturally, Bouazza remains optimistic about a deal and is quoted as remarking to the media,

'I want to play first-team football and to play in France would be fantastic`'

'My ambition, though, is to play first-team football wherever I am - either in England or in France.'

'I do want to play at the highest level.'

'I believe I have the quality to play at the top level.'


Fine sentiments expressed by the lad but we`re of the opinion that Bouazza isn`t quite at the standard he believes he is!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 17 2009

Time: 3:56PM

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Au revoir, Monsieur Bouazza. I don't dislike the lad, but I'll happy to be rid of this Lawrie Sanchez signing!
Samboney
Hahahaha...Go for it! French football is so bloody boring that he might even get a game. Idoit. Doesn't he realise that he relegated Charlton, acted like a turncoat and almost cost Brum automatic promotion...get the message there must be a reason why they dont want to pay Fulham for your services Hameur. I am sure the French fans will love you.
FulhamJules
i don't dislike him, i just want his transfer fee... give us the loot!
woodysweats
He was one of Charltons best players, a bit hot and cold for them, but overall one of the better in a poor lot. I like him and think if he can sort out his dodgy arm he could do the business for us still. I remember thinking him and Konch made an amazing partnership on the left at the start of Sanchez season.
oranje_emu
Roy, just get rid of him ASAP.
JKW
 

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