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Fulham - Is Big Brother Coming to the Cottage?

You may well ask!

No not the TV programme but John Arne Riise.

The AS Roma defender who played against us recently, has expressed a desire to return to the Premier League

Of course his preferred destination is Anfield but could his younger brother, Bjorn Helga persuade him that life as a Cottage would suit him?

If so, how much would we be prepared to pay for him and would he be good for us?


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Writer: truth sayer ffc  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 2 2009

Time: 5:21PM

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i don't know about wages, but he could slot into the starting eleven immediately, if we look at his performance against us at the cottage. he's better than konch, and he'd be perfect for us...
woodysweats
He's 29, so age will become a factor in a few years, and as we are a fairly old squad anyway, I wouldn't break the bank. Still, I think he's a great player (yes, better than Konchesky) and I'd love to have him at Fulham.
Teddy_KGB
is he really only 29 - sign him now then!
Al Billy
29 STILL YOUNG AND WE DID MISS OUT ON HIM A FEW YEARS AGO COME ON ROY WORTH A LOOK
truth sayer ffc
His mum wouldn't allow him to join us.
FulhamJules
 

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