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Fulham - Dikgacoi Deal Done?

After a rather long transfer battle, lasting about a year now, it would appear that Kagisho Dikgacoi has finally been given the all clear to make a move to our humble land.

The South African international has reportedly been handed his work permit to reside in the UK.

Personally, I'm glad the deal has gone through as the lad looks like a good prospect and the squad depth is bound to help us over the course of what is likely to be, a very long season for us by the Thames.

Obviously we await an official statement from the club at the very least, but the word on the street is that Kagisho has indeed been allowed entry to the UK.

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Writer: KBFulham Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 18 2009

Time: 6:33AM

Your Comments

Over the moon. Roy obviously rates him highly, and he should bring extra depth to our rather thin squad. Hope it goes through OK.
I hope too, this farce with him has been going on far too long.
Well said JKW. He had better be worth the wait!
Looked pretty good in the Confeds Cup this summer.
squad player or is he first 11 quality ?
truth sayer ffc
Definitely squad player. Anyone that comes in as a centre mid is really gonna have to prove themselves to break the Dickson-Murphs partnership.
agreed kb, that is a strong partnership... we have a great spine with schwarzer, hangeland and hughes, and murphy and etuhu... i need to learn how to pronounce this lad's name... or we need a good nickname...
Maybe, he should be nicknamed: Lady Di?
this lad could be a diamond!
Al Billy

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